Media BiASS:


Nets Devote 3x More Time to Indiana Law Than Hillary E-Mail Server Wipe

 

From the morning of March 27 through the evening of March 30, the Big Three (ABC, CBS, NBC) networks spent only 10 minutes and 15 seconds to the admission by Clinton’s own attorney that her State Department e-mails were wiped from the server that had been subpoenaed by Congress, but they devoted a whopping 35 minutes to coverage of the Indiana religious freedom law.

CBS’s Scott Pelley Whines About Length of Indiana Law Compared to Bill of Rights

 

In a commentary masquerading as a news brief, CBS Evening News anchor Scott Pelley took multiple shots at Indiana and its Religious Freedom Restoration Act (RFRA) on Tuesday by complaining about the bill’s length and indirectly using the First Amendment to support opponents of the law: “We may have found the reason for all this confusion.” He complained it contains “eleven paragraphs, 62 lines, and 832 words” and then thumbed his nose at lawmakers by saying that “James Madison did more in 16 words” in writing the First Amendment.

Heritage’s Ryan Anderson Spars with Ed Schultz on Indiana’s RFRA; Gets Mic Cut, Told He Needs Counseling

 

After appearing on Monday’s All In on MSNBC, the Heritage Foundation’s Ryan Anderson again ventured into hostile territory by joining the Tuesday edition of The Ed Show to discuss Indiana’s Religious Freedom Restoration Act (RFRA). At various points during the nearly eight-and-a-half-minute segment, Ed Schultz cut Anderson’s microphone, accused him of not wanting to “have a civil conversation,” and declared those who share Anderson’s position on the Indiana law “need to be counseled up in a big way.”

ABC, CBS Fail to Cover Benghazi Committee’s Request for Meeting with Hillary Clinton Over E-Mails

 

On Tuesday night, ABC and CBS declined to cover the latest in the Hillary Clinton e-mail scandal as the House Select Committee on Benghazi requested a private meeting with the former Secretary of State while a separate deadline concerning her e-mail server approaches. Days after the committee requested Clinton turn her private e-mail server over to an independent party for review, the panel looking into the deadly 2012 terrorist attack in Libya wants Clinton to sit for a private interview in addition to a public hearing by May 1 at the latest.

NBC’s Guthrie Urges Elizabeth Warren to Run in 2016; Asks if Hillary is Liberal Enough

 

In a fawning softball interview with Democratic Senator Elizabeth Warren on Tuesday’s NBC Today, co-host Savannah Guthrie spent the entire segment asking if the left-wing heroine was going to run for president, even to the point of suggesting Hillary Clinton wasn’t liberal enough.

NBC’s Andrea Mitchell Gushes John Kerry ‘Doesn’t Give Up Easily’; Touts Pizza Named After Him

 

On Tuesday, NBC’s chief foreign affairs correspondent Andrea Mitchell took time out of her NBC Nightly News report from Switzerland on the Iranian nuclear talks to hail Secretary of State John Kerry as someone who “doesn’t give up easily” and gush that a local pizzeria in the town where the talks are being held has decided to name “a pizza after him.”

Love Letter: CBS Reminisces Over ‘New England Superstar’ Ted Kennedy

 

CBS’s love for the Kennedy family continued on Monday night. Evening News journalists hyped the opening of a new institute in Massachusetts that is named after Ted Kennedy. Anchor Scott Pelley swooned, “Another New England superstar was honored today. Politics was his game and we’ll have his story next.”

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