Media BiASSed:

1. Nets Barely Notice Venezuela’s Vote for Dictatorship


Venezuela’s president held a sham election on July 30 that created an assembly out of his own supporters, to bypass that country’s elected representatives and rewrite the constitution. But, inexcusably, the broadcast networks seem to be going out of their way to avoid reporting on this glaring example of how socialism inevitably turns out, if it’s allowed to continue unchecked.

2. CNN’s Stelter Offers No Pushback as Brinkley Loses Mind, Links Trump to Franco and Mussolini


On Sunday’s Reliable Sources, CNN host Brian Stelter offered zero pushback on CNN presidential historian Douglas Brinkley’s latest unhinged tirade in which he compared President Trump to 20th century dictators Francisco Franco of Spain and Benito Mussolini of Italy.

3. CNN’s Fareed Zakaria: Trump Won Because of Bigots


The left’s inability to accept Hillary Clinton’s defeat has led them to fabricate the story that much of America is dumb, racist, homophobic, and sexist. As Fareed Zakaria of CNN put it: “A real sense of cultural alienation that the older white, non-college educated Americans have the sense that their country is changing because of immigrants. Because maybe blacks are getting — rising up to a kind of central place in society. Because of, you know, gays being afforded equal rights. Because of, frankly, a lot of working women.”

4. NBC & ABC Demand HHS Sec Protect ObamaCare From Trump’s ‘Sabotage’


On Sunday, both NBC’s Meet the Press and ABC’s This Week were so desperate to protect ObamaCare that the hosts interrogated Health and Human Services Secretary Tom Price and demanded that he accept the failing law. At the top of Meet the Press, moderator Chuck Todd warned: “…the President threatens to sabotage ObamaCare….Will President Trump try to push ObamaCare over the edge?”

5. Brian Williams Cheers McCain’s ‘Moral Courage’ to Preserve ObamaCare


Late night MSNBC anchor Brian Williams on Friday cheered the “moral courage” of John McCain and two other Republicans to derail ObamaCare repeal efforts. The journalist also hoped for GOP “heroes” in the mode of Republicans who stood up during Watergate. Narrating McCain’s vote against repeal, Williams touted, “In the well of the Senate, it came down to one very dramatic moment… Much was made of that moment, a moment of moral courage, a man staring down his own mortality yet again.”

6. Liberal Late Night Yearns for Obama: ‘Could Go a Week’ Without Mockery


The writers from liberal late night shows pine for the days of Barack Obama when they could go a whole week without making fun of the president. According to an article in Variety, “the general consensus” among writers who appeared at a panel in Beverly Hills is “I don’t want this job.” Writer for The Daily Show Hallie Haglund complained, “To try to find a new way to go after that can be really boring.”


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