Now that Joe Biden is president and things are going reasonably well, Fox News has decided to stop talking about political issues. Instead, the network is very focused on Critical Race Theory, an advanced class typically taught at law schools.
Rudy Giuliani spent the last year humiliating himself. First, there was an embarrassing cameo in the latest Borat film. Then the unhinged election press conferences, one in front of a Pennsylvania sex shop. The year culminated with the FBI raiding his Manhattan apartment.
Like other presidents before him, Donald Trump rewarded supporters with roles in his administration. But the 45th president took it to an extreme. Trump’s cabinet was filled with people completely unqualified for their roles.
Since the January 6th insurrection, Fox News has fallen deeper into the gutter. On any given day, viewers can hear from disgraced former Trump aide Stephen Miller or alt-right talking head Tomi Lahren.
In the last week, red states have begun to lift their COVID restrictions. Not only have states like Texas and Mississippi told business they can open at 100%, they have also removed all requirements to wear face masks.
It’s been said that the people who voted for Donald Trump did so for a variety of reasons. Some did so because they felt neither party was addressing their needs. Others did so because of “economic anxiety.”
Republicans have been split over Donald Trump’s election fight. While there are many in the GOP who are urging the president to keep fighting, there are also others who would like to see him accept reality.
It’s been a pretty wild year for Brad Parscale. He originally came onto the political scene by taking care of Donald Trump’s digital campaign in 2016. He impressed the president so much that he was made the 2020 campaign manager.
Fox News host Martha MacCallum fact-checked presidential counselor Kellyanne Conway during a live broadcast after Conway accused New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio (D) of “lying to America” when he said he’s “been on top of” the coronavirus response from the start.
Mothers of the Movement are "not only are they not showing respect for law enforcement, they're not showing respect for our system of justice"
The latest "blame Obama" crusade is reaction to the President's request for funding to train and outfit racist cops with body cameras.