There has been lots of lies from Donald Trump and his supporters since the January 6th insurrection. Many of these lies are focused on Ashli Babbitt, a QAnon supporter who was attempting the break into the Speaker’s Lobby.
A poll released a day ahead of President-elect Joe Biden’s inauguration finds that the majority of Americans are worried and pessimistic about the future, a further indication of the general malaise that has dogged American politics.
Since last night’s announcement that Donald Trump had tested positive for COVID-19, things have changed dramatically. On Friday evening, the president was helicoptered to Walter Reed Medical Center for treatment. The White House says that he will be there for multiple days.
Not too long ago, Megyn Kelly was sitting on top of the world. She had parlayed her massive ratings at the Fox News Network into a $69 million dollar deal with NBC News.
The network gave Kelly 3 different roles, with her talk show being an abject disaster. In January of 2019, the journalist was let go by NBC in disgrace after commenting on the appropriateness of costumes featuring black-face.
When Josh Jacobs was drafted by the Oakland Raiders in the first round of the 2019 NFL draft, he received a signing bonus of $6.7 million. The story of the star running back from the University of Alabama quickly circulated, featured in the headlines in major media outlets such as USA Today, NBC News, ESPN, and more.
Attorney General William Barr claimed that the Obama administration and the FBI were spying on Trump and were more of a threat than Russia.
“In addition, President Donald J. Trump has directed the Department of Justice (including the FBI) to publicly release all text messages relating to the Russia investigation, without redaction, of James Comey, Andrew McCabe, Peter Strzok, Lisa Page, and Bruce Ohr,” the White House statement reads.
When NBC and MSNBC's Kristen Welker asked Trump if his criticism of Theresa May was giving Putin the upper hand, Trump responded by attacking NBC for "dishonest reporting."
Trump seized on a corrected error by NBC News to an attack on the network that was full of false statements and more presidential fake news.
Before Trump and his allies jump on NBC News for correcting their report about Michael Cohen being wiretapped, ask yourself when has Donald Trump ever corrected any of his intentionally false statements? (Hint: The answer is he never has).
Groupthink, a term coined by social psychologist Irving Janis in 1972, occurs when a group makes faulty decisions leading to a “deterioration of mental efficiency, reality testing, and moral judgement.”
Rachel Maddow showed why she is the best by asking Ronan Farrow why her own network, NBC, backed off of and didn't publish his explosive Harvey Weinstein story.
President Trump has claimed multiple times that the NBC News story about Rex Tillerson calling him a moron is fake. NBC and MSNBC have responded by basically telling the president to shove it.
NBC News refused to report on a retweet from Donald Trump of a Drudge story because it contains unconfirmed information.
As the GOP-controlled government continues to wage war on middle-class Americans, this number will likely get worse.
"So there's your Trump presidency in a nutshell. Thin-skinned rants. Feuding aides. Conspiracy theories. And all a distraction from the bigger issues out there."
This is what America has gotten itself into. It is being reported that President-elect Trump raged at NBC News because they showed photographs of his multiple chins during their campaign coverage.
Donald Trump bragged that the "shackles are off," but with donors wanting their money back, so is his cash flow
The CNN poll "assumes an electorate we've never seen before," Chuck Todd said.