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Smears By The Press

Nobody is safe from the media. That’s what they want you to believe, but in such a way that no one clearly states it, that nobody clearly admits it, so that they always retain plausible deniability. -"Dystopic"

The New York Times on Friday walked back a story slamming UN Ambassador Nikki Haley — issuing a lengthy editor’s note confessing that they unfairly blamed her for blowing big bucks on curtains for her East Side pad when in fact the curtains were ordered during the Obama era.

The paper originally reported that the State Department spent $52,700 on “customized and mechanized” curtains for an apartment across from the UN on the East Side of Manhattan where Haley lives.

A spokesperson for Haley had said plans to buy the curtains were made during the Obama administration, and the Grey Lady in the note admitted that they were mistaken for putting Haley under the spotlight. Go To Site

It's easy to spot a political hit job when you know what to look for. The telltale signs might include a steady trickle of negative information, an echo chamber focusing on the same story at the same time, or even a seemingly coordinated move from one "breaking" story to the next...

  The most effective smear includes a smattering of facts, spotty allegations, and doctored quotes that fit a predetermined narrative. The "breaking" story usually comes from the biggest sympathetic media outlet that won't ask too many questions.

  The hook doesn't have to prove anything; it just needs to be salacious enough to gain traction. The narrative carries with other reporters and media types politically interested in affirming it. - Cameron Smith Go To Site

The case is clear. Katie Couric, a person Yahoo employs to be the face of its news division, was caught in a grotesque deception. Then, when she was publicly exposed, rather than apologizing, she doubled down — defending the choice to cast innocent Americans as ignorant rubes rather than allowing them to speak for themselves. She has lost her credibility. -David French Go To Site

LA Times Smear of Black Candidate

Image and wording implies Elder assaulted woman

Sept 2021


Also LA Times: “Larry Elder is the Black face of white supremacy. You’ve been warned.”

Yesterday @larryelder was my guest. We were attacked by a group yelling racial slurs, a white woman in a gorilla mask threw eggs. Yet @latimes finds a deceiving pic of us about to hug to confuse the story- a HATE CRIME was committed against a black man running for Governor of CA

-Soledad Ursua

Liberal, Hate, Character, Press, Smears, Elitism, Stereotyping

Politico reporter Marc Caputo faced backlash on Twitter after he mocked President Donald Trump's supporters for heckling CNN White House correspondent Jim Acosta, calling the president's supporters "garbage" and saying they didn't have any teeth.

  In a now-deleted tweet, Caputo commented on the video, saying, "If you put everyone's mouths together in this video, you'd get a full set of teeth."

Hypocrisy, Liberal, Hate, Misogyny, Press, Smears, Sexism

On Friday afternoon, as Sarah Huckabee Sanders was stepping into her new role as White House Press Secretary from her deputy role, The Daily Beast‘s culture writer was busy firing off what many might see as a gratuitous bashing of Sanders’ appearance.

  He essentially called her a transvestite.

The New York Times

Insinuates Sarah Palin Responsible for Giffords Shooting

The left-leaning Washington Post awarded four "Pinocchios" to the lie that former Alaska Gov. incited schizophrenic Jared Loughner to shoot Democratic Rep. Gabby Giffords in 2011 - a long-debunked claim that the NYT used to attack Republicans...

Liberal, Hate, Character, Misogyny, Oops, Press, Smears

The New York Times on Monday reprimanded an unidentified reporter who had called Melania Trump “a hooker” at a New York Fashion Week event. “At a party last night, a Times reporter who does not cover Washington or politics, referred to an unfounded rumor regarding Melania Trump,” a Times rep said in a statement to Politico.

Liberal, Hate, Character, Misogyny, Oops, Press, Smears, Trump

The New York Times reporter that referred to First Lady Melania Trump as "a hooker" has apologized. "I want to take ownership of a mistake I made," New York Times features writer Jacob Bernstein said on Twitter. "Speaking at a party in what I thought was a personal conversation, I nevertheless made a stupid remark about the first lady."

Liberal, Racism, Oops, Press, Smears, Lie

Politico suggested in a headline Tuesday afternoon that Rep. Steve Scalise, R-La., had given a “white supremacy speech” in 2002 to a gathering that may have included members of the European-American Unity and Rights Organization, when in fact he had discussed only tax policy... The misleading headline was “merely an accident that was caught and corrected,” a Politico spokesperson told the Washington Examiner.

Liberal, Press, Smears, Gay, Bias

ABC News Vice President Jeffrey Schneider has apologized for a story on his network that connected a CEO who supports traditional marriage to the Westboro Baptist Church and their offensive “God hates fags” signs…

Liberal, Press, Smears, Lie

In some versions of a story March 12 about possible Republican presidential contenders talking about abortion, The Associated Press reported erroneously that they called abortion rights activists Satan worshippers. Sen. Ted Cruz, R-Texas, said abortion rights activists had chanted "Hail, Satan," referencing a rally last year in Austin, Texas.

MSNBC: Doctoring Video and Racial Incitement

Liberal, Hate, Character, Press, Smears, Bigotry

The image showed a group of young boys gathered in a circle with their hands raised at an unusual angle. The AP’s original caption on the photo said they were reciting the organization’s “creed” during a meeting in North Richland Hills, Texas. It took the AP several days to acknowledge their error. But by then, the unfortunate comparison to Nazi Germany had spread on the Internet faster than Hitler’s invasion of Poland. “New Trail Life scouting group excludes gay kids & they do a ‘Sieg Heil! Style salute,” tweeted Cathy Lynn Grossman of Religion News Service.

The photograph ran last Sunday in newspapers across the nation and generated hundreds of angry emails and some threatening telephone calls to Trail Life headquarters.

"Fat slobs with bad taste are a core Trump demographic."

Liberal, Hate, Incompetence, Character, Racism, Smears, Media, Stereotyping

MSNBC’s official Twitter account deleted a tweet last night that suggested conservatives wouldn’t like a new Cheerios commercial featuring an interracial family set to air during the Super Bowl. “Maybe the rightwing will hate it, but everyone else will go awww: the adorable new #Cheerios ad w/ biracial family,” read the tweet

Democrat, Liberal, Press, Smears

What was firing was a strobe positioned below him, which cast the horror movie shadows across his face and on the wall right behind him. “He had no idea he was being lit from below,” Greenberg says. And his handlers didn’t seem to notice it either. “I guess they’re not very sophisticated,” she adds

Study Shows Academics, Media Distort Results to Bash Conservatives

Editorial, Liberal, Hate, Character, Press, Smears, Religion, Ignorance, Arrogance

At, correspondent Ben Wedeman touted "what some Catholics want in next pope," and by "some Catholics" he meant those who thought Pope Benedict's papacy was too conservative or inward-looking. He arrogantly prescribed that if the next pontiff focuses on social justice and has a global outreach, "Then perhaps the Catholic Church can be a light unto all nations."

Liberal, Hate, Character, Fraud, Press, Smears, Lie

Back in 2004, Piers Morgan was axed as editor-in-chief of the Daily Mirror, a British tabloid, for publishing photos of British soldiers who appeared to be abusing an Iraqi prisoner. They turned out to be fake... Morgan also says he feels "vindicated" and that he has no regrets: "I feel like it was a moral duty ... Sometimes you have to make a stand as an editor."

Surely, finding Osama bin Laden; surely, passing civil rights legislation, as Lyndon Johnson was able to do; and before that, surely, defeating the Nazis, was a much more formidable task than taking on the gun lobby. -Bob Schieffer Go To Site

Liberal, Hate, Character, Racism, Press, Smears

Former top Newsweek journalist and current editor Richard Wolffe on Monday smeared Senator John McCain as a racist. According to Wolffe, there's no legitimate reason for the Republican to oppose Susan Rice's confirmation for Secretary of State. Appearing on Hardball, the journalist sneered that it was "outrageous" the way McCain was acting, raging against "this witch hunt going on the right about these people of color, let's face it, around this president. Eric Holder, Valerie Jarrett, now Susan Rice."

Liberal, Character, Press, Smears

Phil Griffin, the President of MSNBC, apologized Thursday for Chris Matthews calling the Koch brothers “pigs,” but Matthews has refused and MSNBC won’t require him to do so.

Election, Science, Narrative, Oops, Press, Smears, Feminism, Tolerance, Sexism, Diversity, Pc

The study, authored by researchers at the University of Texas at San Antonio, used an “Internet survey of 275 women who were not taking hormonal contraception and had regular menstrual cycles” to mine its data. The results showed that ovulating single women tend to support President Barack Obama because, in the words of lead researcher Kristina Durante, they feel “sexier.” ... “What an insulting question,” wrote one female commenter. “As if my ability to make decisions depends on my cycle!” “I think I am done with CNN,” agreed another woman…

Liberal, Character, Press, Smears, Bias

Two shocking photos coming off the wire of Benjamin Netanyahu addressing the United Nations moments ago. The first is from the Associated Press. The second is from Reuters. Of the hundreds of professional photos taken at this speech, the AP and Reuters decided to push these onto the wire.

Liberal, Hate, Character, Racism, Oops, Press, Smears, Jobs, Bias

"It hasn’t even been 24 hours after the primetime speech line up at the Republican National Convention last night, and you can already tell how successful and powerful of a night it really was by the complete and utter meltdown the mainstream media is experiencing today. ... Most shockingly, Yahoo! Washington Bureau Chief David Chalian got caught on an ABC webcast saying that Mitt Romney would be “happy to have a party when black people drown.”

Liberal, Character, Brilliance, Press, Jobs, Bias

David Chalian is getting back in the business. The veteran journalist has been named vice president of video programming at POLITICO to enhance video quality and content across new and existing platforms, including the POLITICO LIVE programs, according to an internal memo. Chalian had been the Washington bureau chief at Yahoo News but was fired two months ago after he was caught on an open mic at this year's Republican National Convention saying that convention officials were "happy to have a party with black people drowning."

Sarah Palin on Thursday blasted The Associated Press as “absolute jerks” and “biased” for choosing to run an unflattering photo of Mitt Romney this week. Fox News’s Megyn Kelly asked Palin about the Romney photo in light of the former vice presidential nominee’s own experience with a picture in 2008 — an AP image of a photo of her legs with young male supporters looking up at her. Go To Site

Liberal, Character, Misogyny, Press, Smears, Sexism

As Twitchy reported on Friday, the Chick-fil-A “boycott” has been a total fail. Sarah and Todd Palin joined in this non-boycott of Chick-fil-A and united with the Twittersphere in posting pictures of a Chick-fil-A visit. CNN, it seems, took this as an opportunity to bash Sarah Palin, playing Pink’s “Stupid Girls” as the bumper music for its Palin story.

Liberal, Hate, Press, Smears, Demagoguery, Socialism, Healthcare

The real savings must be measured by people who don’t die and people who don’t get sick. Human beings. To quote that eminent expert on mass deaths, Josef Stalin, “When one man dies it is a tragedy, when thousands die it’s statistics.” When politicians come before you this fall denouncing “Obamacare,” when Republican-dominated state legislatures — including Missouri’s — begin opting out of expanding Medicaid, this is what to ask: So you’re OK with people suffering needlessly? And you’re OK with killing 17,000 people a year? Because if you are, admit it. Don’t hide behind “we can’t afford it.” Sure, that’s a viable position. Darwinian, but viable. “Decrease the surplus population” is Scrooge-like, but viable.

Liberal, Hate, Character, Racism, Press, Media, Stereotyping, Ignorance

WALSH: On the other hand, I think President Obama is probably going to be kind of lucky on this one. The ruling helps him politically, but also his opponents are such incredible disarray. The House Republicans want to repeal it, they want to run on this, they want to appeal to that base, and let’s say it – it’s a white, older base that doesn’t quite understand the way healthcare works, but they’re worried that some people are going to get something for nothing.

Liberal, Hate, Character, Degeneracy, Oops, Press, Smears, Jobs

Williams was suspended late Thursday after he suggested that GOP presidential nominee Mitt Romney is only comfortable around “white folks,” and unearthed a series of controversial remarks Williams made about Romney on Twitter, including one ill-advised “joke” about the former Massachusetts governor’s sexual organ.

Liberal, Funny, Brilliance, Narrative, Video, Media, Bias

Video: Media Distort Results to Bash Conservatives

There is always something they can use against you.

In such an environment, many folks do indeed hide their beliefs. They fear that they might be the target of a political witch hunt, that anything they say will be taken out of context by the hostile media establishment and used to destroy them.

Liberal, Hate, Character, Smears, Media

Schultz was also angry with CNBC host Larry Kudlow, who criticized him for hosting a segment on Wall Street with Ralph Nader and Barney Frank and no conservatives: "And by the way, what middle classer do you represent? You're a Wall Street pig and have been for a long time."

Chris Matthews, on Monday's Hardball, attacked Newt Gingrich with the same old liberal line about the GOP using racial code words, from Mitt Romney talking about welfare reform to Gingrich calling Barack Obama the "food stamp president." However, the former Speaker of the House wasn't having any of it, as he hit back: "Why do you assume food stamp refers to black? What kind of racist thinking do you have? Wait a second! Why aren’t you being a racist because you assume it refers to black?" Go To Site

Liberal, Hate, Character, Smears, Media

"Sometimes I think they want Obama to get shot. I do. I really think that there are conservative broadcasters in this country who would love to see Obama taken out."

Liberal, Hate, Racism, Narrative, Smears, Media

ED SCHULTZ: You mean to tell me that [Trump’s] questioning the academic prowess of one of the smartest presidents we’ve ever had? Mr. Trump, when you start getting your advice from all of the special, special Republican advisers that we’ve seen step to the plate in the past instead of Jerome Corsi. Dude, you could do better than that. This is what the Republican Party stands for, though: racism. I think Donald Trump is a racist.

Liberal, Hate, Smears, Media

On Thursday's The Ed Show, MSNBC host Ed Schultz excoriated Senator Marco Rubio and other "damn Republicans" because Rubio recently attacked Schultz and fellow MSNBC host Rachel Maddow for comments they made about the Florida Republican. Schultz suggested the Rubio's father might be "ashamed" of him for not accepting the MSNBC host's invitation to come on his show and debate him, claimed that he was "not a true American" for his refusal to debate, and charged that "You're a Tea Partier, and you don't give a damn about" Americans. Schultz ended up calling Rubio a "damn political phony" and labeled him as "the problem" as he declared that he wishes he could get Rubio defeated...

Liberal, Incompetence, Oops, Press, Smears, Religion

On an April 3 segment, O’Donnell characterized the Church of Latter Day Saints as an “invented religion” and said that Mormonism was started by “a guy in upstate New York” who “got caught having sex with the maid and explained to his wife that God told him to do it.” That understandably offended some, and O’Donnell was forced to publically apologize on an April 11 broadcast. “I am truly sorry if I said something inaccurate about Joseph Smith,” O’Donnell said. “I am happy to provide time on this show to a Church of Latter Day Saints spokesman to correct any inaccuracy.”

Liberal, Hate, Character, Racism, Press, Smears

On his MSNBC show today, Bashir suggested that conservatives, racists that they are, were happy to have slaves help build the White House, but can't accept a black president living there.

Election, Union, Press

John-david Morgan, a lobbyist and spokesman for the Service Employees International Union (SEIU) Local 1, was caught on tape bragging about how his union works with local news outlets to push stories that make Republican Gubernatorial candidate Scott Walker look bad.

Morgan had no idea that the person he was talking to outside a Milwaukee bar was a Walker campaign aide with an iPhone voice recorder app.

"Actions speak louder than words. The reality is that at least 10 journalists have been killed by the US military, and according to reports I believe to be true journalists have been arrested and tortured by US forces," Mr Jordan told an audience of news executives at the News Xchange conference in Portugal. Go To Site

Liberal, Incompetence, Oops, Press, Smears, Lie

Reuters is still kicking itself over an article about Republican golden boy Senator Marco Rubio that yielded five corrections yesterday and may have warranted more. One senior staffer at Reuters described the episode to me as a "fiasco," another as a "disgrace." It was so bad, in fact, that the editors and writer involved have been asked not to talk about it.

Reuters is out with a tough story on Sen. Marco Rubio today, arguing that, the senator “has had significant financial problems that could keep him from passing any vetting process as a potential vice presidential choice…” Unfortunately, it appears many of the facts are either wrong or exaggerated.

Liberal, Hate, Racism, Press, Smears

"It's perplexing that the LA Times never apologized for this cartoon"... It shows a profound racial animus on the part of Jeff Danziger, and his employers at the LATimes, to choose to parody Ms. Rice with such a deliberately racially-edged image.

Liberal, Press, Smears

MSNBC daytime anchor Thomas Roberts says Mitt Romney's "Keep America American" slogan plays homage to the Ku Klux Klan. The patriotic slogan, which is used in this ad, was apparently used by the KKK in the early 1900s.

Liberal, Character, Oops, Press, Lie

Don’t just repeat it. Report it.

That’s the lesson this week for MSNBC and for The Washington Post, both of which apologized for repeating a liberal blog’s claim that Mitt Romney had uttered a phrase on the campaign stump that was used in the past by the Ku Klux Klan. It appears that Mr. Romney did not in fact say the words “keep America American,” as AMERICAblog reported on Tuesday.

Liberal, Racism, Press, Smears

Ed Schultz used a deceptive edit to misinform his audience about the content of Gov. Rick Perry's speech in Iowa yesterday. Schultz claimed that Gov. Perry was calling President Obama a "black cloud hanging over America" when in fact, the governor was talking about the national debt.

Remember the media trotting out to the middle of nowhere to find a pizza shop that didn't want to cater gay weddings.

The implication is that anyone could be a target. Being a small business owner in the middle of nowhere doesn't make you safe.

MSNBC daytime anchor Thomas Roberts says Mitt Romney's "Keep America American" slogan plays homage to the Ku Klux Klan. The patriotic slogan, which is used in this ad, was apparently used by the KKK in the early 1900s. Go To Site

Liberal, Narrative, Press, Smears

Then the details of the story started to dribble out. Andrew Rosenthal of The New York Times hadn't even been present at the grocers' convention. He based his article on a two-paragraph report filed by the lone pool newspaperman allowed to cover the event, Gregg McDonald of the Houston Chronicle, who merely wrote that Bush had a "look of wonder" on his face and didn't find the event significant enough to mention in his own story. Moreover, Bush had good reason to express wonder: He wasn't being shown then-standard scanner technology, but a new type of scanner that could weigh groceries and read mangled and torn bar codes.

Liberal, Racism, Press, Smears

WASHINGTON -- Former CBS News anchor Dan Rather is getting some heat over the use of the word "watermelon" while discussing President Obama.

Liberal, Press, Smears, AntiAmerican

"Actions speak louder than words. The reality is that at least 10 journalists have been killed by the US military, and according to reports I believe to be true journalists have been arrested and tortured by US forces," Mr Jordan told an audience of news executives at the News Xchange conference in Portugal.

Press, Smears, AntiAmerican

Although the Jan. 27 Davos session was closed to the public, a consensus holds that Jordan claimed knowledge of 12 journalists who had been targeted and killed by U.S. forces.

Liberal, Oops, Press, Smears

MADDOW: Yes, this has happened to a smaller degree before. In 1994, in the first mid-term election after the last Democratic president was elected, we got a slate of candidates that included Helen Chenoweth of Idaho and Steve Stockman of Texas. These two were so close to the militia movement in this country that Mr. Stockman actually received advance notice that the Oklahoma City bombing was going to happen.

Press, Smears

During MSNBC's live coverage immediately following Saturday's attempted assassination of Rep. Gabrielle Giffords (D-Ariz.), correspondent Luke Russert theorized that the shooting was probably a violent reaction to the passage of ObamaCare, for which Giffords cast an affirmative vote.

On December 14, 2011, Hardball host Chris Matthews delivered the mea culpa for the network. “During the 11AM hour on MSNBC,” Matthews said, “we reported on a blog item that compared a phrase used by the Romney campaign to one used by the KKK in the 1920s. It was irresponsible and incendiary of us to do this and showed an appalling lack of judgment. We apologize to the Romney campaign.” Go To Site

Liberal, Oops, Press, Smears

Don’t worry, though, because the New York Times’ public editor (their term for ombudsman) “shares the view to an extent” (emphasis mine) that the Times and the media rushed to put the Tucson shootings in a political context.

Hate, Press, Smears

Steve Lovelady, managing editor of the Columbia Journalism Review wrote: "The salivating morons who make up the lynch mob prevail."

Liberal, Press, Smears

That's right, what the Palin-hating AP and others fail to report is that the "hair stylist" is Bristol Palin.

Liberal, Character, Press, Smears

Notice anything peculiar about her eyes? No, Condi isn’t possessed; the photo was manipulated.

The Washington Post: Finally Debunking Themselves...

  "Earlier versions of this story and its headline inaccurately characterized comments by Sen. Tom Cotton (R-Ark.) regarding the origins of the coronavirus. The term 'debunked' and The Post’s use of ‘conspiracy theory’ have been removed because, then as now, there was no determination about the origins of the virus.