June 28, 2022

New York Post Endorses Rep. Lee Zeldin for Governor

The New York Post’s editorial board has endorsed Rep. Lee Zeldin (R-NY) for New York governor less than two weeks from the state’s gubernatorial primary. Zeldin is the “best choice” to win and govern in the face of a Democrat-controlled legislature, the Post said. The Post wrote: The state has, for the first time in a…

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Bye, Felicia: Washington Post Fires Reporter Felicia Sonmez After Week of Infighting

The Washington Post fired its political reporter Felicia Sonmez on Thursday after she publicly criticized the paper and her colleagues for nearly one week straight. Sonmez started internal drama at the company when she called out fellow reporter Dave Weigel on Twitter for retweeting an alleged sexist tweet last week. Weigel retweeted a tweet that joked, “Every…

Ilhan Omar: ‘Snowflakes’ Offended by Post Mocking Airplane Christians

Rep. Ilhan Omar (D-MN) said that only “snowflakes” were offended by her post criticizing Christians publicly worshipping mid-flight aboard an airplane. The squad member stepped into a heap of trouble over the weekend in response to a viral video that featured Christians singing worship music while in flight. According to Omar, had the worshippers been…

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Washington Post: Clarence Thomas Rulings Reflect ‘Thinking of White Conservatives’

The far-left Washington Post has been charged with racism for alleging that Clarence Thomas, the second black justice to serve on the Supreme Court, issues rulings that reflect the “thinking of white conservatives.” In an article about Rep. Jim Clyburn’s (D-SC) influence over President Joe Biden for his next Supreme Court pick, the Washington Post issued an…

FBI Urges Athletes to Avoid Using Personal Phones at Beijing Winter Olympics

The FBI has urged U.S. athletes to not use personal phones at the 2022 Beijing Winter Olympics, which will begin on Feb. 4, citing the risk of “malicious cyber activities.” “The FBI urges all athletes to keep their personal cell phones at home and use a temporary phone while at the Games,” the FBI said…

Small Craft Breweries Scramble to Adapt to Aluminum Can Shortages

“In heaven there is no beer. That’s why we drink it here,” goes the old pub song, but an aluminum beverage container shortage could threaten to close the spigots on smaller craft beer breweries in 2022. Described as a worsening can shortage—or “candemic”—many microbrewery owners have been struggling to adapt either by stocking up on…

Henry III Gold Coin Found by Amateur Metal Detectorist Sells at Auction for $875,000

A rare 13th century King Henry III gold penny, found on farmland by an amateur metal detectorist, has sold at auction in London, England, for over three-quarters of a million dollars. Not only will it go down in history as Britain’s “most valuable single coin find,” but it is also the “most expensive English medieval…

Do You Hear What I Hear?

If your hearing is faltering, take steps before your cognitive abilities suffer for itThe phone started ringing at about 2 a.m. I think I picked it up with the second ring. It was the hospital, and I was needed. Not an emergency, but urgently. I got up, grabbed socks, scrubs, and my lucky “surgery shoes”…

FACT CHECK: Did Justin Trudeau Call On Canadians To ‘Make Life Difficult’ For Unvaccinated Citizens In A Facebook Post?

An image shared on Facebook purportedly shows a Facebook post from Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau in which he asks the public to “make life difficult” for unvaccinated citizens. Verdict: False There is no record of Trudeau making this statement. A spokesperson for his office denied the alleged post was shared by the prime minister.…

New York Post: Time to Appoint a Special Counsel on Hunter Biden

The time has come to fully and publicly investigate Hunter Biden’s financial activities, the editorial board of the New York Post posited Tuesday, adding the U.S. attorney in Delaware began the process back in 2018 before quietly letting the issue fade from view. The Post acknowledged the challenges confronting any Justice Department seeking to investigate the…

Washington Post reporter compares COVID-19 deaths to murder victims, mocks calls to ‘move on’

Media top headlines February 1 In media news today, Whoopi Goldberg issues an apology for her comments on the Holocaust, an ‘Atlantic’ writer says Putin could have been emboldened by Biden’s ‘failure’ in Afghanistan, and a CBS host says Joe Rogan doesn’t have a ‘First Amendment right’ to be on Spotify. Washington Post reporter Philip […]

FACT CHECK: Did The New York Post Share A Satellite Image Of Russian Troops In A ‘Let’s Go Brandon’ Formation?

An image shared on Facebook purportedly shows a tweet from the New York Post that includes a satellite image of Russian troops in a “Let’s Go Brandon” formation.Verdict: False The image has been photoshopped to include the “Let’s Go Brandon” message. The original tweet from the New York Post features a different image. Fact Check:…

Jana Kramer reveals she was baptized with emotional Instagram Post

Jana Kramer celebrated her faith with her followers on Sunday by revealing that she was recently baptized in a large ceremony at a Tennessee church. The country singer, 38, shared the news with a pair of Instagram posts that showed her getting very emotional as she waded into the shallow water of a small pool […]

Jerusalem Post hacked on anniversary of Soleimani drone strike

The Jerusalem Post said Monday that its website and Twitter account were targeted by “pro-Iranian hackers” who posted an ominous image of a model of the Israeli Dimona nuclear facility under a ballistic missile attack. “We are close to you where you do not think about it,” the text in the image read. The paper […]

FACT CHECK: Viral Post Makes Inaccurate Claim About The 2020-2021 Flu Season And COVID-19

An image shared on Facebook claims flu cases being labeled as COVID-19 cases was the reason for low flu activity during the 2020-2021 flu season. Verdict: False Though flu activity was very low during the 2020-2021 flu season, it was not because flu cases were being miscounted as COVID-19. The Centers for Disease Control and…

Washington Post columnist blames Russia’s aggression towards Ukraine on Trump

Washington Post columnist David Ignatius blamed Russia’s ongoing aggression towards Ukraine on former President Trump, who has been out of office for nearly a year.  Tensions have escalated in recent months between the two countries with the Kremlin overwhelming the Ukrainian border with military force with growing concerns that Russia will invade its neighbor in […]

Washington Post: 80,000 Afghans Want U.S. Green Cards, Citizenship

More than 80,000 Afghans want visas to come to the United States, according to an August 16 report in the Washington Post. Columnist Josh Rogin reported: The State Department is also dealing with more than 80,000 visa applications for Afghans who worked with the U.S. government or find themselves at risk, the official said. The…

FACT CHECK: Did The New York Post Call Anthony Fauci ‘The Man Who Gave Us AIDS’?

An image shared on Facebook purportedly shows the cover of the New York Post from 1987 featuring an image of White House coronavirus adviser Dr. Anthony Fauci. Facebook/Screenshot Verdict: False The image has been altered to include Fauci. The actual front page included a photo of a couple who were the subject of another story…

Vogue Model Tells People Not to Post Against Antisemitism; Hurts Palestinian ‘Struggle’

Vogue cover model Paloma Elsesser posted a statement on Saturday that urged people not to post against antisemitism, since it might hurt the Palestinian cause. The post also asserted, misleadingly, that Palestinian leaders are opposed to antisemitism. The UK Daily Mail reported: The plus-sized model, who appeared on the cover of Vogue magazine in January, made the comments…

FACT CHECK: Viral Post Claims Only 9% of The American Rescue Plan ‘Goes To The American People’

A viral Facebook post shared over 1,000 times claims only 9 percent of the American Rescue Plan “goes to the American people.” Verdict: False One expert put the percentage of the House’s version of the $1.9 trillion package that goes to Americans at 45 percent, and another said it was about 47 percent. The 9-percent…

Washington Post: Denying Election Results Is like Denying Holocaust

In a Washington Post editorial published Wednesday, authors Deborah E. Lipstadt and Norman Eisen argue for the radical comparison of challenging recent election results with denying that a Nazi Holocaust, the “best-documented genocide in the world,” ever occurred.  The essay, titled “Denying the Holocaust threatens democracy. So does denying the election results,” makes several comparisons…

GOP Sen. Kennedy: Hunter Biden Revelations Raise Issue of Why Media and Tech Clamped Down on N.Y. Post Reporting

On Wednesday’s broadcast of the Fox News Channel’s “The Story,” Sen. John Kennedy (R-LA) stated that the revelation that Hunter Biden’s taxes are under investigation will bring back the issue “of how and why many major news organizations and social media platforms tried to tap down the New York Post story about the laptop and the things…

REPORT: Joe Biden Is Considering Pete Buttigieg For China Ambassador Post

President-elect Joe Biden is reportedly considering his former competitor Pete Buttigieg ambassador to in China after ruling him out as his ambassador to the United Nations, Axios reported. China isn’t the only foreign post that Buttigieg could be selected for, and the former Democratic Mayor of South Bend, Indiana, has communicated his interest in foreign…

Washington Post Tweets After Trump Coronavirus News: ‘Imagine What It Will Be Like to Never Have to Think About Trump Again’; UPDATE: Deleted

The Washington Post tweeted early Friday morning after President Donald Trump and First Lady Melania Trump were diagnosed with coronavirus: “Opinion: Imagine what it will be like to never have to think about Trump again.” The ill-timed tweet was sent at 1:33 a.m. EDT, 39 minutes after President Trump tweeted news of the diagnosis. Tonight, @FLOTUS…

College Professor Reportedly Resigns Over Social Media Post Labeling Biden Supporters ‘Anti-Christian’

A professor at a private Virginia college who reportedly labeled President-elect Joe Biden’s voters as “anti-American” and “anti-Christian” resigned Monday. Paul Ewell, who had already resigned from his post as dean of Virginia Wesleyan University’s Global Campus, vacated his position as a professor of management, business and economics at the university, NBC reported. (RELATED: Jerry…

Even The Washington Post Admits ‘Trump Wins Big At Tuesday’s Primaries’

The dust has settled after primaries in four states on Tuesday; Minnesota, Wisconsin, Vermont and Connecticut – setting up competitive races for Senate, House and gubernatorial seats this November. And according to the Washington Post, Trump was a “big winner” last night. At least in Republican primary politics, Tuesday once again proved he’s the king. […]

Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez Gets Epic FACT CHECK From The Washington Post.

Self-described “Democratic socialist” Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez has been making the rounds on liberal media ever since her surprising win over top Democratic incumbent Joseph Crowley in New York’s 14th congressional district. Her statements have been repeatedly fact checked by right-leaning news outlets, but now the left-leaning Washington Post is following Politifact to debunk many of her […]

No, silly Democrats, Trump did not ‘commit treason,’ says . . . the Washington Post?

I’ll say this for the Washington Post. They’re a stunningly dishonest newspaper, but they’re more self-aware than, say, the New York Times in the sense that they know when joining in on the fever pitch of the day will make them look and sound like morons. Few things (although not no things) are more moronic […]

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