Long considered by many on the right side of the aisle as essentially nothing more than the Ministry of Propaganda for the Democratic Party, the same conservatives may have to re-think their take on some of the personalities in establishment media. As the reporters of The Washington Free Beacon (WFB) have penned in a number of different articles, a slew of talking heads at the MSNBC, CNN and NBC News networks are saying things about Democratic front runner Hillary Clinton that very possibly could be mistaken for Republican Party talking points.
What food is described as a perennial favorite that transcends all ages, regions, and ethnicities? That’s right, the All-American comfort food that is fried chicken. And as reported by the New York Daily News on Oct. 28, 2014, the deletion of the delicious deep-fried fine feathered friends from the daily caloric intake of MSNBC’s Al Sharpton is one of the prime reasons he’s dropped a staggering 175 pounds. But in an article within an article, the right-of-center The Daily Caller news portal called out the Daily News on the very same day for what they perceive as an overt case of hyper-sensitivity and political correctness run amok.
Longtime contributor to the left-of-center MSBNC network Michael Eric Dyson left little to the imagination as he hammered the syndicated reality show “Duck Dynasty” of being part of the “majority white supremacist culture,” as reported by the right-of-center news portal Breitbart.com on Dec. 27, 2013.
Georgetown University professor of sociology and regular of the “Lean Forward” network, Dyson slammed the wildly popular Duck Dynasty program as well as star Phil Robertson as essentially tools of the greater white culture in fomenting hatred against those different from themselves.
In what the Obama Administration might describe as a glitch, both MSNBC and CNN haven’t just slipped in the ratings against their common competitor Fox News, both news networks are being crushed, as reported in two different articles, both published by Breitbart.com on Nov. 29, 2013.
With the November ratings out, MSNBC has found that they’ve lost 45 percent of their audience as compared to this same month last year.