Nov 102016
 
  • Wednesday’s numbers: Bill O’Reilly-Megyn Kelly-Sean Hannity 1-2-3.
  • Concha: As leaders confer, self-promoting pundits divide and conquer.
  • Zurawik rips CNN: All I wanted to do was turn off the channel in disgust.
  • Guthrie: Inside Fox’s $30M studio on an ‘unreal, surreal‘ election night.
  • Battaglio: What a Trump administration means for FNC and cable news.
  • Griswold: CNN airs agitator’s call for murder.  Today’s Wemple O’Whine.
  • CNN just figured out websites are reposting their clips.  Tweet of the day.
  • Here’s why the election’s end means very bad news for CNN and MSNBC.
  • Videos: Election coverage reviews by
  • Larry Kelly

    Tweet of the day: confused… Stelter and Jones — who is the guard and who is the prisoner at the interment camp.

    • Nixon – niihpikiiookani

      Internment camps? The Left has officially lost their minds.

      • Larry Kelly
        • Nixon – niihpikiiookani

          I hope that every damn one of these a-holes is charged with threatening the President-Elect.

      • Larry Kelly

        Worth voting for Trump just for this: ” “first 100 days” priorities. Among those of particular potential impact on national security are a proposed “Restoring National Security Act” that “rebuilds our military by eliminating the defense sequester and expanding military investment; provides Veterans with the ability to receive public VA treatment or attend the private doctor of their choice.”

  • Larry Kelly

    Per square foot Trump seems to have taken over 90% of the country.

  • Larry Kelly

    Final pre-election polls showed Clinton with leads of between 2 and 6 points, boosting the Democrat to a 3.3-point national lead in the RealClearPolitics average. That was clear, just not real.

  • Larry Kelly

    Is Ed Schultz still working for Putin? Did he cheer on Trump? The blue collar people he championed seemed to.

    • sky303

      He still works for RT. That’s all I Know

  • Larry Kelly
    • homemaker

      Excellent article but even as he hopes for introspection he understands there will be change by the most media in their behavior.

    • Cecelia

      Wow.

  • It was Wednesday on The O’Reilly Factor, which ordinarily means Miller Time, but not last night. I was looking forward to hearing Dennis’s POV.

    • He’s on tonight in his usual block: E.

  • I started following Prof. Jonathan Turley, the man known at Olbermann Watch as the Perfesser, on Twitter.

    • Cecelia

      I do too, Mike.

      • I’ll have to check it out.

  • sky303
    • Larry Kelly

      And FOR THE RECORD, that’s not the name of it.

  • Cecelia
    • Larry Kelly

      Well, as they tried to explain on NPR, white women chose to not vote in their own self interest… or some such thing.

      • Cecelia

        Well…you know…liberals always know what’s in our interest better than we do.

  • Today’s most popular links:
    5 unreal, surreal
    4 divide and conquer
    3 Trump administration
    2 turn off the channel
    And the most popular link in today’s links…
    1 Here’s why the election’s end means very bad news for CNN and MSNBC.

  • Larry Kelly

    Z took the edge off his criticism enough to keep his Sunday gig.

  • Larry Kelly

    Today’s FIRING DEMAND: Van Jones. Tomorrow’s: Maddow.
    Ebony and ivory, nasty sounds when you press those keys.

  • The good news is Red Eye returns tonight. The bad news is non-Republican comedians Dave Smith, a bombastic libertarian, and Ray Ellin, whose tweets indicate he’s liberal, are among the guests. Too bad; I was looking forward to watching.

    • Nixon – niihpikiiookani

      I gave up on Red Eye when they stopped having my Lily Langtry as a guest.

  • Nixon – niihpikiiookani

    The twitter stooges are going absolutely ape feces.

    • Larry Kelly

      What’s their problem? Find out Van Jones wasn’t inviting them to his wing of the internment camp?

      • GATXER

        No they telling their poor deluded followers that Trump had a Fox News debate question….even though MK has said it didnt happen. In other words lying as usual.

        • That’s hilarious. Megyn doesn’t say that in the book, at least not in the excerpt that’s been quoted, but the haters all jump on it to pretend that’s what she said. So Megyn has to go on twitter in the middle of the night to shoot down all the spin from all the liars…most of whom wouldn’t actually watch Megyn’s newscast on a bet.

          You can always trust our favorite stooges to live down to expectations.

          • Nixon – niihpikiiookani

            They lie constantly. It is pathological.

        • Here’s a PS: In his newsletter tonight Brian Stelter is citing this incident with the question that Megyn says isn’t true + her “coincidental illness” on debate night as “political dynamite”. Only I just zinged him on twitter because the illness he’s calling “political dynamite” is something I posted all about over a year ago, two days after it happened!

          • Nixon – niihpikiiookani

            I believe that at that debate Rand Paul (and possibly another) also had a stomach virus.