As soon as COVID-19 appeared in Wuhan, China, it was a high possibility that the virus originated in one of the two high-security labs studying bat viruses in that city — the National Bio-Safety Laboratory and the Wuhan Institute of Virology.
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The researchers’ Chinese Communist Party ties – which present a clear conflict of interest – are omitted from the media reports, which instead present the scientists as unbiased adjudicators of COVID-19’s origins.
CNN has been hemorrhaging viewers since President Biden took office, with ratings down more than 50 percent in multiple categories since Inauguration Day.
CNN anchor Chris Cuomo declared Friday the gun reform and police reform that Democrats desperately want will happen only when “white people’s kids start getting killed.”
federal judge this week slammed a decades-old First Amendment ruling regarding libel law, claiming that ruling was invented by the Supreme Court at the time as a “policy-driven decision masquerading as constitutional law.” Major newspapers are “virtually Democratic Party broadsheets,” he claims.
The mother of deceased Capitol police officer Brian Sicknick believes her son may have suffered a fatal stroke during the Jan. 6 riot, but was not hit in the head by a Trump supporter wielding a fire extinguisher, as mainstream outlets began reporting almost immediately after Sicknick’s death.
The New York Times, Rolling Stone, ABC News, and CBS News’ motions to dismiss the lawsuit brought forward by the defamed teenager were rejected Thursday. “Today marks another important step towards achieving justice against a media that thinks it has a license to smear,” Sandmann told The Post Millennial.
Fox News national security correspondent Jennifer Griffin reported Friday that two anonymous former “senior” U.S. officials had confirmed “key parts” of the Atlantic‘s story about the president, but could not confirm “the most salacious” part.
Host Chuck Todd informed viewers that there is no editorial point of view on MSNBC after a guest charged that the network is hypocritical for criticizing Trump rallies over masks but not sharing the same health concern for large gatherings with a political message that they agree with.
Nikole Hannah-Jones, lead writer of the 1619 Project, apologized for promoting the online conspiracy theory that “government agents” are setting off fireworks in Brooklyn and Queens “to disorient and destabilize the #BlackLivesMatter movement.”