Bill D'Agostino

We all knew it was coming, and we all knew what the reaction would be. During the 10 am ET hour Friday, CNN’s Jim Sciutto visibly winced as he broke the news that the Supreme Court had overturned the precedent establishing abortion as a legal right.

In the wake of Roe v. Wade’s demise, here’s a little glimpse at the overwrought declarations by everyone’s favorite usual suspects in TV news.

Under stern questioning from a caller about the media obsession with Russian collusion on C-SPAN's Washington Journal on Tuesday, USA Today White House correspondent Joey Garrison and Bloomberg congressional reporter Jarrell Dillard insist they try to hold all politicians accountable and don't have biased double standards. 

Over the last two months a wave of radical, pro-abortion terror has swept across the country, firebombings of pro-life organizations, intimidation of individuals, and destruction of property.  But you wouldn’t know the perpetrator if you watched ABC, CBS, NBC and MSNBC. They refuse to say the name of the group responsible: Jane’s Revenge. Shockingly, the liberal CNN is the only network to name names and specifically identify them. 

How “bipartisan” is the January 6 Committee really? We’ve put together a little guessing game for viewers to see how well they can distinguish between two prominent committee members from opposing parties: Nancy Pelosi, and Liz Cheney (R-WY).

If speaking candidly about Democrat-engineered demographic change causes mass shootings, then the media are culpable for the tragedy in Buffalo. Regardless of whether the “demographics are destiny” thesis proves true, the establishment media can’t run away from their track record of endorsing it.

It’s been nearly two weeks since the Supreme Court’s draft opinion on Roe v. Wade was leaked, and TV journalists are still struggling to come to grips with the news. But although the hysterics haven’t ceased, the talking heads do appear to have decided on a messaging strategy: that this decision signals the beginning of a massive Judicial rollback of 14th individual rights.

It’s been a rough week for America’s left, and particularly for the media. All day Tuesday, TV journalists used their national platform to vent all of their despair and rage over the leaked Supreme Court draft heralding the death of Roe v. Wade. And boy, did it get emotional.

If you relied exclusively on broadcast or liberal cable networks for your news, you’d likely be surprised to learn that Florida’s recently-passed education law was not officially titled, “the Don’t Say Gay law.” An MRC analysis found that TV networks almost exclusively referred to the law by this politically-charged epithet, with most outlets only using the law’s official name one or two times in the past months.

This week, the applause of airline passengers celebrating their first masked flights in years was met with sullen glares and stern warnings from TV news’s greatest health experts. The Biden Administration’s mask mandate was struck down Monday by Federal Judge Kathryn Kimball Mizelle, much to the chagrin of the mask-loving media. Legal and medical experts alike were immediately shoved in front of cameras to remind viewers that, “this was a legal decision, not a public health decision.”

Despite all the media “debunking,” and fact-checking, and censoring, and Russia-ing back in 2020, Hunter Biden’s laptop has proven to be legitimate. Given how aggressive the press were in their coordinated effort to tar the story as a wacky conspiracy theory, you’d think they might have learned something from their mistakes.

But they haven't.