Sarah Butler is from Purcellville, Virginia and is a senior at Pensacola
Christian College in Pensacola, Florida where she is studying political
science.
Outside of school, Sarah volunteered on former Virginia Delegate Glenn
Davis (VA-84) campaign. Sarah has also served as Collegian Officer and
Athletic Director at Pensacola Christian College where she assisted in
organizing athletic games and sending out announcements to members.
Sarah enjoys to research and write about current events, and sees an
internship at the Media Research Center as an excellent opportunity to learn.
Sarah is a Newsbusters Intern.

Sarah Butler | July 15, 2024
On Monday night, CNNs Republican National Convention co-hosts Alyssa Farah Griffin and Van Jones shared their thoughts on the convention. Griffin attacked republicans, per usual, while Jones insulted the African American men who spoke at the convention. Griffin stated that Republicans have been pushing the message that “the country is in decline under Joe Biden.” Unsurprisingly, she wanted to…
Sarah Butler | July 15, 2024
On Monday, CNN Newsroom Jim Acosta hosted Michael Gold, political correspondent for The New York Times. Unsurprisingly, both downplayed Donald Trumps attempted assassination and whine that people think Trump was “saved by God.” Acosta began the segment by stating “obviously, there have been calls for unity and civility” following the recent assassination attempt. Goodman quickly responded that…
Sarah Butler | July 12, 2024
On Friday, CBS Mornings hosted Biden campaign surrogate Democratic Congressman Ro Khanna of California. However, Khanna at least acknowledging President Biden’s gaffes and pleas for Democrats to stick with Joe fell on deaf ears at the table. CBS co-host Tony Dokoupil began however by mentioning the press conference that Biden held on Thursday: “Congressman Jim Hines came out and said, if you…
Sarah Butler | July 11, 2024
On Thursday, CBS Mornings co-host Natalie Morales aired a segment of her hiking with California Representative and Senate candidate Adam Schiff in a field of blooming wildflowers. During their walk, which took place well before the presidential debate, they described Donald Trump as “gregarious” and a “dictator.” Morales began the segment by explaining Schiff is not only campaigning against…
Sarah Butler | July 9, 2024
On Tuesday, ABC Good Morning America co-anchor George Stephanopoulos interviewed Democratic Michigan Governor Gretchen Whitmer about her recently released book, True Gretch. Unsurprisingly, Stephanopoulos focused more on politics and her personal life rather than the book itself. Stephanopoulos mentioned that Whitmer’s new book calls for people to “look for the good in any person or situation.”…
Sarah Butler | July 8, 2024
During their Monday morning newscasts, the  White House reporters on ABC, CBS, and NBC struggled with the internal Democrat debate over Biden. All three networks described President Biden as “defiant” but touted him for campaigning and traveling to other states. On ABC’s Good Morning America, Mary Bruce professed that Biden is “adamant he can survive this crisis” referring to his disastrous…
Sarah Butler | July 3, 2024
During their Wednesday morning newscasts, ABC, CBS, and NBC surprisingly debunked some of the crafted excuses the White House has created for President Biden’s debate performance last week. The White House had given every reason possible for Biden’s poor debate performance besides acknowledging his age and mental state, from colds to severe jetlag. CBS Mornings Gayle King began the segment by…
Sarah Butler | July 2, 2024
On Tuesday, CNN’s Inside Politics complained about Monday’s Supreme Court decision that ruled presidents have immunity for their official actions while in office. White House reporter at the Washington Post, Yasmeen Abutaleb, baselessly worried that Donald Trump could use the result to “prosecute his enemies.” Host Dana Bash began by noting the decision “cuts both ways,” recalling how some have…
Sarah Butler | June 28, 2024
On Friday, CNN’s Newsroom with Jim Acosta hosted an interview with Bryan Lanza, who was the deputy communications director for Donald Trump’s 2016 campaign. The discussion quickly got heated as the two disagreed on how the recent presidential debate went. Acosta unsurprisingly started the segment by sharing a CNN analysis regarding Trump: “at least one lie for every three minutes.” He added that…
Sarah Butler | June 28, 2024
On Friday morning after the presidential debate, ABC’s Good Morning America claimed that former President Donald Trump made more mistakes than President Joe Biden. One of the biggest focuses in this debate was if Biden was mentally fit to serve another four years; however, he was not able to meet this hope Thursday night. Co-host and former Clinton official George Stephanopoulos admitted that “…