One of these things is not like the other … Over at the Free Beacon is a collection of magazine covers depicting President Donald Trump and President Barack Obama. Bias is seen not just in text, but also in visual portrayals. Trump is portrayed mainly as a bully or lazy, while Obama was portrayed as the great hope who would usher in a new age.
Seriously? … Naomi Dann, who works at Jewish Voice for Peace, an anti-Israel and pro-BDS organization, has found common cause with the vile white supremacist Richard Spencer. Why? Because Spencer agrees with her organization that Israel is a state predicated on the protection of one race. The article was published at the Forward.
MSNBC’s Tur pesters mother of Heather Heyer … How low can MSNBC go? On the day of Heather Heyer’s memorial service, MSNBC’s Katy Tur pestered Susan Bro, Heyer’s mother, about Donald Trump. According to NewsBusters the interview was not focused on Heyer’s legacy, but on Bro’s opinion of Trump.
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Dem. Senator in criminal trial … You wouldn’t know it by reading the national mainstream media, but New Jersey Democratic Senator Bob Menendez is going to trial in September on bribery and corruption charges. Philly.com outlines what awaits Menendez. Steven Nelson, writing at U.S. News and World Report back in March, outlines how Menendez has escaped criticism while appearing on television programs that have not mentioned his looming trial when he is on.
Van mows down … Facebook’s trending news section said a “van mowed down” people in Barcelona yesterday. It wasn’t a van. It was a radical Muslim terrorist. Just as in Charlottesville, the suspect in the killing of a woman is a radical white supremacist.
Oh, Bill … After Tucker Carlson opened a show this week talking about how it is dangerous to rewrite history, Bill Kristol attacked him. Despite his rhetoric of today, Kristol said many of the same things on a podcast two years ago. The Daily Caller has the story. Of particular note is when Kristol said, “They were admirable people, individuals, who led the Confederacy.”
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Robert Eno is the director of research for Conservative Review. He is a conservative from deep blue Massachusetts but now lives in Greenville, SC. If you see something you’d like him to cover, tweet him @robeno.