Friday Links and Open Thread

  • Thursday’s numbers: Bill O’Reilly-Megyn Kelly-Bret Baier 1-2-3.
  • FTV: CNN goes to Iran…to talk about Trump!  Video: This is CNN.
  • Red Eye videos: The saga of Andy Levy’s
  • Bevan: Chris Wallace is the new dean of the Sunday shows;  Q&A.
  • Upset: FBN tops MSNBC 11am for fifth time.  Deirdre Bolton talks Fed.
  • Wemple: Did CNN compromise standards for access to the Clintons?
  • Wemple: CNN’s Trump apologist more dangerous than Trump himself.
  • Wemple: Masses overrule elites; Axelrod rejects MSNBC partisanship.
  • Kelly File video: to claim Obama’s a Muslim.
  • John Kasich, Wednesday’s forgotten man?  Walker: CNN had an agenda.
  • Escalante: Will MSNBC cut Díaz-Balart as anti-Latino sentiment brews?

21 thoughts on “Friday Links and Open Thread”

  1. Friday J$P Quiz:
    Who said, “CNN has REALLY made a HUGE investment in covering this campaign and, you know, I think I’m a reflection of that?”
    a. Hillary Clinton
    b. Donald Trump
    c. Megyn Kelly
    d. David Axelrod
    e. Jake Tapper

  2. “Things they networks dare not say”
    CBS THIS MORNING with a piece on violence against officials and players after the play in high school football recently. The elephant in the room: all eight players shown were black and victims white. Nobody acknowledge seeing the beast in the report or the discussion afterwards among the three anchors. Closest to it was a Texas official bemoaning recent events have diminished respect for authority.

  3. So, saying Carson was a lousy doctor, Carly had a face that ruled her out as President, McCain wasn’t a hero, and Mexican illegals are basically murderers and drug crazed rapist didn’t phase The Donald, but not standing up for Obama as a. Non-Muslm will?
    SEE TRUMP. SEE TRUMP RUN.
    SEE HIS POLLS. SEE HIS POLLS GO UP.
    RUN TRUMP.
    RUN. RUN. RUN,

  4. Today’s most popular links:
    5 Debate over Trump reaction
    4 cut Diaz-Balart
    3 MSNBC partisanship
    2 overrule elites
    And the most popular link in today’s links…
    1 Upset: FBN tops MSNBC 11am for fifth time.

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