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Eat the Press

RT

‘Eat the Press’ is a take-no-prisoners media critique bloodbath hosted by Steve Malzberg. Watch him expose the smugness, hypocrisy, bias and lies that saturate mainstream news and reveal its so-called journalism for what it really is.

Aug 1, 2020 07:25

Presidential debates In doubt?

Fox News Sunday host Chris Wallace with a plea to former Vice President Joe Biden to come on his show for an interview. Why has Biden been so hesitant? There may be clues in his last sit down with Wallace, we'll show you.

Jul 25, 2020 07:18

Summer of hate

Newly released documents proving once again that the FBI knew stories of alleged collusion between the Trump campaign and Russia were false. So, why isn't the media reporting on this blockbuster news?

Fox News Host Tucker Carlson warns on air the N.Y. Times is about to reveal his home address, to terrorize his family. The Times denies it and says Tucker knows it's not true. Scottie Nell Hughes and Lionel will weigh in.

Churches and Christian statues are under attack here in the U.S. and again, media silence. How is this possible? Natasha Sweatte reports and The president of the Catholic League Bill Donohue will be here to discuss.

And if you think you know Al Sharpton, think again. Who is this MSNBC host, the media turns to for his input on civil rights issues, and who presidential candidates run to for a seal of approval? You may be surprised.

Jul 18, 2020 12:26

CNN feud brewing?

How strong is CNN's Jake Tapper? He may be running into his colleague Chris, AKA "Confrontational Cuomo" at some point, after Tapper rips brother Andrew Cuomo the Governor of New York, for bragging about his handling of the Coronavirus.

Jul 11, 2020 10:31

CNN mocks shootings

Following a holiday weekend of shootings and deaths in America's cities, CNN's Don Lemon and Chris Cuomo yuck it up and mock Fox News for calling the situation serious. Scottie Nell Hughes and Lionel will weigh in.

Tucker Carlson under fire for questioning the patriotism of democrat senator Tammy Duckworth, who lost both legs serving in Iraq. Are politicians who are war heroes immune from such criticism? Former Fox News host John Gibson will give his take.

Is the political bias of the new york times now more evident than ever before? RT's Natasha Sweatte takes a look.
And bye-bye Washington Redskins... the NFL club is finally forced to bow to political and economic pressure and change their name. So why does Stephen A. Smith claim he's not being political when talking about it on ESPN?

Jul 7, 2020 06:47

Fox News cancels Farrakhan's Fourth of July speech

Anything goes? CNN anchor Brooke Baldwin listens silently as her guest calls President Trump terrorist-in-chief and more.

Out at FOX morning anchor and rising star Ed Henry was abruptly fired by the network. We'll tell you why.

Did the LAPD pressure the LA. Times to fire cartoonist Ted Rall because of his anti-police drawings and commentary? Or was he the problem? Rall will be here to make his case.
A great discussion with the Ventura Panel, Jesse and Tyrel. The father/son combo weigh in on everything from working together here on RT, to the toppling of statues, don't miss it.

How about some must see Independence day programming... a speech by Nation of Islam leader Louis Farrakhan? We'll tell you who scheduled it, and then pulled it, and why that might have happened.

Jun 27, 2020 13:52

Is the cancel culture going after Jimmy Kimmel?

Being woke and the cancel culture. Will it affect the likes of Howard Stern, Jimmy Kimmel, Jimmy Fallon, and others on the left who are now saying "sorry" for past blackface skits, Scottie Nell Hughes and Lionel will weigh in.