Fox News host Howard Kurtz on Sunday seemed to excuse anti-Semitic remarks made by Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene and instead blamed the media for "encouraging" her.
This really is stupid, CBS.
Chuck Todd tried to "both sides" the acquittal of Donald Trump during an interview with impeachment manager Rep. Jamie Raskin.
Meet the Press host Chuck Todd asks Jamie Raskin: "He's showing no remorse with this acquittal. And by -- what have we done? Have we now given a permission slip to political violence in our everyday politics?"
All that's old is new again. In response to the breaking news that the Senate voted to allow witnesses in the impeachment trial, Republican Kansas Sen. Roger Marshall wants to put Nancy Pelosi on trial.
Republican Kansas Sen. Roger Marshall wants to put Nancy Pelosi on trial in response to whether it would make any difference to him if what was said on the phone call between Trump and Kevin McCarthy was true.
Trump lawyer Bruce Castor tells Fox's Laura Ingraham he plans on playing clips of Democrats at Trump's impeachment trial to try to get Trump off the hook for inciting the riot on January 6th.
Left-leaning activist Nomiki Konst pushed back against Fox News host Harris Faulkner after she complained that the press has not been tough enough on Joe Biden during his first 24 hours in office.
Freshman Republican South Carolina Rep. Nancy Mace has put up with threats of violence from Trump supporters and was badly shaken by the attack when the lunatics stormed the Capitol building this week, but that didn't stop her from playing the "both sides" game on who needs to tone down their rhetoric.
MSNBC's Alex Witt allows freshman GOP Rep. Nancy Mace to play the "both sides" game while discussing the violent mob that nearly killed her and her colleagues, that was incited by Trump. Mace also doesn't believe Trump should be impeached.
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