The following is an excerpt from an article in "American Thinker." By Sharyl Attkisson At least once a day, I find myself taking a breath and silently marveling over the outrageous fact that the Department of Justice continues to fight my computer intrusion case in court. They are spending your tax money to protect the […]
Eighty-seven percent (87%) say they are "Super excited" about voting for president in 2020. That's according to the latest unscientific poll of more than 1,700 people at SharylAttkisson.com. Four percent (4%) say they feel "no enthusiasm whatsoever." Almost nobody described feeling "neutral." How enthused are you about voting for president in 2020? 87% Super excited! […]
The following is Sharyl Attkisson's complete response to questions posed by The Washington Post's Paul Farhi as prompted by a Media Matters propaganda blog. Please excuse our typos. Farhi: Hello, Sharyl...I'm writing a story about Sinclair's coverage and commentary about the coronavirus and would like to talk to you about what you've been reporting on […]
It may be late in the game, but President Trump has scored a big win on expanding the southern border wall. On Friday, the Supreme Court ruled Friday evening that construction on the wall can continue using $2.5 billion in reallocated Pentagon funds. That throws a monkey wrench into the attempt by the American Civil […]
The following is from an article in Politico. Thousands of people, packed close together and not wearing face masks, protested in Berlin on Saturday against official measures intended to curb the spread of the coronavirus. Police said they would file charges against the organizer of the gathering as demonstrators had not followed hygiene rules such […]
I continue dissecting Media Mistakes in the Era of Trump. Look for more mistakes to come on this podcast and on The Sharyl Attkisson Podcast (where you will find Media Mistakes #1-18).
Media Matters is joining big tech and others leading a panicked, fact-challenged campaign against hydroxychloroquine. Why?
President Trump's approval rating is slightly up, three percentage points, in the latest Gallup poll, matching his level from November 2019: 41%. Trump's approval was 39% in June. Meantime, approval of Congress has slipped to an anemic 18%. According to Gallup, partisans' approval ratings of Congress have declined by double digits since May: "Democrats' approval […]