Jack Cashill's Gallery of Rogues

The WorldNetDaily columnist finds more dubious people to defend: a felon and conman, a terrorist, an alleged blackmailing governor -- and George Zimmerman (again).

Related: Jack Cashill Endorses MurderJack Cashill's New Favorite Killer

Exhibit 70: Denial of Reality Attack, Trump Propaganda Division

The Media Research Center's Brad Wilmouth doggedly defends President Trump over a muddled message regarding whether he supported the death penalty for the later-exonerated Central Park Five.

Keeping the Hagiography Alive

The Media Research Center aggressively pushes back against anyone who suggests Ronald Reagan may have had symptoms of Alzheimer's disease while president -- even the president's own son.

The MRC vs. An Ice Skater

The Media Research Center hates Olympic skater Adam Rippon -- as well as Olympic skier Gus Kenworthy -- for being gay and for criticizing Mike Pence's apparent support of anti-gay conversion therapy and disdain for LGBT rights.

CNS' Decade of Lying About Planned Parenthood

So much for fair and balanced reporting: CNSNews.com has spent years falsely implying that federal money to Planned Parenthood pays for abortion as a justification for cutting off that funding -- and baselessly claiming that the money is "fungible."

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