Faking It At the MRC

The Media Research Center does everything it can to avoid discussing the problem of "fake news" -- and certainly not how Brent Bozell's attack on purported bias at Facebook helped create it.

Related: The MRC vs. The TruthWorking the Refs, MRC Style

The MRC vs. The Movies

The Media Research Center heaps scorn on any movie that doesn't reaffirm its right-wing, uber-Catholic agenda -- and, in the case of "Ghostbusters," dares to replace male characters with females.

The Trump Stenographers At CNS

CNSNews.com has made it clear it would much rather transcribe Donald Trump's speeches than report on his scandals -- which, of course, makes it an arm of the Trump campaign instead of the "news" organization it claims to be.

Jerome Corsi Hits Rock Bottom

Not only did the WorldNetDaily writer's anti-Clinton book flop, he had to abandon his pet issue of birtherism to save Donald Trump's campaign and he aligned himself with the sleaziest political operative in the country, Roger Stone.

Rigging the Media at the MRC

The Media Research Center laid the foundation for Donald Trump's "rigged media" rants -- but Brent Bozell and Co. won't acknowledge the threats of violence against journalists Trump's toxic rhetoric generates, let alone tell Trump to dial it back.

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