NY Times Exec: We Need to Figure Out Religious People, Trump Voters

Sunday show round-up

The New York Times executive editor said journalists need to do a better job of understanding religious people, presidential candidate Andrew Yang said he is open to the possibility of prosecuting President Donald Trump once he's out of office, and Washington Free Beacon founding editor Matthew Continetti discussed the growing distrust between voters and the media.

Attacker Stabs Five at Rabbi’s Home in New York

NEW YORK (Reuters) – An attacker stabbed five people late on Saturday at a Hasidic rabbi’s home in New York state and fled before apparently being arrested, a Jewish organization said, a rampage that came after days of increased tension over anti-Semitic assaults.

Lawmaker Demands Hearing on Spread of Chinese Propaganda in Congress

Rep. Banks seeks to expose China Daily's subversion of U.S. law

Chinese flagRep. Jim Banks (R. Ind.), a member of the House Armed Services Committee, is pressing congressional leaders to hold a hearing on the proliferation of Chinese Communist government-funded propaganda across Capitol Hill, according to official communications obtained by the Washington Free Beacon.

MSNBC Guest: Interviewing White Working-Class Voters Is Racist

Sunday show round-up

This week on the Sunday news shows: An MSNBC guest argued that the media’s focus on interviewing white working-class voters is “dangerous” and “racist,” a Democratic senator took aim at both sides of the aisle for prejudging the impeachment trial, and another MSNBC guest said that military cadets need to be taught that the “OK” hand symbol is not okay.