This week on the Sunday news shows: Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D., Mass.) refused to condemn Iranian terror master Qassem Soleimani, retired Army general David Petraeus said President Donald Trump's decision to kill Soleimani may deter future attacks against American assets, and New York Times opinion editor Bari Weiss said the national media has "absolutely" been slow in their coverage of anti-Semitism.
Al Sharpton's National Action Network has come to the defense of a Jersey City elected official as calls have mounted for her to resign in the wake of anti-Semitic comments she made regarding a recent attack on a kosher market in the city.
An MSNBC panel speculated Friday afternoon about potentially removing President Donald Trump from office due to his mental state, pointing to reports he is exhibiting "signs that were similar to the early stages of Alzheimer's."
MSNBC, CNN, and other major media outlets have largely ignored false tweets by Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D., Mass.) and Sen. Kamala Harris (D., Calif.) that Michael Brown was "murdered" by a white policeman in 2014.
DNC Chairman Tom Perez publicly thanked Rev. Al Sharpton for his leadership, applauding him for "standing up for everyone" despite the activist's history of offensive remarks about Jews and caucasians.