Most television pundits are working from home due to the China-caused coronavirus pandemic, which means they've been giving viewers a rare glimpse into their places of residence. The Washington Free Beacon's commitment to holding the mainstream media accountable compels us to render a verdict on these makeshift home studios in the form of the following awards.
A CNN anchor said on Friday that disgraced former Democratic senator and accused serial groper Al Franken's "voice is needed" in the 2020 primary. Chris Cuomo and Franken spoke for nearly fifteen minutes about the Democratic primary on Friday night. The segment featured effusive praise from Cuomo, who only briefly touched on the numerous allegations of sexual misconduct that led to Franken's resignation in 2018.
Disgraced former Democratic congresswoman Katie Hill has been the subject of glowing media profiles, interviews, and op-eds since she was forced to resign in November 2019 following sexual misconduct allegations.
Florida lawmakers representing the Cuban-American community expressed dismay at Sen. Bernie Sanders's (I., Vt.) praise of dictator Fidel Castro, but on Monday he accused them of having ulterior motives.
CNN moderator Chris Cuomo on Thursday night mocked the practice of sharing one's personal pronouns during an exchange with Democratic presidential candidate Sen. Kamala Harris (Calif.) at a town hall on gay rights.