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ESPN sportswriter Jemele Hill claimed Sunday morning that President Trump often uses "racial pornography" to fire up his base. (MSNBC)
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Trump-hating sports anchor Jemele Hill reportedly out at ESPN

- The Washington Times

Hill became a lightning rod at the cable sports network after multiple reprimands and a suspension for her increasingly critical political comments directed at President Donald Trump and in support of athletes using their positions to protest American policies during the national anthem.

Bill Maher said on his show late Friday that even though Fox News host Laura Ingraham has been "a deliberately terrible person, saying horrible things," young gun safety advocates have to expect criticism if they are entering the public arena. He said they shouldn't target advertisers. (Associated Press)
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Rancor replaces reason as speech-stifling becomes game

- The Washington Times

Bill Maher, on his recent "Real Time" episode on HBO, ripped into leftists for cheering the social media booting of Alex Jones -- something which even his liberal mind looked at as a chilling path toward tyranny and clamped free speech. Democrats would do well to pay attention.

Conservative political commentator Laura Ingraham speaks during the third day of the Republican National Convention in Cleveland, Wednesday, July 20, 2016. (AP Photo/J. Scott Applewhite) ** FILE **
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Lying on Laura Ingraham

- The Washington Times

Fox News host Laura Ingraham sparked massive backlash around the country when she opened a monologue by calling for the lynching of all black people, the gunning down of illegals at the border, the ripping of little brown-faced babies from their mommas -- "not gringos," she called them -- and the chicken cage incarceration of any documented citizen that couldn't produce proof of membership in either the KKK or the NRA. Oh wait. She didn't really. My bad. But in the twisted minds of the left, she might as well have.

Ana Navarro shows her calm, rational and thoughtful style of political punditry on CNN. (Source: CNN screen grab)
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Ana Navarro: CNN 'very balanced' -- they have 'commentators like me'

- The Washington Times

On today's episode of The View, Meghan McCain tried valiantly to walk the fine line between criticizing President Trump's choice of words when he called fake news the "enemy of the American people" and at the same time pointing out that, indeed, there appeared to be a significant anti-Trump bias at most mainstream media outlets.