Michelle Malkin's Favorite Site of the Night

| Tue Nov. 7, 2006 10:54 PM EST

On Fox News, (a heavily collagened?) Michelle Malkin just referred viewers to NewsBusters.org, which is "exposing and combating liberal media bias." A sampling of some of the shocking "bias" the site has uncovered tonight:

Around 7:10EST, CNN's Wolf Blitzer continued to frame his coverage from a Democratic perspective, stating, "the Democrats need just 7 seats to become the majority party in the U.S. Senate" he did the same for the House as well.

That is the standard fare for the press, frame things from what the Democrats can do to get things going.

OK, let's reframe: "The Republicans need to hold onto just 7 seats to remain the majority party in the U.S. Senate." Did I just reveal my conservative bias? Next:

CNN's Bill Schneider reported tonight that the veteran vote went for Republican Senator George Allen. The anchor seemed baffled as to how such a thing could happen. During election night coverage, he mentioned that Webb was a "veteran" or "decorated hero" three times in four sentences...

Um, last time we checked Jim Webb was a veteran and decorated war hero. Next:

During an election night discussion of the Missouri embryionic [sic] stem cell debate, CNN's Paul Begala slammed Rush Limbaugh as a "drug-addled gasbag."

Um, last time we checked...

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