Latest News Headlines

AP reporter puts blame on GOP, supports Dems, Pelosi in Jan. 6 committee chaos

8

Media prime headlines July 22

In media information at this time, Politico and CNN writers criticize Nancy Pelosi’s rejection of GOP picks for riot committee, a former Google guide give his opinion on the best way to fight misinformation, and WaPo’s Josh Rogin says ‘Fauci was improper’ about denying NIH funded Wuhan ‘achieve of operate’ COVID-19 analysis

Associated Press reporter Jonathan Lemire attacked the Republican Party and defended Democrats Thursday over the controversy surrounding Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s rejection of two of the 5 GOP picks for the Jan. 6 choose committee.

Lemire spoke on MSNBC’s “Morning Joe” to debate Pelosi’s determination to reject GOP House Leader Kevin McCarthy’s Republican appointees to the committee, Reps. Jim Jordan, R-Ohio, and Jim Banks, R-Ind. Shortly afterward, McCarthy threatened to boycott the choose committee and kind a brand new one with the GOP.

Lemire referred to this transfer as a “deeply cynical play” and accused the Republicans of trying to water down the investigation into the Capitol riots.

MCCARTHY SAYS PELOSI ‘HAS BROKEN THIS INSITUTION’ BY DENYING GOP PICKS FOR JAN. 6 SELECT COMMITTEE 

“We’ve just hit upon the deeply cynical play that this is,” Lemire stated. “Now Republicans are going to emerge from this with their own report, which they will put up as a co-equal as to what the Pelosi’s Democrat-plus-Liz-Cheney committee is going to do. And they’ll say: look! It’s two versions of the truth. And they will try to water it down.”

Lemire additionally claimed that Democrats and Pelosi are appearing in “good-faith effort” in spite of the Republicans and additional blamed the GOP for diminishing belief in the federal government.

“And despite pressure from the White House for this to happen, despite Democrats going into it seemingly with a good-faith effort, a bipartisan attempt to get to the bottom of what happened, to try to prevent something like this from happening again, Republicans not going to play ball,” he stated. (*6*)

POLITICO, CNN WRITERS CRITICIZE PELOSI’S REJECTION OF GOP PICKS FOR RIOT COMMITTEE: ‘GIFT TO KEVIN MCCARTHY’

Lemire has regularly criticized Republicans in public appearances on MSNBC. In May, he accused the GOP and former President Donald Trump of proposing “revisionist history” by claiming that they had been criticized for suggesting the coronavirus leaked from a Wuhan lab in China. This was in line with CNN’s Chris Cuomo, who falsely steered it was Trump’s fault the speculation was not mentioned till not too long ago.

Lemire additionally criticized Trump voters in March, suggesting the supporters on the Capitol riot had been extra violent than the “non-violent” protesters for Black Lives Matter in 2020.

“And then, of course, let us remember who was there in January. These were Trump supporters. They were White. They were people who, as it’s been well documented, if the racial makeup of that group had been different, the response at the Capitol likely would have been different as well,” Lemire stated.

This contrasted stories of as much as $2 billion in injury brought on by BLM protests nationwide.

Pelosi has said that she plans to maneuver ahead with the January 6 committee regardless of McCarthy’s actions.

LIBERAL MSNBC HOST OFFERS NO PUSHBACK AS AP REPORTER CLAIMS GEORGE FLOYD PROTESTS WERE NONVIOLENT

“It’s my responsibility as Speaker of the House to make sure we get to the truth on this, and we will not let their antics stand in the way of that,” she stated.

While the framing from the left-leaning Lemire was completely constructive for Democrats, Pelosi has taken some media criticism for her transfer. Politico Playbook creator Rachael Bade stated she had handed McCarthy a “gift,” whereas CNN’s Chris Cillizza claimed any hope of the committee’s effectiveness as a bipartisan endeavor was “doomed.

The Wall Street Journal editorial board noted Pelosi had been allowed to appoint hand-picked Democrats to the Benghazi Select Committee. By rejecting pro-Trump figures who oppose Pelosi’s “rebel” narrative for Jan. 6, the board wrote, she had passed up an opportunity to test her case against “essentially the most aggressive critics.”

“The rioters who broke the regulation are being punished, and the Select Committee’s partisan function has been clear from the beginning. The Speaker views the committee as a hammer to make use of in opposition to Republicans in 2022, and her veto of the 2 GOP members proves it,” the board wrote.

Conservative Washington Post columnist Henry Olsen said Pelosi simply had committed a “blunder.”

CLICK HERE TO GET THE FOX NEWS APP

“Without GOP involvement in the method, solely partisans will see the findings as convincing,” he wrote Thursday. “That’s what occurred through the first impeachment investigation: Trump’s job approval rose the longer House Intelligence Committee Chairman Adam B. Schiff’s (D-Calif.) nakedly partisan investigation continued. People can see when they’re being conned.”

Fox News’ David Rutz contributed to this report.

Comments are closed, but trackbacks and pingbacks are open.