Lara Logan delivers knockout punch to the liberal media
On Wednesday's episode of "
Pat Gray Unleashed," Pat Gray and Keith Malinak discussed former CBS News correspondent Lara Logan's decision to speak the truth about the liberal media during an interview with "Mike Drop Podcast" host Mike Ritland.
In this clip, Logan explained how to discern propaganda from real news, offering a refreshingly blunt perspective.
Logan explained that left-wing media coverage of Donald Trump shows the left's one-dimensional perspective and the liberal media's refusal to report positive news surrounding Trump. The media report only the negative news stories in order to manipulate viewers.
According to Logan, honest news must balance the scale . If there is a sense of one-sided commentary only, then watch out.
Logan went on to say that 85 percent of "journalists" today are liberal-minded in their political leanings, a fact that is reflected in the mainstream media every day.
Missed the show? No problem. Click
here to download the podcast.
Want more from Pat Gray?
To enjoy more of Pat's biting analysis and signature wit as he restores common sense to a senseless world, subscribe to BlazeTV — the largest multi-platform network of voices who love America, defend the Constitution and live the American dream.
Thursday on "The News & Why it Matters," Sara Gonzales, Pat Gray, Jason Buttrill, and guest Josh Hammer discussed what a pro-life strategy looked like amid the backlash that stemmed from the historical abortion bill passed in the state of Alabama on Tuesday.
In this clip, Daily Wire's Josh Hammer expressed a desire for his fellow "pro-lifers" to dial back the venomous rhetoric and refrain from shouting baby killer. Hammer called for building and supporting pregnancy crisis centers and showing empathy for pregnant women rather than isolating them.
Hammer reflected on the way the movement once focused on winning the culture war rather than winning arguments on Twitter. Hammer said he would like to see pro-lifers broaden the conversation and focus on winning the culture war as opposed to shouting baby killer.
The panel agreed, the pro-life message must maintain a strong element of empathy and that if the pro-life movement is going to win then it would be best to focus efforts on building and pregnancy crisis centers and involving churches and the community, offering support for women in such a difficult time.
That is how we will gain converts," Hammer said.
Want more from "The News & Why It Matters"?
To enjoy more roundtable rundowns of the top stories of the day, subscribe to BlazeTV — the largest multi-platform network of voices who love America, defend the Constitution and live the American dream.
Watch live and on demand on any device, anywhere, anytime.