There are a host of media personalities on television today that really should consider a new line of work, whether for their overt bias, ineptitude, or generally annoying personalities.
For instance, CNN’s Jim Acosta falls into all three of those categories. The White House recently had to slap him on the wrist for his ridiculous behavior, issuing a long-overdue revocation of his hard pass.
What other media personalities need to find their way off of our television screens or doing something other than covering the President and his administration?
Let’s take a gander at the most liberal journalists, shall we?
The man Rush Limbaugh calls ‘F. Chuck Todd’ is relentlessly overbearing. As host of “Meet the Press Daily,” Chuck is under the impression he must be taken seriously as a journalist, yet he delivers bias on a daily basis so transparent it could only work on NBC.
Here’s a very recent and blatant example:
Chuck on October 23rd: “Keep in mind there’s no evidence of any criminals in the Central American caravan.”
Caravan Member that very same day:
Migrant admits: There’s “criminals everywhere” in the caravan, “it’s criminals in here.” pic.twitter.com/RLICY0MNja
— Ryan Saavedra (@RealSaavedra) October 24, 2018
Maybe if Chuck would wake up, he wouldn’t be so insufferable.
It isn’t just the fact that he sports a hairdo that looks like a combination of both Beavis and Butthead’s ’90s style, Joe Scarborough has an equally outdated personality.
His feud with President Trump has been an ongoing embarrassment for the network he works for, and he has been a perpetual punching bag for Trump on social media.
Wow, @foxandfriends is blowing away the competition in the morning ratings. Morning Joe is a dead show with very few people watching and sadly, Fake News CNN is also doing poorly. Too much hate and inaccurately reported stories – too predictable!
— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) August 2, 2018
When he’s not embarrassing himself as a fake news man, Scarborough is embarrassing himself as a pop singer.
In retrospect, you’d have been better off simply remaining a network shill, instead of conducting history’s most embarrassing foray into pop music. Learn a couple of chords, eh? https://t.co/xhd65da4Qe
— Kathy Soltani (@KathySoltani) August 17, 2018
If only he’d stay off the air.
CNN’s Don Lemon has been referred to by President Trump as the “dumbest man on television,” a moniker he apparently takes seriously and strives to live up to.
He recently doubled down on his idiocy by claiming the biggest terror group in the United States is, well … take a look:
”We have to…realize the biggest terror threat in this country is white men, most of them radicalized on the right..We have to start doing something about them.
— Oliver McGee PhD MBA (@OliverMcGee) October 31, 2018
Lemon’s colleague at CNN, Chris Cuomo, has the personality of a wet bag of leaves. Or worse, the same personality as his brother, New York governor Andrew Cuomo.
Cuomo’s most grating personality disorder: trying to pretend he’s not a raging liberal.
It’d be nice to see him bring his brother on to talk about the multiple felons he’s been associated with in the past year, and maybe taking him to task for saying the President is conducting a “jihad” against immigrants, or saying that America “was never great.”
Until then, enjoy this clip of Kellyanne Conway mocking him and his network …
Kellyanne Conway calls out Chris Cuomo on his jealousy of top-rated Fox News: “It’s not a good look to be jealous of Fox News’ ratings.” pic.twitter.com/M7OIjqF5Ys
— Kyle Morris (@RealKyleMorris) August 24, 2018
For years now, Shepard Smith has looked like a consistently befuddled man, lost on a network that prides itself on being fair and balanced, both virtues he does not possess.
Smith recently mocked President Trump and those concerned about the threat of illegal immigrants crossing U.S. border, claiming it poses no threat to our nation.
“There is no invasion. No one’s coming to get you. There’s nothing at all to worry about,” he condescended.
Smith has been described by co-hosts at the network as “inaccurate” and/or “clueless,” which constitutes just about everybody on this list.