Last week a left-wing gunman attempted to assassinate Republican congressmen on a baseball field in Alexandria, Virginia.
The gunman was a left-winger and a Bernie Sanders presidential campaign volunteer that harbored extreme negative feelings against Republicans and President Trump.
Propaganda pushed by Democrats and the left-wing media about Republicans and their political agenda appeared to push the gunman over the edge.
Tragically, following the attempted assassinations the left-wing media continues to attack Republicans.
In this episode of "The Buzz," we discuss the shooting, why it happened, what’s needed to stop the madness and why, unfortunately, it’s not going to stop.
Despite significant pressure to remain in the international agreement, Trump made the decision to leave because it was
Under the agreement, the U.S. committed to cut about 25 percent of greenhouse gas emissions by 2025 from 2005 levels while China does
Polls and news analysis show President Trump is winning the war against the media.
The reason is simple - the media just like Democrats are out of touch with Americans.
Over the weekend Trump hosted a rally in Pennsylvania to thank his supporters and to celebrate his 100-day milestone in office.
During the rally, Trump blasted the media and the attendees cheered his criticism.
In contrast, the elite media met at a Washington D.C. hotel for the White House Correspondents' Dinner to party among themselves.
Trump was the first president since Ronald Reagan not to attend the annual correspondents' dinner.
The media is out of touch with Americans because they live and work in blue states and see the world in the same way.
While the media and the Democrat party work in their bubble, President Trump rallies his supporters against the biased media.
The progressive media continues to hammer the administration to discredit President Trump’s credibility in order to undermine his presidency.
At the White House press briefings the media keeps demanding proof from Trump regarding his claim that former President Obama wiretapped phones at Trump Tower during the election.
The media uses the wiretapping issue as a springboard to challenge Trump's credibility on other issues including the recent unemployment report and the Congressional Budget Office analysis of the Republican health care plan.
Regarding the unemployment report, the media asked why should Trump be trusted when he was critical of the unemployment numbers in the past but after a bullish jobs report the president used them as proof of the success of his economic policy.
In addition, the media is also challenging the credibility of other administration officials including White House counselor Kellyanne Conway.
The media is trying to build a case that Americans shouldn't trust Trump or members of his administration.
President Trump’s tweet accusing former President Obama of wiretapping Trump Tower phones ignited a backlash from Democrats and the media Democrats and the media are promoting the Russian connection to discredit Trump and undermine his presidency Leading Democrats and the left wing media slammed Trump and demanded evidence of his claim and also complained that Trump is responsible for the public loss of faith in institutions Behind the claimed wiretapping are concerns that Trump and his campaign were coordinating efforts with Russians to make sure Hillary Clinton was not elected In the haste to connect Trump and his team to the Russians, Democrats Nancy Pelosi and Claire McCaskill were caught lying about meeting with the Russian ambassador In addition, the left-wing media is ignoring the pattern of spying that occurred under President Obama. During his presidency, the Obama administration spied on journalists and allies including Israel Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and German Chancellor Angela Merkel The left-wing attacks against Trump exposes the hypocrisy of Democrats and their media allies
In addition to Fake News, there are Fake Protests and Fake Social Media posts all designed to mislead Americans about President Trump and his policies for America.
Two left-wing advocacy groups, Organizing for Action and Indivisible, provided materials for activists to aggressively challenge Republican Congressmen during town hall meetings.
The advocacy was successful in creating numerous news stories about "constituents" challenging Trump's policies including ObamaCare.
Social media is also infected with fake profiles and comments.
An analysis of Facebook posts by a digital expert concluded that a group of individuals is being paid to support ObamaCare on Facebook.
In a recent interview, President Trump accused former President Obama of supporting the anti-Trump advocacy campaigns.
Senator McCain generated national headlines by criticizing President Trump over the president’s comments about the left-wing media.
On NBC's "Meet the Press," McCain twisted Trump's critical comments about the media to claim the president wants to shut down free speech.
McCain also compared Trump's admonishment of the media to a strategy used by dictators.
Earlier in the week, McCain said the Trump administration was in "disarray" at a meeting in Germany.
By attacking Trump, McCain will be the go-to Republican to provide critical comments about the president.
McCain's anti-Trump effort was challenged by Senator Rand Paul (R-KY).
Paul blasted McCain's senate record regarding foreign affairs and attributed the senator's criticism to a personal dispute between McCain and Trump.
Going forward, look for the media to use McCain as a vehicle to generate dissension among Republicans and hamper Trump's political goals.
The love affair between President Trump and some big businesses is over.
Not long ago Silicon Valley CEOs met with President Trump signaling a truce following the election.
Amazon, Google, Apple, Facebook representatives all met with President Trump when previously, these companies supported Hillary Clinton.
However, Trump's Executive Order temporarily banning travel from seven Muslim-dominated countries and a ban of Syrian refugees prompted these CEOs to challenge the president's extreme vetting plan.
Trump’s Executive Order was blocked by a judge in Washington State and the CEOs filed amicus briefs supporting the temporary restraining order.
Starbucks CEO is also critical of Trump's executive order. In a letter to his employees, Schultz slammed Trump's policies including the president's extreme vetting effort.
By taking public action against Trump these CEOs are exposing their companies to public backlash.
Democrats continue their efforts to challenge president-elect Donald Trump's legitimacy.
Representative John Lewis (D-GA) started off the week telling "Meet the Press" host Chuck Todd he did not see Trump as a "legitimate president."
In response, Trump Tweeted that Lewis should be "helping and fixing" his district and that he was "All talk, talk, talk - no action or results. Sad!"
Trump's comments resulted in a backlash from Lewis and his supporters.
Lewis took advantage of the situation by fundraising off of Trump's comments and has vowed not to attend this week's inauguration along with other Democrat lawmakers.
So much for President Obama's smooth transition to leave office for president-elect Donald Trump to take over.
Obama has set a precedent making things harder for Trump by throwing up roadblocks.
Since Trump's victory, the Obama administration has issued numerous regulations and the president allowed the U.N. Security Council to condemn Israeli settlements.
In a desperate attempt to save ObamaCare, the president is meeting with congressional Democrats this week to explore ways to block Republican efforts to repeal Obama's signature legislative accomplishment.
The good news is Republicans are committed to repealing ObamaCare and Obama's last-minute regulatory assault can be undone by using the Congressional Review Act.