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Yahoo Says More Abortions Equals More Diapers, and Whites Cause Latino Racism

“Riffed from the Headlines” is Townhall’s daily VIP feature with coverage of the deeply flawed aspects of journalism in the nation. We’ll look to bring accountability to the mishaps, malaprops, misdeeds, manipulations, malpractice, and manufactured narratives in mainstream media.

To see just how entrenched in liberal ideology the press has become, we need only look at the strained examples they come up with to justify abortion. Recall recently that we were served a story claiming tough abortion laws were hurting the oil industry by chasing people out of Texas. (One couple served as an example.)

Now, Yahoo Finance has come up with an equally daft pro-abort stance. It seems there is a diaper shortage, and instead of supply chain challenges or other issues, they have pegged the culprit: It’s those damned pro-lifers causing the demand for diapers to remain high.

It’s a simple equation. Fewer babies mean more diapers, then the…fewer babies who need them will have them.

DNC PR Firm – THE NEW YORK TIMES

  • Just try guessing who The Times will endorse in this election.

Not to suggest the newspaper is approaching this race with any bias…

Both Kinds of Standards – DAILY BEAST

Taking a cue from The Times, we see the Daily Beast has made their pick for the Georgia Senate race. While Raphael Warnock has some deadbeat child support issues and was caught using campaign funds to pay off some of his back payments, the Beast looked at Herchel Walker and one of his children where he is supposedly in a controversial position of – making child support payments. We think? The Beast seems to think that Walker paying around $3,500 monthly to support a son is somehow worse.

Body Checking the Fact-Checkers – KOB Channel 4 News

  • So she did it, but for a different reason, and that means she did not do it.

Ryan Laughlin jumped (pounced?) at the chance to fact-check a campaign ad from the Republican Governors Association targeting Governor Michelle Lujan Grisham over a case of a released prisoner who killed someone immediately after his premature release. Laughlin thinks he has the goods to debunk the ad – as he goes on to prove it correct.

After he touts that Grisham did in fact release him early, the reporter claims the reason given was different…as if that is somehow better…? He even fails to catch the error in his report, as he states the prisoner was let out for time served after he stated the term was to be served at least five months longer. See, Ryan, he WAS in fact released early.

Matching Media Memorandum – VARIOUS OUTLETS

  • Whites are so bad they are corrupting minorities!

The case of the LA Council President who was forced to step down after being caught on tape making racist comments about blacks continues to send tremors in Los Angeles. But one of the asinine aspects is that the lame defense offered up by Hispanic member Nury Martinez is being echoed in a number of news outlets. The New York Times, as well as NBC News and The Atlantic, are pushing the flat-out stupid premise that Martinez was compelled into these hateful, racist remarks due to white supremacy. That nobody who is white was involved in any capacity in the case is seemingly not a factor.

– “The racist remarks extended beyond Blacks to the embedded prejudice against Indigenous Latinos that is pervasive in Latin America and in the U.S., a remnant of colonialism and a version of white supremacy.”

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