Dan Gainor: Media and Left Are Driving the Violence They Always Wanted

Vice President of Business and Culture at the Media Research Center, Dan Gainor, joined Breitbart News Daily SiriusXM host Alex Marlow on Monday to discuss the latest in media bias, as well as an item he penned for Fox News, “Liberals (and the media) are finally getting the violence they wanted.”

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Brent Bozell Calls on Univision to Drop Jorge Ramos After Anchor Calls on All Journalists to End Impartial Coverage of Trump

Media Research Center president Brent Bozell called on Univision to remove Jorge Ramos from his position after the Latino anchor called on fellow journalists to end their impartial coverage of Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump in an op-ed published in Time Magazine and an appearance Thursday night on Fox News’s Kelly File.

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MSNBC’s Chris Matthews Tells Reporter to ‘Go to Hell’

MSNBC’s Chris Matthews — who famously said he got a “thrill” up his leg listening to President Obama speak — told Media Research Center’s Dan Joseph “to go to hell” when Joseph questioned Matthews about it at the GOP primary debate hosted by CNN in Las Vegas, Nevada on Tuesday.

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Report: GOP Debate Expectations, High Ratings, and More Donald Trump

LAS VEGAS, Nevada — The Media Research Center (MRC) analyzed data from the first four GOP presidential primary debates to predict what the audience should expect for Tuesday’s fifth GOP primary debate, predicting the moderators will try to get candidates to fight with each other and GOP frontrunner Donald Trump will have the most talking time.

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Report: 44 Percent of Debate Questions Reference Donald Trump

SIMI VALLEY, California — GOP presidential frontrunner Donald Trump is ahead in the polls, but a new study shows he dominated the focus of the second GOP presidential primary debate Wednesday evening, as roughly 44 percent of the questions asked of the candidates involved or referenced Trump.

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