ABC News slammed for Joy Behar's attack on Mike Pence's Christian faith
ABC is facing mounting criticism after its panelists on “The View” mocked Vice President Mike Pence's Christian faith. Detractors of “The View” are focusing on the fact that ABC News, which claims to be a unbiased broadcast news operation, oversees such a naked partisan program with a “token” conservative.
The women of “The View” took a
Sunny Hostin said it's “interesting” that former White House staffer Omarosa Manigault Newman recently said that Pence was the first time that Pence was a “mental”. talks to Jesus Joyin said, “It's one thing to talk to Jesus.” It's another thing when you talk to you … that's called mental illness. “
ABC News paints itself as a fair news organization but its longtime slogan,” See the Whole Picture, “often” The View, ” According to many critics.
“It has become jarring how the fixated the show is on politics and how slanted the table is,” Mediaite columnist Joseph Wulfsohn said Fox News.
Wulfsohn said it's ABC News' that having four outspoken liberals and a single “token” conservative is “profitable” but the decision is “a great disservice” by marginalizing the view of roughly half the country.
The Hill Media columnist Joe Concha thinks “It will be wise
“It's a pure opinion and infotainment program and so should be under its entertainment division,” Concha said Fox News.
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Starnes added that “if listening the voice God means you are mentally insane” then he himself is crazy.  “If ABC News wants to be an anti-Christian bigot – that is their business,” he wrote.
Pence himself did not appreciate the comments and slammed ABC News Wednesday on C-SPAN.
“To have ABC maintain a broadcast platform that compared Christianity to mental illness is just wrong,” Pence said. [1 9659005] Jeffrey McCall, a media analyst and DePauw University professor, told Fox News that it is about that “The View” falls under ABC's news division.
“It would seem the news division of a major broadcast network should not be a programming content that is clearly partisan. The show should be exported to the entertainment division, if only to maintain some journalistic integrity for the news division, “McCall said.
Ironically,” The View “has emerged as the most prominent broadcast of ABC News, whose programming is otherwise been in steep decline, battling declining ratings and relevance. At the same time, ABC News' oversight of “the view,” which has taken over 2014, has been criticized for “Keystone cops management,” according to one ABC Insider, resulting in the hosts of the “Game of Thrones” style feud, multi firings and behind the scenes turmoil
The Media Research Center emailed supporters on Thursday morning with a message titled, “Do not let ABC get away with this.” The email reiterates the negative comments made by Behar and Hostin and states, “We need to stand up against These bullies and bigots and let them know that we will not stand for such disgraceful and prejudiced behavior. “
The MRC said that” religious bigotry and hypocrisy can not and will not be tolerated “and even posted the phone number to contact ABC News executives with complaints.
“Take a minute and call ABC now and let them know that this anti-Christian bias is dangerous and deeply offensive,” the MRC told subscribers.
ABC News, part of the reliably liberal Disney ABC Television Group, has been accused of veering left on a regular basis. ABC News reporter Brian Ross famously helped spur a 350-point drop in the Dow Jones Industrial Average in December after he reported wrongly on live television that fired National Security Advisor Michael Flynn will testify that Trump had ordered him to contact with Russians about foreign policy While Trump was still a candidate.
Ross released a correction, and was then suspended for a month without pay. He was later demoted to a spotless role at ABC News' Beleaguered Lincoln Square Productions In fact, Concha pointed out that Behar embarrassed ABC News by parroting Ross' report on the day of the error.
“A floor director, literally walked it out to Behar, who read it without scrutinizing the lead verbatim. The story blew up before being 'clarified' and finally corrected. ABC's Chief Global Affairs Correspondent Martha Raddatz of Crying on Election Night, which is the veteran journalist. denied The network's chief anchor, former President Bill Clinton Communications Director George Stephanopoulos, did not disclose a substantial donation to the Clinton Foundation in 2015 and was forced to retreat from the presidential debates.
ABC News comment for requests promptly.
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