You Won’t Believe Who CBS’s Robert Costa Pleaded With Bill Maher to Stop Teasing – Guess Who He Wants Him to Ridicule Instead!

You Won't Believe Who CBS's Robert Costa Pleaded With Bill Maher to Stop Teasing - Guess Who He Wants Him to Ridicule Instead!
You Won't Believe Who CBS's Robert Costa Pleaded With Bill Maher to Stop Teasing - Guess Who He Wants Him to Ridicule Instead!
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Robert Costa of CBS dropped the ball during his interview with HBO Real-Time host, Bill Maher on Sunday Morning. Maher claimed to be middle-of-the-path when it comes to his political beliefs, saying he speaks for the “normies”. The idea that Maher represents the “vast middle” had conservatives across the nation raising eyebrows.

Let’s get one thing straight, Maher is no more than a shock jock. He takes cheap shots at both sides of the aisle, a fact clearly demonstrated when he suggested that Democrats had bungled their relentless legal attacks on Trump. The point is, he’s no friend to conservatives, but that doesn’t mean he won’t take a swing at Democrats when the opportunity presents itself.

What was astounding about Costa’s approach was his plea for Maher to ease up on his mockery of the Left and focus his attentions squarely on the Right. But wait a minute – why does a perceived imbalance on Maher’s part need correction? Are we not entitled to a variety of perspectives in the media? Surely, the purpose of journalism is to draw attention to all sides of the spectrum, not merely those that align with a particular narrative.

Costa was quick to suggest that Maher’s frustrations with the right were of more concern to him, questioning why he didn’t highlight these more in his show. Maher’s response was that the truth isn’t one-sided. In his view, Democrats are too focused on Trump and take voters for granted. A response that highlighted his belief that the truth isn’t partisan: an ideal not shared by mainstream media networks.

Indeed, Maher tried to paint Trump as a pathological liar and questioned why CBS and other news networks didn’t endorse this view. He cited a report from The Washington Post claiming Trump made over 8,000 false statements during his presidency, a record, according to Maher. Now isn’t it fair to ask why such analysis isn’t applied uniformly across all politicians? Why haven’t we seen a similar lie database for Biden? Yet, Maher was curiously silent on this discrepancy.

Furthermore, Maher applauded Barr’s confirmation that Trump lost the election despite leftist outrage. However, he criticized Barr’s handling of the Mueller Report, accusing him of lying about its contents. Costa, however, failed to question this allegation, a missed opportunity that shows a clear bias. At the height of the collusion case, Democrats were fuming because Barr made the announcement that Trump would not be indicted.

To sum it up, CBS reporter Robert Costa’s interview with Bill Maher highlights a significant issue – the lack of balanced reporting and the urgency to counteract this prevailing partisan narrative. It’s clear from this interview that the media is perpetuating skewed viewpoints – something that we, as an audience, need to critically evaluate. The truth, as Maher admitted, is not one-sided. Perhaps it’s time the media remembers that.

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