Try and watch this without laughing.
"You should be ashamed."
If a producer purchased guns illegally for Katie Couric's "Under the Gun" documentary, where are the guns, and where is the ATF?
"Now he is on @CNN being nasty to me. Not nice!"
Hope Chuck Todd's ready to fill the void.
The "cruel circus" of rumors continues.
Oh! The cruelty!
"Straight up pitiful."
"Shame on you."
"Lowest point for Meet the Press in its history"
David Gregory: But what about Obama?
Who served up the bogus statistic this time? A lowly Daily Kos blogger? A Democratic Underground commenter? No, according to Twitter user @JayCaruso, the incorrect figure was cited this morning by David Gregory, the high-profile moderator of NBC's Meet the Press.
Yes, he did.
Yes, he did.
“Real journalist” David Gregory of NBC may not want his guests to talk about our nation’s fiscal mess, but thank goodness he’s on top of the truly important issues of the day. So damn classy @charlizeTheron — MC Lyte February 25, 2013 A golden moment: Halle Berry greets 9-year-old Quvenzhané Wallis on the...
Sen. John McCain went after NBC host David Gregory for not sharing in his strong desire to find out what the White House's involvement in the attack in Benghazi that killed four Americans.
Paul Ryan made some critical points this morning on NBC's "Meet the Press."
As Twitchy reported Tuesday, teen rapper Chief Keef was taken into custody on a parole violation after officials saw a video of him brandishing a firearm at a gun range. The rapper was on probation for pointing a gun at police officers in 2011, but it looks like the David Gregory rule doesn’t apply to...
“Chief Keef,” for those of you lucky enough not to have ever heard his “music,” is a 17-year-old rapper from Chicago. In 2011, he pointed a gun at police officers and has been on probation ever since. He was taken into custody today for violating probation over a video showing him brandishing a weapon at...
Irvin B. Nathan, the Attorney General of Washington DC, recently announced that David Gregory will not face prosecution for waving a banned high-capacity magazine during a broadcast of “Meet the Press.” Someone who claims to be Nathan began tweeting earlier today: And please not that @DavidGregory has been warned about the consequences if he were to...
In a letter, Attorney General Irvin B. Nathan said that prosecution of Gregory would neither "promote public safety" in Washington nor serve the best interests of D.C.'s citizens.
The Washington Post is reporting that Washington, D.C., police have finished their investigation of David Gregory following his brandishing of a high-capacity ammunition magazine on Meet the Press. The case has been turned over to the District of Columbia’s prosecutorial authorities, who must now decide how aggressively to prosecute their strict gun control laws. So what happens...
David Gregory took to Twitter before and during the show's airing, in a near swoon. Obama 'channels Lincoln,' you see. Plus, he's totally dreamy.
Journalists aren't above the law, Howard Kurtz concedes, but how many people are actually prosecuted for violating D.C.'s gun laws? Fortunately, the Washington Times' Emily Miller, was on hand to do the work that other reporters won't do.
A dime bag? Why not? As long as it’s in the public interest, the law doesn’t apply to journalists, right? Word is that NBC’s David Gregory was planning to be on vacation this Sunday but chose not to pass up the opportunity to interview President Obama on “Meet the Press.” Will the Secret Service be asked to...
As Twitchy reported, Supreme Court Justice Sonia Sotomayor denied Christian-owned Hobby Lobby an injunction to block Obamacare’s contraception mandate. Businesses in violation of the mandate face heavy fines, but that’s a price Hobby Lobby’s owners are willing to pay in order to stand up for their beliefs. Hobby Lobby says it will defy the...
Think the media should follow the same laws as we mere mortals? Quiet down, rabble. Politico's Glenn Thrush explains that David Gregory was "acting in the public interest" when he flouted D.C. gun laws. Nothing to see here. Move along.
“Real journalist” Howard Kurtz is sick and tired of the backlash members of the media are facing as a result of their gun control zealotry. In addition to lamenting the mistreatment of poor Piers Morgan, Kurtz is furiously defending his fellow journo-tool David Gregory in the wake of Gregory’s televised flouting of DC gun laws...