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House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) takes questions at her weekly news conference with Capitol Hill reporters at the Capitol in Washington, D.C., July 22, 2021. (Elizabeth Frantz/Reuters)

Two days ago, Nancy Pelosi said the quiet part loud.

When asked by a reporter whether Democrats have failed to convince the public that $3.5 trillion in social spending is necessary, Pelosi responded, “Well I think you all could do a better job of selling it, to be very frank with you, because every time I come here I go through the list: medical leave, climate, the issues that are in there.”

Now, more than ever, we are beginning to see what state-run media would look like in America. It ain’t pretty:

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New York Times Falsely Labels NYC Gifted Classes ‘Racially Segregated’

To make matters worse, our own Jim Geraghty explained yesterday how American news organizations have turned a blind eye to Biden’s utter failure in Afghanistan. Not us!

And this morning, Charlie Cooke argued that Biden’s minions in the press have enabled his blatant abuse of power by running cover for him and hoping the rest of us might not notice.

We at National Review are exposing and standing up to that hypocritical, liberal media apparatus, boldly declaring the truth without regard for person or interest and holding our leaders in Washington to account. Today, I am asking you to help us continue that charge by donating to our Fall webathon.

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