2018 Pulitzer Prize Winners Announced: Collection Of Far-Left Hacks, Anti-Trump Activists, And Social Justice Warriors
Despite 2017 being a banner year for conservative media and conservative journalism, you’ll notice one major pattern with the announcement of the 2018 Pulitzer Prizes: conservatives need not apply.
Nearly every category was won by a far leftist news source or far left individual. Nearly all organizations that won, The New York Times and Washington Post among them, are fully staffed by individuals who don’t just hate the President but have been tirelessly working to discredit the Administration and flood the media cycle with far-left anti-conservative propaganda. You also have Ryan M. Kelly, a photographer who attended the “Unite the Right” rally in Charlottesville (a goldmine for the progressive dogmas) and Andrew Sean Greer, a gay man who has been a vocal mouthpiece for SJW causes since he entered the scene. And then, out of nowhere, you have Kendrick Lamar who won for his “virtuosic” (their words, not ours) album titled “DAMN.”
That’s right. Kendrick Lamar. The “musician” who made a recent career of vitriolically attacking the President and anyone else who actually believes in American values. Breitbart writer Jerome Hudson wrote a wonderful breakdown of a few of these “genius” tracks on Lamar’s album:
On the first track, “Blood,” Lamar takes a swipe by sampling audio of two Fox News reporters reciting anti-police lyrics from his Black Lives Matter anthem “Alright” — “‘And they hate popo’…ugh, I don’t like it’” — which he performed standing atop a police car at the 2015 BET Awards.
The second song, “DNA,” sees another Fox News audio sampling: “Hip-hop has done more damage to young African Americans than racism in recent years.”Lamar takes aim at Geraldo Rivera on the third song, “YAH,” noting that his niece watched the Fox correspondent criticizing her famous uncle.
The Grammy-winner doubled down on politics on “LUST,” recounting the feeling of watching the news in the hopes that Donald Trump had not won the election.
“We all woke up, tryna tune to the daily news
Lookin’ for confirmation, hopin’ election wasn’t true
All of us worried, all of us buried and the feeling’s deep
None of us married to his proposal, make us feel cheap
Stealed and sad, distraught and mad, tell the neighbor ‘bout it
Think they agree, parade the streets with your voice profit”
This is not the first year that liberal bias has plagued the awards. Last year, Media Bias Fact Check found that the 2017 awards were overwhelming presented to those on the left.