Ari Fleischer

Media jumping off Biden's sinking ship: Ari Fleischer

Former White House press secretary Ari Fleischer joined "The Ingraham Angle" to weigh in on the upcoming midterm elections. ARI FLEISCHER: Yeah, and the danger here from Joe Biden and all Democrats in the House and in the Senate, and why a lot of districts that you thought were going to be safe Democrat are going to be in play this November, is all this is a sign of how depressed the Democratic base is. And what happens Laura, in these first midterm elections, the opposite party is excited, they're ginned up, they can't wait to go vote the bums out of office. And that's the way a lot of people feel about Joe Biden. But the Democrat base is not excited. They were never really excited by Joe Biden to begin with. They just saw him as the alternative to Donald Trump. And now that he's doing so poorly, and you have liberal columnists piling on, it further demoralizes and depresses the Democratic base, leading to a November election which Republicans surge in turnout and Democrats stay home. That compounds all of the Democrat problems. That's why it's likely to be a tsunami in November.
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Ari Fleischer on 'Kilmeade Show': Liberals get hurt the most by 'nonsense' press coverage

Fox News contributor Ari Fleischer said Wednesday White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki and other liberals do not understand the new Florida parental rights law, slamming the liberal media for "making things up" rather than reporting the truth. Fleischer told "The Brian Kilmeade Show" that liberals get hurt the most by the media because they buy into what they are pushing as the truth.

Ari Fleischer blasts media for 'off the charts' bias

Fox News contributor Ari Fleischer revealed the bias present in the media outlets Monday on "Hannity." ARI FLEISCHER: When I watched the coverage of President Trump, who sometimes I agree with, sometimes I disagree with, I was so convinced that the press was so unfair to him that everything they did, everything they reported was done to reverse the results of the 2016 election. And it is not the press's job to engage in that type of behavior. It's the public's job. It's the people's job. They get to decide who the president is. But the press basically decided that both in terms of his personality and policy that he was such a threat to the country that they needed to step in and distort the news, to deceive their readers, to deceive their viewers and suppress news. … The bias is off the charts.

Ari Fleischer on NYC councilwoman's condolences to accused cop killer's family: 'This is the madness we're in'

Fox News contributor Ari Fleischer called out the "madness" of some left-wing politicians Wednesday on "Fox & Friends" after a New York City councilwoman tweeted condolences to the families of two slain NYPD officers, as well as the accused killer. Democrat Socialist Councilwoman Kristin Richardson Jordan has also called for the NYPD to be shut down, calling it a "racist, rogue military force."

Ari Fleischer Invokes Anti-Vaxxer RFK Jr. While Claiming Mandates Are ‘Wrong Approach’ for Getting People Vaccinated

During a panel discussion on Thursday’s Special Report, Fox News contributor Ari Fleischer claimed that vaccine mandates are the “wrong approach” when it comes to raising vaccination rates. He said this despite plenty of evidence to the contrary, and even cited notorious anti-vaccine zealot Robert F. Kennedy Jr as someone who also opposes mandates.

Ari Fleischer Says Biden Running for Re-Election Would Be ‘Kiss of Death For the Democratic Party’

Fox News contributor Ari Fleischer made a bold rationale on Wednesday as it pertained to whether President Joe Biden will run for re-election in 2024. During a segment on The Story With Martha MacCallum about the 2022 midterms and New York Times columnist Bret Stephens’ latest piece, “Biden Should Not Run Again — and He Should Say He Won’t,” Fleischer predicted Biden won’t run for re-election.

Ari Fleischer: Criminals making the ‘rational decision’ to make their money in crime

Former White House press secretary Ari Fleischer joined "America Reports" Friday to discuss what the Biden administration is doing to tackle the crime crisis. ARI FLEISCHER: In a time when so many things feel like they are not going right in America, between COVID and inflation and the bad economy. You add crime to it, on a local level, and boy it’s a palpable sense that people feel like it is just not working. Crime is an instant emotion for most people, and if the situation continues to deteriorate, it will be taken out of government officials. The real problem here is that criminals are sensible. They make a two-part calculation. One, if I commit a crime will I get caught? Two, if I get caught am I going to get put away? If the system is too lax, it is a rational decision for people to make their money and crime. That’s where you need to have tough law enforcement and tough criminal codes.