I can find plenty, the fact you've asked me means you either can't or that you think it's a valid tactic in trying to brow beat an argument. Study after study has shown bias in the media, on both sides. It's idiotic to think that the media doesn't lie, or that it is a recent phenomenon. The papers have lied for decades. As for the Dr Ford testimony, I saw no evidence to support her claims. I believe that she certainly could have experienced an assault, but the evidence was insufficient to support her claims. Innocence until proven guilty is the standard, and we can't deviate from that at all. Should we deviate from it, we invite chaos into our judicial systems. Mr Carlson's home was attacked, and the door was reportedly damaged. There are still people protesting outside his home. How about this? "The group known as “Smash Racism DC” on social media posted a video of their antics on Twitter, which had since been deleted by the site. But the video could still be found on Facebook. In the video, radical leftist agitators can be heard threatening Carlson and his family by chanting: “Tucker Carlson, we will fight! We know where you sleep at night!” Why are you so ideologically obsessed with a good guy/bad guy mentality? Good and bad exist on both sides. To ignore one in favour of the other is intellectually lazy.