You have to hand it to Gabler. He's not afraid to call out his network. Neil Gabler of "Fox News Watch" used another one of Malkin's made up scenarios as proof that cable news is failing us. The topic: "Can TV news could provide us with more substance than just images when they cover a story?"
Gabler: We've got 24/7 here on FOX and CNN and MSNBC and all we get most of the time when we're not having reports are opinion mongers. You know, we had Michelle Malkin here on this network denying that Qana even happened. What we need are historians, experts, people who don't just have opinions to dispense, but people who have context to provide. And we can do that if we're not afraid of losing audience.
He's saying that O'Reilly has Malkin on to promote insane ideas--whatever they might be--and the core audience of FOX just loves it. I won't even elaborate on Pinkerton's nonsensical rationale in this clip.
I wonder if Bill O'Reilly will demand Gabler be fired again?