May 3, 2016

Sarah P covered this video earlier today, but there is so much to roll your eyes over in this clip.

They're discussing how ISIS is recruiting more terrorists using the internet.

Kennedy says that it's like Donald Trump getting more followers without spending a lot of money, ISIS is doing the same thing, but of course she's not making an ideological connection between Trump and ISIS:

This is not making a metaphor ideologically, but Donald Trump using technology to further his Presidential campaign, while spending very little money, ISIS has done essentially the same thing.

Check out the laser beam eyes on co-host Harris Falkner at the 0:37 mark.. Code red! Mr. Ailes will not be pleased!

But then Kennedy gets to the all-important Fox News Meme of the Day. We know for a fact that the suits upstairs at Fox instruct all the shows to push the same few lines of propaganda each day. (That's worth the click if you haven't read it before.)

The death of Bin Laden has done nothing to tamp down Islamic Jihad.

It's the five-year anniversary of Obama and Seal Team Six finding and killing Osama Bin Laden. Whether or not you think that was the appropriate response, we all know that if George W. Bush had ordered that kill as commander in chief, Fox News would be celebrating the anniversary with a "cake and sparklers graphic" all day long.

It appears the word on high from Roger Ailes is, "since we now have ISIS anyway the death of Osama Bin Laden didn't fix terrorism so nevermind." They don't ever mention that it was Obama who got him AND um, duh, Bin Laden was the orchestrator of the 9/11 worst terrorist attack ever on American soil.

I guess 9/11 wasn't worth bringing its perpetrators to justice unless it was to invade the wrong country.

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