The three co-hosts of Fox And Friends have made Donald Trump their most welcomed and comfortable guest while indulging in infantile fantasies when attacking Hillary Clinton.
During a segment earlier this morning, Steve Doocy, Ainsley Earhardt, and Brian Kilmeade wen toff on several Clinton conspiracies. They dived deep into a supposed leaked email from Huma Abedin that they portend to show that Hillary Clinton is not well "in the head" in an effort to back up the Hillary health deniers claims she's unfit to be president on medical grounds.
Steve Doocy was happy to pass along another shocking Ed Klein story about Hillary's health scare at the White House.
Doocy said, "She had a terrible coughing fit that would not stop. They called in the white house physician. Mr. and Mrs. Obama very concerned about Hillary's health."
That Ed Klein sure has incredible sources.
After spending several minutes painting Hillary sick in the head, Doocy said, "We don't know," and Kilmeade said, "That is a huge mystery."
The only mystery is how far will these three will slide into Donald Trump's undies to support him?
Then Kilmeade got into the action by feigning anger because Hillary, a Cubs fan when to an Adele concert instead of dutifully sitting in front of her television set and watch the Cubs v Indians World Series game.
Brian said, "By the way, if you want to know what Hillary Clinton was doing when game one -- because she's such a big Cubs fan. 'everyone, quiet down, leave me alone, I got to watch the game.' Or go see Adele. Which one?"
He continued, "How big a Cubs fan are you if you make your whole crew go to see Adele? You find a sports bar, a Friday's, whatever. Go watch the game. You can't pretend to be a Cubs fan and go to see Adele!"
My God! How dare Hillary go see one of the great pop singers of this generation!!!
You sit there and watch the damn game, beatch!!!
Then Doocy jumped in and said, "She pretended she is a Yankees fan when she was really a Cubs fan, so she can pretty much do anything."
Just for the record, the GOP jumped on this and here's what Hillary said about the two baseball teams.
But as the GOP.com post reminds us with some research, Clinton — who grew up in a suburb of Chicago — had mentioned during her 2000 New York Senate campaign that she also rooted for the Yankees. In 2014, she said she had become a fan of the Pinstripes“because it was just too hard being a Cubs fan.”
There's no conspiracy there. Can't these Fox News anchors read?
I know a few Cubs fans who gave up completely on the Chicago franchise.
Since I've lived in Los Angeles for many years, I root for the Dodgers, even though the Yanks are my favorite team. Shocker, I know! I must be pretending...
These three are the most simple-minded of talk show hosts out there.