The Daily Show's Jon Stewart took a few shots at Fox's Shepard Smith and his bright, shiny new "Fox News Deck" and reminded his viewers that no one ever thought the problem over at Faux "news" was the technology behind their set designs.
October 10, 2013

The Daily Show's Jon Stewart took a few shots at Fox's Shepard Smith and his bright, shiny new "Fox News Deck" and reminded his viewers that no one ever thought the problem over at Faux "news" was the technology behind their set designs.

I do take offense to Stewart claiming that Smith is somehow a real "newsman." He's not as bad as Hannity, or O'Reilly or the better part of the anchors on there, but he's just as big of a right wing hack as his counterpart Chris Wallace, and the better part of the beltway Villagers that sadly monopolize our corporate media these days.

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