Fox Still Working "Oathgate" Theory

(h/t Ben at Media Matters)

We covered this story Tuesday morning and sure enough, the band of morons on Fox & Friends continued to push the debunked theory - that because Chief Justice John Roberts flubbed part of the oath of office (oaf of office?) during Tuesday's inauguration, President Obama just might not be the president after all. More from Media Matters:

During Fox News' inauguration coverage, Chris Wallace stated, "I'm not sure that Barack Obama really is the president of the United States, because the oath of office is set in the Constitution." Wallace later claimed, "I wasn't at all convinced that ... John Roberts ever got it out straight and that Barack Obama ever said the prescribed words." On Fox & Friends the following day, Fox News repeatedly aired video of the oath flub, and Gretchen Carlson asked of Obama, "Is he really president," and went on to claim, "Because there was a flub in the oath of office." However, numerous experts, including one quoted later on Fox & Friends, have reportedly said that an incorrect recitation of the oath is insignificant. Read on...


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