Fox's Jedediah Bila didn't bother to inform her audience that the "Job Creators Network" is just a front for a Mercer-backed lobbying group representing millionaires, billionaires and lots of big businesses and wealthy constituents.
Fox & Friends hosted the "Job Creators Network" CEO Alfredo Ortiz to push for school reopenings, but didn't bother to tell their audience he represents a Mercer-backed lobbying group that represents every big business and chamber of commerce across the country.
FreedomWorks, one of the astroturf groups created in the previous decade primarily to not let a Black president create anything nice for this country, would like to get some of that taxpayer funded "free cash" small business bail-out money.
Keith Olbermann calmly and irrefutably provides the reasons for the removal of our 45th POTUS, who was installed in America's first coup d'état.
Conservative, Heidi Harris cries foul that anti-Trumpers are paid to protest. Reid reminds her the Tea Party protesters were also paid professionals.
How did this happen? Where did the insolent rabble learn such disrespect for the Republican Party?
As we already saw with the "class act" of Dana Loesch's husband Chris and Fox contributor Steven Crowder and their sorry, racist excuse for what's supposed to pass for a "rap" video, the real wingnuttery at CPAC this year was with the panel segments
Here's to hoping they do it again. From TPM -- Lugar: Tea Party In 2010 ‘Killed Off’ Chance For Republican Senate: Sen. Richard Lugar (R-IN) appeared Sunday on CNN’s State of the Union, with an important message for Republicans on
Karl Rove Admits That 'Tea Party' Candidates Are Just Republicans That Have Already Held Elective Office
I think Karl Rove just let one slip during this interview with Fox's Greta Van Susteren on Friday night. While discussing Herman Cain's latest rise in the polls and whether he has the organization in place to turn those poll numbers into voters
Looks like Fox has found themselves another "Joe the Plumber" wanna-be. While filling in for Neil Cavuto, Fox's Eric Bolling brought in the Pittsburgh Tea Party Patriot's Dale "the electrician" McCoy to trash President Obama's proposed jobs bill
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