Just as cohost Dagen McDowell poked holes in Fox’s picture of Donald Trump as COVID relief-package superhero, swooping in to save struggling Americans while Congress deadlocked, suddenly the segment was all out of time.
GOP Rep turned Fox contributor Jason Chaffetz accuses Democrats of wanting the extra unemployment benefits in their first covid bill to expire to help them in the midterm election, followed by his fellow panel members accusing them of wanting to damage the economy.
Melissa Francis doubts the "efficacy" of staying home to prevent spread of COVID-19, especially if it means sacrificing the economy.
Fox "news" continues to question the guidance of the experts and what Americans should be doing during the coronavirus pandemic.
Fox News has criminal justice solved: Boil it down to violent and nonviolent offenders. Never mind breaches of public trust.
Lisa Boothe was especially adamant that there are only two kinds of crimes -- violent and nonviolent. Violation of the public trust to these shills is a non-factor.
Jessica Tarlov and Dagen McDowell got into a spat after Tarlov rightly observed that Trump surrounds himself with criminals and sleazeballs.
Dagen McDowell lost her temper after Jessica Tarlov pointed out that Trump "surrounded himself with criminals."
Jessica Tarlov laid down some facts about Tuesday's impeachment activity, which lit up every other panelist
Jessica Tarlov ticked off all the reasons that her fellow panelists' smears of Alexander Vindman were out of line and unwarranted. Her fellow panelists were not amused.
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