Anyone who criticizes Trump in any way, friend or foe finds themselves vilified with an unhinged Twitter rant.
What is happening over there on Fox Business? Are they trying to gently ease their viewers into what truth sounds like? Starting with the Mueller report sounds like baptism by fire.
In an interview with Neil Cavuto, Fox's Judicial Analyst Andrew Napolitano discussed why he believed Mueller came to the conclusions he did. The Judge, though, also revealed a new morsel of info about the report.
Only a stupid Congressman would believe Twitter had violated the First Amendment against conservatives because it only applies to government oppression of the people.
Even Fox News' Brian Kilmeade had to admit that even if Twitter was "shadow banning" Rep. Nunes, "It's not illegal."
Trump's favorite inspirational morning TV show did its best to try and paint Chairman Adam Schiff as a liar and get Fox News' senior analyst to back them up as well on Cohen's testimony. He did not.
"Fox and Friends" tried to paint Adam Schiff as a liar "conspiring" with Michael Cohen, but that argument didn't work on Judge Napolitano.
Fox News' Judge Napolitano issued a warning to Trump, take Michael Cohen's testimony seriously because he gave a "field to harvest" for the House Democrats and ' the public has the right to know.'
Andrew Napolitano made clear that Michael Cohen was credible when he testified against Trump because he backed up his testimony with documents
Fox News legal analyst Andrew Napolitano had thoughts on the New York Times report that Trump tried to get a friendlier U.S. Attorney to oversee Michael Cohen's case.
- 1 of 13