Trump's cheerleaders on his favorite morning show defend the indefensible when Geraldo Rivera challenges the administration's latest move which could detain migrant families indefinitely.
Trump's favorite morning show conveniently managed to ignore the fact that Fred Trump was sued for housing discrimination when they mentioned his "connections" to Ohio.
The Fox & Friends host seemed none too happy with Trump for reversing at the last minute on air strikes on Iran.
Oh, please. Fox & Friends did not do "the right thing" in this case, and it was not "forced ... into a rare correction."
This is how they roll: first they put on a town hall and the audience loves it. The next day is spent tearing down that candidate from the crack of dawn to midnight.
Sen. Josh Hawley (R-MO) and host Steve Doocy advanced the GREAT BIG LIE that Democrats support infanticide, a lie that has been a featured propaganda meme of late on Fox.
Citing liberal bias, she and the Fox and Friends crew want the government to regulate Twitter and Facebook.
The NRA Spokesperson complained about social media platforms like Twitter and Facebook regulating their own content to exclude violence and hate speech, which shuts hateful conservatives out of a platform.
Georgia’s passage of an anti-abortion bill has ignited calls for a film industry boycott of the state, but never fear, Fox & Friends is giving Georgia a helping hand.
What is Rep. Jim Jordan so afraid of in the Mueller report?
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