Scotland Yard is investigating what they consider a terrorist incident by a knife wielding man in front of Parliament.
Sean Hannity used Fox News prime time to join Donald Trump in smearing the Republican judge who dared stay his "Muslim ban."
It certainly didn't take long for CNN to back down from their decision not to have her on their shows.
Fox News' Shepard Smith blasted the Trump administration for using alternative facts to claim the media doesn't cover terrorist attacks enough. "What they're saying is not true, again. Why bother?"
Fox News' Bill Hemmer refuted Kellyanne Conway's claims that the media doesn't cover terrorist attacks enough and Trump's adviser was forced to agree.
Sen. Jeff Sessions fearmongers over the possibility of more terrorist attacks following the attack at a Florida nightclub which left at least 20 people dead and over 40 injured at the time of this airing.
Conservative actor Kevin Sorbo argued that New Yorkers were "looking to be offended" by Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX), and that "anybody" would have responded the same way to the 9/11 terrorist attacks.
Fox News, The Kelly File, Jan. 7, 2014. Fox's Megyn Kelly and Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell pile onto the "political correctness" meme and attack President Obama for not calling the shooting at Charlie Hebdo’s offices an act of terrorism quickly enough to suit them and for supposedly not using the terms jihad and Islamic extremists.
The agency, President Obama, and members of Congress have all said NSA spying programs have thwarted more than 50 terrorist plots. But there's no evidence the claim is true.
It seems Obama advisor David Plouffe is about as tired of hearing the type of hyperbolic, over the top attacks from Romney attack dog Rudy Giuliani as I am. Giuliani was out there over the weekend, calling for President Obama to resign, continuing
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