“What? What is happening? Like, Trace, we’ve called it,” Smith can be heard saying, off-air
Smith couldn't believe that a Trump lawyer could say the election was still in doubt when Fox News had already called it.
When your lies are so blatantly false that even a host on Fox can't let it go without a correction.
Fox News host Trace Gallagher on Sunday confronted White House spokesperson Alyssa Farah about the decision to hide details about President Donald Trump’s health.
Acting Secretary of Defense Mark Esper was on the receiving end of Fox News reporter Trey Yingst for false claims about the letter of intent to withdraw troops, among other things.
Fox's Shannon Bream and Trace Gallagher report on the vandalism at the Metropolitan Republican Club in New York City, while completely ignoring the gang violence incited by the Proud Boys.
Scott Pruitt, the swampiest Environmental Protection Administration secretary imaginable, has finally resigned while under numerous investigations. Predictably, Pruitt played the victim in his resignation letter and just as predictably, Fox News did its best to help him out.
Megyn Kelly didn’t let a little thing like integrity stand in the way of her vicious grandstanding against Planned Parenthood after a deceptively edited video falsely seemed to portray the organization selling fetus’ body parts.
From April 22, 2009. Shepard Smith explained to the befuddled Trace Gallagher that there was no gray area, no moral relativism when it comes to torture. "We're Americans. We don't fucking torture!", said Smith emphatically. Smith also drew the rather obvious conclusion that if torture was a crime, then there were criminals, and that their names were Bush and Cheney.
Fox News, The Kelly File, June 17, 2014.
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