The panel on this Saturday's Fox News Watch was discussing the media's reaction to the George Zimmerman verdict and one of their regulars, conservative columnist Cal Thomas, made one of the more ridiculous remarks I've heard from anyone on the subject.
It looks like Howard Kurtz decided to grease the wheels to make his transition to Fox a little easier during his final show on CNN. Nothing like carrying a little water for your new employer on your way out the door.
For anyone who was wondering where Howard Kurtz is going to land next week after he leaves CNN's Reliable Sources, here you go. Starting next week, Kurtz will no longer be hosting the second worst show that proclaims to be a "media watchdog" show, but the absolute worst, Fox News Watch.
Does this move from CNN to Fox News surprise anyone who has followed Kurtz' career?
Never mind the facts, Fox is still pushing the discredited story that the IRS commissioner appointed by George W. Bush supposedly visited the White House 157 times.
While others in the media are finally acknowledging that ABC's big "scoop" on the White House emails turned out to be a pack of lies pushed by Republicans, the scandal-mongering continues at Fox.
On this Saturday's Fox News Watch, the fake Benghazi outrage continued in full force as we approach another round of hearings by Darrell Issa next week.
They just can't stop themselves. This is what a panel discussion on Saturday's Fox News Watch over Chuck Todd trying to monopolize the press pool time in Israel devolves into when regular Jim Pinkerton opens his mouth. Forget the dog whistles, they've just gone straight for the blow horns again.
Fresh off of the heels of the media complaining about their lack of access to President Obama and his golf outing with Tiger Woods and with Chris Wallace complaining that his was the only Sunday show where the new White House Chief of Staff Denis McDonough refused to make an appearance last week, the panel on their Saturday joke of a media watchdog show, Fox News Watch, decided to continue on with the carping with a good portion of the jeering done by one of their faux Democrats, Kirsten Powers.
I've got to wonder if anyone over at Fox ever asked if something Bill Maher or any other left-leaning comedian said on the air was an indication of the rest of the media "coming around" on anything? I would guess the answer to that question is
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