'Does That Kill Childhood?' Fox & Friends Has Dumbest Segment Yet Over Female Thomas The Tank Engine
The weekend hosts of 'Fox & Friends' argued over whether female "Thomas the Tank" characters "kill childhood" by injecting politics into the lives of children.
Fox and Friends refuses to understand how comedy works unless it only mocks the left.
What’s more hypocritical than Fox & Friends accusing Hillary Clinton of hypocrisy over Harvey Weinstein and Donald Trump? Calling on a guy like Corey Lewandowski to help them do it.
The yappers on this Sunday's Fox & Friends were none too happy with Saturday Night Live for their segment depicting White House counsel Kellyanne Conway as Pennywise the clown in Stephen King's "It."
There are plenty of reasons to be concerned about the Trump administration’s ability to handle Hurricane Harvey but to Fox News Trumpster Harris Faulkner, safe inside a New York studio, there’s nothing not to love in advance.
Golden rule over on Fox "news": You're only allowed to give your two cents on the military or national security if you're a Republican.
Right wing radio host David Webb tells Fox & Friends host Pete Hegseth and his fellow guest Krystal Ball that Sen. Elizabeth Warren is one of the last people he would ever take national security advice from after she questioned Trump's policy after the military dropped the MOAB in Afghanistan.
On Fox News’ totally fair and balanced panel of five conservatives and no liberals, there was only one person, Meghan McCain, who didn’t seem thrilled to pieces with Donald Trump's choice of Rex Tillerson to be secretary of state. The rest of the group spent most of the time trying to argue down her concerns.
Tucker Carlson and David Webb pretend that an Executive Order to implement gun sense measures means HRC will repeal the Second Amendment.
Tucker and radio host David Webb base their segment on the false premise that Hillary wants to repeal the 2nd Amendment when she simply wants common sense gun control.
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