Even though Megyn Kelly clearly disagreed with Donald Trump’s anti-American demand that flag burners should be prosecuted and/or stripped of citizenship, she nonetheless offered a friendly forum for a Trump supporter – and attorney, no less – to equate flag-burning protest with arson and to suggest that kind of dissent should be squelched.
Dr. Ben Carson doubled down on his claim that having zero experience in housing policy is any impediment to his serving as Secretary of the Housing And Urban Development Department.
A Trump surrogate tries to lie his way out of originally wanting Trump to arrest Hillary Clinton.
Underneath the sheer jaw-droppingness of Megyn Kelly’s confrontation with Newt Gingrich Wednesday night on The Kelly File, there are some significant indicators about the state of the 2016 race, Republicans and Fox News.
What a coincidence that on the day when CNN reported Donald Trump was angry with aides and advisers acknowledging to reporters he lost the first presidential debate, adviser Mike Flynn, a retired general, got four minutes of friendly Fox News air time to declare that Trump was a big winner.
Fox News’ Mike Huckabee seemed to think that Donald Trump’s hideous birtherism was no biggie because he wasn’t a politician and, anyway, how dare African Americans call him a racist?
With Fox News host Chris Wallace’s credibility as a legitimate debate moderator coming under question, Fox cued up Megyn Kelly to defend him.
The Sheriff of Milwaukee craps all over the bereaved mothers of murdered Black children, victims of gun violence.
Clarke pegs the irony meter
Katrina Pierson is schooled by Jose Antonio Vargas for talking about millions of people as if they were property.
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