The NRA corruption cited in New York’s lawsuit against the organization is shocking, but a Fox News panel seemed just fine with it because they thought it good news for Republicans in November.
On Outnumbered, Fox News' Chris Wallace shot down Trump apologist Mollie Hemmingway's ridiculous assertion that health officials haven't expressed concerns over the spread of coronavirus at the protests across the country in order to justify Trump holding his MAGA rallies.
Does Donald Trump think it “questionable” for Abraham Lincoln to have freed the slaves? Or that it was “questionable” to fight the Civil War?
Fox host Harris Faulkner worked to validate a White House lie about antifa providing bricks to George Floyd protesters. When guest Jessica Tarlov factchecked the lie, Faulkner cut her off, saying, “I want someone else.”
Democrat Marie Harf threw some very cold water on Fox News’ gushing over Donald Trump’s profane publicity stunt in front of St. John’s Church.
Fox "news" has gotten their marching orders from Dear Leader to hammer home that it's antifascists, rather than white supremacist groups that are inciting all of the violence at the protests erupting around the country, and now they're encouraging their viewers to take the law into their own hands.
Fox continues to attack Democrats for supposedly not being able to walk and chew gum at the same time as they downplay investigating the firing of yet another Inspector General (the FOURTH in six weeks) as just more partisan bickering.
Dr. Marty Makary explains why widespread testing is mostly useful at the beginning of a pandemic for the purposes of contact tracing.
A doctor who thinks testing for the coronavirus is overblown received a prominent role today during Outnumbered.
The Fox host tells Harris Faulkner Trump's initial "rollout" on testing looked impressive, but was a complete dud as he ended up leaving it to the governors.
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