While much of Fox’s Outnumbered panel seemed in shock after Julie Swetnick came forward as the third woman to publicly accuse Brett Kavanaugh of sexual assault, cohost Harris Faulkner was thinking up ways to defend the Supreme Court nominee.
Outnumbered host Harris Faulkner attempts to toss a life preserver to Trump's SCOTUS pick prior to his testimony after a third woman came forward and accused him of sexual assault.
The Fox hosts on Outnumbered were repulsed and disgusted by Donald Trump’s attack on the official Puerto Rico death toll from Hurricane Maria even as Hurricane Florence bore down on North and South Carolina. But the sycophants wasted little time working to mop up at least some of the political damage for Dear Leader by engaging in a bout of bothsidesism.
After some mild criticism of Dear Leader, Trump's cheerleaders on Fox's Outnumbered do their best to give him some Republican rehab after his disgusting tweets about Puerto Rico earlier that day.
Mercedes Schlapp proved the whole "national security" threat claim is bogus nonsense intended to justify stepping on the First Amendment.
Fox Hosts Waste No Time Attacking Michael Cohen After News Of Secret Recordings About Trump And Playboy Model
When news broke today that Michael Cohen, long-time fixer and attorney for Donald Trump, had a secret recording of a discussion about hush money to a Playboy model Trump had had an affair with, Fox’s Outnumbered show went right to work dismissing the news as unimportant and attacking Cohen.
Fox's Outnumbered wasted no time going after Michael Cohen after the news that he recorded discussions with Trump about the hush money he paid for him to cover his affair.
Fox News stacked its Outnumbered panel with five Trump lickspittles and no experts on national security in order to spin today's indictments of 12 Russian intelligence officers accused of hacking the Democratic National Committee – by blaming President Barack Obama.
Fox News host Harris Faulkner argued on Monday that President Donald Trump’s former personal lawyer Michael Cohen is no longer “credible” after he suggested that he would cooperate with investigators.
Fox News host Harris Faulkner started right in on Michael Cohen after he made moves toward ending his defense of Donald Trump.
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