Supposedly objective anchor Julie Banderas digressed from her interview with a California Republican congresswoman to gush over Donald Trump’s smear of Florida Democrat Andrew Gillum.
Memo to Eric Trump and Jeanine Pirro: When George W. Bush told the country to carry on as usual after the 9/11 attacks, he was not talking about the Commander in Chief. But that’s what Trump and Pirro pretended as they tried to justify Donald Trump holding a campaign rally the night after 11 people were murdered in a terrorist attack on a temple in Pittsburgh earlier that day.
Shepard Smith points out that the MAGAbomber's acting out from Trump's rhetoric is the "elephant in the room."
According to reports, Megyn Kelly has been hoping to return to Fox News since before the "blackface" debacle - but Fox News doesn’t want her back.
Sean Hannity used the news of multiple assassination attempts against Hillary Clinton and Rep. Maxine Waters as an excuse to double down on his inflammatory smears against them.
Tucker Carlson, who fear mongers about left-wing rhetoric leading to violence, laughed off a pipe bomb sent to right-wing boogeyman George Soros after Donald Trump and other right-wingers began blaming him for the protests against Brett Kavanaugh and then the migrant caravan.
On September 30, Esquire revealed that Rep. Devin Nunes’ (R-CA) family’s farm was deeply dependent on undocumented immigrant labor. Yet immigration-obsessed Tucker Carlson didn’t ask Nunes a single question about that during a friendly interview with Nunes Tuesday night.
We can add Alec Baldwin to the list of Democrats Fox is deceptively quoting to make them seem violent and/or criminal. Apparently, Fox is unable to cover Democrats honestly these days.
Hurricane Michael was one of the strongest hurricanes ever to hit the U.S. but Donald Trump not only couldn’t be bothered to cancel his fundraiser and campaign rally in Erie, Pennsylvania, he found an extra 22 minutes to chitchat with Fox News host Shannon Bream and then another 47 minutes on Fox & Friends the following morning.
Although it was hard to imagine Fox News’ rhetoric getting any more inflammatory or divisive, the network has found a way. Not surprisingly, it’s in sync with Donald Trump.
Charlie Kirk's condescending misogyny is revolting.
With Brett Kavanaugh’s Supreme Court nomination hanging by a thread, apparently there’s nothing too vile regular Fox guest Joseph diGenova can say about Democrats, despite Fox’s recent edict against incendiary comments from guests.
For Governor Matt Bevin, the scandals are the investigations of this completely corrupt administration, not the corruption itself.
Move over police officers, firefighters and service men and women: Fox News guest Candace Owens thinks Kanye West’s publicity stunt at the close of Saturday Night Live made him “one of the bravest men in America.”
Lou Dobbs’ Dangerously Violent Rhetoric: ‘Radical Dimms’ Have ‘Blood Drip From Their Fangs’ And ‘Destroying A Nation’ Opposing Kavanaugh
Although it’s hard to think of anyone who hates America more than Lou Dobbs, he had the unmitigated gall to go on Fox News and use violent imagery to paint Democrats as enemies of America for opposing Brett Kavanaugh’s nomination to the Supreme Court.