Fox News harbored sexual harasser Bill O'Reilly, whose offensive show pandered to the gaggle of dopes his former network still attracts. The pre-2016 presidential election segment featuring correspondent Jesse Watters going to New York's Chinatown to denigrate and ridicule the Asian-American people living there, and the Daily Show's Ronny Chieng's response, was revisited recently in this current time of hate received by Asians. — Read the rest
Fox News is the latest entity to be served with a complaint that it defamed Dominion Voting after Trump's defeat in the 2020 election. The corporation joins other august personages such as Mike "MyPillow" Lindell, Rudy Giuliana, and Sidney Powell (who is defending herself against the suit by claiming "no reasonable person" would believe what she says). — Read the rest
Vice President Harris is not in the military chain of command. She's a civilian and it would be tantamount to stolen valor if she did salute members of the United States armed forces.
That doesn't matter to Fox News, always on the lookout for ways to whip their mini-brained viewers into a frothy fit. — Read the rest
Ben Carson hates consequence culture so much that he penned a poem in the vein of Dr. Seuss to complain about it. If Trump was still in office is there any doubt Carson would have ended up with the United States Poet Laureateship? — Read the rest
After the communists chuck former US presidents down the memory hole, they'll go after your beloved "characters" from the Bible (Og! — Read the rest
Ted Cruz took an awfully short vacation to Cancun, Mexico while his constituents are without power and water and literally dying of the cold. Cruz and his family reportedly left just yesterday, yet a flight upgrade list (which shows the first letter of a passenger's first name and the last three letters of their last name) indicates an "R. — Read the rest
Cancel culture has come for Fox News' Lou Dobbs, whose show was today suddenly axed at the right-wing broadcaster.
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According to the Los Angeles Times, Dobbs "remains under contract at Fox News but he will in all likelihood not appear on the company's networks again."Dobbs,
Alpha Trumpanzee Lou Dobbs is out at Fox News. The network canceled the 75-year-old conspiracy monger's long-running show after he and Fox got hit with a $2.7 billion defamation lawsuit filed by the election technology company Smartmatic.
From The New York Times:
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The electronic voting systems maker Smartmatic on Thursday sued Rupert Murdoch's Fox News, and Trump attorney Rudolph Giuliani. The lawsuit claims both the right-wing TV network and the famously frenetic lawyer falsely accused Smartmatic of rigging the 2020 U.S. presidential election in favor of Joe Biden. — Read the rest
Election tech company Smartmatic is suing the Fox Corporation, Fox News, Fox anchors Lou Dobbs, Maria Bartiromo, and Jeanine Pirro, Rudolph W. Giuliani, and Sidney Powell for participating in a "conspiracy to defame and disparage Smartmatic and its election technology and software," according to a 276-page complaint filed today. — Read the rest
Fox News personalities have an extraordinarily short memory and also think you do too. Thanks to the Daily Show you don't even have to put your recollections to work, they show just how manipulative and biased the trolls of Fox News are–again–for the millionth time. — Read the rest
Bioware's 2011 game Mass Effect 2 features Jack, a woman who hints at pansexual relationships but will only romance the player if they're playing a man. It's because they removed the option in fear of a conservative media backlash. [thegamer.com]
Here's the game's writer Brian Kindregan, interviewed by Cian Maher:
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"Mass Effect had been pretty heavily and really unfairly criticized in the US by Fox News, which at the time… maybe more people in the world thought that there was a connection between reality and what gets discussed on Fox News," Kindregan continues.
Acyn Torabi, who captured this clip from Jeanine Pirro's show on Fox News tonight, is probably right when he says Trump may end up retweeting Jeanine's monologue attacking AG Bill Barr.
Fox News and the parents of slain Democratic National Committee employee Seth Rich confirm they have reached a settlement today.
No public apology and no financial or other details offered.
The parents of 27-year-old Seth Rich said in their lawsuit against Fox News that the cable news company exploited their son's death. — Read the rest
Just when you thought you had Fox News and all of its minions pegged as soulless Trumpian robots honest, actual reporting has been oozing out of the right-leaning network. Example: Neil Cavuto cutting away from Kayleigh McEnany's lie-ridden press conference. — Read the rest
"Whoa, whoa, whoa, I just think we have to be very clear," says host Neil Cavuto. "She's charging that the other side is welcoming fraud and welcoming illegal voting. Unless she has more details to back that up, I can't in good countenance continue showing you this." — Read the rest
Rudy Giuliani says he offered the New York Post his "Hunter Biden's Laptop" story because he knew it would run it without looking into it. What he didn't say is that he already knew who wouldn't run it: Fox News. — Read the rest
"We have to look at the timeline," and "fog of war." Sound familiar? I don't understand why the news networks bother to interview Trump's obfuscating apparatchiks, other than for the black humor value.
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"Why not level with the American people, Steve?"
In an election season featuring two septuagenarians and a week where Donald Trump (in his self-incriminating way) accused rival Joe Biden of taking performance-enhancing drugs, it stands to reason that "mental soundness" would end up a question on polls. Fox News found that Biden leads Trump on "mental soundness" by four points, reflecting his five-point lead in voting intentions. — Read the rest
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Addressing the story on his show on Thursday night, Dobbs, one of Donald Trump's favorite Fox hosts, said Bannon "was arrested this morning, not by the FBI or US Marshals but by inspectors of the US Postal Service while Bannon was cruising aboard a mega yacht, owned by a Chinese billionaire.