Fox Nation, according to their mission, "is committed to the core principles of tolerance, open debate, civil discourse, and fair and balanced coverage of the news." What's really funny is that, despite this claim of "balanced" news coverage, the anonymous "journalists" of Fox Nation accuse a real journalist, Joe Klein, of being either "dumb" or a "liar" because his version of the events in Benghazi conflict with GOP talking points. Klein, a graduate of the U of Pennsylvania and former Guggenheim fellow, writes for Time Magazine and is a member of the Council of Foreign Relations. So stupid? Hardly. As far as being a liar, he was giving his opinion about a situation about which we still don't have all the answers. But obviously Fox Nation does; but unlike Fox News, they can't just stop the speech; but rather, defame the speaker.
Update: Fox Nation has changed the title of their piece to "Scarborough vs. Klein on Susan Rice." Wonder Why?!
“Ambassador Chris Stevenâs never asked for me security”
They fixed the headline but no one noticed this.
I have read where all the letters concerning more security is billshite also.
They (Fox) have also claimed that it took over an hour for a response to a call for help, when it is well documented that help arrived 25 min. later. And by the way. This was an interview by MSNBC. I hate to parse guilt here but Fox only jumped on a ‘Liberal Media’ (in their words) outlet to boost their F&B credentials. Which is easy when someone who agrees with your distortions on another network shares in your neurosis/psychosis. It’s kind of a ‘SEE I told you so.’ thingy.
This is another article where screen capture images of the topic would make the case by itself.
It is not the first time, and it won’t be the last, those a-holes at the Fox Hate Nation re-write a headline into something more incendiary to get their mob salivating.
Just like their ilk at the other wingnut sewers do “reporting” news.
In this case, the Fox Hate Nation piled on what HotAir excreted. One day before.