In addition to doing Sundays with Fr. Jonathan Morris, Fox & Friends features Thursdays with Michelle Malkin, a segment during which Ms. Malkin treats the viewers to her patented eye popping, lip curling, and toxic commentary. She hates those, especially the president, who don't conform to her radical right wing world view. We get it. This morning, she droned (badaboom) on about what she feels is Obama's and the mainstream media's hypocrisy regarding drone policy. After that little rant she moved on to smear Chris Rock, Jamie Foxx, and Sandra Fluke for what she perceives is delusional Obama worship. While her criticisms of Rock and Foxx (scary black men who admire the president!) were based on actual quotes, her statement about Fluke appears to be fabricated out of nothing more than Michelle's unhinged mind. Ah, don't ya love the smell of crazy in the morning!
After the drone segment, Steve Doocy mentioned that comedian Chris Rock was present at a "recent" gun control rally. He didn't explain that yesterday's gun control rally was at the Capitol and attended by actors, Tony Bennett, some congressional reps, survivors of shootings, health officials, and some clergy. He didn't mention that the rally was led by "Mayors Against Illegal Guns." Video was shown of Chris Rock saying that "the president of the United States is our boss; but he's also, you know, the president and the First Lady are kinda like the mom and the dad of the country and when your dad says something, you listen." The chyron asked "Who's Your Daddy, Chris Rock: The President Is Our Boss and Dad." Interestingly and probably not coincidentally, Rock's comments were the topic of a thread on yesterday's Fox Nation. Not surprisingly, it elicited all manner of racist comments from the racist citizens of a "nation" that's "devoted to those who oppose intolerance."
Doocy asked Malkin if Rock's comment is true. Doing her patented eye roll, she said that this was "a bizarre little appearance" because Rock didn't mention gun control policy at all. More eye rolling as she compared it to a hostage video. If Doocy had played the full tape, she, and the audience, would have heard Chris Rock say that he wasn't going "to say much" because "everybody else is far better at this than me." He continued that he was there "to support" the President. The venue was about gun control so the type of support that Rock was offering, to the president, is obvious. Duh...
She continued her attack on Rock by saying that "maybe it's dawning on him, in some sector of his brain that this is not good for his career." (Hey Michelle, somehow I doubt he has a lot of fans among Second Amendment fanatics). Never wasting an opportunity to insult the president, she said she doesn't know any dads who wear "mom jeans." The crew on the curvy couch giggled about that comedic styling. She continued to pontificate: More importantly we have Chris Rock treating Obama as his father, Sandra Fluke treating Obama as her" (she virtually spit out the word)" boyfriend, and Jamie Foxx who said, during the campaign that Obama was our lord and savior. These people need group therapy, is what they need." Brian Kilmeade said "right."
After Doocy read Bruce Willis' pro-gun comments about how if anything is done to alter what's in the Bill of Rights, all our rights will eventually be taken away, Malkin flashed a big grin and said "a little common sense from tinsel town."
While the gang provided context (such as it was) for Rock, there was no explanation for the remarks about Foxx and Fluke. Foxx, a comedian, made his comments as part of a performance at the Soul Train awards. Not surprisingly, he was roundly trashed by the Catholic League's Bill Donohue and a plethora of Christian, right wing websites. But the thing about Fluke is what is really "bizarre" because as far as I can tell she never made that kind of statement. Maybe Malkin is mixing her up with "Girls" star, Lena Dunham who made a pro-Obama campaign commercial in which she did a satire about how voting for Obama was like the first time you have sex - which, of course, offended conservatives.
If anybody needs therapy, it's Malkin who, after Meghan McCain tweeted supportive messages about Sandra Fluke, went on a "manic rampage" against McCain. It's also those who think that a Kenyan born, Marxist, Muslim, Anti-Christ president is trying to take their guns. And of course, it should go without saying that it's those who believe what they hear on Fox News!
Chris Rock, Jamie Foxx and, Sandra Fluke think Michelle Malkin is “Who???”