Although Fox & Friends received widespread criticism for airing a four-minute, blatantly anti-Obama video that was more Romney-campaign material than anything close to news, and although Fox suits pulled the video from its website and disavowed the video by blaming the associate producer, there was no word of apology or explanation regarding the controversy from the curvy couch this morning.
As Media Matters wrote in its post noting the omission:
The video, which was loaded with misleading attacks on President Obama's economic record, drew widespread criticism. Baltimore Sun television critic David Zurawik wrote that "[a]ny news organization that puts up this kind of video is rotten to the core." The Associated Press described it as "a format that looked similar to a campaign advertisement." Even conservative blogger Ed Morrissey, while noting that he wouldn't "disagree with much, if anything," in the video, asked, "Should a news organization produce and publish attack ads like this?"
By the way, doesn't Fox News' "rogue producer" excuse (“The package that aired on FOX & Friends was created by an associate producer and was not authorized at the senior executive level of the network. This has been addressed with the show’s producers.”) remind you of News Corporation's "rogue reporter" excuses for the phone hacking scandals?
An old ploy. When you examine the record of Nazi Germany you will find most citizens believed any attrocities uncovered were executed by “rogue agents” unknown to Hitler. The RW never accepts responsibility.