Even before the Paris terror attacks, Fox News was full of outrageousness on Ben Carson, campus protests and Hillary Clinton. Not surprisingly, the outrageousness continued immediately after the terrorism. But which was the most outrageous? That’s up to you to decide!
And the nominees are…
Stacey Dash “defending” Ben Carson’s falsehoods by going birther: “We don’t even have the records on Obama. We have no records. His records are sealed. Why isn’t anyone investigating that?”
Dennis Miller smearing a University of Missouri professor who pushed a student journalist trying to report on a student protest: “Look at that woman! That woman has somehow made it into the halls of academy, that horrid thug! That is the face – look at that! It’s like Carrot Top with a goiter!”
Andrea Tantaros: “Hillary is not a girl’s girl, she’s a gutter girl and it’s time that someone called her out on it.”
Megyn Kelly, describing student protests about racism on college and university campuses: “Small groups of students use complaints about race and diversity in a big play to rewrite the rules for everyone.
Sheriff David Clarke, attacking student protests about racism on college and university campuses: “The only discrimination that people should be railing against in these colleges and universities are these programs that discriminate against white and Asian students in favor of less-qualified black students for entry into the university.”
Charles Payne wasting no time blaming President Obama for Paris terrorist attacks: “Many Americans, Ambassador, are sort of frustrated here with the administration for perhaps being too reserved on this issue, for not calling out what everyone else suspects and thinks seriously is going on here and perhaps even emboldening these kind of attacks.”
Newt Gingrich, using the Paris terror attacks to blow the “secret Muslim” dog whistle: “It’s a bit much for an American president who is presumably Christian to be lecturing Muslims about what Islam is.”
Cast your vote below.
Did I also mention that she’s not too bright?