Top Senate Republican John Thune called today’s presentation by the House impeachment managers “very effective” against Trump but a Fox News panel whined that it was more an effort to “enrage” against Trump than convict him.
Forgiving student loans would be of great benefit to many struggling Americans, especially people of color, but most of a Fox panel fretted that relieving that financial burden is a “moral hazard.”
On Fox News, Sen. Bill Cassidy (R-LA) didn’t go so far as to say murder-curious and conspiracy theorist Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene should be expelled from Congress. But he certainly didn’t sound like he’d mind seeing her stripped of her committee positions, as she was a bit later in the day.
The rift in the GOP was on full view last night as Trey Gowdy welcomed Karl Rove to urge Kevin McCarthy to strip Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene of her committee positions and confine her “to the dark recesses of the furthest building away from the House floor.”
Rep. Adam Kinzinger (R-IL) told Fox News viewers that Donald Trump’s incitement of the armed insurrection at the Capitol this week should result in expulsion from office. Kinzinger also said “more than a few” of his Republican colleagues agree.
In another episode of Republicans Eat Their Own, Fox News host Mark Levin viciously attacked Rep. Adam Kinzinger (R-IL) for truthfully calling the Trumpy push to overturn the election a “grifting scam.” Kinzinger hit back.
Sen. Graham Baselessly Suggests Hunter Biden Compromises Father’s Foreign Policy ‘If He Gets To Be President’
Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-SC) pushed for Donald Trump to appoint a special counsel to investigate Hunter Biden, calling for“somebody that can outlast the confirmation process” “if President Trump falls short.”
Sen. Rand Paul teamed up with Fox & Friends to gaslight viewers into thinking that voter fraud kept Donald Trump from winning reelection and to exploit that falsehood as an excuse to make it harder to vote in the Georgia runoff.
You can count out Laura Ingraham as a possible Fox defector to Newsmax, at least for the foreseeable future, as she has just re-upped with Fox News to continue her primetime show, The Ingraham Angle.
Fox & Friends didn’t just lob softballs for Georgia runoff candidate Sen. Kelly Loeffler, they avoided altogether any pesky questions about a campaign photo in which she posed with a white supremacist and former Ku Klux Klan leader, Chester Doles. Also erased was her stock-trading scandal.
Fox News did its best to whitewash the bad news for Donald Trump in its latest poll but he will probably be whining about it anyway.
Fox News host Chris Wallace called out Health and Human Services Secretary Alex Azar when he referred to President-elect Joe Biden as “Vice President Biden.” Wallace also characterized Donald Trump’s response to the coronavirus as a “massive failure.”
Although Hannity later cleaned up his comment, he can’t take back the video in which he said he doesn’t vet the information he gives out on his program.
“Objective” Fox News anchor Bill Hemmer referred to Donald Trump’s recent interview with Maria Bartiromo as “interesting,” despite the fact that Hemmer’s own colleagues ripped it apart as full of lies.
Yesterday, Fox News anchor Eric Shawn and guest Hans Nichols, of Axios, swatted down Donald Trump’s falsehoods about voter fraud in the 2020 presidential election – yet Fox had no problem with letting host Maria Bartiromo validate the lies.
Donald Trump tried to steer his fans away from watching Fox News – until he appeared on Fox News with sycophantic host Maria Bartiromo.
Steve Forbes, who inherited a fortune, was Fox News’ choice to argue that a hypothetical possibility that Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez persuades Joe Biden to cancel student debt would be unfair to those who have already paid.
Geraldo Rivera didn’t even bother to pretend he’s not a partisan when he tweeted a video with the caption, "Fight on-support Trump & Trumpism, but #Election2020 is over. We lost.
Fox host and Super Duper Christian Ainsley Earhardt put up no challenge when guest Miranda Devine fear mongered that Joe Biden might not hog all the coronavirus virus vaccines for the U.S.
Brian Williams had the perfect response to Geraldo Rivera’s suggestion that a potential COVID-19 vaccine be called “the Trump.”