Rep. Adam Kinzinger, a Republican member of the January 6th committee, predicted that history will fully embrace its revelations but that nothing will “move the needle in the short term.”
Fox News host Neil Cavuto said about the January 6th committee hearings his own network didn’t want to air: “We will be watching.”
Bill Barr discussed his January 6th committee testimony on the one major network that refused to air it.
Oklahoma Attorney General John O’Connor claimed “the real culprit” in mass shootings is not a gun but either criminals or the mentally ill. But later, he said that the most recent mass shootings were spontaneous “and I don’t know how you detect that.”
Dr. Anthony Fauci told Fox’s Neil Cavuto that he plans to step down from his post as director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, probably by the end of 2024.
GA Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger may have prevailed over Donald Trump’s efforts to defeat him in the GOP primary this week but he used his Fox News victory lap to crow about his state’s voter suppression laws.
Texas Gov. Greg Abbott, Donald Trump and Sen. Ted Cruz are scheduled to appear at an NRA convention just days after a gunman shot and killed 19 children at an elementary school in Uvalde, Texas, but Fox ignored those poor optics and attacked President Joe Biden for enacting police reform and Democrat Beto O’Rourke for confronting Abbott during his presser. UPDATE: Abbott will send pre-recorded message instead of attending in person.
While the U.S. Supreme Court is poised to exert a minority tyranny over the majority of Americans who support keeping Roe v. Wade abortion rights, Sen. Mike Lee and Fox’s Ainsley Earhardt did their best to demonize those opposing its overturning.
Sen. Josh Hawley, the guy who egged on Jan. 6 rioters and is now cashing in on it, is not just suddenly concerned about peaceful protests in front of Supreme Court justices’ homes, but is using them to play the conservative martyr. His anti-abortion wife was there to help.
In looking for a way to put lipstick on SCOTUS’ upcoming reversal of Roe v. Wade pig, Sen. Steve Daines (R-MT) was allowed to give a cock and bull story suggesting that abortion supporters are all about abortion “up until the moment of delivery.”
Even if Florida Attorney General Ashley Moody was telling the truth when she accused Disney of having started a “public smear campaign” against state lawmakers, that’s still a poor excuse for “punishing” a corporation for engaging in what’s supposed to be free speech, especially when the “punishment” likely involves raising taxes for constituents.
Gov. Greg Abbott’s re-election/fundraising border stunt of busing migrants to Washington, D.C. got some free campaign P.R. today on Fox News.
Charles Gasparino said he considered Neil Cavuto one of his role models as he fought his illness.
On Fox’s “serious news” show, Special Report, guest Hugh Hewitt attacked “very qualified” Supreme Court nominee Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson with the same bogus attacks the Republican senators used during her confirmation hearing.
Karl Rove and Neil Cavuto are very annoyed that Gov. Gavin Newsom has proposed $400 checks to California drivers to offset the high cost of gasoline.
Tucker Carlson and guest Dan Holloway suggested that President Biden is deliberately harming the country based on the “fact” that “hysterical” Greta Thunberg “is setting our energy policy.”
Saturday Night Live’s cold open was a “Fox spectacular” fundraiser at “Mar-a-Lago,” hosted by “Laura Ingraham” and “Tucker Carlson,” for the “real victims” of the war in Ukraine, the Russian oligarchs.
Fox’s Dana Perino visited Fox & Friends this morning with a misleading pep talk about Republican Gov. Kim Reynolds’ upcoming response to President Biden’s State of the Union address tonight.
Despite the fact that a right-wing smear about SCOTUS nominee Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson has been debunked, Sen. Charles Grassley was echoing it on Fox News, without challenge, just hours after Jackson was formally nominated.
Neil Cavuto returned to Fox News and Fox Business today after a lengthy absence. He first read some hate mail, then explained why he had been out for so long.