Yesterday, I reported on the newest Fox & Friends "outrage" over how the elimination of the word God, from the line "God Bless the USA," in a Lee Greenwood song to be sung at a Bellingham MA assembly, led to the elimination of the song from the program. Well praise the lord and thanks be to Roger Ailes, the school has reversed course and will allow the song to be sung, although students have the option to not sing the line "God Bless the USA." (Such blasphemy!) On "America Live," Megyn Kelly informed us that the song was reinstated after it "touched off a firestorm."
She and Christian evangelical right wing radio host, Michael Graham (who was fired from a radio station for his offensive comments about Muslims) chatted about how silly the whole thing was and how kids aren't bothered by "words." Graham also was able to describe Massachusetts as "far left." So all's well that end's well - except for the fact that the Todd Starnes and the Fox Nation article still haven't issued an update. So the school is probably still being harassed and threatened. As I said, all's well that ends well!
I wonder if anyone on F&F did before this story broke…
Nixon-trainee Roger Ailes will have some explaining to do in the next few months.
A major, major scandal is brewing within News Corporation in New York.
More arrests are coming.