That Fox News moonlights as religious broadcasting was evident, once again, on this morning's Fox & Friends First when the gang talked, in credulous terms, about how a bus driver would have been killed if not for his pocket bible which stopped the bullets. According to the leggy blonde hosts, the driver can "literally thank the words of God." Ordained minister and one of a few chosen African-Americans to host Fox week-end shows (no regular black hosts during the week), Kelly Wright said that "the good book saved his life." The chyron stated, as Fox Fact, that this was "divine intervention." As was said in Plan 9 From Outer Space, "that proves it." But what would the Fox say if the driver had been carrying a stash of porn?
Ahhh, back then we could at least be nice to the other side without hating each other because of differing religious beliefs.