Fox's Outnumbered is a place where Jesus is mixed with T & A and Obama bashing. Add to the mix a pinch of sexual innuendo and, as we saw earlier this month, a perfect Fox News stew of hot right wing toxicity delivered by Fox master chefs!
On December 18th, the segment began with some background video of the movie, "Footloose," a story of what happened in an imaginary town where rock music and dancing had been banned. Giggles ensued as former MTV VJ Kennedy (Lisa Kennedy Montgomery) asked "where is Kevin Bacon when you need him." She reported that a New Hampshire high school is banning school dances, except for proms, because of a sexual assault case that took place at a nearby school and cited opposition from the local community.
Katherine Timpf read the school principals quote about "a critical mass" which she explained was "a critical mass of booty dancing." (Don't ya love it when the little ladies talk dirty!) Stiletto sporting Andrea Tantaros: "That sounds awesome." In lampooning the decision, Kennedy asked where the kids will go to commit sin and "indulge those urges."
#Oneluckyguy Bernard McGuirk, who is famous for his description of African-American basketball champions as "hos," was "torn on this as a father of a daughter." Timpf asked he would rather have his daughter "at a crack house." Much laughter ensued as he asked "how can you have teachers standing around watching doggie dancing..." followed by a raucous short discussion of the term "doggie dancing." The banner: "Principal Orders Dance Ban Saying 'A Lot of Grinding at the Dances'."
Working in the Fox's patented pro-macho man, anti-feminist meme, recently articulated by Outnumbered, Kennedy snarked, "it starts in high school where young men are now persecuted and prosecuted without due process." (Was she joking about the dance or the St. Paul's rape case? )
Tantaros recalled her school dance days when "there was a lot of bumping and grinding...and they were not leaving room for the Holy Spirit." More titters were heard. She added that there have always been complaints about dirty dancing but "they're going to do the horizontal hula somewhere else." (Tantaros does love that euphemism for sex. During the summer she used the term when recommending that women make their man a sandwich after doing this Hawaiian dance)
After more bantering about "doggie dancing," Melissa set the table for the requisite agit-prop. She said that the dance ban was about what happened at St. Paul's and "the liability." After adding that this school is saying that "it's not worth the risk," Kennedy worked in the requisite Obama/liberal bashing: "That's a problem when the left indulges tort lawyers, isn't it, [somebody said "there you go"] then everyone fears liability." Somebody said "it's all tainted." Kennedy continued, "it's tainted and everyone worries about getting sued. Good job, President Obama." End scene.
So the cancellation of dances at a NH high school is Obama's fault. Who knew? Good Job, Fox News!
But seriously, "horizontal hula?!" Don't ya love it when Andrea Tantaros talks dirty!
The suits have no problem picking on President Obama, but they are scared shirtless to pick on Trumpster.
if the Foxettes sat there blaming Trumpster for the world’s ills, their audience would abandoned in droves, and they know it.
In 2016, the blame Obama game will not be as effective to conservatives because they will be more concerned about the upcoming presidential election.
I’ve never seen a man who’s supposedly as incompetent as Fox likes to continually claim, who was simultaneously responsible for SO much . . .
Fox and their viewers: if they were any dumber, they’d need to be watered twice daily . . .
I guess if you proclaim everything to be dirty, it’s fun, fun, fun!