If you've watched Fox News at all lately, chances are you've seen them attacking MSNBC's Melissa Harris-Perry over a 30-second promo in which she talks about the importance of thinking that "kids belong to whole communities." Clearly, she was more or less espousing the old "It takes a village to raise a child" maxim. But Fox (apparently taking its cue from Rush Limbaugh) has seized on the ad as an excuse to foam at the mouth that Harris-Perry is advocating for some kind of collectivist takeover of parenting. And the result? They've aired the ad a zillion times more than MSNBC has.
In this segment below, MSNBC's Chris Hayes does an excellent job of deconstructing the madness. The mashup of Fox News' distortions are nothing short of frightening.
MSNBC's Melissa-Harris Perry talks to Chris Hayes about being attacked for saying essentially the same thing Hillary Clinton did in 1996.
We know what is coming down the pipe. The EWGOPPM is going after certain conservative talkers. Soon, you will see some revealing secrets of these right wing mouthpieces.
Get that popcorn.
Three strikes and then the Fux Noise hate machine cranks up in high gear.
Run for your lives low information voters(Fox viewers), MHP is after your kids.
So remember FoxNews(?) advice the next time you see some strange vehicle trolling the Elementary School looking to lure some kid into there vehicle never to be seen again….
WHY SHOULD I CARE? THERE NOT MY KIDS.
Why would Limpballs be upset? He doesn’t have any kids.
(Well, except for the ones he visits in the Dominican Republic; maybe that’s what he’s upset about . . .)