Supposedly impartial anchor Harris Faulkner got visibly annoyed when guest Judith Miller chided Donald Trump for using the London terror attack to promote his Muslim ban. UPDATED
MILLER: I just don't think that it was appropriate for the president of the United States, who should have been offering condolences to the British public and saluting the British police to start out promoting, using this event to promote his own agenda of a Muslim ban. I would simply point out that the terrorist in Manchester was a bomber, a sophisticated attack unlike what happened in London. That man was a British citizen born in Britain and the Muslim ban would not apply -
FAULKNER (interrupting): Alright, first of all, we don't call it a Muslim ban. It is a pause in immigration.
Faulkner sounded like a school teacher lecturing a naughty child. "We only use Trump-approved and approving language on Fox News!" one could almost hear her scolding Miller.
Except that nobody ever admits it. Apparently, you're just supposed to know.
Faulkner abruptly closed the interview shortly thereafter.
Watch it below, from the June 4, 2017 Fox Report Weekend, via NewsHound Richard.
UPDATE: Faulkner might be updating her terminology given Glorious Leader Trump's recent tweet:
People, the lawyers and the courts can call it whatever they want, but I am calling it what we need and what it is, a TRAVEL BAN!— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) June 5, 2017
“Fox and Friends Weekend” mouthpiece Clayton Morris condemned the “internment” comment made by that nutcase Nigel Farage. Morris called the internment camp comments “reprehensible."
The Fox “News” suits are making changes to the network. Certain references describing individuals are not to be used on-the-air.
The emails have been sent down from the top, and all the mouthpieces must abide by them.
NOTE TO HARRIS
You should have joined your black colleagues in the discrimination lawsuit against the Foxies. Or are you afraid to offend your husband?
People, the lawyers and the courts can call it whatever they want, but I am calling it what we need and what it is, a TRAVEL BAN!
So shut it, Harris Faulkner.