Fox Nation says it is "committed to the core principles of tolerance, open debate, civil discourse, and fair and balanced coverage of the news. It is for those opposed to intolerance, excessive government control of our lives, and attempts to monopolize opinion or suppress freedom of thought, expression, and worship." We have already amply demonstrated how laughable their "commitment" to tolerance and/or civility is. Click through to the next page for their idea of "fair and balanced" coverage of the George Zimmerman verdict - from the standpoint of white people only.
By the way, there really is a George Zimmerman fan club, at least on Facebook. I wouldn't look unless you're feeling strong of stomach. Fortunately, there are only 80 members. The Trayvon Martin page, however, has more than 273,000 "likes." That should tell you a lot about the American public. It tells you even more about Fox Nation's real commitment.
The former shot to death an unarmed black teenager; the latter freely used the N-word in the workplace.
Think about it: those are two things that used to be done in the USA with impunity. To racists, the very IDEA that people should be held accountable for those actions, whether in the court of law (Zimmerman) or the court of public opinion (Deen), in anathema . . .
In other words, when the right wing media likes a verdict, then that’s the end of the story. When they don’t like the verdict, then something’s amiss and they can continue to discuss it ad nauseum.