Fox Nation has sunk to new levels of despicableness with its deliberate exploitation of the horrific case of three kidnapped women in Cleveland. The women endured a ten-year Hell on Earth but to Fox Nation boss – and O’Reilly Factor stalker - Jesse Watters, it was little more than an opportunity to hype Fox’s completely unrelated “Benghazi-Gate” that the network has been doing its best to use to destroy the political careers of President Obama and Hillary Clinton.
Normally, Fox Nation aggregates and then links to posts elsewhere on the internet. But an article on Fox Nation's sister site, FoxNews.com, called Cleveland man could face aggravated murder charges for allegedly terminating pregnancies was transformed on Fox Nation into: Bail for Ariel Castro, but Not Mohammed Video Maker. In case you’re not sure who the Mohammed video maker is, Fox Nation added this paragraph to its post:
The creator of the controversial anti-Islam You Tube video, that the Obama administration used in its talking points as the motivation behind the September 11th attacks in Benghazi, was held without bail. It was later revealed that the attack in Benghazi was not a reaction to the video.
Pardon my French, but what the flying tinfoil f**k does the kidnapping have to do with the video or Benghazi? Answer: nothing. Unless you’re looking for ways to use a compelling news story to advance your political agenda - and desperate to grasp at almost any straw as an excuse to paint President Obama as putting Muslim interests over those of America.