Fox News’ Outnumbered show once again exploited the horrific murder murder of Kathryn Steinle in San Francisco by a criminal immigrant to promote more hate and divisiveness.
It’s hard to know whether Fox News hates Democrats or Mexican immigrants more. Cohost Andrea Tantaros first went after Senator Dianne Feinstein (D-CA) for having written an amendment to the “Gang of Eight” immigration bill “that would have prevented DHS from penalizing the local sanctuary governments that have been obstructing ICE.”
Last I checked, the bill never passed. But Tantaros “asked” guest Brad Thor, “Feinstein, blood on her hands?”
“Absolutely,” Thor answered.
This, from the woman who asked her radio show listeners to “do me a favor” and punch an Obama supporter “in the face.”
Cohost Harris Faulkner was a little gentler in tone but the hostility was just as evident. “What I’ve been disappointed by today,” Faulkner said, “is the White House not saying to this family publicly - and I don’t know what they’ve said privately – ‘We’re sorry.’ Because no matter, what the buck stops there.”
She continued, “It really points to one big issue and that is, accountability is hard for this administration.” Which is pretty rich, considering the lack of accountability on Fox News. Bill O’Reilly’s lies, Donald Trump’s birtherism, Megyn Kelly’s bogus racial attacks on Attorney General Eric Holder and Tantaros’ exhortation to physical violence, to name a few.
Meanwhile, “Punch” Tantaros complained that the administration has neglected “the 300 million legal citizens here and our safety.”
And you know what? More than 61 million of those legal citizens voted for President Obama in 2012. Where was Tantaros’ concern for their safety when she urged violence upon them in 2013?
Watch the hypocrisy below, from the July 7 Outnumbered.
The person who pulled the trigger is the guilty one, not the Obama Administration. Anyone bimbette who says otherwise is naff.
NOTE TO SISTAH HARRIS
Pull that weave off your head. It’s burning up your brain cells.
Fox News gave this 2:48, to say that one of the non-arsons was caused by lightning, and that the fires are a black people/media hoax.
I started a piece demanding to know where their concern for the religious freedom of black people is, but I’m afraid they’d reply and tell me.
Or did I answer my own question?
I’m sorry the woman died at all but it looks to me like FoxNoise is simply stirring up the race-pot by focusing on a single dead white woman by a minority when it’s chosen to ignore or misdirect focus on NUMEROUS dead African-Americans (mostly at WHITE hands—including law enforcement).