Which of the outrageous things said on Fox News or by Fox News personnel last week was the most outrageous? There are 10 contenders in this week's poll.The subjects include terrorism, Walgreens, "In God we trust," food stamps and more. It's up to you, dear readers, to pick our "winner."
Fox News “terrorism expert” Steve Emerson fear mongering about home-grown terrorists: “The problem is exacerbated by the fact that we have an administration that’s in bed with these radical Islamic groups.”
Charles Payne, discussing Walgreens’ decision to remain a U.S. corporation: “Essentially the CEO of Walgreens destroyed capitalism, shareholder rights. …It was one of the most shameful moves I’ve seen a CEO do in a long time.”
Economist Steve Moore overstating the cost of educating undocumented child immigrants by $385 million: “If these local communities have to educate them, we’re talking about by my calculations about a billion dollars a year.”
Sean Hannity, responding to a tweet hypothesizing that his secretly whispered message to Benjamin Netanyahu was, “That’s a pretty small cock you have there.”: “If I told your dumb liberal ass the truth u would flip.”
Erick Erickson: “Enormous energy is being expended by the left in America to make Christianity and Christians unacceptable.”
Jonathan Hoenig, arguing for the abolishment of food stamps: “If you can’t make enough money to eat, you have no right to other people’s money.”
Laura Ingraham talking about what happens when cross the liberal “PC” line: “You will be drummed out of public life, perhaps. You will be terminated, you will be fired, you will be harassed, you’ll be called all sorts of names.”
Texas tax assessor Ron Wright defending “in God we trust” on public documents: “It speaks to all religions, it doesn’t favor one over the other whether you’re Christian, Jew, Muslim what have you, it speaks to all of us.”
Shannon Bream, reporting the IRS agreement with the Freedom From Religion Foundation: “Developing tonight, a new challenge to the feds over a secret plan to target churches.”
Elisabeth Hasselbeck, claiming that those who criticize the NYPD’s use of force and “stop and frisk” are “demonizing the police.”
Cast your vote below!