Last week, Fox pundits seemed to be echoing the Republican presidential candidates and falling over themselves as to who could be the most callous, bloodthirsty and brutal. Others were “merely” intolerant and bigoted. But we’ve also got some climate change nastiness and some war on Christmas ridiculousness. Check ‘em out and cast your vote!
This week’s nominees are…
Former Assistant FBI Director James Kallstrom:
“The president is very interested in flooding this country with people from the Middle East for some reason. …I’m not gonna say what the reason is but there’s some reason why this is happening. And why aren’t the Christians coming into this country?”
Ben Stein, attacking President Obama over the Paris climate change accord:
“Is he not just moving the ball, playing the Three-Card Monte game, and moving the ball to distract us from his failures in other areas?”
Torture-cheerleader Sean Hannity:
“I’m not so sure if I agree with all the Geneva Conventions.”
Bill O’Reilly, losing perspective as he attacked a school for removing "all references to religion" from its upcoming holiday play, "A Charlie Brown Christmas.”
"I think it's terrorism. I don't think that it's the same thing as Islamic terrorism, but I think that little kids are being terrorized by these PC idiots and if I were the principal, I'd have two words for those people."
“The #BlackLivesMatter crew, they basically hate their country. They hate it, alright? And there’s nothing you can say to persuade ‘em out of that. They hate it.”
Kimberly Guilfoyle, on President Obama’s plan to close Gitmo and move the prisoners to a U.S. facility:
“Just kill them all and close Gitmo, that’s fine. They don’t have to come here, they don’t have to stay there. …They are enemy combatants. They are not entitled. … Kill em!”
Katrina Pierson, spokeswoman for Donald Trump:
“What good does it do to have a good nuclear triad if you’re afraid to use it?”
Which was THE most outrageous? The choice is up to you! Cast your vote below to help determine the “winner.”
Ballot box photo by Dude7248 (Own workown) [Public domain], via Wikimedia Commons.