Peter Navarro’s attempt to blame Democrats for the armed pro-Trump insurrection at the Capitol tied with Tucker Carlson's mockery of AOC fearing for her life as the winners of last week’s Outrageous Fox Quote of the Week poll. Full results are after the jump.
I failed to check the “show results when closed” box in the poll settings last week and the app won’t let me update the settings after votes are in. So I took a screenshot of the final results. You can view the quotes for last week’s poll here. And then I failed to notice that Carlson had tied Navarro. Thanks to reader David Blum for correcting the claim that Navarro had won.
And now for this week’s contenders. We didn’t get a lot of great quotes but what we lacked in quantity I think we made up for in quality.
Famed legal expert Alan Dershowitz, seemingly unaware that Donald Trump was impeached while still in office:
[T]he implications [of impeachment] would be horrendous. It would mean that if the Republicans came up with a terrific candidate, say not Donald Trump, to run against President Biden in 2024, the Democrats could simply impeach him. If you can impeach anyone who is not a sitting president, there are no limits to the power of the Congress to try ordinary citizens.
You might disagree with [Trump’s supporters] but I don't know anyone that's hateful who has supported him.
Harris Faulkner, triggered by a satiric Time cover illustration of a trashed Oval Office with Joe Biden looking out the window at a nation on fire:
I mean, that’s not real! That picture isn’t real! I thought we were a nation who cared about the facts!
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May the worst quote win!
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