Congratulations to Mark Steyn. His outrageous quote, smearing those in support of undocumented immigrants was not just awful, it was voted the most Outrageous Fox Quote of the Week in our poll last week. But we’ve got quite a selection of Fox Outrageousness for you to choose among this week. Check it out.
Bill O’Reilly, reacting to a clip of Rep. Maxine Waters, on Fox & Friends:
“I didn’t hear a word she said. I was looking at the James Brown wig.”
Bill O’Reilly’s further comments on Rep. Maxine Waters remarks, later that night:
I made that mistake this morning on Fox & Friends. I said it in a simple jest that the congressman’s hair distracted me. Well, that was stupid, I apologize. It had no place in the conversation.
So, what exactly is Maxine Waters talking about when she says Mr. Trump is dangerous for America? I have no idea, and I don’t think Ms. Waters has any clue either. She’s just spouting the left-wing company line, and anyone who disagrees with her—well, she doesn’t brook disagreement. That’s not patriotism, madam, that’s demagoguery.
It would take a miracle but I really wish liberal advocates like Congresswoman Waters would stop the ideological nonsense and really focus on what America offers every responsible citizen.
In order to succeed in this country, you must be self-reliant, not dependent on the entitlement system that Maxine Waters loves so much.
“Look, the gay left is making a suicide pact with the Democratic party right now. If they think that the future is that we need to have radical Islamic extremists come into this country as long as they want – Let me tell you what. That ain’t gonna end well.”
Tucker Carlson, reacting to Barron’s "suicide pact" remark, above:
“It’s just so obvious! And nobody ever says it. And thank you for saying it.”
Eric Bolling, giving Donald Trump a report card on his first quarter:
Making America better is what he is doing.
Want a report card for Trump’s first quarter? Just open up your 401(k) statement.
Give the man a chance, he’s doing great. What really matters to American families is the economy, and on that, he gets an A.
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Next week’s list may need to be expanded as the Russian conspiracy has just widened and that SOB Eric Princes’s name has just entered the mix.