Fox and Friends
The result was predictable–a virtual stew of alternative facts and word salad.
In a rambling appearance on Fox News, Kellyanne Conway raised the specter of the Hillary Clinton, yet again, and compared the Philadelphia Eagles’ 38-7 NFL championship victory to Donald Trump’s election.
It’s the same old complaints with an all-new mistake.
With his approval ratings at historic lows, the Republican Party less popular than pond scum and bedbugs and stunning GOP losses in conservative strongholds, many analysts who aren’t right wing hacks are predicting a 2018 midterm election Democratic Party wave.
The Hatch Act states that employees in the executive branch are prohibited from using their official authority or influence to affect the outcome of an election.
While eagerly whining that cultural sensitivity among college students is really a sign of liberal intolerance, Fox & Friends totally missed how their latest target, the unofficial advice on non-racist Halloween costumes, written by OSU students, is satire!
History, reality and morality have such a liberal bias – so Republicans just make things up.
After the wide-spread condemnation of the club-swinging, automotive hit-and-run actions of white supremacists in Charlottesville, Loony Louie claims we’re aiming at the wrong targets.
Television chef and author Sandra Lee is no fan of House Speaker Paul Ryan.
Fox and Friends considers clean sheets and exercise time for incarcerated immigrants real perks and living the high life.