The conspiracy theories spouted about Afghanistan, COVID, the jobs report and the Texas abortion law and more in just one Fox & Friends segment sounded like a brainstorming session for QAnon.
Fox’s Jillian Mele all but broke out the pompoms to cheerlead Republican congresswomen who seem dead-set on promoting right-wing ideology they pretended represented all Americans' beliefs.
He's a Republican, naturally he's repulsed by voting rights.
Sen. Marsha Blackburn crowed to her pals on Fox & Friends about how delighted she was to have cut direct economic benefits to her constituents from the COVID relief package.
Fox & Friends seized on Virginia’s Loudoun County school district’s decision to de-emphasize Dr. Seuss on Read Across America Day and turned it into an excuse for the show to demonize some of their favorite bugaboos: racial tolerance, liberals and public schools.
I’m sure Fox host Will Cain would love to take back his pre-trial carping this morning that if Democrats “were really in a genuine pursuit of truth, you would go ahead and call witnesses.”
Fox News hosts on Sunday downplayed the attack on Capitol Hill supporters by suggesting that left-leaning protesters in Portland "have an insurrection every night."
The Trump administration has botched and sabotaged the COVID vaccine rollout just like it botched and sabotaged everything else about the pandemic. But on Fox News, the failures are never Dear Leader’s fault.
Fox News host Rachel Campos-Duffy on Sunday called the Democratic Party "out-and-out communists" after The New York Times noted that President-elect Joe Biden has picked a "centrist" cabinet to lead his government.
Kayleigh McEnany is at it again.
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