Whoops. Bret Baier, Martha MacCallum, Juan Williams and Dana Perino, as well as the network’s president, Jay Wallace, were exposed to COVID and must quarantine.
The right-wing cohosts on Fox's The Five really must believe their viewers are completely brain dead.
Fox News couldn’t be bothered to actually air President Barack Obama’s town hall on police violence but The Five cohosts had plenty of time to cherrypick his comments on institutional racism and whitesplain that it’s a thing of the past.
Juan Williams shot down Fox's "Obamagate" conspiracy theory and talked about which presidential candidate might be considered mentally unfit.
Juan Williams: We've Only Got One Candidate Pushing Conspiracy Theories And Putting Disinfectant In Your Body
Fox's Juan Williams responds to the Trump campaign's assertion that Joe Biden is not up to the job of being president because he's too old.
Williams had quite the reaction to Watters asking for confirmation that Georgia had flattened the curve on COVID-19. (video slowed down for effect)
Trump surrogates like Fox News' Jesse Watters sure sound imbecilic trying to justify eliminating stay-at-home orders, and the stunned look on Williams face proves it.
Former Rep. Jason Chaffetz gets scolded by fellow Fox News Sunday panel member for trying to play the victim card for Trump on the impeachment hearings.
'Who Is Obstructing?' Jason Chaffetz Buried In Scorn After Calling Trump The 'Victim' Of Impeachment
Former Republican Rep. Jason Chaffetz (R-UT) argued on Sunday that President Donald Trump is the "victim" of an impeachment investigation.
Perhaps because Fox News host Jesse Watters took credit for helping to win the War on Christmas, his cohosts on The Five found a new excuse to destroy the holiday season, this time with a war on Thanksgiving.
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