The snowflakes over on Fox "news" want us to believe Hollywood is trying to keep the white man down.
Fox Host To Muslims: 'If You Don't Want To Be Portrayed In A Negative Light' 'Don't Burn People Alive' And 'Set Off Bombs'
Fox host Jon Scott during a discussion about a plot line on the show Homeland: They're going to run the Boston Marathon tomorrow, right? Do we remember who the bombers of the Boston Marathon were? I mean -- just an aside to the Muslim community, if you don't want to be portrayed in a negative light, maybe don't burn people alive and set off bombs and things like that.
I'm shocked that it hasn't happened before, considering what a casual relationship his site has with facts.
Just when the mainstream media has closed the book on the Boston Marathon bombings, WhoWhatWhy is just getting started. And the holes in the official story are big enough to drive a truck through. Here's our latest coverage:
At a press conference in Moscow, the older Todashev displayed photos of his son’s dead body in the morgue that he said showed he was shot six times in the torso and once in the back of the head. Three FBI agents initially said Todashev had lunged at his interrogator with a knife, but after others insisted Todashev was completely unarmed, two of them walked back that claim.
From this Wednesday's House Judiciary Committee hearing, Darrell Issa wasn't the only one who had a contentious back and forth with Attorney General Eric Holder...
Watch: Boston Teamsters form human shield to prevent Westboro Baptist Church members from disrupting the funeral service for bomb victim Krystle Campbell.
MSNBC should be ashamed of themselves for giving disgraced Congressman and deadbeat dad Joe Walsh a format to fearmonger and throw flames on the air in the wake of the Boston Marathon bombing incident.
Rep. Peter King (R-NY) doesn't think an American citizen should be entitled to constitutional protections.
Counterterror officials say the emerging portrait suggests the brothers Dzhokhar and Tamerlan Tsarnaev slipped into Islamic extremism under the influence of Internet propaganda.
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