A fake news story on Tucker Carlson Tonight leads to an international incident with Sweden after Emperor Trump repeats it & then blames Fox.
Last week Tucker Carlson proved he isn't a real journalist (which may be why he's on Fox). This week he proved he's running a frat house, a topic in the news lately for systemic sexism, not to mention racism.
This week's Friday Fox Follies takes on Tucker Carlson's refusal to allow anyone who works for him to criticize Fox News.
If Fox "News" didn't spend so much time defending Emperor Trump — and attacking his detractors (of which there are many) — there might be enough time to actually broadcast some real news. No matter, because Fox & Friends — his favourite show — quintupled down, airing another another softball interview with him this morning, which I'll get to eventually.
Hell froze over this week when Fox "News" said it will no longer lie about the widely mocked, but totally empty slogan, Fair and Balanced.
Odd that Fox "News" is not taking credit for Emperor Trump scuttling the Paris Accord. Yet it had more sway than the First Daughter Ivanka.
The news continues to be bad for Fox: ratings keep sliding into the porcelain dumper with each Nielsen score. Are people tired of the lies?
When his corpulence, Roger Ailes, died I had nothing bad to say about him that I hadn't already said during his lifetime. In print.
Only in Bizarro World — aka the Fox "News" Channel — is the firing of James Comey a reason to salivate over the Hillary Clinton email scandal being reopened.
The Fox sitcom provides laughs this week with new discrimination lawsuits, offers of immunity, & a comedy coda from Bill O'Reilly's loofah.
A normal week at Fox as new Roger Ailes and Sean Hannity accusations surface & Jesse Watters takes a vacation after a crude sexual innuendo
Who will this reporter write about now that The Falafel King has been fired? There's Tucker Carlson, Jesse Watters, and F&F. I'll be fine.
True story: Emperor Trump defends Bill O'Reilly after NYT reveals $13 million dollars paid by sexual harasser & Fox to silence 5 accusers.
The Unfairness Doctrine will be Emperor Trump’s greatest legacy because it’s unfair to blame him for anything from the Fox “News” Channel.
The circle of fake news: A Fox "News" report, retweeted from the Oval Office, reported by Fox, then cited by Trump in interviews on Fox.
These days the Uncle Remus stories are considered racist by some. Just like Fox “News” and Emperor Trump.
With Fox "News" spending so much time faking good news about Emperor Trump, there's barely any time left to attack Democrats. Just kidding.
In yesterday’s press conference from Bizarro World, Emperor Trump gave a tip’o’the toupee to the most insidious morning show ever devised.
Last week it was Canada's Prime Minister Justin Trudeau demanding an apology from the Fox "News" Channel. This week it's Russian President Vladimir Putin, who has nuclear weapons at his disposal.