This morning on Fox & Friends, a Fox Cheerleader in a plunging neckline meant to distract the viewer from the obvious dishonesty in her argument sold propaganda about how the poor rich folks needed those tax cuts for the trickle down jobs. Not even Juan Williams could rein in his shock at the audacity of her talking points.
Today on Fox and Friends Fox News continued the right wing attack on NPR, as they now claimed that George Soros got Juan Williams fired because he recently donated $1.8 million to NPR. Steve Doocy claimed that, "NPR has a bone to pick and an axe to grind with Fox News." Brian Kilmeade accused NPR of, "a history of biased and offensive coverage."
Jon Stewart and Stephen Colbert have managed to completely freak out Fox News as evidenced on Fox and Friends this morning, when the network had it's propaganda crew claiming that Jon Stewart and Stephen Colbert's rally won't outdraw Glenn Beck's. Brian Kilmeande asked, "How can you possibly outdraw Glenn Beck?"
Rep. Michele Bachmann (R-MN) showed up on Fox and Friends today to claim that there is absolutely no evidence of racism in the Tea Party. Bachmann said, "The assertions that were made by some of my colleagues during the health care debate, there's no record of it. Nothing on audio tape, nothing."
Rudy Giuliani became the latest Republican this morning to go on Fox News and blame environmentalists for the oil spill in the Gulf. On Fox and Friends Unbelievably, he touted drilling ANWR, "The reason they're drilling out there is because environmentalists have prevented us from drilling closer and in places like ANWR."
Steve Doocy of Fox and Friends delivered another one of the Fox News patented Biblical justifications for right wing policy today when he made the claim that the Bible opposes abortion. While criticizing Nancy Pelosi for having faith and being pro-life, He said, "Newsflash: the Bible does not like abortion."
Fox News issued a warning and a thinly veiled threat to investigative journalist and author Joe McGinniss, who is writing a book about Sarah Palin, Alaska, and the oil industry. On Fox and Friends today, Steve Doocy said, "Mr. McGinniss if you're watching right now, I would be very careful wearing hats out there because in the wrong hat, in the wrong light, could appear to be antlers."
Fox News went on the attack today against Colombian pop singer Shakira, because she was in Arizona yesterday speaking out against that state's immigration law. This morning on Fox and Friends Brian Kilmeade said, "We know her hips don't lie, but we aren't so sure about her lips." Because the singer dared to criticize a Fox News supported policy, she now joins LL Cool J on their enemies list.