Fox News and Republicans in general have always talked about how they “back the blue.” As a result, many police officers around the country vote red. In fact, a 2016 poll showed that 84% of cops backed Donald Trump with only 8% of officer backing Hillary Clinton.
Democratic leaders in every state are focused on getting as many people vaccinated as possible. Unfortunately for them, the issue has been deeply politicized.
Viewers of the Fox News network hear conflicting messages about the COVID vaccine on a nightly basis. Of course, they tell you that only Donald Trump should be given credit for the rapid development of the inoculation. At the same time, though, people should be cautious about getting their shot.
In mid-January, only 10 Republican congresspeople were willing to vote to impeach Donald Trump. All of them have taken heat from their parties. Many have been censured by their state GOP’s.
Illinois Rep. Adam Kinzinger not only voted to impeach Trump, he’s been a consistent critic of the former president since the November election. In addition to facing censure from the Illinois GOP, he’s also felt heat from his own family.
The COVID-19 pandemic resulted in an all hands on deck response from many business owners. Among the most prominent CEO’s looking to help was Bill Gates.
Thanks to the Conservative push to minimize the effect of the pandemic, Gates became a frequent target for Fox News. Gates appeared on Ari Melber‘s MSNBC show on Wednesday and responded to the frequent criticism.
Bill Barr has called media criticism of President Donald Trump a ‘jihad.’ The Attorney General made the shocking comparison during an interview on Fox News.
Barr spoke to Fox’s Laura Ingraham on Thursday and defended the President’s handling of the Covid-19 global pandemic. He also took the opportunity to slam the press.
Rep. Devin Nunes (R-CA) complained on Fox News about schools being closed and called for workers to be sent back to work at the height of the coronavirus epidemic.
Strategist Steve Schmidt obliterated Fox News's Laura Ingraham after she claimed that he was hoping for a coronavirus calamity to hit America.
Laura Ingraham’s ratings are surging, but advertising revenues for her show on Fox News are not.
Several months after a series of boycotts by activists scared off many top national advertisers, big companies are still steering clear of her show. As a result, her show can attract only ‘bottom feeder’ ads from second and third tier companies.
Republicans keep underestimating Michael Avenatti. They think if they call him a “porn star lawyer” he will go away. They don’t realize that he’s one of the top lawyers in the world and has won well over $1 billion in verdicts on behalf of his clients. He has always represented “the little guy” who sues big corporations — and he always wins.
Fox News host Laura Ingraham blasted President Donald Trump’s new legal analyst and spokesman Rudy Giuliani, for contradicting Trump’s claims that he didn’t know about payments his personal attorney Michael Cohen allegedly made to former adult film star Stormy Daniels. Ingraham said that Giuliani’s televised comments were “a problem” because they contradicted what the president had earlier said about the matter.
With her advertisers out the door and Fox News on the ropes, Laura Ingraham is now being sued for pregnancy discrimination by her former personal assistant.
The Washington Post reported, “Wilson alleges that the conservative talk show host became hostile toward her once she became pregnant and then fired her on her first day back from maternity leave. Ingraham allowed Wilson to remain with the company for about three weeks so that Wilson could eventually collect unemployment insurance. During that time, Wilson alleges, the company refused to set up a private space for her to pump breast milk at office in Northwest Washington, and she had to go to her car in a nearby garage.”
Bayer AG, the massive German conglomerate, confirmed Saturday that the company will no longer be spending ad dollars to support Laura Ingraham’s Fox News show.
Bayer is at least the 16th company to withdraw sponsorship from “The Ingraham Angle” after the abrasive host attacked Parkland shooting survivor David Hogg last week.
“Bayer US has stopped advertising on Laura Ingraham and we have no plans to resume any time in the future,” the company wrote in a tweet.
After Ingraham mocked Hogg for his college rejections on Twitter, the 17-year-old sent out his own tweet with a list of companies sponsoring Ingraham’s show. The public pressure and bad publicity made almost all of them withdraw as sponsors.
Embattled Fox News host Laura Ingraham announced on her show Friday night that she was taking a break from her show, the Ingraham Angle.
She said it was because of Easter, but that seems a bit too coincidental to be completely true.
Despite spewing a blatant lie about Rep. Wilson earlier this month, Donald Trump Chief of Staff John Kelly took a page from his boss and said he will "never" apologize.
"I sincerely apologize for my lapse of judgment, for being uneducated on the issues...and for causing such dismay and heartbreak to my fans"
"And most obvious among the speeds bumps he’ll hit will be [Republican Sens.] John McCain, Lindsey Graham, Jeff Flake, that triumvirate of idiocy."
On Fox News Sunday, Laura Ingraham confirmed that she is being considered as Trump White House Press Secretary.
A gig as White House press secretary is sure to be a fun-filled, fact-free excursion into the GOP's imaginary reality for the most dishonest president in American history