After less than two months in the White House, Trump is now claiming the problems he talked about during the campaign no longer exist.
"I don't believe there's anything wrong with a U.S. Senator meeting with an ambassador from Russia," he said.
Only Republican racists are comfortable saying out loud that an African American protesting racial injustice "is a terrible thing."
"The whole thing was bizarre, starting from the like gender neutral bathrooms, which are disgusting. I mean I guess we're liberated by this?"
"The headline of the week so far is, this convention is not a disaster, which is a massive victory for Trump."
The two men got worked up over armed EPA agents, ignoring of course the threat of armed anti-government conservatives like Cliven Bundy
Right-wing media is using Baltimore Prosecutor Marilyn Mosby's gender against her by publishing demeaning and sexist stories.
Father Jonathan Morris took to Fox & Friends to push fear of eternal damnation while ignoring the Constitution's No Religious Test Clause
As FFF is fond of pointing out, ratings is not truth. It's ironic that Ailes compares Fox "News" to 2 fictional channels and a sports network, the models of which Fox resembles far more than a "News" channel.
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.
Friday Fox Follies highlights Bill O'Reilly's continued issues with the truth, Andrea Tantaros accusing the White House of being anti-Semitic and Fox's hypocritical Ferguson coverage.
When Friday Fox Follies went to press last week, Brian Williams' spectacular crash to earth still echoed in Halls of Mediazuma. Many wags (this one included) noticed the condemnation was loudest (shrillest?) at the Fox "News" Channel, which did not hold itself to the same high standards.
For the umpteenth year in a row, Fox News more wrong than ever: New Politifact review finds pundits spewing mostly lies.
During Sunday morning's broadcast of Fox & Friends, co-host Charles Payne outlandishly claimed that the United States "saved the planet" and moved a billion people into the middle class by engaging in war across the globe.
During Wednesday morning's episode of Fox & Friends, Peter Johnson, Jr. and Tucker Carlson said the Department of Justice investigation into Michael Brown's death was discredited because they "sought advice" from radical Ferguson protester and livestreamer Bassem Masri.
It's only taken 6 years of blindly throwing mud at the wall to see what sticks, but Fox "News" has finally invented Articles of Impeachment against President Obama -- or, at the very least, figured out a way to throw the word around recklessly.
Welcome to The Friday Fox Follies, a new weekly feature at PoliticusUSA. Each week Headly Westerfield will wrap up the Fox "News" tomfoolery and shenanigans (as the dictionary defines those words) into one neat little package with a bow.
"We control 30 governorships, we control 26 state houses and senates chambers. You know, we, in fact, know how to speak to women on their policy issues."
The Obama Bombshell video has done nothing but discredit the peddlers on the Right on multiple levels. Their days of ACORNing their opponents are numbered.