Remember when some folks in the Obama administration tried to accurately describe Fox “News” as “not a news organization”? And remember when there was some tumult over the Obama Treasury Department not wanting Fox “News” to interview pay czar Kenneth Feinberg? And remember when the other legitimate news networks stood up for Fox and said “that’s not gonna fly”?
Well, where is Fox “News” now that the Republican Party is trying to punish CNN and NBC for their sneaky attempt to make Hillary Clinton president by allegedly producing favorable television specials about her?
I typed into Google the words “fox news defends cnn and nbc”and I got 3,300,000 results, none of which led me to a single article or blurb in which Fox executives or reporters told the GOP to back off from boycotting CNN and NBC. Not a word.
What a bunch of ingrates there is at Fox.
In any case, a commenter referenced a Fox “News” Poll and I went there to look. While there, I dared to enter into the site’s search engine the words “Fox News Poll” and I got 275,669 results, including the following:
Nah, there’s no political agenda at Fox. They’re simply reporting and letting you decide. What was David Axelrod thinking when he said in October of 2009 that, “They’re not really a news station”? Former White’s House communications director, Anita Dunn, must have been out of her mind to say way back then that when President Obama goes on Fox,
he understands he’s not going on it really as a news network at this point. He’s going on to debate the opposition.
Just look at those headlines one can find under “fox news poll.” And look at the lack of headlines when one looks under “fox news defends cnn and nbc.” Those two searches tell you all you need to know about Fox “News.”