Thursday, March 16, 2017

When Fox Hosts Go Off the Rails

Dirty T-Shirts

“Media bias on full display. Newspapers now cashing in on t-shirts splashed with anti-President Trump rhetoric. The Washington Post offering this shirt, which says ‘Democracy dies in darkness.’ The L.A. Times selling shirts that say, ‘Journalism matters,’ and the Chicago Tribune’s featured the line ‘Speaking truth to power since 1847.’ The shirts being sold for around 20 bucks.” 

—Heather Childers, host, “Fox & Friends,” March 14, 2017. URL 

Editorial Comment: Breitbart offered this, but it wouldn’t fit on the t-shirt: “God did not intend for the United States to collapse with a whimper at the hands of Hillary and her sordid minions.” Really. Click here.

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