The geniuses at "Fox and Friends" have put two and two together and come up with six.
Your idiotic take of the day from Ainsley Earhardt.
Flashback: When Trump And Fox & Friends Thought Executive Action On Immigration Was Unconstitutional And Impeachable
In 2014, executive action on immigration was worthy of impeachment, but Trump's cheerleaders over on state-run TV have short memories.
Fox News is already gearing up the fear machine, alongside Mattie Duppler from the Koch-funded National Taxpayers Union.
As part of its obsession with attacking a New York Law allowing late-term abortions when the health of the mother is at risk or the fetus is deemed unable to live outside the womb, Fox & Friends suggested to a Catholic bishop that maybe Gov. Cuomo should be excommunicated.
Fox & Friends wants their viewers to believe this really isn't an indictment at all, because Stone is charged with "process crimes," which totally aren't crimes at all.
Fox's Dan Bongino and his friends on Trump's favorite morning show continue to attack Robert Mueller, and take up for poor picked on Roger Stone, who Bongino ridiculously claims isn't a flight risk after his arrest earlier that morning.
Bloviating pufferfish Stuart Varney from across the pond joins Fox and Friends to hurl racist stereotypes at Rep. Waters, as if we didn't have enough racists already.
Fox host and super-duper Christian Ainsley Earhardt went on a nativist, misleading and mean-spirited rant that was sure to please the bigoted, lying and adulterous Fan in Chief but couldn’t be further from the tolerance preached by Jesus.
Fox and Friends' self-professed "woman of faith" Ainsley Earhardt enjoyed a nasty rant at the expense of people already suffering. Way to consider "the least of us," Ainsley.
- 1 of 14