Fox News Plays the Name Game
The folks at Fox News, always innovative in the ways of fairness and balance, do some of their most inflammatory work on the banners that hover at the bottom of the screen. Not to rest at mislabeling party affiliation, they’ve taken to editorializing given names.
Wait, before you go…
Yes, we know the chyron is from a political debate show. But does anybody have any examples of similarly obnoxious/partisan/unsupported chyrons from Fox saying something like “George W. Bush: War Criminal” or under the former Speaker of the House “Dennis Hasbeen”? If so, we’d love to see them. Versus endless examples like the one above or this crap and this nonsense, or Fox calling Ted Kennedy a “hostile enemy” of America on one of their “news” as they did this morning…
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