Adjusting to an altered political landscape, the "Report" host has been forced to craft a new word for his growing arsenal: "Now, since the beginning of my show, I've led a crusade against facts. Too often, they upset the truth that's in your gut. But that was when the Republicans were in power. Their version of reality was worth ignoring facts for. Now the Democrats are running the show, and their version of reality is, unfortunately, based on reality."