Fox News Is Covering Trump's Impeachment Trial in the Most Fox News Way, and People Are Calling Them Out
As Democratic House impeachment managers make their case against President Donald Trump, one of his favorite news networks is going to lengths to keep the bevy of evidence against him from reaching their viewers' ears.
At first, Fox News tried scrolling Trump's so-called accomplishments alongside live video of the historic proceedings. Now, the network's latest attempt to distract from the Democrats' arguments is raising eyebrows even higher.
Fox News Host Just Accidentally Proposed Elizabeth Warren's Plan to Eliminate Student Loan Debt Without Even Realizing
Students of this year's graduating class of Morehouse College got the surprise of their lives recently when billionaire commencement speaker Robert F. Smith announced that he would be paying off the student loan debt of every Morehouse graduate of 2019.
While the gesture was undoubtedly generous, it speaks to the vast problem of inflated student loans across the country, pinning many graduates in debt before they've had a chance to build their careers.
Fox News Host Just Read Texts He Received From His Liberal Mom Live on Air, and We Couldn't Have Said It Better Ourselves
Fox News host Jesse Watters is one of the network's more radical Conservatives. He's found himself in hot water for a racist report in Chinatown, misleading viewers by exploiting New York's homeless population, a lewd comment about Ivanka Trump, and a slew of other missteps.
One of the foremost people trying to keep Watters in check is his liberal mother, Dr. Anne Watters, who frequently texts him—usually during his segments—rebuttals and critiques. So savage are Dr. Watters' texts to her son, Fox News' The Five has actually made a segment for them called "Mom Texts."
Fox News Host Had a Highly Questionable Take on Christine Blasey Ford, and Mia Farrow Shut Him Down With One Simple Tweet
Fox News commentator Jesse Watters, appearing on "The Five," accused Dr. Christine Blasey Ford, the Stanford University professor who alleges Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh sexually assaulted her in high school, of "not being a true victim."
"I don't want to cast any doubt on her allegations," Watters told co-host Greg Gutfeld, "but the way they are dragging this out now it's become so political, Greg, that it's gotten away from the actual alleged crime. And now it's about the process and the nomination of this guy. She's not doing things-- the Democrats aren't doing things in a way that people would do if she was a true victim."