If you’ve seen me call Fox, aka Faux Noise, the official Republican Ministry of Propaganda once, you’ve seen me do so a hundred times. For me to say so is one thing, but when they actually announce it on-air themselves, that is a delight to savor.
Now here’s one of the few good reasons to go on Fox News. Thomas Ricks, a member of the Center for a New American Security, author of several books on the military, and a Pulitzer Prize winner, went on Fox to talk about Benghazi. But his interview didn’t last long. Asked why Sen. John McCain seems to be backing off his threats to block U.N. Ambassador Susan Rice from being made secretary of state, Ricks said, "I think that Benghazi generally was hyped by this network especially and that now that the campaign is over, he’s backing off a little bit. They’re not going to stop Susan Rice from being secretary of state."…
…It’s fantastic anytime someone goes on Fox News to say that Fox News is operating as a wing of the Republican Party. It’s exponentially more fantastic when the person going on Fox News to say that Fox News is operating as a wing of the Republican Party is not some token liberal, but rather someone introduced by Fox as a distinguished expert on foreign policy and the military… [emphasis added]
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Here’s the video:
Did you see that goose-steppers face when he realized Ricks was not going to parrot the Republican Party Line? Classic! He couldn’t end the interview fast enough. How awful for them that the sheeple got to hear something true for a change, not the normal echo-chamber Pablum.