Prickly Pete - 2014-05-16 In their defense, for the most part it's not the same specific people getting caught up in the double talk. I think Hannity shows up in both halves of the video. Someone (not me, but some jackass) COULD make the (flimsy) argument that this just proves that Fox News shows both sides of an issue: Hillary would be an unfit president because she faked a head injury vs. Hillary would be an unfit president because she had a trauamtic head injury. You know, both sides...
Prickly Pete - 2014-05-16 I think only Hannity shows up* I should say. The point being, this isn't really a great example of flip flopping per say. "Fox News" isn't just one person so multiple people on the network saying contradicting things isn't really proof of anything. Realistically we all know they're all working together to push a specific agenda, but this video isn't particularly damnable is it?
Hooker - 2014-05-16 Have you guys really gotten to the point that presidential election season starts before the preceding mid-term elections?
SolRo - 2014-05-16 they're really waiting too long to start working on Obama's daughters campaign.
blood_visions - 2014-05-16 one day we're gonna look back at how the right responded to both the first black and first female presidents
Robin Kestrel - 2014-05-16 I really thought for awhile there that the next two years of Fox News would consist of nothing but people sitting around repeating the word "Benghazi" to each other. Nice to see them getting back to their fair and balanced roots.
Nikon - 2014-05-16 It seems like Ben Ghazi gets a bad rap. He's probably not such a bad guy if all Fox News can do is talk crap about him.
exy - 2014-05-16 Wait, what? Fox was self-inconsistent?!!?!??!?!?!?!