Following the election, Fox News realized they were in trouble and began weeding out some of the low-level #NeveTrumpers.
Their numbers plummeted, and viewers lost all “confidence” in the ostensibly “fair and balanced” cable network.
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They also can’t seem to keep their remaining TDS hosts quiet.
And while we’re on the subject of TDS, no one at Fox New has a more severe case of Stage 5 TDS than Chris Wallace.
Keeping someone like him around doesn’t help Fox News much, especially after his recent statements about ghoulish traitor Dr. Fauci.
You may recall that at the first debate versus President Trump, he almost debated for Joe Biden.
Even though I’ll probably never watch Fox again, I’d like to see someone like Wallace get their due.
It’s past time for him to leave…
Wallace appears to have lost his capacity to refrain from editorializing, focusing many of his interviews with administration officials on entangling them in minutia while harping on irrelevant matters rather than eliciting vital facts.
By contrast, Fox News senior political correspondent Brit Hume has emerged as a considerably more objective anchor and less prone to building ‘narratives’ instead of questions addressed at Trump administration officials and the president himself, but not being wholly subservient to the president.
By asking liberal Harvard law professor Lawrence Tribe to respond to Trump’s nomination of Judge Amy Coney Barrett to succeed the late Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, Hume deftly maneuvered liberal Harvard law professor Lawrence Tribe into revealing his true views on the Constitution, which he has taught to students.
After enabling Tribe to explain why he was opposed, Hume raised a direct question concerning the nomination’s constitutionality, and by keeping on point, elicited a shocking response from Tribe.
“While we’re on the subject of the Constitution, sir, do you see any support for your position in the document itself?” Hume enquired.
“I’m not saying it’s unconstitutional to go ahead [with the plan].”
On Sunday, Hume, who was filling in for Wallace, deftly manipulated liberal Harvard law professor Lawrence Tribe into revealing his true views on the Constitution, which he had taught to students, by asking him to respond to Trump’s nomination of Judge Amy Coney Barrett to succeed the late Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg.
After enabling Tribe to explain why he was against it, Hume raised a direct question concerning the nomination’s constitutionality, and by keeping on point, elicited a shocking response from Tribe.
“While we’re on the subject of the Constitution, sir, do you find any support for your thesis in the document itself?” The question came from Hume.
“I’m not claiming that going through [with it] is unconstitutional.
“The models that were the foundation for these extreme limits that we as a government have imposed to tackle the coronavirus [were flawed],” Hume added. “We may or may not have flattened the curve, but the economy has definitely flattened. According to unemployment claims, at least ten million individuals are unemployed. And millions more are or will be in the near future.”
— He described it as “absurd.” Trump’s coronavirus briefings, according to CNN host Don Lemon, are his “new rallies.”
“I believe the analogy being drawn here is absurd,” Hume told Martha MacCallum of Fox News, adding that Lemon’s remark “seems to be on its face nonsensical.”
– A high-ranking political official