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We’re not sure how nasty it has to get between Fox News and Russell Brand before the two decide to meet up, kiss and put it all behind them, but the war of words certainly makes for good viewing.
Two days ago, comedian Brand used his YouTube channel to address the criticism levelled at him for his own denigration of Fox News’ coverage of the Ferguson protests.
He had originally condemned the news station for hiring a token black person to come on to lament the riots and was labelled “left-wing commie scum” as a result by Fox presenter Greg Gutfeld.
originally posted by: combatmaster
a reply to: daaskapital
Russel Brand had some good points and logic at the time of his Jeremy Pax interview.....
However, imho, this 'Trews' he has going on youtube is a total joke.... apart from summarize what 'he believes', he doesnt really add any truth to anything.
Furthermore, what makes him an expert on the Gaza crisis? all i heard was repeats of the lame dead-end anti-israel rhetoric i read on ATS.
He has memorized a few long words, but he is no expert by any means.
originally posted by: adjensen
I don't watch Fox News and have little respect for it, but after watching the first video there, I think it's a great testimony to the fact that "comedians" should stick to comedy. Brand's defense of himself was weak and resorted to crybaby tactics, ad hominem attacks and simple dismissal of the other guy's points with nothing more than a "you're a stupid American, and I'm representing the whole of humanity."
He's not, but I'm sure that his fans are eating it up.
I don't think anyone should be restricted to any one field.