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Kelly sparked a firestorm of conservative rage, but as it turns out, she told a complete and utter lie. And for lying, Kelly was promptly torn apart on national and local television. You see, that form of voting only applies to men and women who are serving in the military overseas. In fact, members of the armed forces from all 50 states can vote that way if they so choose. Kelly’s report was so inflammatory that it caused a Colorado news anchor to include the segment in a fact-checking analysis that is usually only reserved for campaign ads. In his analysis of Kelly’s report, 9News anchor Kyle Clark called out the Fox host for slapping together a load of bull# and calling it journalism. “We normally reserve our truth test for political ads, but that claim is misleading,”
Clearly, Fox and Kelly owe Colorado an apology and they owe our servicemen and women in the military an apology as well. Because unless Fox and Kelly are openly accusing American soldiers of committing voter fraud, it would be best to just admit they misled the public for the sake of attacking the Democratic Party
“The more you can increase fear of drugs, crime, welfare mothers, immigrants and aliens, the more you control all of the people.”
Fox news....BS mountain at it's best.
originally posted by: DAVID64
You'd prefer we watch MSNBC ?
In his analysis of Kelly’s report, 9News anchor Kyle Clark called out the Fox host for slapping together a load of bull# and calling it journalism.
originally posted by: Gryphon66
I love that Fox News faithful always plead: "Why does everyone claim that Fox News is biased? ... "
And then, a sentence or so later: " ... unlike everything they say on that MSNBC and HuffPo; they're just full of lies and more lies."
I guess the pot and the kettle are still not speaking, these days.
originally posted by: Grimpachi
Well from a few threads here it is my understanding that those from ATS only watch FOX with the sound off. Basicly they are just looking at the good looking bobbleheads. That they are.
Fake news stories seem to be the norm on some channels. BTW my mom called me the other day all concerned because some doctor they had on FOX was saying cell phones cause brain cancer along with a bunch of other stuff. It has been a while since I had cable but I wonder is FOX doing infomercials now? She swears it was on FOX news channel she is older so she believes what they say on the news.