Fox & Friends
When former Vice President Joe Biden visited Detroit on Tuesday, he got more than he expected when a construction worker asked whether he would let gun owners keep their firearms or use the government to remove them instead. The employee who posed that question was a guest on Wednesday morning's edition of Fox & Friends, when he said he was surprised that the Democratic frontrunner responded with a great deal of hostility and vulgarity to his question.
On Thursday morning, Fox News again displayed the kind of good journalism that is so often lacking on the more liberal networks, as Fox & Friends co-host Brian Kilmeade asked former Barack Obama administration DHS Secretary Jeh Johnson about the cage-like structures that his administration built to hold illegal immigrants, including children. Johnson defended the facilities as being necessary to detain a large number of illegals quickly while keeping children and young women safe from adult detainees who were not related to them.
Over the weekend, Fox and Friends Sunday gave attention to the story of an elderly woman who was murdered last month by an illegal immigrant from Guyana who was recently protected from deportation by New York's sanctuary policies. Daria Ortiz -- the granddaughter of murder victim Maria Fuertes -- appeared as a guest in the aftermath of meeting with President Donald Trump at the White House on Friday to help promote the President's actions to pressure sanctuary cities to stop harboring criminal aliens.
Liberals love nothing more than to trash the Fox News Channel as a propaganda network for President Trump. That narrative played out on the February 16 episode of Showtime’s Our Cartoon President in an episode titled “Fox News” that treats the president's relationship with Fox News like a dysfunctional marriage.
Tuesday evening, Politico published a story revealing House Intelligence Committee Chairman Rep. Adam Schiff (D-Calif.) “mischaracterized,” a text message exchange sent between Rudy Giuliani and his former business associate, Lev Parnas. However, this revelation didn’t make the cut on ABC, NBC, CBS, CNN or MSNBC on Tuesday all the way into Wednesday morning.
On Thursday morning, Fox and Friends made time for the kind of story that is a reminder of how important it is to enforce immigration laws and deport aliens who commit serious crimes rather than allow liberal sanctuary cities to cover for them.
On Thursday morning, Fox News Channel highlighted efforts by Democrats to impose more gun control in Virginia as gun rights activist Dana Loesch appeared as a guest on Fox and Friends. Loesch not only discussed efforts to push back against the Democratic legislature which is trying to pass new gun laws, but she also correctly pointed out that crime increased in Colorado and Maryland after those states passed gun control in the aftermath of the Sandy Hook school shootings.
The perpetual hurricane of lunacy engulfing the liberal media in the age of President Trump never abates. Following the demise of Iran’s Soleimani, the press took the President to task for the military operation while humanizing the depraved terrorist in the same breath. The Hill’s Joe Concha appeared on Saturday’s Fox and Friends to discuss the swooning coverage of Soleimani, specifically from The New York Times.
On Tuesday morning, Fox News Channel's Fox & Friends show gave attention to two examples of the kind of pro-gun stories that are generally underreported in the dominant media. In a case out of Bay Point, California, surveillance video recorded a Kam's Market store clerk defending himself by shooting one of two armed robbers, and, near Houston, a homeowner shot and killed three armed home invaders after they entered his home.
Supreme Court Justice Neil Gorsuch drove social media lefties into a frenzy on Tuesday all because of a little innocuous season's greetings on the Fox News Channel. The Trump nominated Supreme Court Justice wished the cable news network a “Merry Christmas” and inclusivity-obsessed progressives flipped their collective wig, accusing the statement of being a talking point of the GOP.”
CNN host Brian Stelter is appalled that Neil Gorsuch would go on “one of the most partisan shows on TV,” Fox and Friends. The tone deaf journalist has apparently forgot that liberal Supreme Court Justices like Stephen Breyer and Sonia Sotomayor have gone on equally liberal news outlets like CNN, NBC and CBS. In his daily Reliable Sources e-mail newsletter, Stelter complained:
In the past week, in the aftermath of the shooting attack that killed three U.S. Navy sailors on a military base in Pensacola, Florida, Fox News Channel's Fox & Friends show has given substantial attention to the problem of most troops not being allowed to carry weapons on base. In several segments this week, the show highlighted the views of several Navy troops who are speaking out on the issue.