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RUSH: I was just watching TV with Mr. Snerdley at the top-of-the-hour break. We were in Mr. Snerdley’s office. I was trying to help him out with his dilapidated computer, and we were watching Fox on there. Barbara Boxer came on with their new anchor Jane Skinner? They had a knock-down, drag-out in that interview, Snerdley. Senator Boxer thought that the questions from Jane Skinner were unfair and said, “I hear that you agree with the president. Well, I’m not surprised, okay,” and Jane Skinner said, “We’re just trying to bring both sides.”
RUSH: Barbara Boxer: “You’re fair and balanced, thank you very much,” and Jane skinner said, “Indeed we are.”
Mocking tones. I’ve seen Boxer do this two other times on Fox this year, with different anchors and imply that the questions are somehow tainted, unfair, slanted. “Oh, okay, so I see you agree with the president on this. Okay, fine.” It’s a very, very mocking tone. I’m just wondering. We need to keep an eye on this, because I think that the Democrat long knives are going to be out for Fox now, and I wouldn’t be surprised if there is a parade of Democrat guests on Fox that in the middle of the interview sort of mockingly blow up and accuse the anchor, or the reporter, whoever is doing the interview, of having questions written for them by the White House, “Oh, okay, I thought you guys were fair and balanced. Well, if you agree with the president, fine, why don’t you just say that,” something like that. Let’s just see. Let’s just see if this happens.


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