Megyn seemed rather surprised he would argue with her about it. Via.
I checked into the story about the Nightline reporter, Dave Marash. Here is what he said about "bias"
Marash garnered considerable attention when he joined Al Jazeera English in January 2006 as the network's Washington, D.C. anchor, thus becoming the de facto American face of the new English-language station. Two years later, in March 2008, he stepped down from his position. Marash explained, "To put it bluntly, the channel that's on now — while excellent, and I plan to be a lifetime viewer — is not the channel that I signed up to do." Specifically, he cited the loss of editorial control and his inability to vouch for content that the network was broadcasting, as reasons for his departure.
On February 14, 2011 however, Dave Marash defended Al Jazeera English on the O'Reilly Factor on Fox News against claims by Bill O'Reilly that Al Jazeera was anti-American.
Added- From contributor @amarquis32 in the comments:
Idiots. I wonder how Megyn Kelly and company would react if they actually learned that Al Jazeera is already available in DC over the air (no cable required) and on every cable provider...
Ah, here we go.
As I've written over and over again, Republicans are masters of that old Rovian tactic called projection. If you’re not familiar with the term, it’s taking your candidate’s (or anyone’s) weaknesses and attributing them to the opposition.
Now a very desperate, very laughable Karl Rove is projecting again, but this time nobody's buying it. He sank to a new low (Is that even possible?), pathetically accusing Team Obama of -- wait for it-- voter suppression. Yes, you read that right. Watch him sliming his way to irrelevance on Fox:
As Think Progress points out, President Obama got more popular and electoral votes than Willard M. Romney and "grew his margins within certain voting blocks." Some disenfranchisement, huh?
Rove dug himself into another Fox hole. This happened:
And this, via BuzzFlash's Andrew Kaczynski:
When Fox mocks you, you know you're in trouble.
What kills me is that Kelly seems rather normal most of the time, then she gets the crazy ramped up and goes for gold. And really, Ed Rogers? Via Mediaite.
I know ya'll were worried about ol' Pat sitting at home in his boxers and knee socks pining for the good old days. Well, fear not, as long as Fox News exists, he has a home for his bigotry. Via Media Matters.
If he was my shrink, he'd be ahem, "missing". What a douche. Via NewsHounds.
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