Fox News has apologized for including a photo of Patti LaBelle in an on-air tribute to the late Aretha Franklin, who died at 76 on Thursday. The network featured a photo of LaBelle in the upper right hand corner of a montage to the late singer, and people on Twitter were quick to … More »
Fox News’ Sean Hannity took to the streets of London to conduct brief interviews with those protesting President Trump’s earlier arrival in Great Britain. Hannity’s questions to those rallying against Trump — “why are you here today?” and “why don’t you like the President of the United States?” — invited a multitude of answers, including one from none other than house tastemaker, Seth Troxler. The producer had been playing a protest party at Soho Radio, where guests proceeded to join demonstrators afterward.
In response to Hannity’s inquiry as to what Troxler was specifically “resisting,” Troxler promptly responded “fascism,” but didn’t stop there. When Hannity followed up by asking “who’s a fascist,” he unhesitatingly answered by calling Hannity a fascist to his face, making for a must see TV moment. Sadly, cameras panned away from the scene before viewers could hear anything else from the exchange, but we have a feeling Troxler had a lot more to say.
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Texas hardcore thrashers Power Trip released the album Nightmare Logic earlier this year. And on his show The Five today, Greg Gutfeld, Fox News’ resident music head, played a song from it and name-dropped the band. The band themselves were not so happy about it. See below via Pitchfork. More »
Todd Rundgren’s new video for “Tin Foil Hat,” a collaboration with Donald Fagen from Rundgren’s recent album White Knight, brutally skewers Fox News and its, um, alternative understanding of reality. (Trump administration personalities such as Steve Bannon and Jeff Sessions are the butt of jokes, as are the president himself and disgraced former Fox star … More »
(AllHipHop News) Stacey Dash is getting dragged on the internet, after it was learned that she’s been fired from her job at FOX News.
Stacey, who a cousin of former Roc-A-Fella boss Damon Dash, made her debut on the network in 2014.
Stacey’s controversial viewpoints on President Barack Obama, as well as her conservative views, didn’t sit well with many people.
Apparently, her 2015 suspension over cussing on air during a rant about Barack Obama, in addition to her comments on transgender people, black history month, black owned networks and Middle Easterners after the Orlando shooting may have been too much for even FOX.
The internet had absolutely no sympathy for Dash, who announced her own political Dash America in June of 2016.
Take a look at some of the memes: