BWHAHAHAHAHAHAHA! I certainly hope so, because unlike CBS, NBC. MSNBC, ABC, and PBS, Fox News is the only network that doesn’t have its lips planted on Barky’s ass.
From Fox News.
Barack Obama has lashed out at Fox News at various times during his presidency and it’s continuing in the final weeks of his time in office.
In an interview with Rolling Stone, Obama was asked if he still believes the U.S. is a “progressive country” following the election of Donald Trump as the 45th president.
He pointed to Democrats’ failure to reach working-class white voters, as he did in 2008 and 2012.
……Watch the full report above from James Rosen, who earlier this year called out the State Department for having edited out one of his questions from a 2013 briefing video.
Over the last 8 years, Barky has blamed the GOP, racism, bloggers, America’s founders, technology, George W. Bush, the intelligence community, “right wing radio” and a video for his multiple fuck ups.
His supporters voted pigment over substance and they’re surprised when the results are less than spectacular.
The Cult of the Black Jesus Obama was in full swing for Obama’s presidential campaigns.
An infatuated male CNN correspondent wrote love letters to Obama and kept an archive. Evan Thomas deified him. Brian Williams usually brought knee pads for Obama interviews. Chris Matthews got ‘a thrill going up his leg’ every time he heard Obama speak. Curtis Sittenfeld, ( a female by the way) loves, loves, loves Obamessiah so much, she’d suck his dick if she had the chance. It’s some of the most disturbing, perverted behavior ever displayed by leftwing media.
The bottom line: America called bullshit on the hackneyed epithets and arrogance of the Dem effete. The very Middle Class working America and patriots that the Left and RINO elites hate and vilify, threw a big middle finger in their face.
Glenn Reynolds put it best:
Last week, in assessing the rise of Donald Trump, New York Times columnist David Brooks engaged in an uncharacteristic bit of self-reflection:
“Trump voters,” he wrote, “are a coalition of the dispossessed. They have suffered lost jobs, lost wages, lost dreams. The American system is not working for them, so naturally they are looking for something else. Moreover, many in the media, especially me, did not understand how they would express their alienation. We expected Trump to fizzle because we were not socially intermingled with his supporters and did not listen carefully enough. For me, it’s a lesson that I have to change the way I do my job if I’m going to report accurately on this country.”