Discussion: Fox's Baier: Despite What Trump Says, 'This Was Not No Collusion, No Obstruction'

WTF is going on with FUX News these days? The kool-aid finally wearing off?

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I think the sons of Murdoch believe the future is not with Trump

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In what world is ‘insufficient evidence’ innocence? Wow.

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‘Trump tweeted soon after that there was “insufficient evidence” and that he is “innocent.”’

Tweeted like a true crime boss. There’s a reason why Cohen called him “Boss”. Like John Gotti, but not as smart and smaller hands.

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He’s losing faux news, unbelievable one thing after another, however subtle.

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Looks like a FoxNews squirrel found some other nuts besides the ones that belong to Donald Trump that are usually in his mouth.

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Big difference between “I didn’t do it!” and “You can’t prove it!”

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Urrrrggghhh!

Fox News is acting like this is BREAKING NEWS and a big collusion/obstruction surprise.
It is all in the Report, if they bothered to read it.

But I am sure later Fox “reporters” and “entertainment hosts” will soon beat the no collusion, no obstruction witch hunt again.

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I’ve noticed that while all the Fox females have that ‘certain something,’ the men mostly look like 2nd-string high school jocks, riding the end of the bench, yelling mindless insults at the other team.

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I’m pretty sure that Baier’s audience does not understand or get double negatives, so Faux is still on safe ground with their viewers.

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And smaller balls – in spite of the TV show, he’s afraid to fire anyone to their face, always uses twitter or has somebody else do it.

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New sheriffs at Fox News, less interested in spin in the newsroom, hobbles are off the folks who consider themselves journalists instead of pundits. They are also willing to slap down the crazies when they cross too bright a line.

Not giving them too much credit, because there are a lot of very nuanced reasons and moving parts that make this more of a business decision than a moral choice. But, hey, take what you can get.

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The Fox viewers take their cue from the Fox and Friends crew and the evening shows, not Baier or Shepard.

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In the world of unindicted individual #1.

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Giuliani must’ve been watching Baier and jumped the gun as usual. He’s already inserted his foot and given credence to Baier’s reporting…Hah. Donnie is in the East Wing, watching the tube and composing his tweets on Mueller in the meantime. tRump’s sycophants know he’ll be blowing his top and ordering some major distraction or vindictive action soon enough. Its like watching the Republicans play their usual game of hot potato awaiting tRump’s newest tantrum.

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snort!!! :smiley:

It will all get turned around by the time (f)ucker, Ingrate and Insanity take to the airwaves tonight… they’re the only ones that Faux viewers listen to anyway.

It might not seem like it, but things changed a bit, the ground shifted, now that we heard from Mueller.

Let the pundits and hacks flap their jaws, but Mueller made it clear they could not exonerate Trump, and that DOJ guidelines don’t allow an indictment of a sitting president.

By saying that he did us a favor.

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The plan all along has been to have Pence run as the incumbent and seek “re-election” while he packs the courts with nut jobs.

Any anti-abortion laws get passed lately?

Right now everyone is telling DJT that the only way out of Fed Prison is for Pence to pull a Gerry Ford and issue a pardon. MAGA fans will rejoice while the rest of 'murica just gets to suck it.