What is it like watching Fox News crush liberal propaganda outlets?

Question by Diethyl Ether Dinner Candle ™: What is it like watching Fox News crush liberal propaganda outlets?
And knowing that more people watch Fox News than any other media outlet?

Does it compel you to hate Americans and tell yourself America is stupid to deal with the facts?
Fox News more than doubled its competitors on cable, CNN and MSNBC


Truth hurts, huh?
This does explain much of the left’s seething anger and denial.


Best answer:

Answer by nirv
LOL… Faux ? Crash ?

Know better? Leave your own answer in the comments!

7 comments to What is it like watching Fox News crush liberal propaganda outlets?

  • Stay thirsty my friends  says:

    Let us know when it happens.

  • Squilliam Fancyson  says:

    I love America, and I love Fox.

  • Desdamona  says:

    You really should not ever miss taking your medicine.

  • BabySpittle.com  says:

    fox “news” is entertainment

    its not a real news network

  • Fred  says:

    It’s like what Ford advertises about there trucks….they are the best selling trucks 10 years running….does that make them the BEST trucks because they sell more….absolutely NOT. Get my drift. Ratings really don’t mean squat !!!! It just means that there are more gullible people on the right side of politics than the left.

  • Friend  says:

    Fox is biased toward Republicans.

  • FLSwampBoy  says:

    Nielsen September 2010 Nightly News Viewership averages (regardless of Network/Cable viewing – actual viewership audience):

    NBC’s “Nightly News” topped the evening newscasts with 7.6 million viewers.
    ABC’s “World News” was second with 6.9 million.
    “CBS Evening News” had 5.2 million.
    Fox News “Special Report” w/ Bret Baier – 2.05 million viewers.
    The Fox Report w/ Shep – 1.7 million viewers.

    According to a new 60 Minutes/Vanity Fair poll, CNN has edged out Fox News as the nation’s “most trusted” television news channel.


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