Something Was A Little Strange About Fox News' Coverage Of Michael Flynn's Resignation

I’m going to admit right off the bat that I actually don’t mind Fox News. In fact, whenever something major happens in our country, I usually flip back and forth between MSNBC and Fox News so I know I’m getting the two halves of a whole truth. Some people are ready to launch a holy crusade against them, but I just feel as though they’re filling a necessary space in the cable news market.
That said, you can’t run around perpetually sucking off Donald Trump, who almost obsessively calls CNN ‘fake news,’ and then not cover a massive story because you’re trying to remain in the good graces of the current administration. Airing a re-run interview with a gay New York conservative while the National Security Advisor is stepping down due to possible Russian ties is like the definition of a ‘fake news’ move.
I’ve never worked for a politically focused mass media organization, but I’m prettttyyyy sure the resignation of a high-up White House official deserves a little bit more attention than a blurb scrolling across the bottom of the screen.





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