Fox News Staff Engages in Hilarious Shenanigans in Light of Massive Republican Victory

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Tuesday night was a night no true conservative will soon forget, as the most liberal Democratic Party in American history got bent over a knee and spanked mercilessly with the belt of freedom.

Many libertyloving patriots all across the country celebrated each victory culminating in the complete takeover of the Senate a different way. Some took to Twitter, some turned it into a drinking game with a shot being taken every time a race was called for a Republican–which means they were three sheets to the wind by ten o’clock–and others danced like fools in their living room.

The staff at Fox News, which consisted of a number of the network’s most popular anchors like Megyn Kelly, Bret Baier, Chris Wallace, and Karl Rove to name a few, seemed so super pumped by what was happening around America that they let loose a bit.

The shenanigans that ensued proves conservatives are always the life of the party.

via TheBlaze:

During a segment around 12:45 a.m. ET on Wednesday morning, famed newsman Chris Wallace, former Bush staple Karl Rove and Democratic analyst Joe Trippi decided to become “campaign cowboys” and offer their thoughts on what Republicans would do with control of both chambers. And they dressed the part.

Fox-cowboy-panel

Wallace seemed to recognize just how fun the moment appeared to viewers and commented, “I know I look ridiculous, but I figure by this time of the evening either you’re drunk or you have a sense of humor.”

Well that was certainly entertaining!

With such a positive vibe filling the air all around America, who wouldn’t join the Fox News “campaign cowboys” for a brew and a few laughs, while handing out boxes of tissues to defeated Democrats wailing and screaming as they watch their progressive agenda die a horrible, bloody death?

Sounds like a good time to me!

Today is definitely a day for celebration, and Americans should savor the sweetness of the moment for a little while, but not too long. While we may have defeated the progressive agenda, it’s only for a season. We need to start immediately thinking about the future, the bigger picture. Conservatives have two years to show the whole nation why our principles are good for the country. If we fail now, it makes the prospect of voting in a conservative president in 2016 nigh impossible.

So let’s party on a moment longer, and then get our butts back to work!

 

 

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Michael Cantrell

Michael Cantrell is a conservative journalist/blogger with over 8 years of professional writing experience writing for some of the largest publications on the Internet. He has participated in several campaigns to repeal Obamacare, worked with Tea Party candidates running for Congress, and more. Michael is a staunch constitutionalist and lover of American history.

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