What Rosie O’Donnell just said about Fox News will make you want to pull your hair out

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It’s no secret that our culture is completely saturated with stupid people, most of whom are brainless Hollywood drones who eagerly lap up the crap Obama and his liberal trolls toss their direction.

If you were to make a list of these less-than-intelligent folks, you’d likely see Rosie O’Donnell, the washed up actress who now spends her time polluting the atmosphere with a steady stream of progressive tripe as a host on The View, at the very top.

O’Donnell has made it annoyingly clear she’ s not a fan of Fox News, but apparently she thinks we’re all idiots and don’t understand her incredible hate and disgust with the media outlet, so she repeatedly bashes the network over and over. Which is exactly what she did Tuesday morning. For the umpteenth time.

via TheBlaze:

Rosie O’Donnell had some tough words for Fox News during a fiery discussion on “The View” Tuesday morning, claiming that she believes the news outlet “likes to incite a lot of hate and is not always factually correct.”

O’Donnell made these comments while she and her fellow co-hosts were responding to actor and commentator Ben Stein’s controversial proclamation Sunday that President Barack Obama is “the most racist president there has ever been in America.”

Not “factually accurate?” Oh, and I suppose CNN is what Ms. O’Donnell would consider “factually accurate,” and objective.

O’Donnell is obnoxious and clearly doesn’t have a clue what she’s talking about. Yes, Fox News is slanted to the right. CNN is slanted to the left. There’s no such thing as a media outlet that is completely “fair and balanced” without some sort of political bias.

The question should not be whether or not a news organization is “objective,” but whether or not the bias that exists is correct. Liberalism and conservatism are not equal. One is true and the other isn’t. It’s as simple as that. In other words, does the news organization lean in a political direction that is backed up and supported by fact, history, and common sense?

If the answer is no, then it might be time to start getting your news elsewhere.

Regardless, no one should ever, ever, ever take political advice and counsel from someone like O’Donnell who is nothing more than a ventriloquist dummy reciting the same old tired lines progressives have spewed out for decades.

Sorry, Ms. O’Donnell, but no amount of progressive butt kissing is going to resurrect your film career. Hang it up, go home, and fade out of the public eye with what little grace and dignity you possess.

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Michael Cantrell

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