Fox News host Chris Wallace stunned fans this week when he blasted his colleagues at the network for criticizing the mainstream media.
Mediaite reported that many Fox News hosts have rightly called out the mainstream media for it’s anti-Trump bias. Somehow, Wallace does not like that they do this.
“It bothers me,” Wallace said in an interview. “If they want to say they like Trump, or that they’re upset with the Democrats, that’s fine. That’s opinion. That’s what they do for a living.
“I don’t like them bashing the media, because oftentimes what they’re bashing is stuff that we on the news side are doing,” he added. “I don’t think they recognize that they have a role at Fox News and we have a role at Fox News. I don’t know what’s in their head. I just think it’s bad form.”
Actually, Chris, “bad form” is exhibited by people like Anderson Cooper and Rachel Maddow, who have resorted to using fake news to attack our president.
This comes after “Fox & Friends” guest host Jason Sehorn stunned fans by defending the NFL players who have been kneeling for the national anthem.
“I think you’ll still see the same people taking a knee — what they’re standing for or taking a knee for, I get, and I understand,” Sehorn said “We may not agree with the approach that they’re taking, but what they’re doing and the causes that they’re trying to promote, they can’t change that now. You can’t just stop because somebody says we don’t like it. Let’s remember, a protest isn’t supposed to appease everybody. I think we’re losing sight of some of the reasons they’re doing this because of the way in which they’re going about doing it.”
Host Steve Doocy then asked Sehorn what he would do if he was still playing in the NFL and he saw one of his teammates kneeling.
“I would support him, he’s my teammate,” Sehorn replied. “There’s 53 guys in that locker room, we don’t all think the same way but we’re teammates.”
Sehorn added that he personally would not kneel and would choose a “different venue” for protesting, but continued defending the players’ “prerogative” to do so. He then talked about the locker room friendships that these athletes feel with each other which can diminish disagreements like the national anthem protests.
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