Fox and Friends enjoys playing the victim in their weekly The Fight For Faith segment, which shows sanctimonious Christians being persecuted by non-religious heathens, and the courageous battle that ensues. Elisabeth Hasselbeck interviews a North Carolina pastor who believes that all Americans should value his deity over their own country. Show More Summary
Fox & Friends host Elisabeth Hasselbeck challenged a North Carolina pastor to defend the flying of the Christian flag above the American one in protest of the secularization of the country.
"What do you say to people who think you're disrespecting Old Glory?" she asked
Fox News host Elisabeth Hasselbeck disagreed with a North Carolina pastor on Tuesday whose church was flying the Christian flag above the American flag. Leading into an interview with Elizabeth Baptist Church Pastor Rit Varriale, Fox & Friends eschewed the Fight For Faith opening graphics the...
While introducing country singer Jana Kramer as part of Fox & Friends' "All-American Summer Concert Series," co-host Elisabeth Hasselbeck made a bawdy sex joke that would have been an instant hit during her previous gig as View co-h...
Fox & Friends co-hosts Elisabeth Hasselbeck and Steve Doocy baselessly speculated that 2016 presidential candidate Hillary Clinton would remain silent on South Carolina's Confederate flag out of deference to her husband's actions as governor of Arkansas. Show More Summary
Fox News host Elisabeth Hasselbeck suggested on Monday that President Barack Obama could blurt out the N-word during an important speech like his State of the Union address because he had used it while recently discussing the state of race in America. During a conversation with podcaster Marc Maron...
Fox & Friends, deeply unfunny despite its best efforts, recently proved its propensity for selective truth extends to music criticism, as Elisabeth Hasselbeck chose one verse from an American Authors song—”I’m a little bit jealous/ I’m...Show More Summary
Fox News host Elisabeth Hasselbeck turns to a wingnut for advice instead of the OBGYN sitting right there
Elisabeth Hasselbeck, in Fox's Trouble With Schools segment, brings to light a student at West Tech, H.S. in Las Vegas who has been denied the right to start a "Pro-Life Club." Angelique Clark, a sophomore, has decided to pursue her 'crusade' further by seeking counsel from the radically pro-life, Thomas More Society. Show More Summary
The K-Love Fan Awards have announced that Steven Curtis Chapman and Michael Tait will be among the performers and presenters at year's show with co-hosts Kirk Cameron and Elizabeth Hasselbeck on Sunday.
Fox & Friends host Elisabeth Hasselbeck warned Tuesday morning that women's magazines were already in the tank for Hillary Clinton, causing conservative radio host Laura Ingraham to speculate that the entire of the American culture industry would assemble for Clinton.
As the mouthpiece for the rabid, anti-choice right wing, Fox News never wastes an opportunity to attack Planned Parenthood. This morning, Elisabeth Hasselbeck continued that fine tradition in asking why Planned Parenthood would dare to say that Carly Fioriana, a woman, would be a threat to women. They didn't - but this is Fox & Friends. read more
Elisabeth Hasselbeck describes the immense criminal magnitude of the events in Waco this past Saturday and wants to know how big are motorcycle gangs in this country. This long running segment called "Prescription for Justice" has enlisted their noted Obamacare Death Panel Liar, Peter Johnson Jr. Show More Summary
The hosts of Fox & Friends on Monday complained that it was taking too long to execute some inmates on death row, meaning that Americans would not “get to kill” them in a timely manner. Last week, a jury voted to sentence convicted Boston bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev to death. Experts...
Fox host Elisabeth Hasselbeck suggested that the U.S. justice system was too lenient on Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, who received the death penalty for the Boston Marathon bombing, complaining that his right to appeal upends the "justice" of the...Show More Summary
Dr. Mehmet Oz, who's come under increasing scrutiny for hawking miracle dietary cures on his popular show, told Fox & Friends' Elisabeth Hasselbeck that he'd made one big mistake in his career, on which he's already reversed course.
Fox News host Elisabeth Hasselbeck argued on Wednesday that “In God We Trust” was an appropriate motto for public schools because it was printed on U.S. currency. Last month, Principal Albert Hardison removed all references to “In God We Trust” at Ridgewood Middle School...
Elisabeth Hasselbeck and the hosts of Fox & Friends suggested on Monday that they had a “right to know” if the first black woman to be appointed Assistant Chief of Police in Miami was a Muslim who hated America because she stood at attention during the Pledge of Allegiance instead...
Crackpot psychiatrist Dr. Keith Ablow visited Fox & Friends this morning to blame President Obama explain why some Americans have become radicalized and joined ISIS. Host Elisabeth Hasselbeck suggested they should just play videogames...Show More Summary