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Elisabeth Hasselbeck suggested that Sandra Bland could have used her lit cigarette as a weapon during the traffic stop in Texas that preceded her death. Hasselbeck discussed the possible uses of a lit cigarette during a "Fox & Friends" segment with former New York City Police Department Officer John Rafferty on Fox News Monday. Show More Summary
"There are times, I’m sure, someone has, in the history of this land, used a cigarette against a police officer," said Hasselback On Monday morning’s Fox and Friends, co-host Elisabeth Hasselbeck suggested that the Texas state trooper who arrested Sandra Bland wanted her to put out her cigarette because she might use it as a weapon. Show More Summary
Fox News segment on Sandra Bland I know. This is Fox News. They say ridiculous shit. But this segment on Sandra Bland truly crosses the line. In it, Elisabeth Hasselbeck, without cracking a smile, suggests that Officer Brian Encinia may have been physically threatened by the flaming weaponized cigarette being smoked by Bland. Show More Summary
The "Fox & Friends" host suggested cops should live in perpetual fear of everyday objects and overreact accordingly
On Monday morning’s Fox and Friends, co-host Elisabeth Hasselbeck suggested that the Texas state trooper who arrested Sandra Bland wanted her to put out her cigarette because she might use it as a weapon. Media Matters reported that Hasselbeck was speaking to former New York Police Department...
Fox & Friends host Elisabeth Hasselbeck zeroed in Monday morning on the question we've all been asking ourselves since the death of Sandra Bland while in police custody: wasn't the officer justified in removing her from her car because she could have attacked him with her lit cigarette?
From the July 27 edition of Fox News' Fox & Friends: HASSELBECK: It's tense to watch. Where would you say he went over the line, if at all?RAFFERTY: Well, his own deployment obviously put him on administrative duty. They've already recognized he stepped over the line. Show More Summary
Fox & Friends' Elisabeth Hasselbeck stretched to credit Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump with granting Sen. John McCain "a theoretical apology" for his attack on McCain's military record. Trump took to The O'Reilly Factor...Show More Summary
Fox News Channel's Elisabeth Hasselbeck interviewed Pastor Rit Varriale on Tuesday's Fox and Friends over his church's decision to fly a Christian flag over the American flag. Hasselbeck noted how "the move is sparking an outrage on social media," and wondered it was "a fight for faith, or a slam to Old Glory."
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