Fox New’s Bob Beckel said on The Five Wednesday that, just as rapper Snoop Dog claims to have done, he has smoked marijuana in the White House before.
Fox News’s Bob Beckel and Jesse Watters blew up on each other Monday during a discussion about U.S.-Russia relations and its impact on the international investigation regarding the shot-down Malaysian commercial airliner.
"The Five" co-host's discriminatory remarks have caused a storm of controversy and anger in China, echoing calls in the U.S. for him to be fired. read more
On Fox News Channel on Tuesday, liberal commentator Bob Beckel said that even though he and others have urged President Barack Obama to talk to the leaders of Mexico and Central America to help address the children at the border suffering through the heartbreaking humanitarian crisis the president thus far has declined to even call the leaders. Show More Summary
Democratic Congressman Mike Honda called on Fox News' Bob Beckel to be fired from Fox News after using the word "Chinamen" on-air. Well, after Beckel's apology yesterday, Honda has backed off his statement... for now.
Tuesday on Fox News Channel's "American Newsroom," a frustrated host Martha MacCallum asked liberal commentator Bob Beckel why President Barack Obama was doing nothing to "help these children" on the border. Beckel said, being "brutality frank" the president is ignoring the humanitarian crisis for political reasons. Show More Summary
Pressure is growing for U.S. cable network Fox News to fire host Bob Beckel for controversial comments he recently made about Chinese people, including his use of the word “Chinaman.”
California Senator Ted Lieu is urging Fox News host Bob Beckel to resign after a series of remarks he spewed out on air, including referring to Chinese people as "Chinamen" and the "single biggest threat to the national security of the US." [ more › ]
Beckel said this a few days ago on The Five: "The Chinese are the single biggest threat to the national security of the U.S. They have been, they will be and they can wait, they?re very patient. Do you know...
On Fox news last week, Bob Beckel, the token liberal on The Five, used an ethnic slur when he was bashing the Chinese government by calling their people, "Chinamen." This received a lot of attention around the media and the blogosphere...Show More Summary
Bob Beckel apologized on “The Five” tonight for using the word “Chinamen” last week. “I made some comments last week about the Chinese people which apparently upset some people, for which I apologize,” Beckel said near the end of the...Show More Summary
Fox News' Bob Beckel addressed his "Chinamen" comment on The Five today, apologizing to anyone who was offended by him using that word, but strongly refusing to apologize for his broader critique of the Chinese government.
California State Senator Ted Lieu (D) called on The Five cohost Bob Beckel to resign Monday, after Beckel's comment last week about "Chinamen."
The Los Angeles Times reports that Fox News host Bob Beckel, who co-hosts The Five and has been associated with the Democratic Party for decades, is under fire from a Democratic state senator for making an allegedly racist comment about Chinese people. Show More Summary
Democratic state Sen. Ted Lieu of Torrance called on Fox News host Bob Beckel to resign Saturday after he said on the air Thursday that "Chinamen" are the single biggest threat to national security.
I've written many times that Fox News' "The Five" is the worst cable TV opinion show on the planet and token liberal Bob Beckel continued to make that point for me. Here's Ellen to discuss: Fox’s Bob Beckel went on another ethnic rant on The Five yesterday. Show More Summary
Yesterday The Five's Bob Beckel used the word "Chinamen" on-air, and apparently it caused an "office-wide gasp" at the Huffington Post. Glenn Beck, while laughing at Beckel's strangeness, couldn't help but mock HuffPost for that kind of reaction.
Bob Beckel laments how US brings "Chinamen" to US for computing training so they can go back China (Chinamenland?) to attack America.
The Five co-host Bob Beckel is quite a character, known for his occasionally colorful language, but on Thursday's show, he raised a few eyebrows by using the word "Chinamen" on air, a word that's generally considered to be an offensive slang word about Chinese people.