What's the one thing you never want old men talking about? Anything remotely related to the naughty bits. Well, you can thank Fox News' Bob Beckel for just... I don't even know how to explain it other than just a classic Beckel.
"Would JFK be welcome in today's Democratic Party?" That's the question Fox News' The Five asked just two days before the 50th anniversary of former President John F. Kennedy's assassination. As Bob Beckel said in his introduction to...Show More Summary
On Tuesday, Fox News pundit Bob Beckel argued that it "makes logical political sense to delay (Obamacare) a year." Wednesday night Beckel, a usually reliable advocate for all things Obama, revealed that the White House "bludgeoned him" for the remarks. Show More Summary
The Five co-host Bob Beckel revealed this week that after he spoke out in favor of delaying Obamacare, he received a call from someone connected to the White House who "absolutely bludgeoned" him over the phone.
Bob Beckel, a liberal co-host of Fox News' The Five, said he received an angry phone call from the White House after suggesting on the air that the administration enact a six-month to one-year delay of Obamacare's individual mandateShow More Summary
Politics Chicago-style– Democratic operative and FOX News contributor Bob Beckel told Bill Hemmer today that he got a call from the White House after he suggested implementation for Obamacare should be delayed 6 months. “The other day on The Five … Continue reading ?
"There isn't anywhere I go," says "The Five" host Kimberly Guilfoyle, "that people aren't like, 'You and Bob Beckel are too much!' We're like Ma and Pa Kettle, like an old married couple or something."
On Monday, The Five host Bob Beckel lashed out at “fanatic, thug, murdering” Muslims abroad who he said are waging a “war on Christianity.” His co-hosts agreed and scolded Democrats and President Barack Obama for remaining silent on the issue and choosing to “conflate” the histories of Christianity and Islam in order to make a political point.
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Click here to view this media The Five's favorite Fox faux "liberal," Bob Beckel, decided to go on another rant and hold all Muslims accountable for the actions of some extremists in Kenya who attacked a shopping mall there. If that's...Show More Summary
Forget the Ground Zero mosque. Fox News co-host Bob Beckel doesn't want any more mosques anywhere in the U.S., until American Muslims denounce the Kenyan mall attacks. On Monday, Beckel went on a tirade about Islam, saying it was "not...Show More Summary
Greg Gutfeld may have been the one to open The Five's Monday afternoon segment on this weekend's brutal terror attack at a Kenyan shopping mall, but it was Bob Beckel who unleashed a furious rant against Muslim "cowards," including those who live in America, who do not...
Fox News Channel The Five” co-host Bob Beckel, who always says what is on his mind, apparently didn’t like a segment on today’s show. During a segment featuring Facebook questions from viewers, Beckel interrupted his colleagues by mockingly...Show More Summary
Sean Hannity fought Bob Beckel Wednesday night on the continuing fallout from the IRS tea party targeting, with Hannity telling Beckel it's "the foundation of tyranny."
The Five co-hosts Andrea Tantaros and Bob Beckel squared off on Sean Hannity's show over Syria and liberal hypocrisy in backing Obama on military action.
The Five hosts continued to express their skepticism Friday over U.S. intervention in Syria, and this time they didn't have Bob Beckel sticking up for the Obama Administration. After Secretary of State John Kerry made the strong case for military action today, Greg Gutfeld accused President Obama of "leading from behind Kerry."
On Fox News' The Five Wednesday, Bob Beckel did not argue when co-host Dana Perino said he blamed the NRA for this week's shooting at McNair Elementary School in DeKalb, Georgia. Beckel explicitly blamed the NRA for the shooting of Australian college baseball player Christopher Lane earlier in the show. Show More Summary
Appearing on Fox News Saturday morning, Fox analyst Bob Beckel said that the Patriot Act had been passed in panic after 9/11, but that the event was over a decade old and the laws it spurred needed to be revised.
On Friday, Fox News Channel’s Martha MacCallum hosted a panel discussion which debated whether President Barack Obama was being proactive enough in addressing the unfolding crisis in Egypt. The Five co-host Bob Beckel said that the president has few options to address the situation in that North African country. Show More Summary