Fox News anchor Shepard Smith and the network’s legal expert Andrew Napolitano agreed on Friday that Michael Flynn’s guilty plea to charges that he lied to the FBI are an ominous sign for President Donald Trump and his administration. “Michael Flynn admits now that a senior member...
Via Mediaite: Fox News’ Shep Smith today, in reacting to the Michael Flynn plea agreement, said, “The list of people who lied is getting longer and longer.” Smith spoke with Wall Street Journal associate editor John Bussey, who agreed...Show More Summary
On Thursday, Fox News host Shep Smith called out President Donald Trump for retweeting “unverified anti-Muslim hate videos” from a far-right British woman who’d been convicted of inciting violence — and naturally, the network’s fans had a lot to say about it....
Shepard Smith was perplexed by Kellyanne Conway making a 180 degree turn on Roy Moore, who at first was against him, but now is clearly supporting his candidacy to help pass Trump's tax bill. Smith said, "Kellyanne Conway and her comments...Show More Summary
Fox News' Shepard Smith often spends an inordinate amount of time debunking his own network’s coverage.
There’s been a bit of a kerfuffle going on over the accusations of treason against the purveyors of the deal that sent ownership of Uranium to Vladimir Putin. Jonah Goldberg is up first. My real objection is to the way people on late-night shout shows and talk radio blithely and irresponsibly throw around claims that […]
Fox News anchor Shepard Smith blasted President Donald Trump refusing to answer questions about the sexual assault allegations put forth against Roy Moore. Trump has endorsed Moore in the Alabama special election for the U.S. senate seat vacated when Jeff Sessions was confirmed as Attorney General....
Fox News anchor Shep Smith dismantled a conspiracy theory about Hillary Clinton and the 2009 sale of the company Uranium One that has been promoted by network hosts Sean Hannity and Tucker Carlson. Fox’s opinion show hosts have beenShow More Summary
Shep Smith has developed something of a reputation as an exasperated voice of reason at Fox News. His network has pushed a conspiratorial link between Clinton Foundation donations and a deal supposedly approved by the State Department when it was led by Hillary Clinton. Show More Summary
Since the segment, Uranium One has been mentioned over 40 times on various Fox News shows.
Many Fox News personalities are doubling down on their advocacy for the appointment of a special prosecutor to investigate the made-up “Uranium One scandal,” in spite of the fact that anchor Shepard Smith emphatically debunked the story on Tuesday. Rep. Jim Jordan (R-OH) appeared on...
Shepard Smith needs to move to another network. Seriously. He’s a terrible fit at Fox News. Yesterday proved that when he went into a full blown defense of Hillary Clinton
I was going to do this as a column for tomorrow, but since Shep beat me to the punch I’ll do it as a Corner post. Shep is right. The Uranium One story is crap. Now let me say that I have no problem believing that Hillary Clinton sold influence or the appearance of influence. Show More Summary
After Shep Smith did an extended, fact-based takedown of the Hillary Clinton uranium conspiracy theory, Fox viewers were furious and took to Twitter to complain: @FoxNews Shep Smith needs to be FIRED for his biased reporting!!!! — Lance...Show More Summary
Right-wingers are calling for the anchor's head on social media. Fox News anchor Shepard Smith was blasted by some of his network’s loudest viewers for fact-checking Republican talking points about Uranium One, which defenders of President Donald Trump have used to allege that it was actually Hillary Clinton who colluded with Russia. Show More Summary
EVERYONE is running away from Roy Moore, ex-KGB will guard US embassies, and Shep Smith is sick of Hannity's shit. Your morning news brief.
Fox News anchor Shep Smith broke from his network’s hyperventilating coverage of the “Uranium One” pseudoscandal to debunk allegations of wrongdoings by Hillary Clinton.
Shep Smith calls statements other hosts have made about the conspiracy theory "inaccurate."
"I have not asked for a sit down with the president. I don’t want a sit down with the president."
Fox News anchor Shepard Smith was blasted by some of his network’s loudest viewers for fact-checking Republican talking points about Uranium One, which defenders of President Donald Trump have used to allege that it was actually Hillary Clinton who colluded with Russia. “What are the...