Bill Cosby’s legal team took its attack on the media’s coverage of their client to Fox News Channel today. Shep Smith landed an interview with a Cosby attorney, in which she went after the press for its reports about details of Cosby’s...Show More Summary
"The level of irresponsibility on behalf of the last speaker is really difficult for me to quantify.”
Shortly before the Senate passed the USA Freedom Act, Fox's Shepard Smith had a chance to grill White House Press Secretary Josh Earnest on the legislation that civil libertarian critics say does not go far enough to restrain the power of the federal government to use widespread surveillance techniques on American citizens.
Shepard Smith argued today on his FOX News program, “We’re in the middle of another FUBAR (fcked up beyond recognition) situation.” While speaking on Iraq Smith and liberal guest Mike Barrett, a former Defense Department Intelligence Officer, also asserted the … Continue reading ?
"What happened was, we screwed up," Fox News anchor Shep Smith admitted yesterday, apologizing on behalf of the network after a false report of a police shooting in Baltimore. His colleague Mike Tobin had told host Gretchen Carlson that he had witnessed police officers shoot a fleeing man, but it...
Fox News anchor Shepard Smith apologized on-air Monday afternoon after his colleague Mike Tobin erroneously claimed to have witnessed a Baltimore police officer shoot a black man in the street...
From the April 28 edition of Fox News' The O'Reilly Factor: Previously: Sean Hannity: Lesson Of Freddie Gray's Death Is "Don't Run At 8:30 In The Morning When You See A Cop" Shep Smith Rebukes Fox Hosts' Insistence On Blaming Civil Rights...Show More Summary
From the April 28 edition of Premiere Radio Networks' The Sean Hannity Show: Previously: The Worst Conservative Media Reactions To The Baltimore Riots Fox Personalities Blame Obama For Baltimore Violence Shep Smith Rebukes Fox Hosts' Insistence On Blaming Civil Rights Community And Parents For Baltimore Violence
As Shep Smith was trying to cover the events unfolding during yesterday's riots in Baltimore, the idiots known as Eric Bolling and Greg Gutfeld, co-hosts of Fox News' 'The Five,' tried to interject their insipid views during the chaos...Show More Summary
"Where are the parents? I haven't been on the phone with them."
Fox News has two very different programming entities: Straight news coverage via programs such as America's Newsroom, Happening Now, and Shepard Smith Reporting; and opinion offerings such as The O'Reilly Factor, Hannity, Outnumbered and The Five.
Fox News host Shepard Smith smacked down attempts by the hosts of The Five to blame activists for the outbreak of violence in Baltimore on Monday, Media Matters reported. “Where are the parents?” Greg Gutfeld asked over images of looting from the city on Monday evening. “Well, you...
From the April 27 edition of Fox News' The Five: Previously: Seven Times Shep Smith Was Fox News' Voice Of Reason Watch: Shep Smith Rebuts Fox News' Rush To Judge Bowe Bergdahl Fox's Shep Smith Mocks Media Coverage Of Clinton Documents Release
Via HotAir. The most biased channel on the riots at this moment is FoxNews, where Global Warming Expert Shep Smith is lecturing all and sundry that riots are useful and educational protests and that it would be very wrong to...
While describing the ongoing protests in Baltimore over the death of Freddie Gray in police custody, Fox News anchor Shepard Smith likened the escalating tensions between protesters and police officers to the Middle Eastern conflict between Palestinians and Israelis.
What happened here is confused: First Shep Smith said it was a collapse which probably ruptured a gas line, now he has on a guy who says the event began with a first-floor explosion. They don't know yet if people...
Fox News' Shepard Smith debated with a former George Bush Ambassador for Special Political Affairs at the United Nations over Conservatives complaints about what the US isn't doing in its struggle against ISIS. Ambassador Stuart Holliday...Show More Summary
As you are likely aware, most American media outlets have an unspoken ban on showing images from the recently-released footage of ISIS forces burning alive a Jordanian pilot they've held captive for several months. Fox News anchor Shepard...Show More Summary
Fox News' Shepard Smith said out loud what a lot of Americans who are seeing a new outbreak of measles, an entirely preventable disease, spread across the country this week, have been thinking. "You're science deniers!" he told parents who are deciding not to vaccinate their children.