MSNBC’s Rachel Maddow took up Shepard Smith‘s challenge, by getting doused with a bucket of ice water. Last week we told you about Smith, who took up the challenge and had not one, but two buckets of water dumped on him. He passed the challenge on to Maddow, and two others. Show More Summary
In a web video for FoxNews.com, anchor Shepard Smith issues a strange challenge to MSNBC’s Rachel Maddow and two others to have buckets of iced water dumped on their heads.
Shep Smith, who is a liberal, is nonetheless perplexed by the State Department's refusal to even mention the Malaysian crash (likely, the shoot-down). He's not the only Obama Fan who's baffled. RT @piersmorgan: Obama massively dropped the ball just now....
“That’s the State Department, Shep. I’m not surprised."
Fox News anchor Shepherd Smith was outraged Thursday afternoon when State Department Press Secretary Jen Psaki didn't lead off with news about the Malaysian plane crash.
On “Shepard Smith Reporting” this afternoon, Smith and Maria Bartiromo waded into the major media news of the day that Fox News’ parent company, 21st Century Fox, made an $80 billion offer last month to buy Time Warner, the parent company...Show More Summary
On Wednesday, Glenn Greenwald's new site The Intercept released the latest revelations to come from Edward Snowden's NSA leaks. The new story, which Greenwald had been teasing and hyping for weeks, named five prominent Muslim-Americans on whom the NSA and FBI have been spying for years, despite the fact that they engaged in no known terrorist or criminal behavior.
Following team USA's advancement to the Round of 16, Fox's Shepard Smith made it clear that he read Coulter's anti-soccer column and, oh, did he not care for it.
Glenn Greenwald joined Fox News' Shepard Smith on the "Fox News Deck" Monday afternoon to promote his new book and tease some new revelations to come out of Edward Snowden's NSA leaks. But while he was there, things got tense with Smith confronted him about some comments he made Friday night...
Balad used to be a joint American-Iraqi airbase. It's now simply an Iraqi airbase, but a dozen official US officers and hundreds of US contractors have been based there, training Iraqis how to fly F-14s. Per Shep Smith on Fox...
Thank God for Shep Smith. Meanwhile, his organization is publishing dubious accounts of Bergdahl’s captivity with the sensationalist headline “EXCLUSIVE: Bergdahl declared jihad in 2010, secret documents show.” Read further into the speculation and you find that this could have been Stockholm Syndrome and that Bergdahl also succeeded in escaping at one point and was […]
Fox's Shepard Smith went off of the reservation this Tuesday and rebutted a lot of the hysteria and rush to judgement over the prisoner swap for Army Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl by Fox and the other networks following their lead. Media Matters...Show More Summary
From the June 4 edition of MSNBC's All In with Chris Hayes: Previously: Watch: Shep Smith Rebuts Fox News' Rush To Judge Bowe Bergdahl Fox's Ralph Peters Skips Investigation Of Bergdahl, Emphasizes U.S. Used To Shoot, Hang, And Brand Deserters When Fox News Declared War On A Military Family
Many Fox News hosts and pundits rushed to brand recently released Army Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl as a deserter and a traitor, but Shepard Smith took a different line by saying he was "disgusted" by the rush to judgment, cautioning that Bergdahl...Show More Summary
During a discussion of the exchange of five Gitmo prisoners for American soldier Bowe Bergdahl, Fox host Shepard Smith challenged former Navy Seal and FBI Special Agent Jonathan Gilliam over the fact that many Americans have rushed to outright condemn Bergdahl before we know all the facts of his five-year imprisonment.
John Oliver mocked Shep Smith on Sunday with an impression for the ages. Oliver was discussing a new European court ruling that could potentially allow people to remove unflattering search results from Google. The host played a clip of Smith marveling at what he could do if he could be forgotten. Show More Summary
In a memo circulated to staff on Wednesday, Smith categorically dismissed the Gawker report with strong language. "Things you might read today are horsesh--," he wrote, adding a CNN burn: the report, he said, was "as phony as 24-hour breaking news on The Plane Channel."
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Forget Shep Smith rumors. If you care about LGBTQ people and their rights, here's the real Fox News scandal