Top Fox News Fails 2013 TV Networks/Stations
8  items 1,319 views by  more info

Top Fox News Fails 2013

This is a list of the Top Fox News Fails of 2013. Geraldo's selfie was a highlight, but Fox News mistakes were plentiful in 2013. To make it on this list, you've got to be a special sort of snafu. In a year with very little Sarah Palin or Glenn Beck on the network, one might think that the Fox News embarrassments would be sub-par. Well, one would be wrong.

Giant tablets! Toddlers hit in the face! Geraldo selfies! A complete lack of understanding simple political concepts! Using the word "Muslim" in a derogatory fashion! Fox News ain't gonna disappoint you, and we've culled the underbelly of the Internet for the very best of the worst.

Producing 24 hours of non-stop cable news that's only interrupted by Cash for Gold and Cialis commercials is hard, you guys. Sometimes things like journalistic integrity and, you know, facts, have to be thrown out. That's okay, right?
 
You may hate Fox News, but without it, what would Stephen Colbert make fun of? What would your conservative uncle post on his facebook? What would HBO's "The Newsroom" be about next season? What would be on this list?

We can't guarantee that this list of top fox news fails is fair and balanced, but that's why you are invited to vote up the top fails on your giant tablet newsroom computer thing.
</>
  1. Tip: Navigate with your left and right arrow keys
    1

    Interviews Religious Scholar With a PhD, Asks Why a Muslim Wrote a Book About Jesus

    «
    »
    If you tune into the Fox News program "Spirited Debate" for spirited debate, then you're probably often disappointed. You were especially disappointed when host Lauren Green had a "debate" with religious scholar Rezna Aslan, the writer of the book ‚ÄúZealot: The Life and Times of Jesus of Nazareth," who was introduced not as an expert with a PhD in the history of religions, but simply as a Muslim.

    As the interview falls deeper and deeper into a schadenfreude dreamscape, it becomes more and more apparent that host Green has done no research on Aslan, and she has definitely not read his book. Behind her eyes, you can see her scrambling for additional ways to ask the same question over and over again. We're all lucky that she never got to her final question, "So Mr. Aslan, how can someone named after the lion in those Narnia books--the lion based on Jesus--write a book about Jesus?"

     l< << PREV 1 of 8 NEXT >>

got a blog or website?

embed this list

viewers of this list also saw...

more popular lists