As many of our readers know, President Obama has been more fixated on the one news network that dare challenge his lies and manipulation toward the American people – Fox News – than any other President or politician in history.
In fact, his opposition towards media that doesn’t go along with everything he says, like the liberal lapdogs at MSNBC, ABC, CBS, CNN, etc. reminds one more of a leader from a country such as communist China or Russia.
So it comes as little surprise that during an interview in which the President made headlines for using the n-word, he also managed to take a little swipe at his nemesis, Fox News.
“We’re not in a common conversation,” Obama said. “If you watch Fox News you inhabit a completely different world with different facts than if you read (the) New York Times,” he said.
The obvious difference being that with Fox, you actually get facts. The New York Times, not so much.
Megyn Kelly came out swinging against the President for these comments yesterday evening.
But this remark really set off Fox’s Megyn Kelly, who made it clear she’s getting sick and tired of the president taking all sorts of shots at Fox News. She said, “He can’t seem to get over the fact that we are here.”
Marc Thiessen agreed, while Robert Zimmerman said Obama had a point about people consuming news to be informed versus having their views reinforced.
Kelly said Fox is clearly a “constant irritant” to the president and basically just chanted, “We’re here, we’re clear, get used to it!”
She said Obama simply “doesn’t want to accept there is a channel that will criticize him,” and liberals do whatever they can to discredit Fox.
Watch Megyn Kelly’s verbal beat down of Obama below…
Comment – Is President Obama too thin-skinned when it comes to Fox News? Or is he simply concocting a strategy to marginalize the lone network that actually holds him accountable?