I mean, really..

Question: are these folks moles put in place by the Democratic Party to cause a stampede of independent voters to vote Democrat in 2012?

What is certain: this is proof that all the nuts around aren’t on your supermarket shelf.

P.S. Most serious news organizations would say “adios” to someone like this. But there are serious news organizations and then — apparently — there is Fox.

JOE GANDELMAN, Editor-In-Chief
Leave a replyComments (7)
  1. zephyr April 3, 2012 at 8:33 pm

    Good lord… more appeals to the ignorant and paranoid. (too bad they actually work)

  2. The_Ohioan April 3, 2012 at 8:42 pm

    z is right. Only the gullible are, well, gullible. One more reason to celebrate free speech? Where’s the line? There’s gotta be a line…doesn’t there?

    What mole would use this tactic, and to what end? It just rouses the rabble more – and they do vote (see 2010) which is why those disappointed with Obama need to evaluate whether staying home is really helpful.

  3. Rcoutme April 3, 2012 at 11:40 pm

    I don’t stay home. I am perfectly well versed in the, “the other guy is terrible, vote for me” language. I also happen to believe it.

  4. EEllis April 4, 2012 at 4:37 am

    God knows she couldn’t of been hired for her brains

  5. bluebelle April 4, 2012 at 7:39 am

    The insane thing is that millions of their viewers will believe it as cut in stone. This charge will be appearing in blogs all over the internet.

    When CBS aired that story about Bush and the Texas Air National Guard, there was widespread condemnation, and Rather’s career never recovered.

    What repercussions will there be for publishing something far, far worse?? Probably nothing because in court Fox claims that they are an entertainment network not a news network..

    Isn’t this entertaining?? Almost as much fun as hearing Limbaugh ask to see a woman’s sex videos… What has happened to this country that newspaper readership is way down — yet this network squashes the competition??

  6. EEllis April 4, 2012 at 3:19 pm

    “What repercussions will there be for publishing something far, far worse??”

    Let’s not go overboard. She tweeted a link not published a news story. I’ve found most of the people I know who believe this kind of idiocy are usually just neive and uninformed. They here or see a headline and repeat it as fact without ever delving any deeper to understand how absurd it is.

  7. Barky April 4, 2012 at 8:55 pm

    Maybe she’s too stupid to read a calendar correctly. April Fool’s Day was Sunday …