Rupert Murdoch-Fire Liz Trotta

Rupert ought to give this broad her walking papers tomorrow morning.

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0 Responses to Rupert Murdoch-Fire Liz Trotta

  1. Morgan Warstler says:

    They will can her ass.

  2. Tennessee William Shakespeare says:

    She just took the mask off. They all say that kind of thing all the time. All those Fox people. She just blurted it right out. But that sort of glib, snide non talk is the FOX subtext. It is the FOX ID.

  3. Morgan Warstler says:

    Not true, Hurt. If you want to see the FOX ID – watch Red Eye w/Greg Gutfeld. If you haven’t watched it, you don’t understand Murdoch or Fox.

  4. BobbyG says:

    Were I to publicly “joke” allusively about a presidential candidate being murdered (“…well, both, we could…”), I think I know what the proximate subsequent upshot would be for me. This bitch needs a pink slip and a visit from the Secret Service.

  5. The Scanner says:

    A Coulter, somebody Savage, et al, frequently say that sort of thing and worse.

  6. Hugo says:

    Well, the Secret Service already has a detail on her, and Hillary’s pink slip is on its way.

  7. Rachel says:

    Was she drunk? It looks like it.

  8. nearlynormalized says:

    foreign owned media–what do you want–true and just journalism…?

  9. rhb says:

    This is why it is not reporting nor news. It’s what we’ve tacitly agreed to accept as news since way before Bush. Two people sitting around a table gossiping about someone. That they appear so comfortable doing it means we are suppose to accept their credentials without question. After all, they’re wearing suits and ties, don’tchuknow.

  10. Dan says:

    I have a hard time understanding how anyone can watch any of the cable “news” networks. It’s easy to pick on Fox, because so many of their commentators wear their Snidely Whiplash mustaches, rub their hands together, and chortle over plans for world domination and assassinations of America’s “enemies” while squawking “fair and balanced, fair and balanced.” But seriously, CNN, MSNBC, Fox…they all have one central thing in common, i.e., they promote personalities (Larry King, Anderson Cooper, Bill O’Reilly, Joe Scarborough) far more than they promote news.

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