Episode

4/17 Fox’s Stupid Bloodlust & Trump Savors Chocolate Cake & Bombing Syria

April 17, 2017

Fox News celebrates the dropping of the “Mother of all Bombs” in Afghanistan. Trump’s new move against transparency as protesters demand Trump release his tax returns. Turkey moves closer to dictatorship. Sassy Trump captures the essence of Trump’s call for airstrikes in Syria. Trump blunders through North Korea policy. Democrats get momentum. More House Democrats sign on to Universal Healthcare and the war against the EPA intensifies.

On The Fun Half: Fox & Friends has a brand new and even more stupid team. Trump wants love from a White House tour and gets none. Republicans change their minds on bombing Syria with Trump in office. Alt Right troll threatens the Trump White House if they fire Bannon. Mike Cernovich, pretends he was assaulted in Texas at a anti Trump rally. Alex Jone’s attorney says his client is a performance artist and your calls and IMs.

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