FOX(R) is picking a fight with Jon Stewart just before he leaves the Daily Show.
The fools. All they have is their glaringly false "fair and balanced" take on what Stephen Colbert coined as "truthiness", that is, what you feel to be true, not what's supported by any kind of facts.
Stewart also has their number, though. Last night he had this to say about them:
“They purport to want to fix things, but conservatives are not looking to make education more rigorous and informative, or science more empirical or verifiable, or voting more representative, or the government more efficient or effective. They just want all those things to reinforce their partisan ideological conservative viewpoint. Because in their minds, the opposite of ‘bad’ isn’t ‘good.’ The opposite of ‘bad’ is ‘conservative.’ The opposite of ‘wrong’ isn’t ‘right’ — it’s ‘right-wing.’” - Jon Stewart
Nailed it. Truer words have never been said of the Radical Right Bubble Cult.
He showed clips of FOX(R) Republican hosts whining and accusing him of deceptively editing videos to make them look like liars. (Projection, anyone?)
So to settle the score, Stewart challenged FOX (R) to a “lie-off”.
“To start off, here are 50 of yours in a six second Vine,” Stewart said
50 Fox News lies in 6 seconds.
“Plenty more where that came from. We only have a 22-minute show,” Stewart added
Once again we learn the fundamental truth famously proclaimed back in 2006 at a failed President's White House Correspondents Dinner .
"Reality has a well-known liberal bias." - Stephen Colbert