Tag Archives: Dagen McDowell

Fox Host: “Nobody” Is Downplaying The Capitol Riot

Mediaite reports: “Right after the Capitol Hill riots, Republicans came out loudly, forcefully, and genuinely condemned that violence,” said Dagen McDowell, while also saying there’s a disparity between how the justice system has treated Capitol rioters versus other types of looters. In response, co-host Jessica Tarlov said, “Just to push back on the January 6 insurrection there. There are still …

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Fox Host: “We All Have Healthcare In This Country”

Media Matters has the transcript: DAGEN MCDOWELL: I think any Medicare for all any government-run healthcare is now dead. Because you look at Tony Fauci. And who would want some spotlight-seeking, power-hungry bureaucrat who’s some fame floozy deciding who gets to live and die? JESSICA TARLOV: People without insurance would still prefer that. MCDOWELL: No, they wouldn’t. GREG GUTFELD: That’s …

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Fox News Host Dagen McDowell: Teachers Unions Are “Power Hungry Science Deniers Who Clearly Hate Kids”

Crooks & Liars reports: Dagen McDowell suddenly cares about kids getting school lunches, and she was there to bash the teachers’ union for that, because Fox News really loves to blame teachers’ unions for everything. Who does she think has been taking care of those needy students during this pandemic, anyway? TEACHERS have made sure those kids get lunch. You …

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Fox Contributor On Admissions Scandal: If Your Idiot Kid Is Too Stupid To Get Into Yale, Why Does It Matter?

“The parents of idiot children, who they were embarrassed by, had to go out and pay massive amounts of dollars and basically commit crimes to get their kids into school. It’s just appalling. “Like, if the kid is so stupid they can’t get into Yale or USC, why does it matter? Again their daughter, who they got into USC, she …

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Fox Anchor: Sen. Elizabeth Warren Is A Communist

“One thing to watch when you see poll after poll on these Democratic candidates, are the Democratic primary voters saying they’re going to vote for a candidate based on their principles, and their ideas, and their policy issues, or are they simply going to vote for the candidate they think has the best chance of beating President Trump? Because a …

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