Fox not shy about where it stands

I noted with amusement a letter on Tuesday, a true masterpiece of satire it was! (“Schwab really likes his labels.”) This gentleman purported to complain about the constant slandering of Fox News by Sid Schwab. A terrible thing, as Fox would never slant, lie, distort the news even though they won a lawsuit to do precisely that! I look with certainty that even though CBS, NBC, CNN and others owned by giant corporations will continue to act as socialist rags — only Fox will cleave to the bitter truth. Foxo was created to be a beacon of right wing propaganda at the behest of Roger Ailes, who was a minion of Nixon. FOX certainly would not drum up fake scandals such as “Benghazi” and “IRS targeting of the tea party.”

No, our tri-corn hatted letter writer is a master of satire and it took the editorial dunces at the Herald thrice to recognize his genius.

Mark Janis


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