Indeed it is, Gilda, In fact there’s an organization devoted to monitoring it
On 10 June 2015, the web site Free Wood Post published an article declaring that the Fox News Channel had been declared a hate group by the Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC), a legal advocacy organization known for its representation of victims of hate groups. The SPLC is also known for maintaining a list of hate groups, which they define as groups that “have beliefs or practices that attack or malign an entire class of people, typically for their immutable characteristics.”
The Free Wood Post article reported:
“In what should come as a surprise to no one, considering their coverage of unarmed black people being brutalized by the police, the Southern Poverty Law Center has added Fox News to their list of hate groups, as they meet the criteria. From calling any black person who stands up in protest against the police “thugs” to thinking black people will “shank” officers, to glossing over a white biker gang that actually killed nine people, to thinking gay people are “persecuting” Christians with their audacity to think, they too can, should be able to file for taxes under “married.”
While many social media users (particularly on Twitter) took the headline at face value, Free Wood Post is a satirical web site
Would that FAUX were a satirical org. It isn’t and the SPLC should seriously consider citing as a Hate Group its show The Five
Especially the cunts with the hiked skirts.
And then there’s the equally “lovely” Howie Kurtz
Guy Benson, a FAUX News Aunt Tomasina who appears frequently on the “Kennedy” show — to prove she isn’t the hateful cunt she actually is defends Pam Bondi with “I don’t know what’s in her heart” — the classic meme for dealing with a racist or a phobe.
Here’s the man whose gayness Howie finds so offensive:
If not here’s a lovely number by Kurt Weill and Maurice Maigre.
It’s just for you, Howie.