Liberal Late Night Show hosts such as Stephen Colbert love nothing more than to shriek that Fox News is a propaganda network for President Trump.
That narrative played out on the February 16 episode of Showtime’s Our Cartoon President in an episode titled “Fox News” that treats the president’s relationship with Fox News like a dysfunctional marriage.
Cartoon President Trump is angry with the network after he sees Democratic presidential candidate Pete Buttigieg being interviewed by Chris Wallace.
After the hosts of Fox and Friends stand him up when he calls into the show for an interview via telephone due to breaking news of a North Korean missile test, Trump’s ego is bruised.
He decides to break up with them and search for another network to do his bidding. He chooses to court CNN.
That’s the problem for the rest of the networks when they criticize FNC as merely a mouthpiece for President Trump – it is the only news network that really presents both parties’ opinions.
Fox News does have Democrats as well as Republicans on their news programs, and study after study proves that Fox generally reports 55% positive Trump news, and 45% negative.
The Mainstream media networks have become so blatantly anti-Trump they don’t even bother to hide their liberal bias anymore.
The news is painfully distorted enough, since Donald Trump became President late night shows that were originally supposed to be comedic, has now fully embraced their Trump Derangement.