The “news”

March 3, 2011 | By | 4 Replies More

Here is a modern FOX interview–the “interviewer” is Megyn Kelly. It’s seven minutes long. Can you make it all the way to the end without having your mind wander from the topic of the alleged interview to the state of the media?

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Erich Vieth is an attorney focusing on consumer law litigation and appellate practice. He is also a working musician and a writer, having founded Dangerous Intersection in 2006. Erich lives in the Shaw Neighborhood of St. Louis, Missouri, where he lives half-time with his two extraordinary daughters.

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  1. Niklaus Pfirsig says:

    Interesting…

    A bitchy counterpart to O'Reilly. Stupid enough to believe that whoever shouts the loudest is right.

    Of course the show is nothing more than a talking head.

  2. Jim Razinha says:

    Can you make it all the way to the end without having your mind wander from the topic of the alleged interview to the state of the media?

    No. I couldn't.

    Niklaus, did you see Newshound's report where she told O'Reilly he was "making facts up"? (http://www.newshounds.us/2011/03/03/megyn_kelly_says_bill_oreilly_makes_up_facts_oh_snap.php) They gor pretty snippy with each other (suprise!) – the 4:15 point is where she said that.

  3. marshall says:

    Megyn with a Y no one cares that you have practiced law for 12 years. I want to hear about your experience as an unbiased journalist. This man is sitting here reading the law to you and you are two seconds away from saying "okay, whatever". The very fact that she practiced for 12 years leads me to believe that she is incapable of being unbiased. As a side note, every time I see Kelly's Court it makes my bowels ache at how FOX is seemingly mocking our alleged justice system.I don't watch news to hear you people's opinion. I watch for journalistic credibility. This goes for Mike Glanos on CNN too. He is the sole reason I cant listen to CNN on XM anymore. Too much opinion.

  4. Tim Hogan says:

    When is somebody gonna file an FEC complaint that everything Faux News does or says is a co-ordinated in-kind contribution to the Republicans!

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