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This Fox News host caused a major fight with a controversial comment about riots

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The biggest story in America is the Black Lives Matter riots following the shooting of Jacob Blake.

Democrats are on the defensive as the rioters loot and burn the city of Kenosha, Wisconsin to the ground.

But this Fox News host caused a major fight with controversial comment about riots.

During a recent broadcast of “Outnumbered,” panelist Katie Pavlich discussed the arrest of a 17 year-old boy on first-degree murder charges.

The boy showed up in Wisconsin to protect businesses from Black Lives Matter terrorists because Wisconsin’s Democrat Governor refused to restore law and order despite multiple nights of rioting.

A video showed rioters attacking the boy who ran and then fell. As rioters tried to disarm him he allegedly shot two of them leading to his arrest.

Pavlich noted that vigilantism filled the void left by elected officials not allowing police to maintain law and order.

“The argument of vigilante justice, when you have no police around to defend businesses and people who are being attacked, and their livelihoods burned to the ground, there is a void that is filled,” Pavlich stated. “You have to ask yourself, when resources are offered at the beginning of when these riots break out and rejected by Democratic leaders over and over again, you have to ask the question why.”

This caused “Fox News Sunday” host Chris Wallace to interject following a commercial break and falsely claim Pavlich advocated for vigilante justice.

“I’ve got to push back on something we said at the end of the last segment because there seemed to be the implication that somehow vigilante justice was understandable or justified by the lack of sufficient police action and authority and presence in some of these cities,” Wallace began.

Co-host Melissa Francis cut him off and tried to correct Wallace, but Wallace plowed ahead with his falsehood.

“Just as it is fair to say that rioting and looting is a completely inappropriate response to George Floyd or Jacob Blake, vigilante justice is a completely inappropriate response to the rioting in the street,” Wallace continued. “There is no justification for what happened in Kenosha and vigilante justice is a crime and should be punished as a crime.”

The point Pavlich made was simple.

People crave order and stability.

The Democrat Governor of Wisconsin abdicated his responsibility to keep the peace and that created a vacuum that individual citizens felt they needed to fill.

Pants on Fire Media will keep you up to date on any new developments in this ongoing story.

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Fox News has once again betrayed Donald Trump with this ridiculous move

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Donald Trump is obviously hated by the Democrats.

But the Republican establishment has constantly fought Trump, too.

Now, Fox News has once again betrayed Donald Trump with this ridiculous move.

Outside of a handful of opinion hosts, Fox News has never been comfortable with Donald Trump.

The network established a confrontational relationship with him throughout the 2016 Republican Primary, culminating in former Fox host Megyn Kelly’s now infamous standoff with Trump during a Republican debate.

As the results poured in on Election Day 2022, Fox News curiously waited to call Florida and Texas for Trump, even though he had clearly won the states, but quickly called Arizona for Joe Biden despite a razor-thin final tally.

Now, in the latest example of Fox’s preference for anyone but Trump, the network completely ignored the former President’s first speech in Washington, D.C. since Joe Biden took office, despite airing a Mike Pence speech earlier in the day.

“Fox News declined to air former President Donald Trump’s Tuesday speech at the America First Policy Institute (AFPI) summit, despite airing a speech by Vice President Mike Pence hours earlier,” Breitbart reported. “Although the network skipped Trump’s speech, Fox News aired former Vice President Mike Pence’s speech at the Young America’s Foundation’s national student conference just hours before Trump spoke.”

“Trump’s speech at the AFPI summit, organized by former senior officials in his administration, marked the first time the former president had been in Washington D.C. since President Joe Biden took office in January 2021,” the report continued.

Trump and his former Vice President are engaged in a proxy war of sorts, as they endorse competing candidates in primary races across the country, and perhaps most notably in Arizona.

In the state’s race for Governor, President Trump backed former local TV anchor Kari Lake while Pence backed the establishment candidate, Karrin Taylor Robson, a lawyer and former member of the University of Arizona Board of Regents.

Lake has been a target of constant media smears for her use of sharp elbows with her former colleagues in the corporate-controlled press.

Some have speculated that Pence may run in 2024, but during a recent speech, he balked at the idea.

“I don’t know that our movement is that divided,” Pence said. “I don’t know that the President and I differ on issues. But we may differ on focus. I truly do believe that elections are about the future, and that is absolutely essential at a time when so many Americans are hurting.”

The establishment is hoping that Donald Trump and his supporters will go away, but establishment players still can’t seem to grasp that the Republican base wants nothing to do with them.

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Peter Doocy just exposed Joe Biden by asking the one question his regime refuses to answer

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The Biden administration had hoped the Hunter Biden laptop scandal would just go away. 

While most of the so-called “mainstream” media have worked to bury the scandal, there are still a couple of actual journalists who care about the truth. 

And Peter Doocy just exposed Joe Biden by asking the one question his regime refuses to answer.

President Joe Biden has adamantly claimed that he never spoke to his son, Hunter, about his overseas business dealings.

But a leaked voicemail that President Biden previously left his son would suggest otherwise.

And Fox News’ Peter Doocy confronted Biden Press Secretary Karine Jean-Pierre over the voicemail, and what it says about the President’s credibility on the matter, by asking one question no one in the Biden regime wants to answer.

“Why is there a voicemail of the President talking to his son about his overseas business dealings if the President has said he’s never spoken to his son about his overseas business dealings?” Doocy asked.

Of course, Jean-Pierre attempted to brush off the question saying she wouldn’t “talk about alleged materials from the laptop.”

Doocy then asked Jean-Pierre if she denied the voicemail’s authenticity, but she again dodged the question and told him to contact Hunter Biden’s representative. 

But another White House reporter, RealClearPolitics’ Philip Wegmann, called out Karine Jean-Pierre for evading Doocy’s reasonable question. 

“You seemed to dismiss Peter’s question,” Wegmann said, before asking how such a deflection could be “consistent with the President’s promise to always level with the American public.”

“It certainly seems like he was seeking to do exactly that — have a conversation about these business dealings,” Wegmann concluded, referring to the voicemail.

In response to Wegmann, Jean-Pierre again said that she “cannot comment on any materials from the laptop.”

While most of the corporate-controlled media has worked to help the Biden administration sweep the Hunter laptop scandal under the rug, it is encouraging that at least a few journalists are still willing to ask the tough questions and risk the regime’s wrath.

When the laptop story first broke, the corporate-controlled media simply tried to dismiss it as “Russian disinformation.”

A year later, they were forced to admit to its authenticity.

Emails obtained from Hunter Biden’s laptop repeatedly reference “The Big Guy,” who in all reasonable likelihood is none other than Joe Biden. 

Now, with the voicemail coming to light, it is becoming more clear that Joe Biden is lying about his involvement in his son’s business dealing. 

Pants on Fire News will keep you up-to-date on any developments to this ongoing story.

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Fox News’ Peter Doocey catches WH press secretary in one massive lie over the inflation crisis

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Things are bad for Joe Biden. 

His press secretary can’t keep up with what he says, let alone other members of his cabinet.

Now Peter Doocey just caught the WH press secretary in one massive lie about the inflation crisis.

Poor Karine Jean-Pierre (KJP). If she wasn’t such a rabid leftist activist you could almost feel sorry for her.

She is clearly in way over her head.

And like he did with Jen “circle back” Psaki, Fox News’ Peter Doocey isn’t going to let KJP forget it.

While most of the White House press corps may be giving KJP a pass, Doocey seems resolute to try and make her (they?) answer the tough questions.

But that may be harder than even Peter Doocey thought, because as it turns out, KJP can’t even answer the easy questions.

Just recently, Doocey asked the White House press secretary about Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen’s admission that she was wrong about inflation.

A fairly simple question one would think. After all, Yellen was very clear. She surprisingly admitted she had been wrong.

Yellen told CNN anchor and Democrat mouthpiece Wolf Blitzer what almost all Americans have known for months: The Biden administration’s claim that inflation would be temporary was horribly wrong.

“I was wrong then about the path that inflation would take,” Yellen told Blitzer. “As I mentioned, there have been unanticipated and large shocks to the economy that have boosted energy and food prices and supply bottlenecks that have affected our economy badly that I didn’t — at the time — didn’t fully understand, but we recognize that now.”

So there you have it.  All KJP needed to do was say basically the same thing.

Well, we should have known better.

Doocey asked her, “When are you guys going to admit that you were wrong about inflation? The treasury secretary says that she was wrong, so why doesn’t anybody here at the White House?”

KJP responded by trying to absolve the Biden administration of any responsibility for all the ongoing economic woes, including record-high gas and food prices, the supply chain problems and the worsening inflation crisis.

Instead, KJP blamed “inflationary pressures which couldn’t have been foreseen,” Russia and Putin, and of course COVID. 

And then she went on to say that no economic problems really exist.

Doocey followed up, “Just that I understand: the treasury secretary says that she was wrong, but the White House was not wrong about inflation?” 

KJP clearly had no interest in answering the question. “Those are your words, not my words,” she said, before again saying the Biden administration had no responsibility for the economic woes that really don’t exist anyway.

“We have achieved an historic recovery through an extraordinarily unprecedented economic moment. The president has consistently noted that the primary drivers of inflation are the pandemic and Putin’s invasion of Ukraine,” Jean-Pierre said. “The twists and turns of both these monumental events have affected energy prices and also food prices that we have seen these past several months.”

“This is Putin’s price hike, which the president refers to, and that is what Secretary Yellen was referring to if you — if you read the entire transcript. And that’s what I’m trying to say to you.” 

Unfortunately for the Biden White House, Americans aren’t buying what Biden and KJP are selling.

They know inflation and gas prices were a problem before the Ukraine war and know that it was Biden’s COVID policies that made inflation worse, not COVID itself.

Now the question is what will the American people do about it?

Pants on Fire News will keep you up-to-date on any developments to this ongoing story.

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