Now you’ve gone and done it… I blame everyone who gave Carrie Prejean more than her 15 minutes of fame (Fox News). She wil be guest hosting Fox & Friends for one day, suppposedly, on May 27 and will be filling in for Gretchen Carlson. On the bright side, that will be one day without Gretchen Carlson.

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3 Responses to “Miss California to Guest Host Fox & Friends”

  1. I’m confused. I see Top Commenters in the sidebar, but I don’t see any comments in any ariticles. And the Pelosi article says 150 comments, yet none are there. Can you explain this?

  2. FoxNewsBoycott says:

    The “150 comments” you’re referring to in the Pelosi article is part of the screen shot, not how many people have commented on that post. An example of a post having a lot of comments can be found here:

  3. MIss California was ready to apologize and I think she did, but then the Right wing basically took her under their arm and since then they’ve been preening her on what to say to garner sympathy from people – specifically the right wing.

    They’re using her as a platform to increase their profile, and with all the press that Fox News is giving her (especially since the left and neutral channels have more important things to cover) I think she’s going to have a future in politics or at the very least she’ll become an icon for the right wing, she’ll be appearing in Republican rallies etc.

    While I disagree with her remarks, I think she did have the right to say what she felt and her beliefs. But the way the right wing is suckling on to her like a parasite is highly interesting. I would love to be a fly on the wall in the room listening in to all the marketing schemes they come up with.

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