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Glenn Beck False Claim About White House Press Questions

Here is Glenn Beck, once again, proving his fans wrong about finding the truth on Fox News…

BECK: I know [Fox News White House correspondent] Major Garrett doesn’t ask the questions at the White House, because he’s never called on. Hmmm. I wonder why.

Actually, Beck, Garrett has been called on at every press briefing Gibbs held in August and one the same day Beck made the false claim above (Aug 3, 4, 6, 7, 12). Also, Obama called on Garrett several times (Feb 9, March 24, April 4, June 23). Oops…

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Fox News Hypocrisy About White House Access

Do you recall someone named Bret Baier, who worked for a cable news channel called Fox News and had “unprecedented access” to the Bush White House in 2008? Apparently, Fox News doesn’t. Nor do they seem to remember that Baier also went aboard Air Force One and visited Bush’s ranch in Texas.

Conveniently, Sean Hannity doesn’t recall any of that when he and Karl Rove complained about ABC being granted access for the upcoming special, “Questions for the President: Prescription for America.”

HANNITY: Karl, it seems rather unprecedented. You were there in the White House for the better part of eight years. Did this ever happened while George W. Bush was president?

ROVE: You know, look, it’s normal for the networks to want to come in and do an interview inside the White House or to get a glimpse behind the curtain as to what goes on there. This is an unprecedented access to the White House and more importantly an unprecedented use of the White House. I can’t remember a time when the network came in and was going to devote a significant block of time to covering an issue that was on the president’s agenda.

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Fox News Falsely Claims White House Supports Sharia Law

Based on an email supposedly from Steven Stein, a NY lawyer, that alleges Harold Koh, dean of Yale Law School, stated  in 2007 that he didn’t see any reason why Sharia law could not be applied to a case in the U.S. Fox News did not confirm that Stein wrote the email, nor did they check with the organizer of the 2007 event, Robin Reeves Zorthian, who calls the comments “totally fictitious and inaccurate.” Fox reporter Alisyn Camerota used the allegations to frame her statements questioning why Harold Koh would be tagged as a State Department nominee.

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