On Tuesday, the Twitter account for Fox & Friends created a hashtag asking what others are “over,” and Elizabeth Hasselbeck kicked it off with the following image portraying her as a persecuted Christian..
By the way, I live in the South and there’s a Christian church on every block.
At any rate, the hashtag worked as well as you’d expect.
— FOX & Friends (@foxandfriends) December 30, 2014
The hashtag wasn’t taken seriously. Surprised?
— Yen Lo McGovern (@YenLo_at_Pavlov) December 31, 2014
— WesleyZ3 (@50th_President) December 31, 2014
#OverIt2014 Bill O’Reilly writing 58 “Killing” Books but not calling his autobiography “Killing Journalism”
— Crutnacker (@Crutnacker) December 31, 2014
I’m over Fox News commanding an entire faith. My Christianity is NOT their Christianity. Open arms, open hearts, open minds. #OverIt2014
— Tot (@TotLuvsFootball) December 31, 2014
Fox’s Neal Boortz is over reality. In 2015, he’s going to go totally fact-free, which will be how he lived in 2014.
Personally, I’m not over Fox News because I was never into that network to begin with. But, I am tired of Republicans following them in lockstep. That network has made an ungodly (pun intended) amount of money intentionally circulating lies.
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