In a turn of events that could signal the departure of all irony from the world, Fox News brought on contributor Judith Miller to discuss the media's coverage of Iraq.
That would be the same Judith Miller whose credulous, false reporting about Iraq's non-existent weapons of mass destruction made her perhaps the most infamous example of the press's failure in the run-up to that war.
She criticized the American media for playing the "blame game" in Iraq instead of perceiving, as she said she had, the growing threat of ISIS, the militant group currently sweeping through the country.
"Did the media buy the line from the administration?" host Eric Shawn asked Miller, perhaps missing the gigantic elephant in the room.
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