Rep. Devin Nunes (R-CA) is quitting Congress to run ex-President Donald Trump’s tech startup.
Liz Claman tweeted details about Josef Mengele's evil history, saying "facts need to be stated."
Chris Stirewalt, fired soon after his team called Arizona for Joe Biden on election night, compared "Patriot Purge" to the kind of "garbage" peddled by Infowars.
Dr. Anthony Fauci went after a Fox News reporter after she compared him to Nazi war criminal Josef Mengele, aka, the “The Angel of Death.”
The nation’s top infectious diseases expert slammed the Fox Nation host’s comments as absolutely preposterous, disgusting and unconscionable.
The Auschwitz Museum said the Fox Nation host had blocked it on Twitter.
The Fox News host defended the CNN newsman for helping brother Andrew Cuomo fight sexual misconduct accusations.
The Fox News host continued the right's attack on the infectious disease expert after Fauci snapped back at Ted Cruz.
CNN's S.E. Cupp and The Washington Post's Max Boot slammed the conservative network as irresponsible and "covidiocy central."
Donald Trump's daughter-in-law also went full War on Halloween during an appearance on Fox News.
"I thought it was an SNL skit," one critic wrote on Twitter.
The former president gushed about his meeting with the Kenosha killer during an interview with Fox News' Sean Hannity.
“People want to use his name, get it out there so they can get some publicity. I think it’s cheap," said Mark Richards.
Gillian Turner appeared to urge viewers to resist "a victory lap" for Rittenhouse's acquittal even as right-wing groups have embraced him.
“I did not approve of that,” Mark Richards told CNN's Chris Cuomo about the presence of the Fox News personality's "documentary" makers.
The Fox News personality called Harris "completely incapable" in a racist takedown.
MSNBC’s Nicolle Wallace grilled former New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie for writing a book about conspiracy theorists but failing to mention Fox News.
The MSNBC host asked the former New Jersey governor how he could write a book about conspiracy theorists without taking on Fox News.
His recent series for Fox Nation, “Patriot Purge,” is setting the stage for something even worse than the attack on the Capitol.
The vice president went to high school in Canada, which means she's "not from this country in that sense," according to the Fox News host.