Wonder how many Republicans didn't turn out last year 'cause Fox was assuring them that Romney was a slam-dunk?Fox News Ratings: Fanning The Flames Of Scandal Pays Off Sort Of
....However, it is inescapable that Foxs obsession with hyperbolic attacks on President Obama and his administration is not resonating with younger viewers. Fox is repeating the mistakes they committed last year by harping on wild conspiracies, extreme rightist rhetoric, and fantastical allegations for which they have no support. Thats the sort of behavior that turned them into a laughing stock and produced an audience that was stunned when Republicans cratered at the ballot box. The same sort of shock is going to strike Fox viewers when these myriad scandals all peter out. Their gullible audience will once again wonder how Fox could have assured them that the Obama administration was near collapse, but nothing close to that takes place. If there is one constant that Fox is careful to maintain, it is their determination to mislead their flock by feeding them the fringe-flavored chum they crave.
The near future will likely be more of the same barring any unforeseen circumstances. There are no predictable events on the horizon (i.e. elections) that are likely to stir the pot. Although the currently simmering pseudo-scandals may still have a little heat in them, and the Supreme Court will be dropping some decisions this summer. Other than that, stay tuned to be underwhelmed, unless youre Fox viewer. In which case be afraid, be very afraid.
Who does Fox really work for? They've done a hell of a job making a joke out of the Republican Party and so-called "conservatives".
Its either one of the most elaborate, clever conspiracies ever or they're a bunch of idiots leading idiots.