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Why would I sue the only network who hasn't been accused of altering the facts to protect or distract from wrongdoing on the part of those in power and who are the bulldogs looking out for the folks and not lapdogs looking out for this administration?
The only time Fox had to make a retraction was when the video of a black NAACP woman's comments were taken out of context. Fox wasn't the only network who ran it and Obama believed it so much, he fired her.
O'Reilly showed remorse and blamed himself and his research team for not doing their job thoroughly that one time.
Dan Rather was fired for making up lies about Bush.
NBC caught/apologized for editing Zimmerman's dispatch call.
NBC sued for same.
MSNBC caught/apologized editing Biden's comments about gun control.
MSNBC caught lying about a Romney ad.
ABC caught lying about gun control.
NBC caught editing Romney's comments.
Nevermind the New York Times who've been discredited so many times I lost count.
All of them remain absolutely silent when the people need to know what's going on with possible abuses of power in a liberal administration. If they don't have anything on conservatives, they just make it up.
So, no, I wouldn't trust getting my news from any other source.
It's why O'Reilly and Fox News was rated the #1 trusted news source by Suffolk University in Boston - a liberal university.
And Dan Rather was fired.