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WATCH A Kentucky Man Expertly Troll A ‘Fox & Friends’ Live Remote

Wednesday morning on President Trump’s favorite TV program, Fox & Friends, the network was doing a live remote from a diner in Louisville, Kentucky. Reporter Todd Piro announced:

“Let’s get right to the debate. Jefferson County, where we are, highly Democrat. Bullet County, right across the way here, heavy Republican.”

Piro then turned to a man he identified as Keith and said was a “Trump voter.” But Keith quickly corrected him:

“I’m a Democrat right here.”

About that same time, a man approached from behind and held up a handmade sign which read:

“Fox Lies.”

That was all it took for Piro to terminate the segment right then and there, saying:

“Alright, alright. We’re going to wrap this up and we’re going to go on off to commercial.”


When the segment had ended and gone back to the studio, the hosts said it had to be cut short due to a safety issue. Co-host Brian Kilmeade told viewers:

“I was reading his lips, I know exactly what he meant.”

That led Steve Doocy to add:

“Yeah, we don’t know exactly what was going on there,. But they felt in the best interest of the telecast, we cut away.”

What was going on, you nitwits, is that you were being trolled on live television. And you deserved it! You ended the live remote for a “safety issue?” Yeah, right. Fox has always been and always will be the home of lies and GOP propaganda.

This article was originally published by the same author at LiberalAmerica

By Andrew Bradford

Proud progressive journalist and political adviser living behind enemy lines in Red America.

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