Fox & Friends hosts combined two of their favorite targets Sunday, socialism and Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, to ridicule her decision to "redistribute" her office's finances to provide staffers livable wages.
Fox News ran several segments this week warning Americans of the dangers of democratic socialism, but now the outlet is taking aim at the wife of the movement's most prolific member: Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders.
"It's amazing that he never let it go," Fox News host Brian Kilmeade said of Kushner's alleged grudge on Christie.
'Fox & Friends' used its Monday morning program to condemn America's secondary education system for indoctrinating students into support of socialism -- a trend one retired professor says is leading to Soviet-style genocide.
The 'Fox & Friend's co-hosts on Monday took on the divinely important question of whether God takes sides or personally decides the outcome of NFL games.
"I just think that will be another legal fight," Fox News host Brian Kilmeade said of a Trump potentially declaring the situation at the southern border a national emergency.
Undocumented migrants pay more than $20 billion in taxes annually, according to the IRS.
"The emergency declaration," Andrew Napolitano said, "allows him to mobilize assets, but it doesn't allow him to take or occupy property, and it doesn't allow him to spend money the Congress hasn't authorized."
"They're looking for something more intersectional," conservative commentator Mark Steyn joked about Democrats.
"Your inclination is right, this wall must be built," Fox News host Laura Ingraham told Trump.
Trump's controversial decision led to the resignation of Secretary of Defense General Jim Mattis and Brett McGurk, the U.S. envoy to the coalition fighting the Islamic State militant group.
Newt Gingrich joined the apoplectic hosts of Fox & Friends Wednesday in claiming the judge in Michael Flynn's case, Emmet G. Sullivan, could sentence the former Trump National Security Adviser to death.
"Some other reporting that you've seen on that has been inaccurate," Pompeo said.
The trio of hosts on Fox & Friends were visually frustrated while discussing an AP story Thursday about a 19-year-old Central American migrant giving birth on U.S. soil.
"America is definitely not a theocracy, but we are without a doubt a nation of Christians, and as such, we know we're commanded to give refuge to those who are in need. But here's the thing: We're not being allowed to welcome them into the nation."
Speaking on "Fox & Friends" on Monday, Ronald Colburn downplayed the use of crowd-dispersing spray.
"We've tried to keep you posted and yet some people, as you just heard in that, felt that this was not a problem," a 'Fox & Friends' co-host said.
Contributor Andrew McCarthy falsely claimed Europe has already "adopted Sharia blasphemy standards."
The 'Fox & Friends' co-host, who is a staunch supporter of Trump, said he had "no idea" the $600 he spent "would be considered a donation."
'Fox & Friends' co-host Brian Kilmeade pointed out a big worry about the economy under President Donald Trump.
National Rifle Association spokesperson Dana Loesch struck out at several female U.S. senators for "matriarchal insane attacks" over their abortion rights opposition to Brett Kavanaugh's SCOTUS confirmation.
"We shouldn't condemn either one for standing up for their convictions," Pastor Robert Jeffress said.
Clue: It's not an F.
President Donald Trump referenced a June 2009 speech made by Democratic Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer, which was played on Fox & Friends to compare his change of stance on illegal immigration.
"We'd all be a lot better off if we could get this out of the way."