‘Fox & Friends’ Takes on MSNBC’s Dan Abrams and Chris Matthews
As NewsBusters reported, MSNBC's Dan Abrams pointed an accusatory finger at Fox News Monday claiming, "The Republicans have had Fox News, and O'Reilly in particular, in their pocket on the Republican talking points since 1996."
Clearly not pleased, the "Fox & Friends" crew took Abrams to task for his statements Tuesday, especially co-host Gretchen Carlson (file photo above right) who seemed to be doing her darnedest to hold back her anger.
I'm here to tell you that I've never received any talking points from the Republican Party. So that's point number one that's not accurate...I take my talking points from my own head, thank you very much! Also, he said that "Chris Matthews expresses his opinions on his show which are far less predictable than any host covering politics on Fox News." Again, we receive our talking points from our own heads, and also, Chris Matthews did not say those blasphemous comments on his show. He said them at a public event where maybe he felt that nobody else was listening.