Laura Bassett at The Huffington Post reported Tuesday that Fox Business would not air a TV advertisement by the feminist group Ultraviolet that called for the termination of Fox contributors Lou Dobbs, Erick Erickson, and Juan Williams.
"Lou Dobbs has a problem," an announcer declares in the ad, over tiny out-of-context clips of the men speaking. "Women are winning the bread. Even his own network isn't safe from this source of lady breadwinners. Tell Fox to retire Lou Dobbs, Erick Erickson, and Juan Williams and spare them the pain of equality."
Lou Dobbs, on Tuesday's edition of Lou Dobbs Tonight, highlighted the MRC's report on how ABC, NBC and CBS have ignored recent ObamaCare setbacks.
The Fox Business News host announced: "You know our viewers have known from the very beginning about this ObamaCare nightmare, but any one tuning into the Big Three networks isn't getting access to these facts. The Media Research Center looked into it and here are just some of their findings." (video after the jump)
MRC director of media analysis Tim Graham appeared on Lou Dobbs Tonight on Friday on the Fox Business Channel to discuss the media’s protective coverage of the Obama administration on the growing Benghazi scandal.
Graham said on the Big Three networks, "We've had 22 stories in the last couple of days about binders full of women and networks skipping out on covering Libya." (Video and transcript below)