Say What Now of the Day

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On this morning's Fox and Friends, talk show host Geraldo Rivera blamed Trayvon Martin's shooting on his attire, saying his hoodie was as much responsible for his death as George Zimmerman was.

"I am urging the parents of black and Latino particularly to not let their children go out wearing hoodies," Rivera told his unfazed Fox News colleagues.

He went on to claim that the hoodie bears negative connotations that cannot be "rehabilitated."

"I bet you money," said Rivera, upping the audacity ante, "[I]f [Martin] didn’t have that hoodie on that nutty neighborhood watch guy wouldn’t have responded in that violent and aggressive way." 

[tpm.]

From One Muppet To Another of the Day

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From One Muppet To Another of the Day: At a press conference to promote the London premiere of the Muppets movie, Kermit and Miss Piggy respond to Fox Business host Eric Bolling's claim that the film pushes a liberal pro-environment anti-capitalist agenda in an effort to brainwash kids.

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Some Dumb Erratum of the Day

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Some Dumb Erratum of the Day: Today in Fox News Follies: Utah is Nevada; Obama is Romney.

[mediamatters / mediaite.]

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Scenes From A Protest of the Day

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Scenes From A Protest of the Day: Perhaps in retaliation for the conveniently unaired clip of 99 percenter Jesse LaGreca being eloquent in the presence of a Fox News producer, Occupy Wall Street demonstrators chase away Geraldo Rivera and his film crew from their stomping ground with repeated cries of "Fox News Lies."

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Say What Now of the Day

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Say What Now of the Day: Fox News host/commentator Eric Bolling can't remember a single terrorist attack that occurred on American soil during George Bush's presidency, says "America was certainly safe between 2000 and 2008."

Bolling reacted to criticism of his questionable comment on today's Th

Heavily Edited Interview of the Day

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Heavily Edited Interview of the Day: Jon Stewart, in his Fox News Sunday debut, blasts the network for its "relentless promotion" of an ideological agenda.

[gotcha.]

Terrible Typo of the Day

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Terrible Typo of the Day: I was wondering who would be the first to slip up.

[@nickbilton / frangry.]