From The Fox Nation, accessed on July 20:
The Fox Nation headline, "Soldier Who Challenged Obama's Citizenship Fired From Job," links to a July 15 WorldNetDaily article which includes the following promotions for WND's "Where's the [Obama] birth certificate?" campaign:
In addition to advancing the birth certificate conspiracy theory, the Fox Nation-promoted article also raises claims that Obama was born in Kenya.
Echoing Rush Limbaugh's false characterization of remarks made by Sen. Dick Durbin, The Fox Nation featured a headline reading: "Durbin on White Male GOP Nominees: Racism Is 'In Their DNA'."
The Drudge Report, Fox News, and The Kudlow Report provided a forum for a chart released by congressional Republicans that purported to show "the complex health care reform proposal by Democratic congressional leaders."
From the July 14 edition of FoxNation.com:
From the front-page of The Fox Nation:
From the July 10 edition of Newweek's "The Gaggle":
From the July 10 edition of the Fox Nation:
Following the lead of Free Republic and the Drudge Report, media outlets highlighted a photo of President Obama from the G-8, in some cases with provocative, needling, or scolding commentary that is not supported by video of the event.
A day after Fox News host Greta Van Susteren debunked the "lying picture that's going around the Web" of President Obama purportedly "checking out" a young woman at a G8 photo shoot, Fox News continued to promote the insinuation that Obama had done so.
From Fox Nation: