The Fox Nation featured the headline, "Sports Teams Welcome at WH, but Celebrating Prayer Ignored," which adopts James Dobson's recent criticisms of President Obama.
Sean Hannity, Laura Ingraham, and Mark Steyn criticized President Obama as an elitist because he ordered a burger with "spicy mustard" or "Dijon mustard."
Sean Hannity, Bill Hemmer, and The Fox Nation advanced the false claim that House Democrats voted to "protect" or "defend" pedophiles by voting against an amendment to the Local Law Enforcement Hate Crimes Prevention Act.
A Fox Nation headline falsely claimed: "Obama Spending $400K to Studying Drinking and Sex Habits of Gays in Argentina." In fact, the article to which the Fox Nation headline links states that the study began in September 2008, and according to the National Institute of Health, much of the project's funding was allocated before Obama took office.
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The Fox Nation featured a headline that falsely claimed: "One Group Gives Obama's 100 Days a C+." In fact, the article to which the headline linked discussed a poll of "new media experts" who graded the WhiteHouse.gov website, not President Obama's first 100 days in office.