*Sherri Shepherd, “The View” co-host appeared on Tuesday’s “Fox & Friends” and told the hosts that her house alarm went off last month and now she’s going to protect herself.
“We have two dogs and they didn’t bark,” Shepherd told the “Fox & Friends” hosts. “And immediately my husband jumped out of bed and ran downstairs. And I ran to my son Jeffrey‘s room. And I never wanted a gun in my house but the sight of my son laying there saying, ‘Mommy I’m scared.’ That’s when you realize all you got is a wicker trash basket between me and anybody that comes in this room. And it was a scary thought.”
She also told her co-workers on “The View,” and while Whoopi and Elisabeth understood her decision, Barbara Walters had a completely different view.
“I don’t have a house. I have an apartment so I have a different set up,” Walters said. “But it scares me, what you’re talking about. Because when you have a gun, the tendency is to use it and sometimes you use it in the wrong way.”
While interviewing with “Fox & Friends,” co-host Brian Kilmeade asked if Barbara’s opinion had changed her mind.
“No, it didn’t scare me at all because I say that people who say that have never been in the situation of needing to defend their family,” Shepherd said.
As far as the alarm is concerned, she didn’t say whether or not there was an intruder.
Fox News Hosts (l to r) Bill Hemmer, Brian Kilmeade, and Martha MacCallum disrespect 102-year-old Desiline Victor for being recognized at the President’s State of the Union Address, Tuesday, February 12, 2013.
*American voters should never make another excuse about getting to the polls and voting again.
The example set at last fall’s election has set the bar high for everyone.
Desiline Victor is 102 years old and she waited on line for over three hours to get her chance to vote for Obama.
Victor is a Haitian farmer who resides in Miami and became a citizen in 2005. She voted in the 2008 election as well. But according to Rev. Al Sharpton, over 200,000 people in Florida were kept from voting in last year’s election because of the voter suppression efforts by Republicans that kept the lines long and voting complicated.
Fox & Friends co-host Brian Kilmeade interviews two little girls about their lemonade stand and what they feel about the President’s words on small businesses last week.
*The election is right around the corner and folks are taking sides.
The media has gotten involved and they are showing less tact than the actual candidates. They have a lot to say about the campaign, but none more than …you know who!
Fox and Friends, hosted by Gretchen Carlson, Steve Doocy, and Brian Kilmeade, is back in the center of controversy over their signature controversial style of interviewing and interpreting the news. (more…)
*The Fox morning show, Fox & Friends, was having one of their wacky moments, as morning shows have, but this got out of control.
The morning show host, Brian Kilmeade, was feeling a bit cocky during the interview with wrestler UFC champ, B.J. Penn, who was on the show to promote his new book.
Kilmeade was talking kinda fast which appeared to make Penn a little nervous. It was as though he started getting that short yellow bus, wrestler twitch. Then at the end of the interview Kilmeade inadvertently challenges Penn. (more…)