43. Steve Doocy mocks Obama for holding papers together with a binder clip.
"Hundreds of billions in tax hikes and new spending... bound together with that chintzy clip? What's that about?"
42. Bill O'Reilly says Asians aren't liberals because they're "hardworking."
When speaking about Hawaii's debt crisis on a 2013 episode of his show, O'Reilly says, "But you know what's shocking? Thirty-five percent of the Hawaiian population is Asian, and Asian people are not liberal, you know, by nature. They're usually more industrious and hardworking."
41. The Washington Post runs a Fox News ad that made false claims about tea party coverage.
40. E.D. Hill calls a fist bump between Barack and Michelle Obama a "terrorist fist jab."
39. Brian Kilmeade asks Nicaraguan meteorologist to host a Taco Day segment because she "probably grew up on tacos, right?"
38. Fox News exec urges staff to avoid discussing climate change.
37. Jon Stewart accuses Sean Hannity of manipulating video footage of a Michele Bachmann protest.
36. Hannity guest Bill Cunningham tells a female panelist, "Know your role and shut your mouth."
35. Fox Business host Charles Payne attacks The Lego Movie for "pushing an anti-business message to kids."
34. Erick Erickson says it's "anti-science" to not believe men should "dominate" women.
33. Ben Carson compares LGBTQ people to NAMBLA and people who practice bestiality.
32. Fox produces its own anti-Obama attack ad.
31. Andrea Tartaros says she'd "look fabulous" on food stamps.
30. Mistake in graphic portrays Obama as a GOP hopeful.
29. Jon Scott asks Bill Nye if the existence of a volcano on the moon disproves climate change.
28. Fox poll claims 120% of Americans believe scientists falsify global-warming data.
27. Fox psychiatrist thinks Obama was victimized by his parents and is taking it out on America.
On Fox & Friends, Dr. Keith Ablow told host Steve Doocy, “I think the president — going back to when his dad abandoned him, when his mother left him with his grandparents … all of those things led him to feel victimized, hurt, and injured, and he has extended it to this country.”
26. Brian Kilmeade says Americans aren't "pure" like the Swedes because they keep marrying "other species and other ethnics."
25. Bob Beckel asks, "When was the last time you heard about a rape on campus?"
24. Fox & Friends claims Obama chose a sit-down with a costumed pirate in 2012 over a meeting with the Israeli prime minister.
23. Andrea Tartaros blames statutory rape on feminism.
"Everything has become so sexualized now. Women who [commit statutory rape] feel like it's not as stigmatizing as it was before. There's something about feminism that lets them know 'I can do everything that a man does. I can even go after that young boy. I deserve it.'"
22. Glenn Beck pretends to light a guest on fire over Obama's spending.
21. John Stossel asserts that feminists no longer need to push for gender equality.
Fox Business host John Stossel took to the air to claim that women no longer need to fight for "gender equality": "Women ... often choose jobs that aren't so time-consuming, not so dangerous." Stossel went on to state that women are definitely worse drivers than men, as "they can't maneuver as well." He also says that now co-ed schools are "unfair to boys."
20. Fox & Friends labels Elie Wiesel a "Holocaust winner."
19. Megyn Kelly claims that Jesus and Santa are both white.
18. Fox gets hoaxed by an Obama-supporting college student on live TV.
17. Fox News psychiatrist Keith Ablow claims Newt Gingrich's infidelity might make him a better president.
His basic argument: since women are clearly clamoring to be with Gingrich, America should be too. The 2012 article is still online.
16. A Neil Cavuto segment claims that poor people aren't actually poor because they have refrigerators.
15. Ann Coulter says "liberal women" shouldn't be allowed to hold office.
14. Fox analyst Liz Trotta makes Obama assassination joke.
13. Mike Huckabee blames the Newtown shooting on schools forsaking God.
12. Fox & Friends attacks SpongeBob for "pushing a global-warming agenda."
11. Fox & Friends intros a segment on Chelsea Manning with Aerosmith's "Dude (Looks Like a Lady)."
10. Bill O'Reilly says there must "be some downside to having a woman president."
"Something [about women] may not fit with that office, correct?" O'Reilly asks his two female panelists. They stare at him, stunned. "No," Kirsten Powers says.
9. Anchor Lauren Green prods Muslim scholar Reza Aslan over why a Muslim would write a historical book about Jesus.
8. Anchor abruptly cuts off interview with Thomas Ricks after he calls Fox a "wing of the Republican Party."
7. Fox & Friends airs doctored photos of two New York Times journalists.
On a 2008 edition of Fox and Friends, Brian Kilmeade and Steve Doocy aired photos of New York Times reporter Jacques Steinberg and Times television editor Steven Reddicliffe that seem to have been Photoshopped in order to portray the journalists unflatteringly. The photos depict Steinberg with yellowed teeth, a widened nose and chin and darkened eyes. The other image of Reddicliffe had similar yellow teeth, as well as dark circles and a digitally recessed hairline.
6. In 2008, Fox & Friends calls Mr. Rogers an "evil, evil man" for making kids feel "special."
5. Bill O'Reilly screams "shut up!" at Jeremy Glick, son of a 9/11 victim, and cuts off his microphone.
4. Glenn Beck suggests Obama and his "communist" cronies want to kill 10% of the population.
Beck says, "People like Bill Ayers, who was OK with killing 10% of the people. The point is to expose these people. We're not this stupid ... there are elements with connections with government officials in the White House right now." (Beck's charges seem linked to Ayers' radical 1970s faction the Weather Underground, which Ayers once said aimed to "kill all rich people.")
3. Liz Trotta asks how much rape is TOO much rape.
2. Brian Kilmeade & Peter Johnson champion racial profiling and support asking incoming Arab travelers, "Are you here to commit jihad?"
Johnson says in earnest, "What's the interview process? Are we profiling these folks, and looking at them hard and saying, 'Are you really here to go to Lubbock, Texas, and learn something? Or are you here for jihad?'" Kilmeade replies that it's "a fact of life" that if you're from a country like Saudi Arabia, you "need extra checking on your background."