Theory: Fox News Is Best Described As A Fear Mongering, Pro-Terrorist Propaganda Network (As War IS What They Enjoy The Most & That's How They Spread The Sentiment Needed For War). From the only person brave enough to expose Fox News on a continuous basis, Jon Stewart. It's unfortunate he only reported on a "fake" news show.
CRAZY LIKE FOX APRIL 10, 2003 - Fox News -- above all the other news networks -- sees the war as what it is: entertainment. (2:16)
MOMENT OF ZEN - OPERATION IRAQI FREEDOM MARCH 31, 2003 - Fox News broadcasts footage of U.S. missiles attacking Iraq backed with classical music. (0:18)
MOMENT OF ZEN - FALSE ALARM JANUARY 16, 2003 - CNN and Fox News cover a scare story about bubonic plague that turns out to be unsubstantiated. (0:17)
HEADLINES - IT'S SHACKLES DAY! JUNE 22, 2005 - Your loud continuous drumbeat of misinformation with Neil Cavuto to premier on Fox News. (2:11)
In the Name of the Fodder - The Fox News rapid-response team distinguishes violence in the name of a religion from the practitioners of that religion -- as long as it's Christianity. (5:17):
Notice: This is from 2005
SHOULD WE BE SHOWING THIS? AUGUST 10, 2005 - Terrorists are using the media to spread hate and Fox News demonstrates by showing a terrorist message of hate. (2:08)
This is from Feb 2015;
Why is Bill O'Reilly talking about 'holy war'? Chris Hayes explains why framing the fight against ISIS as 'holy war' is not helpful.
The rest of the time the media is silent, mostly. Very strange.
HORRIBLE BOSSES - FOX NEWS WON'T DUMPSTER DIVE JULY 19, 2011 - Instead of wasting its time with the epic scandal consuming Britain's journalistic establishment, Fox News investigates whether NPR is an agent of jihadist inquisition. (4:14)
The most a media person will do is mention it once or twice or even three or four times and them shut up for the rest of the year. The following videos provide two types of proof. 1. That Fox News lies in an easy to prove way, & 2. That the "media" has given up on trying to fight lies. They are simply doing relationship management. A few mention I was able to catch (which should be continuous rolling headlines such as "Fox News Watch");