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Fox News Speaks for Majority on Health Care Reform?

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Uploaded on Mar 18, 2010

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Earlier this month, when Jon Stewart and "The Daily Show" totally decimated the credibility of Fox News in general and Fox News anchor Megyn Kelly specifically because of the way that the supposed straight news anchors on Fox News like Megyn Kelly keep aggressively opposing health care reform under the guise of speaking for the majority of the American people, I thought it might make Megyn Kelly and the other Fox News anchors a little more circumspect on the subject, but, this week, despite that drubbing from "The Daily Show," Megyn Kelly continued using questionable poll numbers to pretend to speak for the majority of Americans as I show in this video.

The clips of "The Daily Show" that I use in this video come from the segment broadcast on Comedy Central on March 3, 2010, which is available online at http://www.thedailyshow.com/watch/wed...

The clips I use of Megyn Kelly and Bernard Whitman come from a segment on the Fox News program "America Live" broadcast on March 16, 2010 (that I have not been able to find online).

The clip I use of Megyn Kelly misreading a poll about the American Dream comes from a segment on that same program which is available online at http://media2.foxnews.com/031610/0316...

The graphic I use of from RealClearPolitics showing a variety of poll results regarding the health care legislation from President Obama and the Democrats comes from the page available online at http://www.realclearpolitics.com/epol...

The graphic I use of from Gallup showing a variety of poll results regarding the health care legislation from President Obama and the Democrats comes from the page available online at http://www.gallup.com/poll/126521/Fav...

And, finally, the graphic I use from Xavier University showing a poll result regarding the difficulty of reaching the American Dream comes from the page available online at http://www.xavier.edu/politics/docume...

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