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No Sign of Change at Fox

Last Friday, the media got hold of Trump's deposition in the E. Jean Carroll case in which he says that unfortunately "or fortunately" stars like himself. can grab women by the p***y and doubled down by then insulting the questioning attorney as not his type. On "Hannity" that night, no mention of the video on his show. Safe to say no mention on the other two shows as evident from the following two nights.

Monday is when the video got heavy playback on other channels. On the three primetime shows — "Fox News Tonight", the substitute for Carlson now hosted by Kayleigh McEnany, a former Trump press secretary; "Hannity" at 9:00 o'clock; and Laura Ingraham's "The Ingraham Angle" — no mention anywhere of the deposition videos even though they were thought to have a big impact with the jury.

The jury verdict came down on Tuesday. With one perhaps inadvertent exception, no coverage at all on all three hours of the three shows, even on a program that calls itself "Fox News Tonight". You have to wonder just how much Fox viewers ever hear about what is happening in the real world. All of these programs literally every night go on about the border and Hunter Biden. Legitimate subjects, but it's constant, endless.

The only "coverage" of the trial verdict came from guest Alan Dershowitz, who has claimed to be a Democrat but who's been all-in for Trump and appears on Fox often. Mention of the decision against Trump in the Carroll case does not appear to have been planned because Dershowitz it was in the midst of the panel talking about Hunter Biden, of course:

"In the rape case today a judge allowing jurors to remain anonymous even from the jurors, even from the defense attorneys. That's just unheard of. The rules imply change when Donald Trump's involved and that's what concerns me. This is an easy case to win on appeal. Inconsistent verdicts, statutes of limitation, anonymous jurors and if it was anybody except Donald Trump, it would be a slam dunk reversal on appeal. But it's Donald Trump, and the appellate verdict will probably come down either just before or just after the election and the circuit court will be able to time it in a way that may very clearly impact the election. We should be very worried about the weaponization of our criminal justice and our justice system in general to get Trump". That was followed by a comment that an impartial jury in New York doesn't exist.

Finally, Laura closes with a quickie she calls "Biden by the numbers". A confused cartoon Biden says "What am I doing? I'm going to lose track here" and then the real Biden claims deficit reduction by "a hundred and sixty billion dollars, billion, B-I-L-L-I-O-N". Simultaneously, on the screen Laura superimposes B I L O I O N. Not kidding. She tried to make it that he spelled it incorrectly, but he didn't. She did. The program was recorded and played back. "He does have a little trouble with numbers, doesn't he?". No, Laura, it's you.

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