Fox News Defends Trump’s Alleged “Sh*thole” Remark as the Way Normal People Speak

The controlled opposition “conservatives” at Fox do have their uses from time to time. So long as we recognize that they are not the leaders of the alt-right.


After The Washington Post on Thursday afternoon first reported Trump’s remarks at a White House meeting with lawmakers, “The Five” co-host Jesse Watters shrugged off the slur as the way ordinary Americans talk about “Haiti people.”

“If it’s true, this is how the forgotten men and women in America talk at the bar,” Watters said. “This is how Trump relates to people. If you’re at a bar, and you’re from Wisconsin, and you’re thinking, ‘They’re bringing in a bunch of Haiti people, or El Salvadorians, or people from Niger.’ This is how some people talk.”

Later Thursday evening, prime-time Fox host Tucker Carlson kicked off his show by questioning what all the fuss was about.

“For some reason virtually everyone in New York, Washington, and LA considered this a major, major event,” Carlson said. “Why is that?”

Then he launched into a defense.

“So, if you say Norway is a better place to live, and Haiti is kind of a hole, well, anyone who’s been to those countries or has lived in them would agree,” Carlson said. “But we’re jumping up and down, ‘Oh, you can’t say that.’ Why can’t you say that?”

Later in his show, Carlson turned to what he said should be “a big news story”: “are UFOs real?”

Panelists on Sean Hannity’s Fox News show defended Trump as being “authentic.” But, as usual, Hannity’s main focus was Democrats and the Russia investigation.

Changing the subject is a classic Fox strategy in the face of unflattering Trump news.

Jew “Brian Kilmeade” was not so nice to Trump.

Speaking of “Fox & Friends,” which the president regularly watches and live-tweets during scheduled “executive time,” co-host Brian Kilmeade began Friday’s show acknowledging that Trump’s comments were “disparaging” and “ham-handed.”

“It steps on a message, when he is legitimately on a roll,” Kilmeade said, adding that the president needs to at least “clarify” his comments “before noon” so that he doesn’t hamper congressional immigration negotiations.

Later in the show, Kilmeade again said Trump “made a mistake … no question,” and should “walk it back.”

“He’s not gonna,” co-host Steve Doocy interrupted.

“Maybe he does. Maybe this is the time he does,” Kilmeade responded.

Less than 30 minutes later, Trump did clarify his comments ― sort of ― saying “this was not the language used.”

Fox News contributor Steve Cortes suggested Trump’s tweet puts the matter to rest.

9 thoughts on “Fox News Defends Trump’s Alleged “Sh*thole” Remark as the Way Normal People Speak

  1. A shithole is any place crowded with too many people and not enough toilets. Maybe no toilets. Monrovia is a good example. All the good Liberians take a dump on the beach at low tide and the sea clears the shit away. Must be horrible at night – how do you walk on the beach without stepping in human shit? What happens when Liberians get “the runs” which must be very often? Same for India and similar countries. Sprayed human shit must be everywhere including kitchens of curry restaurants.

    Liberia and Haiti must be the biggest shitholes. Both are severely nigger infested and do gooder whites would be crazy to even go there, let alone live there.

    When there is a dust storm in Arab desert lands – I wonder how much dried human, camel and goat shit is blowing in the wind and up ones nose. A lot.

    • Why travel the world Robert, when we have the beach at Thursday Island, any street in Aurukun, or any shop alcove in Cairns or Townsville after pension day?

      (sings: Wherever I drop my shit, that’s my home)

  2. I just love the expressions of horror that Trump called it what it is. This is outrageous to them because we are all supposed to be pretending that Somlia really isn’t a shithole and it certainly can’t be a shithole because it’s full of barbaric, fast breeding, low IQ, spearchucking apes left over from the Stone Age. The same street shitting denizens that they are now bringing to white places like Minnesota. People might stop pretending! Then they will notice! Then they’ll get m a d. Then the multiculti party will violently end.

    So good for President Trump. He just sent us a loud message: I’m still here. I’m still with you.

  3. For the liberal, the truth must never be mentioned at any cost. It’s ridiculous, we don’t even know if he did actually say it, we only have the word of one slimy politician, a liberal I might add who couldn’t wait to speak to the press immediately after being told no deal by Trump on the DACA “deal”. I don’t mind if he did say it or if he used even more derogatory language as it’s true, the liberal must be shielded from the truth at all times otherwise he may have a heart attack.
    I still think Trump is a zionist puppet but every now and then he does something right, assuming he did actually say shitholes.

    • No the liberals are angry because the implied message is that these places are shitholes because the people are shit.

      Trump was saying the PC version of “why should America take shit people”. Even Trump’s too scared to say the actual truth.

  4. Every place is a shithole to varying degrees….some FAR more than others..

    the fact that someone said it and is being lambasted for it, I find ridiculous.

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