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Briefly (Very Briefly), Here's How Fox News Is Covering Election Night

By Dustin Rowles | Politics | November 8, 2017 |

By Dustin Rowles | Politics | November 8, 2017 |

This morning, coverage of election night dominates the front page of The NYTimes and The Washington Post and USA Today, among most publications.

Here’s the home page of Fox News:






You have to scroll down five pages (5) to get to the first article about last night’s election, and it’s not even about Ralph Northam and the Democrats winning; it’s about Trump distancing himself from Ed Gillespie. There’s only one more article on the entire home page about the election, and that’s about Chris Hurst, the local reporter who ran — and won — after his girlfriend was shot on camera last year.

That’s it.

Meanwhile, here was Sean Hannity’s entire contribution to the election results last night. Six seconds:

As far as Fox News viewers are concerned, last night didn’t even happen. They are truly living in an alternate reality. I guess that’s another difference between liberals and conservatives. We wallow. They ignore.

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