Fox News takes a beating on Twitter as #FOXNewsReportsHistory trends
#FOXNewsReportsHistory has not only become a plaything for assorted Twitter wits Wednesday morning, it seems to have struck a nerve; as of this writing, it's a top 10 Twitter trending topic. A small sampling:
The assassination of Archduke Franz Ferdinand and his wife: What did Hillary Clinton know and when did she know it? #FOXNewsReportsHistory— MizCromulent (@MizCromulent) August 15, 2018
On September 11th, 2001...Thousands of Americans died in the worst terrorist attack in US History and President Obama did NOTHING to stop it. #FOXNewsReportsHistory @SamAUAG pic.twitter.com/tnf5ggwDqv— HoosierMamaTags (@HoosierMamaTags) August 15, 2018
Corpse of Lindbergh baby found in basement of pizza parlor. Hillary's been hiding the body for decades. Shredded emails found right next to mozzarella. #FOXNewsReportsHistory— Skarlet Karson (@IdesKat315) August 15, 2018
The Holocaust had nothing to do with race or ethnicity, Hitler was just misunderstood and unhappy about the massive demographic changes in Germany.#FOXNewsReportsHistory— Nicole Lyons (@LithChronicles) August 15, 2018
We never understood how the Nazis couldn't find where Anne Frank was hiding. Our team's been to Amsterdam... There are signs pointing to her house everywhere.#FOXNewsReportsHistory— Samael (@Ignusolympi) August 15, 2018
#FOXNewsReportsHistory— Barry Colthorpe (@BarryColthorpe) August 15, 2018
A beautiful wall in Berlin, which East Berlin paid for by the way, was torn down today
#FOXNewsReportsHistory Christopher Columbus reclaims America from the Indigenous People who were squatting there.— RaPUNzel (@RandilynIsIn) August 15, 2018
A large group of very fine people have just invaded Poland #FOXNewsReportsHistory— Mr. Rodger (@MattRodger) August 15, 2018
#FOXNewsReportsHistory— Edward J Thomas (@UnknownWr1ter) August 15, 2018
Hillary Clinton attacks Pearl Harbor!
Cleopatra breaking news : "...But, her heiroglyphs "#FOXNewsReportsHistory— steg68 (@Steg68) August 15, 2018
Stay tuned for the inevitable anti-CNN hashtag-prompt from Fox News fans.
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