Recently, they've deliberately contrived to falsify news footage, in a transparent attempt to promote one of their own pet causes. In fact they did this twice in one week - until Fox executives threatened to fire anyone else caught doing it again, as the feeling was that it might be making them "look bad".
This was followed rapidly by former White House Press Secretary, under President
Then, in an almost Kamikaze-like attempt at self-ridicule, they go and prove that, as a "news" entity, they don't actually employ anyone who is capable of doing junior school mathematics in the form of percentages.
And now, two new instances of Fox fuckwittage have come to light: one involving ineptly rearranging the geopolitical map of the Middle East on a whim; the other having the temerity to call into question the veracity of climate change figures - when (again) they can't even get their own percentage figures to add up to 100%
Firstly, let's see that map.
Now, Palin's claim to be able to see Russia from her house notwithstanding, in the pantheon of egregious schoolboy errors, even for Fox, this rates as a gem. I'm sure the Egyptians - to say nothing of the Jordanians, Syrians, Saudis and Iranians - might be forgiven for lodging a complaint with the UN at being mistaken for Iraq!
I think it only polite not to ask what Fox have done with the Pyramids.
[cough] Moving swiftly on....
Now, unless you've been living in a cave without cable for the last 10 years, you'll know that one of the things which confirms Fox as one of the leading flat-earth-minded broadcasters is its point-blank refusal to accept that there is any link or relationship between Man, the burning of fossil fuels, and how an otherwise increasing rise in the level of overall 'greenhouse gases' is having an adverse effect on the Earth's climate.
Indeed, so confident of this view are they that they've just released another of their polls which shows... which shows that yet again Fox can't even do basic arithmetic.
Anyone like to suggest how an organisation so atrocious at the basics in maths can have the crass audacity to question the data coming from the world's leading experts in the field?
Anyone care to explain how Fox News can still claim to be a 'news' organisation? Perhaps we could get them to point on a map to where they think global warming is coming from?