Shorter Carney: "It's all Fox News's fault."—
Dana Loesch (@DLoesch) May 14, 2013
That’s right. Press secretary Jay Carney whipped out the ol’ Fox News-bashing card during his press briefing today. After diminishing the lives of four murdered Americans by calling Benghazi a “political circus,” natch. Shameful and shameless: Perfect together!
Clown Carney answered (by answered, we mean spun) a question on the AP phone records scandal. By bashing Fox News.
Really, Jay Carney? Using Wendell Goler's question about Holder/AP snoop-gate to bash Fox?—
Michelle Malkin (@michellemalkin) May 14, 2013
Sheesh, Carney, can you at least come up with something original? How boring.
Carney trots out the Fox boogeyman. So tired and predictable.—
RB (@RBPundit) May 14, 2013
Twitter users rightly give the sniveling twit the business.
"Imagine the story on Fox!?" Carney – your colors are showing!—
Justin Hart (@justin_hart) May 14, 2013
Imagine the story on FOX? WTH—
Heather (@hmfearny) May 14, 2013
Carney finds time to attack Fox News.—
Brian Faughnan (@BrianFaughnan) May 14, 2013
Fox News bashing now. This is going well.—
John Ekdahl, Jr. (@JohnEkdahl) May 14, 2013
What an ass. Blame Fox—
Greg Pollowitz (@GPollowitz) May 14, 2013
Jay Carney attacks Fox News, smirks.—
Guy Benson (@guypbenson) May 14, 2013
Carney takes a dig at Fox. What a small, small man. Apparently being buried in scandals has his spirits down.—
Jedediah Bila (@JedediahBila) May 14, 2013
Carney just slams Fox. They used up the Romney excuse last week.—
Elisabeth Meinecke (@lismeinecke) May 14, 2013
Jay Carney: We can't find out what happened because Fox News.—
(@mitrebox) May 14, 2013
Carney will just say "I'm sorry about hitting you, baby, it's just that Fox News makes me so mad!!" and the WH Press Corps will forgive him.—
Phil Smith (@psmith867) May 14, 2013
And this Twitter user sums up Clown Carney’s ludicrous performance today in a nutshell:
Shorter Carney Presser: If reports are true, unfettered Repubs altered emails with Fox News, but we can't comment on ongoing investigation.—
Michelle Peper (@MPeper) May 14, 2013