History Of Sexual Harassment
Q: In another article on Cameron, another entire section was removed
detailing Cameron's history of using fabricated quotes.
what kind of changes has Fox been making?
A: Conservatives feel that Olbermann's reporting carries a liberal bias. Finally, on the Olbermann page, references to Bill O'Reilly's sexual harassment lawsuit are scrubbed and the citation of O'Reilly's ratings is increased. On the page of Shepard Smith, a paragraph relating to his arrest in Florida for aggravated battery with a motor vehicle is scrubbed, as well as a paragraph about Smith's gaffe when he used the word "blowjob" on air--they're both here. In addition, the link to Smith's mug shot is removed On Al Franken's page, in regards to his lawsuit against Bill O'Reilly, quotes criticizing the nonsensical nature of the suit are scrubbed Reflecting later on the lawsuit during an interview on the [[National Public Radio]] program "[[Fresh Air]]" on [[September 3]], [], Franken said that Fox's case against him was "literally laughed out of court" and that "wholly (holy) without merit" is a good characterization of Fox News itself. Becomes Reflecting later on the lawsuit during an interview on the liberal [[National Public Radio]] program "[[Fresh Air]]" on [[September 3]], [], Franken said that Fox's case against him was the best thing to happen to his book sales. This is hardly all there is, but it's certainly telling. Someone at Fox News is going online and scrubbing Wikipedia entries to make Fox look better and to attack their political enemies. Perhaps they would claim they're simply trying to make things fair and balanced, but the rest of us see little more than revisionist history.
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