Fox News Dumps Dick Morris

Filed in National by on February 5, 2013

In a victory for reality and a defeat for bullshit, Fox News won’t be renewing its contract with Dick Morris, the world’s worst political pundit. Morris, AKA the King of Wrong Mountain, was last seen predicting a Mitt Romney landslide in November, a prediction not even Rasmussen’s polling hype supported. Fox could have saved themselves some money by listening to me in 2008; it shouldn’t take over a decade for a network to fire someone who makes nothing but wrong predictions. My all time favorite Morris prediction was that Hillary Clinton would beat Obama in the Hawaii caucuses because of “the Asian vote”. Yes, Obama won his home state by a landslide, of course.

Combined with Chris Wallace sticking it to Wayne LaPierre, this news suggests that reality-based discourse is on the rise.

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  1. Jason330 says:

    LOL!

    “Hillary Clinton would beat Obama in the Hawaii caucuses because of “the Asian vote”.

    Thanks for the memories, idiot. I guess Morris has to retire to a cave and wait for the Hillary Clinton administration to save him like the Bill Clinton administration did.

  2. cassandra_m says:

    He could always show up on Al Jazeera, like Palin has. Because it looks like Al Jazeera has decided to counter the wingnut fear and loathing pointed at them with the adoption of a few wingnuts.

  3. bamboozer says:

    Sure, Morris is gone but Fox News has nothing to do with reality, it’s a propaganda based organization and as such are purging (always popular with the right ) voices that no one is going to listen to anymore. Palin comes to mind.

  4. cassandra_m says:

    And Media Matters documents all of the atrocities.

    So now I’m thinking that Dick Morris and Pat Buchannan will join forces to take a run at some form of wingnut welfare.

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