Begin by exposing Fox's slanted reporting

This has been a banner period for our president. Not only did he claim that there would be violence if the GOP loses control of the House, he also claimed that the entire economy of the U.S. will fold like one of his cheap suits if he is impeached. And lastly, he claimed Google was biased against him and conservatives, and so wants them investigated.

Well, if we are going to go down this road, I would like to see Fox News' bias exposed for their slanted take on just about anything. After all, fair is fair. 

Jeff Sattler

Norwich

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