Fox News stunned viewers into silence by sending them one message about the election

Some of the hosts on Fox News Channel are not happy.

They are taking their anger out on the viewers.

And now Fox News stunned viewers into silence by sending them one message about the election.

On the set of Fox & Friends, the co-hosts and their guests exploded in anger at the conservatives refusing to support Kevin McCarthy for Speaker of the House.

Fox News senior political analyst Brit Hume whined that the McCarthy holdouts were “extremists” who cost the GOP the Midterm election.

“One thing is that the public in this country is in no mood for extremists in either Party,” Hume said. “They don’t do well. They didn’t do well in this election. Arguably the presence of a number of people thought to be extremists on the Republican side of the tickets across the country cost them the big night they were hoping to be having. So, at this action here, 20 or 21 members are holding up the whole parade; I think a lot of people think that’s extreme.”

Co-host Ainsley Earhardt complained that voters wanted to move on and were tiring of the antics of McCarthy’s opponent.

“You might say, ‘Well we don’t know who these people are,’” Earhardt exclaimed. “But if you live in one of their states, you do, because everybody is talking about it.”

Co-host Steve Doocy – who promoted mask wearing and COVID vaccines – blamed the voters for electing conservatives opposed to McCarthy.

“You voted for them!” Doocy declared.

Earhardt agreed and expressed her belief that voters wanted to move on, saying “many of them are upset because they will say, ‘we really want to move on. There are other important issues to deal with.’”

Fox News Channel – outside of Tucker Carlson and Laura Ingraham – is reverting to its pre-Trump posture where it served as reliable defenders of the Republican establishment.

It’s been long forgotten, but in the early stages of the 2016 campaign, Fox News was seen as the Jeb Bush network.

That only changed after Trump won the GOP nomination.

Rupert Murdoch – who owns Fox News – is largely done with Trump following the Midterm elections.

And the editorial slant of Fox News programming largely coming down on the side of Kevin McCarthy is part of that shift.

Renewed Right will keep you up-to-date on any new developments in this ongoing story.