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Roger Ailes soaks through a couple suits while stating this about NPR:

“They are, of course, Nazis. They have a kind of Nazi attitude.”

I guess I missed that special edition of ‘Wait Wait…Don’t Tell Me’ staged in Munich, or Click & Clack invading Poland.

Of course, calling somebody a Nazi is ‘verboten’ only for contributors to some liberal organization, not someone as big as Roger Ailes. Naturally, he was quickly forgiven by Abraham Foxman when he apologized to him…instead of, you know, the people he called Nazis.

While Foxman amiably gives Ailes a pass, a few hours later Glenn Beck once again accuses pre-pubescent li’l George Soros of being Eichman’s ‘reich-hand’ man in Budapest.

But Ailes had a pre-fab justification for this as well:

I wanted to follow up on the Glenn Beck situation with regards to George Soros. I frankly don’t feel much guilt because Glenn Beck only used Soros’ words and our Brainroom dissected each statement and found them valid.

Wait a minute, FoxNews has a brainroom? They clearly don’t use it much.

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Oops, sorry, that's the biography of Verne Gagne with a touch of Mustafa Kemal.

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