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'Don't You Fox on Me, Ever!'

J$P Video! Shep pounces when Naomi Wolf insults FNC. Shep gets in a shot at the end too:

From Studio B, February 6 2008

Smith was a bully--a screaming tyrant. there was no need to yell at Ms. Wolf. That shows a lack of class. This is what I HATE about Fox News. Back to BBC, MSMBC or anywhere else for me.
And BTW, if Smith worked for me and treated my guest that way, I'd fire him quickly, very quickly.
February 6, 2008, 4:58:26 PM EST – Like – Reply

I put this outburst down to Shep being a little tired. 
The days most laughable comment was made by O'reilly on F&F
O’Reilly said he expects “both Obama and Hillary Clinton to be respectful to the Fox News Channel.” :lol:
Keep it up Bill...I enjoy a good belly laugh before breakfast.
February 6, 2008, 5:04:39 PM EST – Like – Reply

Wolf is a crackpot. Her latest book (End of America) should be serve as evidence that she's suffereing serveral mental illness.
February 6, 2008, 5:53:48 PM EST – Like – Reply

foxier is going to go back to the "polite" BBC.
Watch this inverview of Ann Coulter... who is the rude one... Shep Smith or the BBC guy..
February 6, 2008, 5:55:15 PM EST – Like – Reply

Nice job Jeremy....No need to interview the clown after that excellent introduction.
February 6, 2008, 6:30:36 PM EST – Like – Reply

smith is a jerk typical of fox reporters,haven,t watched fox since hannitys interview when he said to a intervier , i,ll ask a question you only answer with a yes or no, very rude. republican owned
February 6, 2008, 7:26:47 PM EST – Like – Reply

johnny dollar
> haven,t watched fox since hannitys interview 
Thanks for your informed opinion.
February 6, 2008, 7:34:41 PM EST – Like – Reply

Angie S
I guess the truth hurts too much. Fox keeps losing demo viewers to CNN during election coverage b/c of their conservative biasand Shep Smith knows it. There is nothing wong with being biased but don't try to lie about it!
February 6, 2008, 7:42:09 PM EST – Like – Reply

Tell Wolf that Obama isn't exactly an outsider- he has been elected to office already. Wolf is crazy, the "babies" in Iraq all volunteered, and I thank them for the job they do whenever I see them. Wolf, Jesse Jackson, and Lou Dobbs are all water over the dam.
February 6, 2008, 8:34:50 PM EST – Like – Reply

Is it just a coincidence or has Shep ramped it up since signing the 7M dollar deal. I think he signed that deal and is so secure financially that he doesn't care to subscribe to any journalistic objectivity. Maybe Roger Ailes even encouraged him to become the next Bill O'Reilly so FNC can get their money's worth out of him long term.
February 6, 2008, 8:46:10 PM EST – Like – Reply

johnny dollar
What wasn't objective?
February 6, 2008, 9:01:21 PM EST – Like – Reply

I can understand Shep's anger. It was an undeserved shot at a network that frequently gives Naomi Wolf a platform to speak. It all stems from the relentless smearing of Fox by deranged blogs, and sadly Naomi Wolf and other liberals buy into it.
February 7, 2008, 12:51:34 AM EST – Like – Reply

On The Mark
This on-going "We, at FNC are the victims," tragic melody is getting to be a bit much, and I think it is beginning to infect even the reasonable people who work at FNC, like Mr. Smith. I guess I am curious where the drip down victimization starts. Surely, not O'Reilly. He may be the biggest loudmouth at FNC, but is not terribly original. Whatever the source, if someone doesn't put a stop to it, FNC is just going to be seen as a bunch of whiners.
February 7, 2008, 7:58:27 AM EST – Like – Reply

I didn't see anything wrong with what Smith said. Naomi brought up having to hold their noses and then tried to act like being asked a follow up was some example of Fox's bias. Smith was doing his job, and I'm sure he's sick of the accusations of bias and irrational hatred for any person who happens to work on fox.
February 7, 2008, 10:33:31 AM EST – Like – Reply

I have yet to hear from these detractors what was wrong with Smith's question?
Wolf said she's had to hold her nose in the past... should that statement be allowed to be put out there in service of shilling for Obama?
If there was nose holding, then she should come out and say who she was holding her nose about.
February 7, 2008, 11:39:01 AM EST – Like – Reply

Yeah, don't wait on that, Vince. "FOX is bad," is the mantra... the actual content doesn't matter.
Shep was being a real "journalist" and holding this woman accountable for what she said. She didn't like that, and tried to use the old "Look how FOX is picking on me" line. Shep would have none of that, and rightfully so.
There are so many people who don't like FOX because they actually pay attention during the interviews. The other networks, just let their guests babble... it doesn't matter what they say, the host isn't really listening. FOX takes what they do seriously... but that also means they won't let knuckleheads get away with saying crazy things… and that upsets the people who like the crazy.
Ironic, however, that all the “FOX haters” are crying “Republican bias!!!” If they actually watched the clip, and thought about it, they’d realize Shep called Wolf out for insulting the DEMOCRATS! But I guess paying attention would get in the way of their faux anger.
February 7, 2008, 4:23:04 PM EST – Like – Reply

You go Shepard Smith.
February 7, 2008, 4:31:37 PM EST – Like – Reply

Shep smoked her, and she thoroughly deserved it. Shep is trying to be like O'Reilly? Honestly, have you ever even watched Studio B? I didn't know you could put a hard right spin on a car chase or escaped goat.
February 7, 2008, 9:56:54 PM EST – Like – Reply

He was acting like a thug.
Out of control and a bully... at that point the question becomes a relevant.
He was unglued and she was perfectly civil.
As usual and as they are with America, my right-wing friends are out of touch on this one.
If someone acted like that in my home, escort them out at gun-point.
February 7, 2008, 9:58:15 PM EST – Like – Reply

Yelling, interrupting and getting it wrong. That’s Fox, and old Shepp is one of the herd.
February 7, 2008, 10:29:14 PM EST – Like – Reply

johnny dollar
If we're going to use home analogies, Wolf was in Shep's home, not vice versa.
February 7, 2008, 10:29:18 PM EST – Like – Reply

What exactly did Shep get wrong, David? He called HER on something SHE said. SHE said it!
Man... these guys who don't even bother to watch the clips!
And then you call him "unglued," but then say you would "escort them out at gun-point."
Get it together people! If you're going to bother commenting, at least spend the time and watch the clip! SHEESH!
February 7, 2008, 11:12:14 PM EST – Like – Reply

oh god shep sucks. just like everytime i happen to give him a chance. imagine if a masculine man di d what he did? scandal!
February 8, 2008, 4:03:01 AM EST – Like – Reply

he's hysterical. just like one of the girls. actually they were much calmer. i can't disagree with naomi anymore, but that doesnt make make shepard smith some kinda hero for simply getting hysterical. did he zing anyone? no!. he cut the mike and played the drama queen.
February 8, 2008, 4:23:06 AM EST – Like – Reply

Fox Fan
I agree, olbyhater. Although this was one of Shep's better clips, I've always considered him to be one of the dumber if not the dumbest of the FNC personalities. McCallum scores pretty close on the culture quizzes.
February 8, 2008, 10:08:01 AM EST – Like – Reply

Thanks Johnny for the video and congrats on the 25 comments so far. This is more than the total of all other threads so good for you. It must suck to do so much work and get so little hits and comments the way popular websites do. Having said that Shep lost control and looked like a typical foxtard. No news there. The comments on the Crooks and Liars website says it all. Thanks again for posting it or I would have missed another laugh at the expense of Fox and it's tards.
February 8, 2008, 10:33:20 AM EST – Like – Reply

johnny dollar
Thanks Daytona for gracing us with another lie: this isn't even the most-commented item, let alone more than the total of all others. But truth is irrelevant in the Fox haters echo chamber.
February 8, 2008, 10:36:46 AM EST – Like – Reply

Come on, Johnny... you didn't actually expect Daytona (of all people) to actually scroll down and see there are a bunch more threads with more comments.
That's almost like working... or thinking. Don't expect too much, and Daytona won't let you down.
February 8, 2008, 11:03:21 AM EST – Like – Reply

On The Mark
Is it possible to find FNC an unsatisfactory network, in general, with a few bright spots, without hating FNC? I think it is. Preferring "A" does not necessarily mean hating "B" and "C". Why does everything have to love or hate?
I respect and enjoy viewing a number of FNC personalities, Angle, Barnes, Kondracke, Krauthammer, Liasson. I find a number of FNC personalities, Camerota, Doocy, Gibson, Kilmeade and Rivera ridiculous to the point of being comical. I dislike a number of FNC personalities to the point of avoiding them, Carlson, Hannity, O'Reilly, North, Rove. Does that mean that I hate FNC, or does it simply mean I am selective in my viewing? I think the latter. This either-or, black-white, love-hate categorization seems too simplistic to be of any use.
February 8, 2008, 1:06:11 PM EST – Like – Reply

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February 8, 2008, 1:09:05 PM EST – Like – Reply

Fox Fan
I don't know why Daytona would say anything about comment numbers, Corcoran already outed NHs as a bunch of lying sockpuppet comment inflators.
February 9, 2008, 11:53:28 AM EST – Like – Reply

republican owned
Anonymous | 02.06.08 - 7:31 pm | # 
CNN-Democrat owned. All others, democrat owned. Would you be happier if all news outlets were owned by commies? Of course, you would.
February 11, 2008, 11:50:03 PM EST – Like – Reply