Jon Stewart Rips Apart Fox's Benghazi Obsession by the Ifs, Ands, and Buts

Esther Zuckerman

With Fox News continuing its all-out coverage of the ongoing Benghazi hearings in Congress, it was only natural that Jon Stewart go after his least favorite cable-news network on The Daily Show last night. And Fox has been throwing around a lot of "ifs" when it comes to the president's role in the attacks on the American consulate last summer. Fox is outraged that the media at large isn't more outraged, Stewart says, except Fox's argument for outrage is predicated not so much on facts as many "if" clauses.

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"I think I see the problem here," Stewart said. "You can't understand why everyone else isn't as outraged as you, when it's because the rest of us aren't sure if what your saying is true. And to be quite frank, you do have somewhat of a history of hysteria." 

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