"The blame America crowd has come back, but it's become far more
militant. It's the hate America crowd," NewsBusters publisher Brent
Bozell noted on the December 17 edition of Hannity. Bozell was reacting
to a now infamous clip from her eponymous July 1 program when MSNBC's
Melissa Harris-Perry trashed the Founding Fathers. "The land on which
they formed this Union was stolen. The hands with which they built this
nation were enslaved," she noted.
Perry's "footnote for the Fourth of July" was judged by a panel of media bias experts to be the 2012 Quote of the Year.
Bozell, the founder and president of the Media Research Center, was in
studio with Sean Hannity for a special year-ending "Media Mash" segment
devoted to the worst in liberal media bias from this year. Naturally,
Harris-Perry's MSNBC colleague Chris Matthews made the cut for his
openly admitting that he was glad Hurricane Sandy gave President Obama a much needed boost at the tail-end of the campaign, a remark for which he later apologized on air.
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