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FNC's Ingraham, Arroyo Highlight Double Standard Regarding 'Partisanship' of SCOTUS Justices

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During Friday's edition of The Ingraham Angle, host Laura Ingraham and Fox News Contributor Raymond Arroyo discussed how "all hell broke loose" when Supreme Court justice Neil Gorsuch appeared on Fox & Friends and uttered the phrase "Merry Christmas." Arroyo read aloud some tweets from Playboy's Amee Vanderpool and CNN's Brian Stelter while Ingraham brought up a tweet from CNN national security analyst Susan Hennessey slamming the Supreme Court justice for "appearing on Fox & Friends and not news programs on other networks." Arroyo suggested that the "CNN employees don't watch their own network" before putting up a picture of Gorsuch as he sat down for an interview with the network earlier this year. Arroyo also pointed out some double standards: "I guess appearing on partisan shows don't apply to other Supremes either. Remember when Sotomayor showed up to push her book on Stephen Colbert's show?" The Fox News Contributor proceeded to outline "the rules" for Ingraham: "Gorsuch must avoid partisan shows...and no Merry Christmas." Before the discussion on media hypocrisy regarding Supreme Court justices came to an end, Arroyo reminded Ingraham of the glowing documentary profiling liberal heroine Ruth Bader Ginsburg that aired on CNN. Ingraham also asked: "didn't RGB...didn't she go after Trump pretty hard?" Ingraham answered her own question by declaring that "nobody had a problem with that," referring to the media and the left, who are supposedly so concerned about Supreme Court justices coming across as "partisan."

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