As in the incredible segment when "Judas O'Reilly" denies Christianity is a religion.
Remember Him? The God whose human incarnation is celebrated at Christ's Mass?
Here's "Judas O'Reilly" to David Silverman, President of American Atheists, "It is a fact that Christianity is not a religion, it is a philosophy."
"Judas O'Reilly" then continues, "If the government were saying that the Methodist religion deserves a special place in the public square, I would be on your side."
Unfortunately, as Silverman learns, discussing theology, in fact, discussing ANYTHING with "Judas O'Reilly" is counter-productive.
That's because Fox thrives on controversy. Its viewer tune in, not for news, not to learn, but to watch Fox "hosts" bully liberals, progressives, moderates, gays, blacks, feminists, professors.
Anyone "important" enough to be invited to guest on Fox must have be confident enough to presume they can "handle" the interviewer and at least coherently express their views on air.
Not a chance.
Guests who aren't satisfactorily browbeaten and humiliated are jerked off-air at the speed of light.
Fox calling? Don't take the call.
Don't submit to on-air humiliation. Don't be chum tossed to Fox's viewers.
Decline the interview. Let Fox's hosts start debating themselves and their wingnut supporters. Without "liberals" to crucify, Fox will have to start disemboweling its own own to feed its audience's blood lust.
It's all about the thirty pieces of silver.
"Just say no."
"Judas O'Reilly" Denies Christianity is a Religion
One of the very few times I've heard of a Fox Guest "beating" the Intervew, Tom Ricks about Benghazi.
And, of course, Rick's was abruptly cut off by the show's off screen producer.