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'There is a Special Place in Hell' For VT Bomb Threat Makers, Homosexuals / Jossip
'There is a Special Place in Hell' For VT Bomb Threat Makers, Homosexuals
— Thu, Apr 19, 2007 —

We certainly don't mean to make light of the Virginia Tech tragedy. But when Shepard Smith goes on Fox News, gets all huffy, and threatens those who made the false bomb threat to the university with "a special place in hell" ... well, it sort of makes you think about whether God loves the gays or not.


No. 1
ofalafel says:

I have no idea why this guy is allowed to do hard news. Someone said that when he was asked a very simple factual question, he went on and on and made himself cry on-air. Then he was talking to a student trying to sound all heartfelt, and when they went to a 2-shot, this idiot was playing around with his BlackBerry. He embarrassed himself during Hurricane Katrina. He's fruitier than a fruitcake and needs to have his newscast sponsored by Midol. Get someone with some testosterone in there reading the Greta.

So....what are the latest stories about Shep trolling gay bars in NYC? Someone must have the scoop.

April 19, 2007 12:24 PM
No. 2
Webster says:

I think you're confusing Shep with Out cover boy Anderson Cooper

April 19, 2007 2:40 PM
No. 3
Addyboo says:

What is your issue with FOX News? Because the media is no longer absolutely controlled by liberals, you can't stand the other side's point of view coming out?

Did you even listen to the clip you put up on your own website? I listened to it once and what I heard was Shepard quoting a local official saying those phoning in the bomb threats deserve a special place in hell. The words did not come from Shepard himself.

So, for the second time this week you've ripped on FOX News, and for the second time, you've been completely inaccurate.

And what in the hell does homosexuality have to do with anything in this post? Are you insinuating that Shepard Smith is gay? Cause it's not funny. And, to bring some truth to your post and the comment from ofalafel: Shepard Smith is a terrific broadcaster. He is on live television througout the day and often checks his Blackberry for any items that cross the newswires. And as far as his Hurricane Katrina coverage - his analysis was emotional and complete. To denegrate his spotlighting of how fucked up the aftermath was is pathetic. No one brought the situation home more fully than Shepard Smith, Geraldo Rivera and FOX News.

April 19, 2007 8:30 PM
No. 4
shempsmithisgayforpay says:

The Shemp Smith credo:

The most important factor in success is sincerity," movie mogul Sam Goldwyn said. "And the sooner you can learn to fake it, the better off you are."

Phonier than a 3 dollar bill...and queerer than one, too.

April 19, 2007 10:58 PM
No. 5
ofalafel says:

1) If Shepard Smith wants to check his BlackBerry, I'd suggest he not do it when a student is responding to his supposedly "heartfelt" question. As the poster above points out, it makes him look like he doesn't give a damn.

2) I don't want "emotional" coverage with my news. I want the facts. If I wanted drama there are much better choices than Shepard Smith -- like Ashton Kutcher or perhaps Ryan Seacrest, if you want someone from the "same team".

3) FOX News is wonderful. Shepard Smith is the odd man out.

April 19, 2007 11:02 PM
No. 6
Qwerty says:

Um. Fox "News" is terrible and very unprofessional. I poop on Fox "News."

April 20, 2007 1:24 PM

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