Chris Stirewalt, fired soon after his team called Arizona for Joe Biden on election night, compared "Patriot Purge" to the kind of "garbage" peddled by Infowars.
The Fox News commentator also defended the Infowars conspiracy theorist's role in the Jan. 6 attack on the U.S. Capitol.
The Fox News host defended the CNN newsman for helping brother Andrew Cuomo fight sexual misconduct accusations.
The Fox News host continued the right's attack on the infectious disease expert after Fauci snapped back at Ted Cruz.
"I thought it was an SNL skit," one critic wrote on Twitter.
The infectious disease expert explained why he considers criticism from the Fox News personality a "badge of honor."
"The ways people are twisting this is just sickening," the acquitted Kenosha, Wisconsin, gunman told Tucker Carlson.
“People want to use his name, get it out there so they can get some publicity. I think it’s cheap," said Mark Richards.
The shooter has been photographed flashing the "white power" sign while posing with Proud Boys.
Carlson's "Patriot Purge" on the Jan. 6 Capitol riot is filled with lies and conspiracy theories.
“I did not approve of that,” Mark Richards told CNN's Chris Cuomo about the presence of the Fox News personality's "documentary" makers.
"Different scenarios run through your head ... like what could have happened, like what if I wasn’t alive?” Rittenhouse said in a Fox News clip.
The Fox News host's latest complaint could easily apply to himself.
His recent series for Fox Nation, “Patriot Purge,” is setting the stage for something even worse than the attack on the Capitol.
The vice president went to high school in Canada, which means she's "not from this country in that sense," according to the Fox News host.
“I am only responsible for and only have control over my piece of real estate,” the Fox News host told the Financial Times.
"To spread those kinds of lies" about Jan. 6 is "really dangerous," Liz Cheney told Chris Wallace just days after his colleague did exactly that.
The Fox News host said critical race theory is un-American "Nazi stuff" after admitting he doesn't understand it.
Fox News’ Tucker Carlson got mad at Sen. Lindsey Graham after The Washington Post revealed that Graham told the Senate sergeant-at-arms to use guns on the Jan. 6 mob that raided the Capitol.
The Fox News host has stridently defended Capitol insurrectionists as mere trespassers.