Who coulda saw this one comin?
Remember that scary, scary caravan of ISIS Muslim terrorists from Honduras that were going to invade our pristine nation by throwing smallpox infected anchor babies at us?
For some reason, Fox News stopped talking about it.
During a segment on Thursday, Joe Scarborough and Mika Brzezinski went on a sarcastic rant making fun of Fox for largely dropping its caravan coverage after the midterms, arguing this was evidence that the story was always just fearmongering intended to drive Republicans to the polls. "But they thought it was such a big story!" Brzezinski said. "They thought that our country was in danger!"
When a producer of Morning Joe cited a Vox article, which mentions that Fox & Friends only mentioned the caravan one time the morning after the midterms, Brzezinski sarcastically quipped, "But smallpox is coming to America! They told us this as news!" Scarborough added, "I don't understand because this was an invasion that was going to threaten our very way of life."
They also questioned why the president has barely talked about the caravan since the election, only addressing it briefly during a 90-minute news conference Wednesday when questioned by a reporter.