Fox News Host: ‘The Terrorists Have Won’ …Because Beer Ad Omitted God From Its Commercial

Samuel Adams beer

“Fox Nation’s” Jesse Watters may not mind having his readers regularly discuss assassinating President Obama and he has personally stalked a young, female blogger because she dared criticize Bill O’Reilly’s sexism, but when it comes to beer ads, he’s found religion. So long as he can exploit it for political gain, that is. Because he actually announced while co-hosting “Fox & Friends” this week, without challenge, that a Samuel Adams beer ad that referenced the Declaration of Independence without mentioning “endowed by their Creator” was a sign that “the terrorists have won” and that the Tea Party has been “targeted.”

As co-host Clayton Morris explained, the “endowed by their Creator” phrase was omitted because the Beer Institute guidelines are to keep religion out of beer advertisements.

But rules are for other people. Substitute host Anna Kooiman sneered:

“Yeah, that’s what they say. They’re puttin’ it off on some old red tape there.”
Meanwhile, her dress was rather immodestly hiked up to the top of her thighs.
But Watters took the cake. He said:
“When political correctness takes over the beer advertising industry, the terrorists have won. I mean, this is absolutely outrageous. …Maybe the Tea Party’s being targeted here, guys.”
Watters could not stop grinning as he delivered what was purportedly very disturbing news to him. Kooiman giggled ostentatiously as she lifted one of her near-naked legs so that it was displayed a little more prominently. All in the name of piety.
Morris said he loves the company but has some issues:
“It’s weird to think that the beer code ethics guideline, whatever bogus organization that is, has more authority than our Declaration of Independence. If the beer code comes calling and says, ‘Hey, by the way, you put God in your advertising, we’re not having it.’ Why don’t you pull out the Declaration of Independence and say ‘I got this document here, does this trump yours?’”
Yes, if only the beer company had talked about killing the president or punching an Obama supporter or suggesting we overthrow the government, they could have been saluted as real patriots on Fox News.
I don’t know about you, but I’m going to make a point of buying Samuel Adams beer next time and I’m going to consider it an act of defiance against these anti-American, hate-mongering propagandists.
Here’s the video:
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