Fox Business host Lou Dobbs took issue with the zombies in an Ohio nativity scene because he said it mocked Christianity instead of Islam.
Jasen Dixon, the manager of a local haunted house, riled up officials in the Sycamore Township second year in a row this month with his zombie nativity scene. Officials have said that he could be fined up to $500 a day if he refuses to take it down.
“This is appalling,” Dobbs complained on Thursday’s show. “The creator of this obscenity, Jasen Dixon, insists that the display in his front yard is not anti-Christian. It would be interesting to see if he had the guts to be anti-Muslim.”
Dobbs later told his panel that the nativity scene was “insensitive.”
“And I think if you’re going to mock a religion, I’m thinking they should have chosen the Islamic religion,” the Fox Business host opined. “Wouldn’t that have been, somewhat, a display of courage?”
Watch the video below from Fox Business News, broadcast Dec. 10, 2015.
‘Washington is no longer functional’: Brian Williams admits he’s sad to report that ‘our government is broken’
MSNBC anchor Brian Williams on Tuesday reported that America's federal government is broken.
"This was day 908 of the Trump Administration and while there is no joy in it, one way of summing up today is this: Our government’s broken, our politics are broken, Washington is no longer functional, and the cracks in our society are deepening," Williams reported.
"Much of this day was taken up by the discussion of racist statements by the president. Then tonight came the news that had so many people thinking back to when we were different, the death just tonight of retired Supreme Court Justice John Paul Stevens at the age of 99," he said.
Seth Meyers plays hilarious fictional Democratic debate — featuring all 20 candidates on stage at the same time
The host of NBC's "Late Night with Seth Meyers" thought his network did a good job hosting the first round of Democratic debates among 2020 hopefuls, but his "one complaint" was that there weren't enough candidates on stage.
The rules established by the Democratic National Committee required NBC to host two nights of debates, with ten candidates on the stage each night.
Meyers wanted all twenty, so he presented Late Night's version of the debates, where Meyers would pretend to moderate the debate and then splice out-of-context video of the candidates to make it appear as if they were answering his question.
Don Lemon flabbergasted by brazen lying by Republican Kris Kobach: ‘He lied to your face’
CNN anchors Don Lemon and Chris Cuomo had a heart-to-heart conversation about racism in America during the handoff between their shows on Tuesday.
"What’s going on with you? I saw you in the makeup room. Your energy is off. You seem down. Is this getting to you, what happened today? With what the president tweeted and how people are reacting?" Lemon asked his colleague.
"Is it getting to me? It hits close to home, to be honest. My grandparents were afraid of people like Trump. Ironically, they grew up very close to one another," Cuomo answered, recounting his family's story of seeking acceptance in America. "It hits close to home."