Skip to comments.FNC's Shep Smith Slams 'Chick-fil-A Appreciation Day' As 'National Day of Intolerance'
Posted on 08/01/2012 3:06:52 PM PDT by Kaosinla
On his way out to commercial break at 3:24 p.m. Eastern, Studio B host Shep Smith noted that August 1 is "National Badminton Day," and quipped "Forget National Day of Intolerance, let's just stay with badminton."
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Why is he so afraid of outing himself? I smell hypocrisy!
Oh Shep, why don’t you just prance into another fast food place today?
Shep is queer as a three dollar bill, I’d expect nothing less from him.
Hey Shep, don’t forget to order some waffle fries,
I’m calling on Fox News to fire Shepard Smith for his totally unprofessional editorializing.
Shep is planning to participate in the Kiss-In on Friday.
One wonders why Roger Ailes kept him on Fox’s payroll after he breathlessly informed the world that there was canabalism going on in the Super Dome during Hurricane Katrina.
Great T-shirt, $15
I never pay attention to man that wears more eye-liner than I do.
“Im calling on Fox News to fire Shepard Smith for his totally unprofessional editorializing.”
and his anti religious bigotry
Right on...I suspect many FNC viewers were at Chick-fil-A today, and they are damned sick and tired of being called ‘intolerant’...maybe Shep can head over to CNN and hook up with Anderson Cooper.
Shep’s more of a back door burrito guy.
The title says it all. The next one, on the Huffington Post, is LONG and bitter, examining the plight of the gay employees who suffer constant harassment from staff and customers (really???) as they labor at their unwanted posts:
WOW Shepard, such an angry little homo. Notice he never sits down, his butt must be killing him
Looks like ‘Chick-fil-A Appreciation Day’ hurt poor little Sheppie’s intolerant feelings, so sad...NOT!
Intolerance of Christians?
why not link to the Chick-fil-a sight? They sell T-shirts there too
I haven’t been able to watch that twit since Katrina....remind me why he still has a show on Fox?
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