Worst President Ever Jimmy Carter Says Fox Commentators have Deliberately Distorted News


Isn’t it amazing how desperate past Democrat President are to remain relevant and still get their 15 seconds of fame.

Jimmy Carter, the worst President ever, said Sunday that Fox News commentators have “deliberately distorted” the news. Big words from a President who from 1976 to 1980 distorted the office of the US Presidency. A note to Mr. Carter … go build a house and make yourself useful.

Jimmy Carter said Sunday that Fox News commentators including Glenn Beck have “deliberately distorted” the news.

Speaking on CNN’s “Reliable Sources” Sunday, the former Democratic president took aim at the cable news channel climate, often a target for President Obama as well who says he tries to avoid the cable chatter.

“The talk shows with Glenn Beck and others on Fox News, I think, have deliberately distorted the news. And it’s become highly competitive,” Carter said. “And my Republican friends say that MSNBC might be just as biased on the other side in supporting the Democratic Party, the liberal element.” 

While on CNN, Carter says that CNN suffered from being nonpartisan. Jimmy Carter appears to suffer from being delusional. It would appear that Jimmy Carter has been handed the latest liberal talking points of trying to compare Fox News to MSNBC for partisanship.

The ex-president said opinions about the two channels was “part of give and take” in politics in the United States. Carter also believes CNN has suffered from trying to remain nonpartisan in comparison to Fox and MSNBC. 

“And I think CNN, more than others, has kind of tried to play the middle to their detriment as far as viewership is concerned and profits are concerned,” Carter said. 

How late to the game is Carter? Barack Obama and his minions have already tried and failed to smear Fox News.

The Gateway Pundit reminds us that after Obama is ousted in 2012, it will be another 40 years of this hateful anti-American, anti-conservative rhetoric from another failed far left president.

With Obama heading into the 2012 elections, I doubt whether Barack Obama wants the specter of Jimmy Carter to be in the limelight and an albatross in The One’s reelection bid.

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  • Comments

    13 Responses to “Worst President Ever Jimmy Carter Says Fox Commentators have Deliberately Distorted News”

    1. nurturer69 on November 22nd, 2010 7:39 am

      This is a guy who:

      1) Forbade the secret service from ever talking to him.

      2) Showed off in front of the media cameras by carrying his own luggage, which was empty.

      3) And, when the cameras were off, ordered the secret service to carry his FULL luggage.

      Need we say more.

    2. david r on November 22nd, 2010 8:17 am

      Remember how this dunce pronounced “nuclear” as “newky-uh” ? Another liberal, quick-fix President who sucked.

    3. daveinboca on November 22nd, 2010 8:24 am

      I met him once back in ’82 and quite frankly, he was then an ex-prez and a nasty little asshole. Not a single ounce of class or perspective other than the JOOOOS are out to get him [they got him roundly in 1980, by his own dim lights.

      He is the gift that keeps on giving, a smarmy little bore whose inane chirps in the media are as predictable as a cuckoo clock and about as substantive.
      SM: I actually went to HS with a boy who dated his daughter, lol.

      Why doesn't he give examples instead of ranting like an old fool?

      [There's no fool like an old fool, said Ben Franklin]

    4. super dave on November 22nd, 2010 8:55 am


    5. bandit on November 22nd, 2010 9:53 am

      CNN couldn’t find someone who isn’t senile to trash their rival?

    6. NGBoston on November 22nd, 2010 4:31 pm

      #1. Nurturer…No ! LOL

      That is classic CARTER IN ACTION.

      I have only LUSTED IN MY HEART that he would quietly just fade away…. but, Alas- that is not good enough for the Peanut Farmer who really only wants to build homes for the poor across America.

      Think Former President Carter must be forgetting his meds, and the failed political legacy he left behind (to boot.)

    7. ayfit on November 22nd, 2010 7:14 pm

      When labeling one the worst president ever,let’s not forget WMD George!!!!!

    8. A Texas Grandfather on November 22nd, 2010 7:18 pm

      He does know how to use a hammer, but that appears to be the limit of his expertise.

    9. NGBoston on November 22nd, 2010 8:09 pm

      #7— There were and still are WMD, you Fool.

      Do I think we should have gone to war w/Iraq? Not necessarily so. But please, can you educate yourself first before making comments like that.

      Saddam Hussien really HAD to go—but did it have to be OUR job to do it? I feel you on that one, Brother.


    10. Dolf on November 24th, 2010 10:40 am


      no wmd was found, it turned out Saddam was bluffing that he had them (in order to keep the populus and Iran off his back).

      The only weapons that were found were stockpiles that the US army forgot (or more likely: were told to ignore) to secure.

      Bush CHOOSE to go after Saddam, lied to the whole world about why
      SM: Nice Monday morning QB. Everyone in the world thought Saddam had WMD, including the British, French, tec and Democrats. But I guess you knew better? Saddam was also killed because he had violated how many United Nations sanctions? Come on dude, you like the UN, admit it.


    11. Dolf on November 25th, 2010 12:02 pm

      yep everybody bought into his bluff.
      everybody. (so don’t know why your b*tching, cause we agree on this)

      I like some parts of the UN (unicef for example), but the security council is BS.

      If the US doesn’t veto, then China or Russia will.

      Don’t hope that Saddam was killed for violating sanctions…things would look very bad for the Israelie goverment…how many sanctions are they defying??
      SM: I would like to think that he was killed for his crimes against humanity and genocide. You think he was a good ruler?


    12. Dolf on November 25th, 2010 3:08 pm

      If a good ruler is a psychotic paranoid massmurderer.


      But we got a couple of those in the world..why are they still there (cause the UN is a paper tiger and we (Nato) don’t give a damn.

      Even Somalie we leave to rot (I think that adventure would have ended different if Bush and not Clinton was president).
      We can’t even prosecute those pirates

    13. notbrainwashedbyFOX on August 25th, 2011 3:44 pm

      By all means let’s just scapegoat the only president in our lifetime who had the courage to speak honestly and sincerely to the American people about our problems as a nation and what steps we should take to correct them – A president who had a plan for the future to make America independent of petrodictators and to get us on the right path towards alternative energy – A president who put the best interest of the American people before the best interest of the corporations – A president who courageously took on the MIC and all the hawks in Congress when he refused to start a war – A president who courageously took on the oil companies when he suggested we start looking for alternatives to oil – A man who led by example – A president who not only had the foresight to understand that peace in the Middle East was crucial but who actually brokered a lasting peace.

      We should all wish to have a president with Carter’s decency, backbone and vision for the future. Had we followed Carter’s leadership, we would have an entirely different country and world today.

      It makes me wonder why the MSM and people like you feel the need to get their kick in. What are you afraid of? That we might go back and listen to his speeches and realise how right he was? That we might listen to him today?
      SM: Is this supposed to be sarcasm?

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