Boom: Bret Baier Mic Drops Oliver Darcy After Twitter Attack, and It Was Awesome

When I think of “fair and balanced journalism”, I think of reporters who present both sides of the debate and allow viewers and readers to make up their own minds, rather than the media engaging in one-sided “reporting” and trying to tell their audience what to think.

This apparently is also the mindset of Fox News “Special Report” host Bret Baier, who is one of the most respected names in journalism once one ventures beyond the fetid fever swamps of CNN and MSNBC.

On Baier’s program Wednesday, he aired clips from President Trump’s 46-minute video alleging election fraud. Baier had guests and panelists give their thoughts on it afterwards.

CNN junior media hall monitor Oliver Darcy, who is about as much of on expert on journalistic integrity as Bill Clinton is on the sanctity of marital vows, took to the Twitter machine to try zinging Baier over the segment – apparently forgetting how badly things went for him the last time he tried to discredit Baier.

In his first tweet, Darcy beclowned himself by accusing Baier of a “dereliction of duty” for allegedly airing “multiple clips from Trump’s 44-minute voter fraud video without issuing any sort of fact-check on the nonsensical and wild claims Trump alleged”:

Baier, being the consummate professional he is, calmly fact-checked him while still in the middle of conducting the “Special Report” broadcast:

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But that wasn’t enough for Darcy, who struck back in a style reminiscent of a toy poodle frantically nipping at someone’s heels in a desperate plea for attention:

At that point, Baier had had enough and responded by stating that there actually was a discussion and analysis of Trump’s video on the show, which Darcy either didn’t watch all the way through or conveniently left out because narratives and what not. “It’s called balance. You should try it,” Baier advised in a mic-drop moment before moving on to more important matters:



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