30 January 2012 1921 Views

Fox News Attacked At The UK Muppets Premiere, And It Isn’t By Anonymous

by Zach Oldenburg

Step aside Anonymous, because The Muppets have Fox News in their crosshair.

In a press conference for the London premiere of The Muppets, one corespondent asked for comment on Fox News‘s accusation that the film pushes a ‘dangerous liberal agenda’ on children. Uh-oh.

Hit the jump to see what the frog and his friends had to say about the matter.

At that tail end of the last year, Follow The Money host Eric Bolling accused The Muppets of being ‘anti-corporate’ and having a ‘liberal agenda’ that consists of ‘brainwashing America’s children’. While promoting the London release of the film, Kermit the Frog and his radiant wife were asked to comment on the matter, and this is their response:

The Muppets hit Blu-Ray (green-ray?) and DVD on March 20th.



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