Die Muppets reagieren auf FOX News

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Nachdem ein offensichtlich verwirrter FOX-Moderator die Ansicht vertrat, dass die Muppets Gehirnwäsche an Kinder vollziehen, um sie zu Kapitalistenhasser zu erziehen, haben sich die Muppets bei einer Pressekonferenz dazu geäußert:


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  1. Flusskiesel

    Und auf dem Tisch steht ein Zoom H2! ;-)

  2. xVx

    “That’s gonna be all over the internet.” ;)

  3. Ürgs

    Das beste sind echt die Kommentare von den Tea Party Hardlinern…

    U.a: “a population of borderline retards produced by a liberal education system, a liberal health socialist system, a liberal society of come-what-may and ultra-individualist culture with no sense of community life. yep, that is your liberal land that is now ruining the country.”

    Mwahaha. Die glauben das wirklich, die Fox verblendeten Retards. ;) Ich hoffe wirklich, dass dieses Video bald die Paarmillionenmarke knackt.

  4. Deadpool

    > Ich hoffe wirklich, dass dieses Video bald die Paarmillionenmarke knackt.

    Ist bereits passiert.

  5. Fluffy Bunny

    Nächster Schritt: Fox News klagt gegen Kermit und Miss Piggy wegen Verleumdung. (Nicht gegen Disney oder die Puppeteers…)

  6. Felix G.

    >Fox News
    >Glaubwürdig
    such dir eins aus.

  7. Bootie

    @5:

    tja, das wird 100%ig nicht passieren, denn in den USA gibt es so etwas wie meinungsfreiheit und diese wird tatsächlich geschützt.

  8. Patrick Zorn

    @bootie, in den USA weiß man doch nie :-P

    Gutes Interview, ich warte ja immernoch auf Beaker…was der wohl zu sagen hätte ^^

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