Greta Van Susteren to snooping FCC: Bring it on … here are my answers

GretaEven though the Federal Communications Commission backed off on a controversial study of American newsrooms, Fox News host Greta Van Susteren was still willing to answer their “snooping” questions.

The FCC acknowledged Friday that some of the questions “overstepped the bounds of what is required,” Fox News reported.

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But that didn’t stop Van Susteren from responding to each question in her unique, no-nonsense style.

“In the spirit of cooperation, I’m willing to answer each of their five specific questions they intended to ask,” she said on Friday’s show.

Question No. 1: “What is the news philosophy of the station?”

Answer: “None of your business, read the Constitution.”

Question No. 2: “How much news does your station air every day?”

Answer: “Watch and figure it out yourself, I’m not doing your work for you.”

Question No. 3: “Who decides which stories are covered?”

Answer: “None of your business, read the Constitution.”

“Read the Constitution is what they should’ve done before they even did this study,” she added.


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