Fox News Host: Maybe the Las Vegas Shooter Just “Didn’t Believe in God”

Oct 4, 2017

By Hemant Mehta

This morning, on Fox & Friends, host Ainsley Earhardt offered her theory as to the motives of the man who killed 59 and injured several hundred more in Las Vegas.

Maybe, she said, he just didn’t have enough God in his life, and that made him hate people who do.

… what’s interesting, our last guest, the forensic psychiatrist said, “When you have someone who’s young that does something like this, they do it for notoriety; when you have someone who is older, they do it for a cause.”

And maybe this guy heard that song, God Bless AmericaHis brother said he didn’t believe in God, or didn’t have a God, or didn’t have faith in his life, so maybe this is all speculation, but that possibly could be the reason, because he knows country musicians or country music fans are normally pro-God and go to church on Sundays. Maybe he has a problem with that or had a problem with that.

Then there was a long awkward pause while even her co-hosts seemed to wonder what the hell she was talking about…

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9 comments on “Fox News Host: Maybe the Las Vegas Shooter Just “Didn’t Believe in God”

  • @OP – This morning, on Fox & Friends, host Ainsley Earhardt offered her theory as to the motives of the man who killed 59 and injured several hundred more in Las Vegas.

    This faith-addled mentality on US TV, looks familiar!

    Classically, Roberson blames anyone thinking outside of his “delusional box of self-deception and faith fantasies”, for any damage to communities, while demanding “respect” for his stupidity and the stupidity of those like him!

    he knows country musicians or country music fans are normally pro-God and go to church on Sundays.

    Strangely, only last Monday evening, I was playing country music to an audience in a bar: – and regular readers might suspect, that I am NOT “pro god” or likely to go to church on Sundays!
    I was also having a chat with some of the band members, who were discussing Christopher Hitchens and Richard Dawkins between acts!

    However, I would not be surprised if someone dim enough to work for Faux News, didn’t know the difference between gospel music and country music!



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  • Rodriguez Emanuel Blatt #3
    Oct 4, 2017 at 5:05 pm

    some atheist “gospel” music as good would be something to hear

    I’d have to have a think about that!

    Part of my repertoire is spoof and send-up comic versions of songs! – Some of which I write myself! 🙂



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    maria melo says:

    Nice one this Brian Cox song, added to my favorites, I´ll show it to little ones I hope

    ( I´ve shared Noah´s gospel song with a colleague, me and her know a certain Noah, perhaps it will make her smile, this certain person called Noah used to try to make her smile, but usually made the opposite, she used to be mad at Noah).



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  • …because he knows country musicians or country music fans are normally pro-God and go to church on Sundays. Maybe he has a problem with that or had a problem with that.

    Jesus, I am sick of this vile shit, this poison! Freedom of Speech is a pain in the ass sometimes. God I wish we could ban Fox News! Sick of stupidity and bullshit.

    I need to get a grip, can’t let this stuff get to me like this. And belly-aching accomplishes nothing.

    (Rodriguez, I agree. The best thing about religion is the music it has inspired, and it is the one thing that gives me pause.)



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  • Dan #8
    Oct 5, 2017 at 12:55 am

    The best thing about religion is the music it has inspired, and it is the one thing that gives me pause.

    Of course, in many instances claiming “The Devil can’t have all the best tunes”, they have simply stolen popular songs with other messages, and substituted religious words. (Similar to the process of myself and others, creating comic spoof versions of songs!)

    https://forum.wordreference.com/threads/the-devil-has-all-the-best-tunes.996393/

    @#5 on the link – The phrase goes back to the founder of the Salvation Army, who in the 1880s decided to take tunes, that people enjoyed, and put what he considered as more suitable words to them.



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