Fox News Suspends Contributors for Using Profanities to Criticize Obama

Two Fox News contributors were dangling on Monday after regulating profanities while scornful President Barack Obama’s Oval Office address.

Retired Lt. Col. Ralph Peters, a Fox Business analyst, seemed on Fox’s Varney and Co. to speak about a debate about terrorism that Obama gave on Sunday in a Oval Office.

“Look, Mr. President, we’re not fearful — we’re angry, we’re pissed off, we’re furious!” late Lt. Col. Ralph Peters pronounced on a show. “We wish we to react, we wish we to do something. You’re afraid. we mean, this man is such a sum p—y, it’s stunning.”

Host Stuart Varney admonished Peters for regulating “language like that” on his module shortly after Peters was finished talking. His impertinence was not bleeped out in a broadcast.

When Varney asked Peters to apologize, Peters pronounced he was contemptible for “giving in” to his annoy though added, “My choice of difference was incorrect, though my sentiment, we think, is common by many.”

Meanwhile, Outnumbered writer Stacey Dash pronounced Obama doesn’t “give a shit” about terrorism. Her abuse word was beeped out on a air.

“Earlier today, Fox contributors Lt. Col. Ralph Peters and Stacey Dash done comments on opposite programs that were totally inapt and unsuitable for a air,” Bill Shine, comparison executive clamp boss of programming for Fox News and Fox Business, pronounced in a matter to The Hollywood Reporter. “Fox Business Network and Fox News Channel do not acquit a use of such language, and have dangling both Peters and Dash for dual weeks.”