Adam Housley of Fox News does not suffer fools gladly. So The Cable Gamer is not surprised that he wasn’t about to put up with a Media Matters attack headlined:
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Dylan Davies is a Benghazi witness used by 60 Minutes whose credibility was called into so much question that the program retracted its story. So the minute Housley aired his latest Benghazi scoop, Media Matters rushed to tar him with the Davies brush, even putting his picture at the top of their “analysis.”
But Adam Housley can give as good as he gets:
This is classic Adam and will come as no surprise to anyone who has followed his career. He stands out because he stands up, as when he pushed back on hateful attacks over his marriage:
“The fact that in this day and age, we get attacked for our interracial relationship is beyond sad…it is pathetic,” Housley tells TVNewser. “Yes I am white. Yes she is half black. Marrying a white man does not erase her color and marrying a woman who is half black does not mean I am blinded. The problem isn’t pigmentation…the problem is backwards, bigoted thought from people who should know better.”
And when his reporting from Venezuela was called into question by a politician sitting in a studio 2,000 miles away, Housley unloaded on him, resulting in this memorable slice of cable news history:
It’s moments like these that show reporter Adam Housley at his most passionate. He’s got spunk, and regardless of what Lou Grant says, that’s a good thing: