Fox News has found itself under attack from liberals again, but this time, the network was defended vigorously by one of its own.
When challenged as to why she was the only black woman with her own show on Fox News, Harris Faulkner flipped the script by asking the same question of other major networks, including CNN.
Harris Faulkner is best known for her role on Outnumbered.
She, along with a panel of female co-hosts, bring in outside guests to debate politics, hence the name.
Recently on the program, The View co-host Sunny Costin went for the racial angle when she got the microphone to question Faulkner.
Costin stated: “You’re currently the only woman of color with her own daily show in Fox.”
“When I turn on Fox – and I do sometimes – and I see you, I feel like I’m looking at a unicorn… It’s fascinating to me,” she added.
Faulkner immediately fired back, stating “Where’s MSNBC’s? Where is CNN’s? I think HLN, and that’s new.” Take a look for yourself:
Something Else to Consider
While Costin did her best to make Fox News appear to be racist, she forgot one very important factor.
Faulkner showed great restraint in not pointing out the fact that when African Americans — especially African American women — identify themselves as conservatives, they are immediately attacked by their own community.
Look no further than the ordeal of Stacey Dash for proof of what happens to women of color that are not only conservative, but also support Trump.
With attacks against them and their families, why would any conservative African American woman want to put the spotlight on themselves today?
Costin got it all wrong…
Faulkner is not a unicorn, but rather someone that should be celebrated for having the courage to put herself on the line in the midst of this prejudicial insanity.