FOX "News" is now well known for making "mistakes," in their on-screen graphics and commentary (or reporting, as they like to call it), that curiously support their right-wing agenda. Things like calling prominent Republicans caught in scandals Democrats. Or using incorrect video that makes it look like right-wing events are better attended than they really are.
Recently, after having been caught at this sort of behavior several times in a short time frame, FOX issued a "zero tolerance" policy, and assured the public that such mistakes would be met with swift employee terminations. Now that they've made yet another "mistake" of this nature, it would seem that "zero tolerance" might be just about as literal as "fair and balanced."
Confronted with clear falsehood, Fox News scraps its "zero tolerance" policy
On November 23, Fishbowl DC published an internal Fox News memo detailing the network's new "zero tolerance" policy for errors. Today -- barely two weeks later -- Fox News attempted to explain why it wasn't going to take any action to correct the following December 4 segment in which three Fox hosts and the Fox News graphics department used a string of falsehoods to turn "59 percent" into "close to 100 percent. . ."
Read more (with video) at: Media Matters