Thursday, March 20, 2014

FOX "News" Host Thinks Noah's Ark Real, Compares to Missing Plane

When that new Noah film comes out, I'm really curious how they manage to spackle over the huge plot holes in the actual story. One of the big ones is, why--if the ark came to a rest on Mt. Ararat--isn't there a fossil trail that leads from the mountain to the far reaches of the earth, showing that kangaroos and buffalo and elephants and penguins all got off the boat, and then scurried off to where we find them now?

But FOX "News" host Bill Hemmer believes the story. So much, that he thinks we've found the boat itself! He's a little (okay, a lot) off on the timeline, even if the unlikely story somehow happened to be based on a real event. But he's proven that Brian Kilmeade and Steve Douchey Doocey aren't the only goobers on the FOX "News" payroll.


Fox News Host: 'It Took 2,000 Years To Find Noah's Ark' So Will We Ever Find Flight 370?

Fox News host Bill Hemmer on Wednesday referenced a peculiar hoax in order to help explain just how long it might take to find the missing Malaysian Airlines jet. "So what it took us what 100 years to find the Titanic? It took us 2,000 years to find Noah’s Ark. Do we ever find flight 370?" Hemmer asked his guest, aviation attorney Salvatore Lagonia. . .

Read more at: Talking Points Memo

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