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Nearly all the major Sunday morning political shows dedicated their airtime to the ongoing mass protests in Egypt, save for Fox News Sunday. The network, apparently worried that Americans might forget it was Super Bowl Sunday, dedicated the entire hour of its flagship news program to host Chris Wallace yukking it up with Terry Bradshaw, Joe Buck, Roger Goodell, Lynn Swan, and other newsworthy NFL personalities. So it was not until afternoon that Virginia Attorney General Ken Cuccinelli (R) appeared on Fox News to flat-out lie about the recent right-wing attempt to smear Planned Parenthood. Cuccinelli's claim that Planned Parenthood is "happily willing to aid and abet" the "sex trafficking of minors" is utterly false; weeks before these heavily-edited videos surfaced, the organization actually contacted the FBI about the conservative pranksters who told clinic staffers they were running a child sex ring.
August 04, 2010 5:20 pm ET filed under Blog
August 04, 2010 5:13 pm ET filed under Fact Check
Virginia Attorney General Ken Cuccinelli has earned the media's attention and the Tea Party's adoration with his high-profile challenge to the Affordable Care Act and outspoken support for Arizona-style immigration laws. Cuccinelli's status as Virginia's top lawyer, however, does not mean he should be considered a credible authority on legal issues. Rather, he is a conservative true-believer, with a history of supporting far-right positions, whose political agenda and ambitions are clear. Here is a brief summation of Cuccinelli's record.