You know how some people say that Fox News is dishonest or they purposefully distort the news to fit a conservative narrative?
Well, there's a reason these allegations are made. And that reason is...Fox News does do those things.
A couple very recent examples come from the network's coverage of the labor protests in Wisconsin.
In one case, as reported HERE Fox News runs footage of an altercation at a union solidarity rally in California (complete with palm trees in the background) at the end of an on air discussion about the possibility that protesters in Wisconsin are now infiltrated with thugs and left wing radicals bent on violence. If you've ever been to Wisconsin, you are aware that you don't see palm trees growing. But if you weren't paying attention you'd come away inaccurately thinking that, wow, there are some pretty aggressive people protesting in Wisconsin. But for Fox, that inaccuracy is "mission accomplished."
And in another situation, as reviewed HERE, Fox News reporter claims he was "punched" by a protester...except of course he was not.
Are these the worst things ever done on TV news? No. But, it gives you insight into how Fox operates, what their goal is (in my estimation it is to contextualize the news through a conservative lens to influence popular political thought in a conservative direction) and what they're willing to do.