Appearing Sunday on “Fox News Sunday”, former Vermont governor and DNC chairman, Howard Dean blasted the right-leaning network as being “absolutely racist”. Dean told host Chris Wallace that Fox News jumped on the “racism bandwagon” in events surrounding the forced resignation of USDA employee, Shirley Sherrod. Wallace pointed out that the network did not even air the story until AFTER she resigned. But Dean is too partisan and dense to comprehend.

NATIONAL HARBOR, MD - DECEMBER 17:  Democratic National Committee Chairman, Howard Dean talks about health care reform at the Gaylord National Resort and Convention Center December 17, 2008 in National Harbor, Maryland. Dean spoke during a national conference on the science of health disparities sponsored by the National Institutes of Health (NIH).  (Photo by Mark Wilson/Getty Images)


Howard Dean has joined the chorus of the Far-Left in attacking Fox News over the Sherrod incident. Some are now even trying to claim that the speech she gave was from the 1980s. Actually, the speech was from March 27 and the story Shirley Sherrod told was from an event in her life from 24 years ago.

But that does not matter to the Far-Left Media. Never let the facts get in the way of another reason to attack Fox News, conservatives, or anybody whom disagrees with them. The recent revelations by the Daily Caller demonstrate that there is an organized effort behind the scenes to attack anyone whom stands in the way of their Socialist-Progressive agenda.

Dean played his role as attack dog when appearing on Fox News Sunday, trying to deflect the real blame from the Obama White House. After all, it was the Obama Administration that jumped the gun and forced Shirley Sherrod to resign. But that was just another right-wing conspiracy in the mind of the clueless Howard Dean.

The DNC must still be paying off some of Dean’s old bar tabs and expenses for him to keep up with the attacks. Or, maybe he is like most Liberals, just another angry man who is never satisfied, never happy. Howard Dean appeared on Fox News Sunday to carry on his battle of blaming the wrong people. I’m surprised he didn’t squeeze in a cheap shot at George Bush, too!