Fox News asked people on Twitter to share what they are "over." Guess what happened next?
The folks at Fox News thought asking Twitter to celebrate the end of 2014 by posting what they're "over" was a great social media strategy. Boy were they wrong.
To launch the campaign, FOX & Friends posted this tweet of Elisabeth Hasselbeck saying, "I'm over attacks against Christianity."
So, who could be surprised when it didn't take long for these tweets to follow?
I'm over fake wars, fake fears, fake patriotism, fake stories, fake blondes, fake Christians, fake outrage and Benghazi #OverIt2014— Arlene Norton (@arlenenorton) December 31, 2014
#OverIt2014 : Over Fox News even pretending to be anything but Right Wind propaganda and over Hasselback being taken seriously.— mitch smith (@mitch2012) December 31, 2014
I am sick of Fox news lovers having the memory of a goldfish when proven wrong. #OverIt2014— Rob F (@ospunx) December 31, 2014
I'm over being so staunchly patriotic during Republican presidencies that we get "freedom fries" but mocking Obama constantly. #OverIt2014— Will Dickeson (@WillDickeson) December 31, 2014
White people who think that black people deserve to die if they challenge police to explain why they are being arrested. #OverIt2014— Adam Mordecai (@advodude) December 31, 2014
#OverIt2014 The Right pushing for less science in schools, blaming tornadoes on gays, denying that 45° in December in MI IS climate change— •ૐ_Buddhist Punk_ૐ• (@_BuddhistPunk_) December 31, 2014
#OverIt2014 Fox News being treated as a legitmate news source.— Anastas2002 (@anastas2002) December 31, 2014
I am so over "FoxNews" blatant lies and willful ignorance...#OverIt2014— MamSita (@MamSita1) December 31, 2014
Claiming to be "Christian" and presenting yourself to be anything and everything but "Christ-Like" #OverIt2014— Kimberly (@luvsmytwoboys) December 31, 2014