Seconds after Fox News Sunday concluded, Chris Wallace and Nancy Pelosi sprang from their seats and exchanged a series of vigorous high-fives.
“Look at those two,” muttered a cameraman as he watched the two do leaping chest bumps and complicated handshakes. “They’re like a couple of NBA players after a buzzer-beater.”
Wallace and Pelosi have a rich tradition of spending all Saturday night meticulously crafting their secret formula to be sure Fox News Sunday strikes the perfect tone.
“I just tell Chris to say whatever CNN’s saying!” Pelosi blurted out.
And that’s when a nearby Sean Hannity couldn’t take it anymore.
“Every single Sunday show is the same liberal drivel—why won’t you offer something different, Chris?” Hannity asked.
“Ex—ex—ex—ex—excuse me, sir if I may,” Wallace interjected. “I ask fair questions, sir. For example, when I interviewed Obama I asked him why he was so handsome. Which was a question, if you recall, he had no good answer for. I totally stumped him, Sean, and you know it.”
Critics of the Pelosi-produced Fox News Sunday show are calling the latest episode ‘another unfair liberal hack-job’. More specifically, they are objecting to Wallace using a cardboard cutout of Donald Trump and whispering, “how dare you?” to it over a dozen times.