Faux News faux pax: Noah’s Ark compared to missing plane

Idiots on that network, honestly…

Fox News host Bill Hemmer explains missing plane: ‘It took 2,000 years to find Noah’s Ark’ | The Raw Story.

Fox News host Bill Hemmer on Wednesday suggested that Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 may never be found because “it took us 2,000 years to find Noah’s Ark.”

Former FAA spokesperson Scott Brenner told Fox News on Tuesday that the pilots of the missing flight had intentions of taking the plane in a different direction before they last spoke to air traffic control.

In his Wednesday coverage of the new details, Hemmer pointed out to aviation attorney Salvatore Lagonia that the plane could have ended up in Pakistan or the Indian Ocean.

Claims that Noah’s Ark was found in Turkey have been repeatedly debunked by scientists like Lorence Gene Collins from California State University Northridge’s Department of Geological Sciences and Andrew Snelling of Creation Ministries International.

The discovery of Noah’s Ark is a hoax. In fact, Hemmer could have just looked that story up on FOX’s own website. Sorry, but you are SUPPOSED TO BE INFORMATIVE, not MORONIC. Stupid Faux news people…

  7 comments for “Faux News faux pax: Noah’s Ark compared to missing plane

  1. March 19, 2014 at 7:04 PM

    *facepalm*

    Which time they discovered Noah’s Ark are they talking about?

  2. Pete Chapman
    March 19, 2014 at 9:38 PM

    But even if there were a Noah’s Ark to find wouldn’t it be more than 2000 years old by Biblical reckoning? I really don’t understand what sort of point Hemmer was trying to make.

  3. March 19, 2014 at 9:58 PM

    I’m thinking we shouldn’t think about that too much. He doesn’t have a point, he’s sort of squishy.

  4. busterggi
    March 19, 2014 at 10:38 PM

    If Noah Stark’s parents had kept a closer eye on him …

  5. terry the censor
    March 19, 2014 at 10:46 PM

    Hemmer was born in November 1964, so like me he was a pre-teen when the film In Search of Noah’s Ark came out in early 1976. If you are a kid watching that kind of thing, you are still young enough to believe that all grownups know what they’re talking about and adults wouldn’t delude themselves. And you still imagine that crazy claims couldn’t possibly make it to mainstream movies or TV.

    Seems to me I watched a lot of that junk in the ’70s without the supervision of an adult.

  6. Chris Howard
    March 20, 2014 at 8:24 AM

    Stealthish movie plug, pure and simple.

    He probably looked into the camera, while they were at commercial, and said “May I please have my money now, Paramount?”

    That movie already had 8.5 stars on IMDB. Considering it hasn’t come out yet I’m wondering how that rating is even valid?

  7. March 20, 2014 at 11:14 PM

    I remember that In search of movie, and the PBS special about 20 years ago where they “found” the dang thing again, course it was stone now. Yes, our parents let us watch it because like Santa Claus it was harmless make believe. So Fox says it’s like Noah’s hogwash while CNN blames Black Holes and then corrects itself because if it was a black hole it would have “swallowed our whole Universe”. MSNBC just blamed Bush of course.

    Banner years for news ain’t it boys?

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