With Cooper Lawrence having retracted the statements she made on Fox News' reckless Mass Effect sex "scandal," the channel has some egg to wipe from its metaphorical face, but so far has remained tight lipped and arrogantly unapologetic. EA's request for a retraction has been ignored, and it is now the turn of Hal Halpin, Entertainment Consumer Association president, to try and coax a shred of integrity from the "unbiased" network.
Writing to Live Desk producer Teri Van Horn, Halpin has very much followed in EA's footsteps, but uses the added ammunition of Lawrence's retraction to show the flimsy foundations that Fox's attack was built on:
As Fox continues to stick its fingers in its ears and scream "LALALALA," all I can do is giggle at how irrelevant Jack "please remember me" Thompson has become. Mr. Lawyer will have to step up his game if he wants to be a bigger douchebag than the Fox Network now.
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