The FCC announced on Friday that it would back off its planned study of U.S. newsrooms in which monitors would be dispatched to gather information on how they operate. Even so, Greta Van Susteren on Friday decided to answer the questionnaire that would have been included in the study as honestly as she could.
The first question: “What is the news philosophy of the station?”
Van Susteren’s answer: “None of your business, read the Constitution.”
Question No. 2: “How much news does your station air every day?”
“Watch and figure it out yourself, I’m not doing your work for you,” she responded.
The third question from the proposed FCC study: “Who decides which stories are covered?”
Van Susteren’s familiar answer: “None of your business, read the Constitution.”
“Read the Constitution is what they should’ve done before they even did this study,” she added.
Watch the segment via Fox News to hear the TV host’s answers to the final questions:
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