‘Fox & Friends’ Gets Pranked Hard By Fake Romney Supporter (VIDEO)

In an effort to actually live up to its “fair and balanced” motto, Fox News looked for a young person who supports Mitt Romney’s campaign for president to interview on the network’s morning show, Fox & Friends. In retrospect, that was a mistake.

The network found this guy, Max Rice. Max, you see, is a troll.

He started the interview by saying with a “sup?” and then mentioned how honored he was  to be speaking with “Miss USA.” He was quickly corrected by host Gretchen Carlson, who noted that she actually won the Miss America crown.

Fox probably should have just pulled the plug at that point.

Rice when on to say that he plans to vote for Mitt Romney because he lost a basketball game. He then proudly pointed out that he recently moved back home with his parents.

Rice, obviously, is a bit of a prankster and more than a bit of a troll. Just take a look at this speech he gave to his graduating class. How he got on television is a mystery at this point.

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4 Responses to ‘Fox & Friends’ Gets Pranked Hard By Fake Romney Supporter (VIDEO)

  1. Ah, imagine how proud his mom and dad were to see their “little man”, the “fruit of their loins” having grown up so well. Typical Obama voter, and you can be sure he’ll vote for Onumnuts again.

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