President Trump shared a ominous video from conservative actor Randy Quaid that declared that Fox News was ‘dead to me.’
The video prompted scorn from liberals and confusion from others due to it’s strange lighting and Quaid’s strange voice.
As The Wrap reports:
Outgoing president Donald Trump shared on Tuesday a creepy video of actor Randy Quaid, captioned, “FOX IS DEAD TO ME.” Just hours prior, he promoted a video from Fox News’ Tucker Carlson.
The clip, which featured a close-up of Quaid’s face and color-changing lighting, was also captioned, “TIME TO MAKE OAN & NEWSMAX RICH.”
In the video, Quaid recites one of Trump’s old tweets in a horror movie-esque drawl, as he’s done before: “Fox News daytime ratings have completely collapsed. Weekend daytime even worse. Very sad to watch this happen.”
He makes an unintelligible noise, then continues his recitation, saying, “They forgot what made them successful, what got them there. They forgot the golden goose. The biggest difference between the 2016 election, and 2020 was Fox News.”
TIME TO MAKE OAN & NEWSMAX RICH. FOX IS DEAD TO ME! pic.twitter.com/IhnDXCJ7a7
— Randy Quaid (@RandyRRQuaid) November 13, 2020