You never know what you will find when you start cleaning out a house. Sometimes people find treasures worth millions of dollars, and other times they find things that are treasures in a different sort of way.
Tully Borland was helping upgrade the television in his grandmother’s house. That meant that he and his father had to remove her old television, which dated back to the times when a television was bulky and heavy.
While moving the television, Borland and his father came across something incredible burned into the television — the Fox News logo!
“This television is legendary. It literally had the Fox News emblem emblazoned into the lower right hand corner of the screen so that a shadow of ‘FOX’ appeared no matter what channel was being watched. Grandma is my kind of woman!” he wrote on Facebook.
Now, that is an incredible find! It’s unlikely that something like this could happen with modern television, but thanks to the construction of old television sets, it is possible that the Fox News logo could be burned onto the TV if the channel was watched enough.
It some ways, the TV is a perfect analogy for what Fox News does anyway. Just like the display on this the television, Fox News dominates all other news networks on the air.
Fox consistently has better ratings than other cable news channels, thanks in part to its quality lineup of news anchors like Bret Baier and Shepard Smith and political commentators like Sean Hannity and Bill O’Reilly, who provide the best possible coverage on the most important issues of the day.
While Fox News certainly isn’t without controversy, it is arguably the best news channel out there, thanks to its “fair and balanced” coverage of the news. While right-leaning in nature, Fox News always includes opinions from the other side of the aisle so its viewers are better informed on the various issues of the day.
Fox News covered the 2016 presidential race commendably well, and there is little doubt they will give President-elect Donald Trump fair coverage throughout the next four years, even if the rest of the news networks won’t.
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