Fox contributor: Biden comments on GOP's “semi-fascism” were “more hateful than the worst thing that Donald Trump ever said”

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Citation From the August 29, 2022, edition of Fox News' Outnumbered

KAYLEIGH MCENANY (CO-HOST): Mollie, that is the head of the Democrat National Committee on a Sunday show saying we have a consistent message of hatred as our message. 

MOLLIE HEMINGWAY (SENIOR EDITOR, THE FEDERALIST): There is an accuracy to that, as well. I actually agree with him in part that Joe Biden has been consistent. He's always had this underlying part of his personality that is basically just a jerk. He fights with people, he yells at them, we remember how he said that Republicans wanted to keep Black people in chains when Mitt Romney was running for office. And the more that he experiences some of his own decline with his mental faculties, the more that just jerkiness comes out. This is more hateful than the worst thing that Donald Trump ever said, and it's being said about tens of millions of Republicans. He's trying to walk it back and say it's only about Trump supporters, but that's another word for saying Republicans. Republicans support their previous presidents, including the most recent president, and this is just incredibly dangerous, dangerous rhetoric that nobody who purports to lead a country should be saying against half the country. 

MCENANY: I think you are totally right about that consistent message of hatred. We saw it with, you know, if you are not vaccinated, you will pay, and the unvaccinated have a right to be angry at the vaccinated, or vice versa. The segregationist comments he made about Republicans, analogizing them to names.