Fox News hosts fall for Harvey internet hoax, call it a real-life “Sharknado”

Fox News hosts fall for Harvey internet hoax, call it a real-life “Sharknado”

Watters: "I saw a shark on the highway swimming in the water"

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From the August 28 edition of Fox News' The Five:

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JESSE WATTERS (CO-HOST): I've seen some amazing things out there, just looking at television over the weekend. Alligators on people's back doorsteps. I saw a shark on the highway swimming in the water.

KIMBERLY GUILFOYLE (CO-HOST): Like 'Sharknado'.

WATTERS: Like 'Sharknado'.

Related:

That Totally Fake Shark Photo Isn't From Hurricane Harvey (or Any Other Hurricane)

Previously:

Fox host defends Trump's pardon of Sheriff Arpaio because Obama commuted sentences for "Bradley Manning" and "a lot of crack dealers"

Fox's Jesse Watters: "There is no racism in football" because black athletes get to make a million dollars in NFL

Fox's Jesse Watters: "A lot of people wish President Trump was a dictator"

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