Fox News political editor compares people who doubt Barr's redacted Mueller report to people who watch Infowars

Fox News political editor compares people who doubt Barr's redacted Mueller report to people who watch Infowars

Chris Stirewalt: "There are crazy people and there's really not much you can do about crazy people ... but for normal people, yeah, I think they can have confidence."

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From the April 9 edition of Fox News' America's Newsroom:

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BILL HEMMER (CO-ANCHOR): What [Barr] said was the process is going very well, the timeline stands within a week, and if there are redactions, you'll have color-coded explanations that go along with the report. I think your point is well taken on that. 

SANDRA SMITH (CO-ANCHOR): So will it stand, Chris? Will they take it at that?

CHRIS STIREWALT (FOX NEWS POLITICAL EDITOR): Well, remember, there are crazy people and there's really not much you can do about crazy people, and for 10% of the electorate stuck out on either extreme, they're not going to believe anything no matter what because they heard it on Infowars. But for normal people, yeah, I think they can have confidence. 

Previously:

Sean Hannity advises Donald Trump "to exert executive privilege" to hide the Mueller report

Fox's Kilmeade suggests there's no need to release Mueller report because of previous reporting on Trump officials' wrongdoings

Fox & Friends' Steve Doocy on the Mueller report: "Why are the Republicans hiding it? They're hiding it because it's the law."

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