: FoxNews’ John Gibson responds to the British version of the FCC slapping him for slapping the BBC. Background here. John says:

Twenty-four out of 60 million got mad enough to write letters and launch an investigation, and now the Brit government says I expressed opinions not buttressed by the truth.

This is not so. My opinions about this major Brit media outfit are entirely buttressed by the truth, and they know it… which is what makes them so mad.

The Guardian newspaper in Britain now says this particular “My Word” from last January was so incendiary it “shocked many in the U.K.”

I can’t imagine that’s accurate. I shocked many in the U.K.? How is that possible if they listen to and believe their major media outlet, which routinely trashes Americans, the American president, the American military and American policy?

That is what is truly shocking, and I suspect that even though 24 Brits complained, the vast majority knows that all the nasty things the major media outlet says about us cannot be true.