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Fox News Now ‘Loves’ Charles Barkley Despite Past Clashes

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Fox News praises Charles Barkley for criticizing San Francisco as a city of “homeless crooks,” aligning with the network’s narrative.

Barkley’s comments during the NBA All-Star Game sparked praise from Fox hosts who lauded his candidness and street knowledge.

“If you had the chance between being cold or being around a bunch of homeless crooks in San Francisco, which would you take?” Barkley quipped.

“You can’t even walk around down there,” Barkley said, noting that people need a “bulletproof vest” to walk in the Bay Area.

Despite Barkley’s past clashes with Fox over LGBTQ support, the network embraced his anti-San Francisco stance.

The network’s conservative hosts appreciated Barkley’s unfiltered opinions, contrasting with previous criticism over his support for LGBTQ rights.

Fox News Mark Levin previously told Barkley to “go to hell” for supporting Bud Light, noting that he “used to like this guy” but “not anymore.”

“Charles Barkley, we love him, Dana,” Jesse Watters said.

“We love him because he has no talking points,” Dana Perino said. “It’s impossible for him to just be a talking point guy. He tells it like it is.”

“He’s seen it all. And he’s a professional athlete,” Judge Jeanine Pirro said. “He knows the streets, and he knows what’s going on.”

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