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Fox News host Martha MacCallum falsely claimed that President Obama failed to reassure Americans to continue movie-going after Sony’s film The Interview prompted terror threats. However, Obama had encouraged Americans to “go to the movies” hours earlier.
The Interview, a comedy that revolves around a plot to assassinate North Korean leader Kim Jong-un, has been pulled from movie theaters and will not be released by Sony after terror threats were made against the theaters it was scheduled to be played in on Christmas Day. The threat referenced the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks.
On the December 17 edition of The Kelly File, MacCallum complained that the White House has been dead silent on the threats. MacCallum recalled that after 9/11, “the message was always ‘Go on, live your life, do what you’re going to do, go to the movies, go shopping’”:
But hours before The Kelly File aired, Obama said these very words in an ABC News interview: “My recommendation would be that people go to the movies.”
MUIR: Do you consider this a legitimate threat, and how concerned are you?
OBAMA: Well, the cyber attack is very serious. We’re investigating it. We’re taking it seriously. You know, we’ll be vigilant. If we see something that we think is serious and credible, then we’ll alert the public. But for now, my recommendation would be that people go to the movies.
Before The Kelly Show aired, CNN also reported on President Obama’s advice:
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Last night on his Fox News show, Bill O’Reilly celebrated having “won the war” on Christmas. He continued the victory lap on NBC’s Late Night, telling host Seth Meyers, “it’s over, we won. Anybody can say Merry Christmas if they want to.”
But if the War on Christmas is over, someone forgot to tell O’Reilly’s colleagues at Fox Nation, who are warning readers this morning of the supposedly ongoing “War on Christmas”:
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North Korea is accusing the U.S. government of having direct involvement in the production of The Interview. Kim Jong-un’s regime also made what appeared to be threats against the White House and Pentagon.
In a statement published Sunday on state-run news site Korean Central News Agency (KCNA), North Korea’s Policy Department of the National Defence Commission described a “counteraction” plan that hints its government is capable of more than derailing “just a single movie production.”
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