Fox Noise's main teleprompter reader and Rupert Murdock's obedient soldier, Bill O'Reilly.
He whined this week about why Republicans weren't invited to the 50th Anniversary celebration of the March for Jobs and Equality on Washington, which originally culminated with Martin Luther King's famous "I Have a Dream" speech.
"All the speakers were Democrats," he proclaimed. "That was a glaring error and does not indicate a desire for inclusion."
Why weren't they invited?
Turns out they were. And every single one of them said no.
Speaker of the House Orange John Boehner said no.
House Majority Leader Eric Cantor said no.
Pappy Bush and the Lesser Bush both declined for "health reasons."
Former governor Jeb Bush was invited to represent the family and said no.
Of course, the facts wouldn't fit the Fox agenda. And that's not what Fox's aging, angry, racist audience wants to hear anyway.
Billo, this week's Regressive Republican Jackass of the Week.
UPDATE: Bill has allegedly apologized for his incorrect assumption since this posted.