Classy: Ed Asner asks if he can urinate on Fox News producer

Classy: Ed Asner asks if he can urinate on Fox News producer

Actor Ed Asner proved to the world that liberalism is an ideology of rage and hate when he asked a Fox News producer if he could urinate on him.

The exchange took place while Asner was being interviewed about his role in a propaganda cartoon produced by the California Federation of Teachers that showed wealthy people urinating on the poor.

Newsbusters’ Noel Sheppard provided a transcript of the exchange:

UNIDENTIFIED FOX NEWS PRODUCER: Do you remember the video? Do you know what I’m talking about?

ASNER: I don’t remember a thing I said on it or a word I said on it, but I agreed to do it for California teachers. I approve this message.

UNIDENTIFIED FOX NEWS PRODUCER: Okay. I think the most controversial part the people are talking about it, there’s a part of it where talking about things trickling down and they have like rich people peeing on poor people.

ASNER: How disgusting. It should be reversed.

UNIDENTIFIED FOX NEWS PRODUCER: So you don’t remember that?

ASNER: Do you have any money?

UNIDENTIFIED FOX NEWS PRODUCER: Yeah.

ASNER: Can I piss on you?

The propaganda cartoon has since been edited to remove the offensive scene, but Asner still approves of the message that he doesn’t even remember.

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