Fox News is voted as the 8th wonder of the world

Fox News is voted as the 8th wonder of the world

New York: Fox News is the most popular TV channel in the United States and has a large share in the news market of the United States. Recently, National Geographic Channel conducted the voting of the new wonders of the world and the results are announced today on its official website.

Which are the first seven wonders of the world?

1. Taj Mahal, Agra – India
2. The Great Pyramid of Giza – Egypt
3. The Colosseum, Rome – Italy
4. Machu Picchu, Aguas Calientes – Peru
5. Chichén Itzá, Yucatan – Mexico
6. The Great Wall of China, Beijing – China
7. Petra, Ma’an – Jordan

Why Fox News voted as the 8th wonder of the world?

Fox News is always ahead in breaking news coverage and ‘making’ news across the world. Fox News in unbeatable in the United States by any of the media houses.

Fox News Achievements

Fox News has achieved many things in the past which leads channel to become eighth wonder of the world.

Fox News declared many areas of Paris as no go zones for non-Muslims. There are “no-go zones” in Paris where non-Muslims are unwelcome and sharia law holds sway.

Fox News ‘terror expert’ Steve Emerson also reported that Birmingham is a city located in the United Kingdom only welcome Muslims because Birmingham is totally a Muslim city.

Brian Kilmeade, a Fox host hit a baby boy’s face with basketball on Live TV. The video was gone viral at the time.

When Fox News ran an article on traditional marriages in the United States and then accidentally used a photo of a lesbian couple as an example in the story.

Bob Beckel, an analysit on the Fox News Channel said, “I would not have another mosque built in this country until we got it worked out who was not a terrorist.”

There are countless Fox News achievements which they have achieved in the past. For that, they have been voted as the 8th wonder of the world.

First published on May 2, 2015.

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