Greta Van Susteren is firing back at Jon Stewart after the late-night host blasted Fox News over the network's Benghazi coverage.
Stewart, as he often does, poked fun at the network on Monday's night Daily Show, pointing to its continuing Benghazi coverage while wondering aloud where that kind of outrage was during the Bush administration. The late-night host offered his own list of intelligence failures that occurred under the Bush administration, including the ultimately disproven claims of weapons of mass destruction in Iraq.
"I commend you for finally getting in touch with your inner outrage," Stewart said. "Because if I remember correctly, in the previous decade it was an emotion you did not seem comfortable addressing or expressing."
Van Susteren took to her blog on Tuesday to address Stewart's comments, writing, "Stewart's criticism of Fox News Channel is that Fox News Channel is more aggressive about President Obama and Benghazi than it ever was about President Bush and Iraq."
She continued: "Besides the obvious — that almost all the Democrats in Congress voted for the war in Iraq and other media reporting – is my simple note to Stewart: 2 wrongs don't make a right."
Stewart blasted Fox News' coverage of a leaked email that made it appear that the White House had attempted to focus blame for the September 11, 2012 attack on the American embassy in Benghazi, Libya on a crowd's reaction to an anti-Muslim video.
He repeatedly played clips of Fox News anchors slamming the "smoking gun" email, while also he also decried the Obama administration's "deplorable" decision to spin the story.
"OK, I think I see the problem," Stewart said, "You think people's failure to match your level of outrage is based on ignorance, that after nearly 100 network news stories, hundreds of cable news stories about Benghazi, 13 congressional hearings, 50 further congressional briefings and 25,000 pages of official findings concerning what happened in Benghazi, that if we all only knew about it, we would care."