Fox and Friends obtained Alvin Greene's first speech for the South Carolina Senate seat and aired their favorite clips. Needless to say, Alvin Greene did not garner himself an endorsement.

The Friends played this clip more than a few times during the course of the show and each screening was paired with an explanation of his felony charges. Throughout the length of the show, they would play less of his speech than give their own recaps of it.


The rant referred to was not aired but the Friends did air more of Greene's cringe-worthy moments.

Although the Friends have some solid points about Greene's campaign, unemployment and his felony charge, their jokes about his stand against communism (perhaps fair in a McCarthy-free era) sounded out of place among their ubiquitous cries against the evils of modern socialism.