Lou Dobbs on Fox: ‘Isn’t there a time where you have to tell a District Court judge to go to Hell?’

Nov 21, 2018  •  Post A Comment

On Monday night Lou Dobbs, the host of “Lou Dobbs Tonight” on the Fox Business Network, said, “Let’s be honest. “Isn’t there a time where you have to tell a District Court judge to go to Hell? … That was an idiotic ruling.”

So writes Jeremy Barr on the website of the Hollywood Reporter. The story explains that Dobbs was “talking about his displeasure with a legal decision made last Friday by District Court Judge Timothy J. Kelly, a Trump appointee who ruled that the White House must temporarily restore CNN reporter Jim Acosta’s suspended press pass.”

The story continues, “Harmeet K. Dhillon, a frequent Dobbs guest and corporate attorney (who serves as an RNC committeewoman from California), seemed uncomfortable with what the host suggested. ‘Your question was, “Should we tell the judge to go to Hell?” The answer is: That’s generally not a good idea,’ she said. (Dhillon declined further comment when asked if Dobbs’ comment was appropriate.)

The story then quotes Dobbs as saying, “You shouldn’t have to tell a District Court judge to ‘get back in your bailiwick.’”

To which Fox News commentator Gregg Jarrett responded “You’re absolutely right. I would tell the judge, ‘Go to Hell,’ we’re going to practice the way we want.”


  1. Lou Dobbs should be ignored. Especially by sites like this. Those of us who don’t watch him do so for a reason. He is a blowhard and doesn’t deserve any recognition by any site.

  2. I’d like to tell Lou Dobbs to Go to Hell.

    What a waste of space…a very large space.

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