-verb

To take a nuanced, complex issue and to simplify it substantially, usually for the purpose of evoking jingoistic or simple-minded responses from Fox News viewers.
Example 1: "Sean Hannity frequently likes to foxificate the global climate change discussion by deeming climate change scientists "extremists".

Example 2: "The Fox and Friends morning crew foxificated the discussion on the budget deficit by alluding to the money spent on NPR and Planned Parenthood as significant sources of government waste, thereby fomenting anti-Obama hatred."
by Alejandro75 September 23, 2011

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