From Special Report with Bret Baier | Thursday, September 6, 2012
On criticism of Krauthammer’s comment that the DNC knew months ago what the weather would be for Obama’s outdoor speech:
You know, the idiocy of those responses has surprised even me….
September 6 comes to Charlotte every year — every single year! There are 100 years of data on what the likelihood of the weather [on that date] is going to be. And the statistics would show how likely [are] storms or wind or rain.
The Democrats knew that, saw how benign the predictions were, and, therefore, scheduled an outdoor event [Obama's acceptance speech]. And then, with one or two days to go, they schedule it [indoors] because of a 20 percent chance of rain?
Give me a break. People who play croquet go out with a 20 percent chance of rain….
Color me skeptical on this one.