So when CNN's delightful Campbell Brown interviewed Obama adviser Valerie Jarrett recently, once again, Fox News came up.

Chalkboard, meet fingernails:


CAMPBELL BROWN, CNN ANCHOR: Do you think Fox News is biased?



JARRETT: Of course they are.


BROWN: OK. Then do you also think that MSNBC is biased?

JARRETT: Well, you know what? This is the thing. I don't want to — actually, I don't want to just generalize all Fox is biased or that another station is biased.

I think what we want to do is look at it on a case-by-case basis. And when we see a pattern of distortion, we're going to be honest about that pattern of distortion.


Now, V.J. could have listed examples, but just said "of course they're biased" — a flippant thing you'd expect from a pierced Greenpeace volunteer, not a "White House adviser."

But let's focus on other crud she said:

First, she claims America doesn't have time for "distortions." But replace "distortions" with "debate" and you've got the real truth. The administration wanted to push health care reform like a hot knife through butter, but the public wised up and said "hold on there, knife; get away from my butter."

Jarrett also said Americans should be allowed to reach their own judgment, which is odd since it was the Democrats, not Fox News, crushing the conversation.

I mean, let's not forget their take on global warming: To them, that debate is over — until, of course, the public starts debating it. And then, I'm sure Val will blame Fox once again.

Finally, V.J. says the spat with Fox News is part of the White House's attempt to "speak truth to power." Listen up, listen-uppers:


JARRETT: The administration has said very clearly is that we're going to speak truth to power. When we saw all of the distortions in the course of the summer, when people were coming down to town hall meetings and putting up signs that were scaring seniors to death, when we have seen commercials go up on television that are distorting the truth, we're actually calling everybody out.

So, this isn't something that's simply directed at Fox.


I'm sorry, but in order to "speak truth to power," you can't be in power. Being in the White House doesn't make you the little guy.

Look, if they really wanted to speak truth to power, here are some powers they can speak truth to: Iran, North Korea, Russia, Soros, Oprah. But I suppose that would take real stones and, from where I stand, this isn't a White House, it's a dollhouse.

And if you disagree with me, then you're probably racist.

Greg Gutfeld hosts "Red Eye with Greg Gutfeld" weekdays at 3 a.m. ET. Send your comments to: redeye@foxnews.com