"Disenfranchise or Dickey's Franchise?": Price, Dickey Take Their Map Dust-Up to FOX4

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In the midst of all the chaos, clutter and claptrap that is a FOX4 news broadcast, the station found time last night to devote close to eight entire minutes to the fight amongst the Dallas County Commissioners over the redistricting map unveiled at Tuesday's meeting, which caused Maurine Dickey to explode, leaving behind only a small puddle of barbecue sauce. There's some substance there but also considerable sideshow as Dickey and John Wiley Price awkwardly go at it from separate locations while anchor-ref-hype-woman Heather Hays stokes the embers. The thoroughly enjoyable video follows.

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