On Your World, Neil pointed out how little fact-checking was done by the mainstream media after Bill Clinton's address to the DNC Wednesday night.

"When [Clinton] asked about fact-checking Republicans, very few in the media started fact-checking him," Cavuto said.

"The problem isn't so much that the media picks

and chooses those it wants to examine, but who it leaves out altogether. That is proof that Bill Clinton is a big deal. No one spot checks him."

Neil went on to discuss some of the points contained in the former president's speech with Mark Levin, host of "The Mark Levin Show."

"If you look at the media - not only are they mouthpieces for big government, and mouthpieces for the welfare state - but many prominent members of the media are former Democrat staffers or former White House staffers, and this is a problem," Levin said.