Three glaring problems with this argument: The Constitution has no Article 28, has no Section 144, and does not contain the language quoted.
COMMENT: True facts. The United States Constitution has only SEVEN articles. While small in number, all seven are decidedly badass.
RELEVANT FOLLOW UP COMMENT. I believe Fox News was trying to cite article 28, section 144 of the United States Code which does addresses procedure for addressing bias or prejudice in district judges.
EVEN MORE RELEVANT FOLLOW UP COMMENT. NO WHERE IN THAT SECTION DOES THE QUOTE ABOVE APPEAR. NO TEXT IN THAT IN THAT SECTION COULD BE POSSIBLY BE CONSTRUED AS OFFERING SUCH BROAD GROUNDS FOR JUDICIAL RECUSAL.
BECAUSE-I-HAVE-TO-DO-THE-WORK-FOR-YOU-COMMENT. What Fox News is looking for is United States Code 28 § 455. For the record, if Fox news is suddently so interested in judicial ethics, they might want to look at subsection (5)(iii) of that VERY SAME TEXT which offers another equally valid ground for recusal:
He or his spouse, or a person within the third degree of relationship to either of them, or the spouse of such a person … Is known by the judge to have an interest that could be substantially affected by the outcome of the proceeding;
Who could that remind me of?