Fox - A "Destructive Propaganda Machine"

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@rk9152 wrote:

She obviously erred and the error was not immediately picked up - probably do(sic) to the importance on the moment being reported on.

 

But leave it to the lightweight left all over social media overlooking the historic importance of what was happening and getting all excited over her misspoken words.

 

It's so seldom anyone on Fox tells the truth - unless reporting the weather or sports scores - that it's clearly a miracle that must be noted.


 

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She obviously erred and the error was not immediately picked up - probably do to the importance on the moment being reported on.

 

But leave it to the lightweight left all over social media overlooking the historic importance of what was happening and getting all excited over her misspoken words.

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But Huntsman did speak absolutely truthfully.

 

At first I thought that was part of their new format:

 

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@gordyfl wrote:

Fox & Friends Host Calls Trump a ‘Dictator’


Fox & Friends host Abby Huntsman talked about the Singapore Summit:

 

“This is history. We are living — regardless of what happens in that meeting between the two dictators — what we are seeing right now, this is history.”


Neither Huntsman nor Scaramucci acknowledged the mistake, though the Mooch quickly confirmed that Trump was a “disruptive risk taker” — and Huntsman later apologized, explaining that “on live TV, you don’t always say things perfectly.”

 

http://nymag.com/daily/intelligencer/2018/06/fox-and-friends-host-calls-trump-a-dictator.html

 


But Huntsman did speak absolutely truthfully.

 

That's the ultimate sin on Fox - to tell the truth, the whole truth, and nothing but the truth...

 

If Hannity told the absolute truth - he would probably burst into flames.

 

 

 

 

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Fox & Friends Host Calls Trump a ‘Dictator’


Fox & Friends host Abby Huntsman talked about the Singapore Summit:

 

“This is history. We are living — regardless of what happens in that meeting between the two dictators — what we are seeing right now, this is history.”


Neither Huntsman nor Scaramucci acknowledged the mistake, though the Mooch quickly confirmed that Trump was a “disruptive risk taker” — and Huntsman later apologized, explaining that “on live TV, you don’t always say things perfectly.”

 

http://nymag.com/daily/intelligencer/2018/06/fox-and-friends-host-calls-trump-a-dictator.html

 

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@rk9152 wrote:

@Centristsin2010 wrote:

@CriticalThinking wrote:

It's very clear that Trump is a pathological liar. What kind of person dedicates themselves to praising and defending a liar? I think you can answer that question yourself. 

 

Since the goal of Fox is to defend and protect Trump World, they are by definition, lying and fraudulently reporting what they laughingly call news. I would describe their fraudulent reporting as PROPAGANDA.


CeeTee, you are absolutely correct.  One tries so hard, again and again to defend trump and Fox news.

 

As has been stated, Lt Colonial Peters was a military analysist for Fox News for TEN years and most Fox viewers enjoyed his analysis and his views.  He is a Republican and say's he voted Republican most of his life.  He didn't support Hillary, but said he did vote for her because he believed trump was dangerous.....again, he voted for Hillary because he was concerned about the country under trump....that's reasonable.  Fox has always been between right and far-right, but as he said, Fox became a propaganda machine for trump and the far-right.  He also said that he believes Putin has "a grip on trump".  He also said, "Over my decade at Fox, I was long proud of the association," Peters wrote in an email that was distributed to colleagues at Fox News, and "now I am ashamed."

 

So one poster attempts to divert the facts claiming he was a Hillary supporter.

 

Ex-Fox employees have said for years that Fox isn't factual and distorts the news and has a far-right bent and is far from from, "Fair and Balance".

 

And then there are the many for employees interviewed in https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Outfoxed

 

  • Interviews with former Fox News journalists, discussing incidents where Fox News allegedly pressured journalists to slant their reports towards support for the Republican Party.[7]
  • Instances where Fox News commentators such as Bill O'Reilly intimidate guests with whom they disagree, such as author and activist Jeremy Glick.[8]
  • Studies which claim more airtime and coverage is consistently given to Republican politicians, particularly those in the George W. Bush administration, than to Democrats.[7]
  • Examination of whether Fox News' premature result-calling of the 2000 presidential election contributed to George W. Bush officially being elected.[8]
  • Scrutiny of Fox News management, including Murdoch and president Roger Ailes, both conservatives, in allegedly controlling the network's content, and editorial control from Murdoch down allegedly ensuring which stories and issues are covered and the strongly conservative perspective of such coverage.[1]

Of course we need balance in our news, but we don't need fascist propaganda to sway the ignorant in the population.  So of course those beholden to trump will attack the Lt. Colonial....just the  same old same old....not an objective bone in their body.  It's treasonous.

 


Fox leans right, the rest lean left. How anyone can see that as fascism is a mystery.  What's a mistory is why some chose to suggest Fox "lean right".  They used to ust "lean right", but no longer, just as the Fox military analyst said....they are a propaganda entity.

 

Pointing out how the Lt. Colonial (he doesn't look that old) has been strongly opposed to the President is hardly an "attack" nor "treasonous". Many disagree; many are opposed to fascism.

 

As to your "source" - would you really expect an objective view of things from something associated with George Soros. Oh, you mean a registered Republican?  LOL!  Fox is a fraud and has become far from dishones.


"FAKE 45 #illegitimate" read a sign at the Woman's March in Washington DC, January 21, 2017.
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NH said, "I don't believe that any Obama/Hillary cult members can look at CNN or MSNBC objectively just as they can't look at Fox objectively "

 

Nobody cares what he believes, he's already proven himself to be a 100% supporter of a pathological liar in the White House, plus one conspiracy theory after another promulgated by Fox. What kind of person dedicates themselves to all out support for a liar?

 

What really counts is not what a Trump Cult member believes, what counts are journalistic standards. Never try to explain that to someone who's in love with Trump, they simply won't understand it. For the rest of us, who value honesty and integrity, Fox scores close to zero in that category.

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@Panjandrom wrote:

NOTHAPPENING:  All stations have their biases and Fox, CNN, and MSNBC are the strongest biases.

 

 

CNN and MSNBC may seem biased, but they don't willfully lie to viewers or spread conspiracy theories. I hope you see that there is a difference.


I don't believe that any Obama/Hillary cult members can look at CNN or MSNBC objectively just as they can't look at Fox objectively (especially the head of the Obama/Hillary cult).

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Unbelievable PanJ! One should not expect a bona fide member of the Trump Cult to understand the difference between a bias and outright lying (propaganda). That's one of the reasons he watches Fox and dedicates himself to supporting a pathological liar and a man who insults people every day of the week. 

 

All of my life, I've despised liars and those who enable their lying.

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NOTHAPPENING:  All stations have their biases and Fox, CNN, and MSNBC are the strongest biases.

 

 

CNN and MSNBC may seem biased, but they don't willfully lie to viewers or spread conspiracy theories. I hope you see that there is a difference.

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