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FOX, Sean Hannity, Tucker Carlson and Right Wing Political Pundits Prove they’re LAWLESS TRAITORS and SCUM OF THE EARTH who doesn’t deserve to live in the United States by disparaging the January 6 hearings which are exposing Trump & Republicans lying about the 2020 election, inciting riots, violence, an insurrection and COUP to overthrow the United States Government, overturn / steal the 2020 election and install Trump as an UN-ELECTED DICTATOR

 

Why Fox News Doesn’t Want To Air The Truth About Jan. 6

Trump has what Nixon and Joe McCarthy did not: A major news network that will run interference for the ex-president in real time. And Fox has apparently decided that the best way to shield Trump from the embarrassing truth the Jan. 6 committee will reveal in its hearings is to simply not cover them at all.”

 

On January 6, Right-Wing Media Is Living In Another Universe

Most major news networks aired last night’s 1/6 hearing in full — and then there’s right-wing media, which seems to live in an alternate universe. In spite of facts and a 10-month-long investigation, Ayman says, “a whole separate reality has been manufactured by the right.” Media Matters for America President Angelo Carusone joins Ayman to discuss.

 

‘Why Is Fox Going To Extraordinary Lengths To Hide Jan. 6 Hearing Proceedings?’

Fox News will not be airing the Jan. 6 hearings live, a move with clear political implications. “If Jan. 6 is such a nothingburger, as Republicans and propaganda outlets like Fox News would have us believe,” Democratic strategist Kurt Bardella asks Joy Reid, “then why are they going to such extraordinary lengths to hide the committee proceedings?” MSNBC legal analyst Paul Butler also joins The ReidOut with his analysis.

 

 

Top British Broadcaster REACTS to Tucker Carlson LIES about Jan 6 Hearings

 

Under Fire: Fox Pushed The ‘Big Lie,’ Censored Jan. 6 Hearing To Cater To Audience

A Fox News politics editor was fired after he accurately called states for now-President Biden during the 2020 election. Now, the former editor is a star Jan. 6 witness speaking out about how Fox misrepresented and lied about the election. MSNBC’s Ari Melber explains how the network is facing multiple billion-dollar lawsuits over its coverage of voting machines and how Fox is choosing to cater to its audience over reporting the facts.

 

PolitiFact – As America watched Jan. 6 hearing, Fox viewers heard Tucker Carlson’s alternate reality

Fox News host Tucker Carlson didn’t just ignore the first primetime House hearing dedicated to the Jan. 6, 2021, attack on the U.S. Capitol. He spent the show rehashing many of the same falsehoods about the attack he has promoted for months.

Per the above article from PolitiFact: Fox News host Tucker Carlson didn’t just ignore the first primetime House hearing dedicated to the Jan. 6, 2021, attack on the U.S. Capitol. He spent the show rehashing many of the same falsehoods about the attack he has promoted for months.

As other major TV networks carried the June 9 hearing live, Fox News stuck to its regular lineup of pro-Trump opinion hosts while delegating live coverage to the less popular Fox Business Network and streaming platform.

Carlson and fellow host Sean Hannity ran hour-long shows with no commercial breaks and featured guests who have promoted discredited theories around the day. Laura Ingraham, host of the 10 p.m. slot on Fox News, went to commercial a few times.

Carlson, perhaps the most conspicuous promoter of falsehoods downplaying the attack, previously dismissed the Capitol insurrection as a “footnote” in American history.

The hearings Fox didn’t air included revelations about its own hosts. Committee vice chair Rep. Liz Cheney, R-Wyo., highlighted texts from Hannity to White House press secretary Kayleigh McEnany on Jan. 7 calling for “no more stolen election talk.”

Aly Colón, a professor of media ethics at Washington and Lee University, said Fox News’ decision to ignore the hearing represented a “breach” in terms of informing its audience.

Carlson falsely suggested that President Joe Biden could not possibly have received millions more votes than President Barack Obama and espoused suspicion about votes counted after Election Day, arguing it justified the rioters’ anger. (Fact-check.)

He once again claimed that the attack was “not an insurrection” and downplayed the role of white supremacists. He claimed “not a single person in the crowd that day was found to be carrying a firearm,” even as court documents show several rioters had firearms and dozens more wielded knives, bats and other real and makeshift weapons. He claimed Ashli Babbitt, the woman fatally shot by police as she tried to force her way further into the Capitol, “posed no conceivable threat to anyone.” He suggested that a man named Ray Epps was proof of FBI involvement, even though Epps told House investigators he has no FBI ties and other evidence undercuts the conspiracy theories surrounding him.

Carlson misleadingly claimed that police let the rioters inside the building, focusing on one video from a day-long event that saw the rioters fight through police lines and assault about 140 officers.

Carlson’s lineup included several right-wing media personalities whose blog sites have spread false claims about the 2020 election and the Jan. 6 insurrection, such as Julie Kelly of the website American Greatness, Sean Davis of the Federalist, and Darren Beattie of Revolver News.

Beattie, a former White House speechwriter who was fired in 2018 after appearing on a panel with a white nationalist, played a starring role in “Patriot Purge,” Carlson’s three-part film that sought to recast Jan. 6, 2021, as a FBI-led false-flag attack meant to frame, trap and “purge” Trump voters in a “new war on terror.”  Beattie and Carlson issued similar warnings on Carlson’s show June 9.

“He speeds through a litany of information, questions and commentary, leaving viewers dazzled but dizzy,” Colón said. “The content matters less than the delivery. It reinforces what his viewers already believe.”

 

 

 

You Literally Can’t Believe The Facts Tucker Carlson Tells You. So Say Fox’s Lawyers

Tucker Carlson appears to be made of Teflon. Fox News’ top-rated host has been repeatedly accused of anti-immigrant and racist comments, which have cost his political opinion show many of its major advertisers. Yet Carlson endures in his prime-time slot. Carlson even attacked his own network’s chief news anchor on the air, with no real consequences.

Per the above article; “You can’t expect to literally believe the words that come out of Carlson’s mouth. And that assertion is not coming from Carlson’s critics. It’s being made by a federal judge in the Southern District of New York and by Fox News’s own lawyers. U.S. District Judge Mary Kay Vyskocil’s opinion, leaning heavily on the arguments of Fox’s lawyers: The “‘general tenor’ of the show should then inform a viewer that [Carlson] is not ‘stating actual facts’ about the topics he discusses and is instead engaging in ‘exaggeration’ and ‘non-literal commentary. “

 

 

Fox News Coverage Of Jan. 6 Hearing Was New ‘Level Of Propaganda’

“Fox News went to great lengths not just to avoid airing the hearing and to counter-program—but to do everything in their power to make sure that their viewers were shielded from the brutal truth about the violent coup that Donald Trump fomented.

 

Here’s Everything We Learned From The First January 6 Hearing

Chris Hayes breaks down what we learned from just the first night of the Jan. 6 hearings: “We on this show have been covering the insurrection and its aftermath about as closely as anyone in the media. And there were still multiple brand-new revelations last night that took us by surprise.”

 

Hannity FLAILS After Jan. 6 Texts Unveiled By Cheney

Fox News host, Sean Hannity, tries to distract people from watching the Jan. 6 committee hearing as a Hollywood Trump smear campaign. Meanwhile, during the Jan. 6 hearing Liz Cheney revealed Hannity’s text conversation with Kayleigh McEnany on Donald Trump’s election fraud claims, which was opposite to his texts to Mark Meadows.

 

Lawmaker calls out Fox’s decision not to air Jan. 6 hearings

CNN’s Jim Sciutto asks Rep. Steve Cohen (D-TN) to weigh in on Fox’s decision not to air the January 6 hearings, which committee members have teased could be focused on former President Donald Trump’s role in undermining the 2020 presidential election results.

 

Fox News repeatedly aided Trump’s efforts to undermine election results, laying the groundwork to cry foul if Trump lost, echoing debunked theories of fraud, pushing the idea that Democrats are trying to “steal” this from him, and arguing that Trump is justified in pursuing his claims of a rigged election. This pattern of coverage continued in the lead-up to the day of the riots.

No wonder FOX doesn’t want their viewers to see the J6 hearings, because FOX was partly responsible for inciting the insurrection, attempted coup to overthrow the U.S. Government and steal the 2020 election.

 

TEXTS REVEAL Sean Hannity TOOK ORDERS From Trump White House

Jesse talks about what newly public text messages reveal about the relationship between Fox New’s Sean Hannity and Donald Trump’s White House in the aftermath of Trump’s 2020 election loss to Joe Biden. In text messages between Sean Hannity and WH Chief of Staff Mark Meadows, Hannity replied with “Yes sir. On it” when ordered by Meadows on how to talk about the election.

 

Texts show Sean Hannity behaving like a member of Trump’s Whitehouse team

 

Bombshell Text Evidence Ties Trump Allies to Coup Plot

Explosive new stats evidence in the January 6th committee probe was revealed. CNN obtaining more than 2,000 leaked text messages with Trump’s Chief of Staff Mark Meadows revealing communications before the riot and in the moments after it. From Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene asking Trump to declare martial law to Donald Trump Jr. asking to “condemn” the riot to Sean Hannity taking orders from Meadows. Ari Melber reports on the new evidence and is joined by Former Solicitor General Neal Katyal who calls on Attorney General Garland to act immediately.

 

Here is Trump’s SEVEN-PART PLOT To Overthrow the Government and Stay in Power!

Jesse outlines the 7-part criminal conspiracy that was mentioned by Liz Cheney at the first public hearing of the January 6th House Select Committee investigating the insurrection against the United States. Jesse goes deep and plays clips to back the assertion that Donald Trump entered into a wide-ranging criminal conspiracy to overthrow the U.S. government and remain in power.

 

 

 

 

 

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