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MSNBC calls out Fox News' Tucker Carlson for pretending 'zip tie guy' wasn't dangerous in the Capitol attack - RawStory.com

MSNBC calls out Fox News' Tucker Carlson for pretending 'zip tie guy' wasn't dangerous in the Capitol attack - RawStory.com | The Cult of Belial | Scoop.it

He was dressed in full body armor carrying zip ties as he climbed over the seats in the chambers of Congress. Why would someone bring zip ties to the U.S. Capitol? Was he laying cable? No. He came to arrest members of Congress. 

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‘Riddled with lies’: Analysis finds Fox News COVID-19 coverage featured misinformation 253 times in just five days – Raw Story

‘Riddled with lies’: Analysis finds Fox News COVID-19 coverage featured misinformation 253 times in just five days – Raw Story | The Cult of Belial | Scoop.it

The network, said an MMFA researcher, “downplays the threat of the virus, dismisses the recommendations of public health officials, and misrepresents the scientific consensus on the disease.” Fox News hit viewers with an “avalanche of misinformation” in its weekday coverage of the coronavirus crisis...

Ali Senecal's curator insight, October 11, 2020 8:42 PM
This article describes how an analysis found that Fox News had spread misinformation 253 in five days from July 6th to July 10th. Through this misinformation, Fox News politicized public health measures, and emphasized reopening despite public health concerns. This analysis also points out that companies such as Amazon, Kraft Heinz, Pzifer, and Verizon are leading sponsors of Fox News, helping the spread of misinformation and attempting to increase Trumps chance of being re-elected. It is interesting to look back on this now in October, and wonder just how many people still undermine the importance of following public health measures or simply believe coronavirus is a hoax because their only source of news comes from Fox and from reporters who constantly spread misinformation such as Laura Ingraham.