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Fox News Lives Different Than It’s Pundits Preach

Fox Business Senior Head Booker Passes Away From Covid

Another tragic reminder that working in the media can be a dangerous business. Fox News Channel (24/7 news cable channel is NOT the same as Fox Broadcast), opinion pundits continue to downplay virus & public safety protocols (face diapers?) even after all this death and destruction. While privately, the company is appropriately taking it all VERY seriously. Their 6th Ave. office is like a ghost town. Still the Hannity, Ingram, & Carlson posters leading such disinformation campaigns remain larger than life outside as the newsticker ticks away actual news leading one to believe this is a legit operation.

Do I believe covid hitting closer to home will change any of their anti-public-health measure propaganda? No.

This is just one reason (Exhibit A?) why I believe their repeated anti-common-sense and anti-public-safety rhetoric is not a matter of free speech. It’s a matter of criminal behavior that could be deemed manslaughter or reckless endangerment making FNC liable in a future civil court of law. Perhaps my pal who’s going through a lung transplant process can tie the chain of infection back to FNC to help with medical bills?

Stay tuned, it takes a while for these things to play out (9/11/01 dirty air is still playing out), and we’re still in the early stages, legally speaking. In the meantime, I’m so sorry for this man’s family and the millions who’ve been affected so negatively thanks to this faux news network’s hosts’ irresponsible opinions shamefully disguised as some kind of warped journalism.




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