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originally posted by: tothetenthpower
a reply to: Wookiep
I don't watch it enough. I can't stand Tucker, asks nothing but loaded questions.
I heard a fox new host say that high schoolers hated America and that teenagers should respect adults and therefore not disagree with Marco Rubio..
And the other day I was watching fox and friends for some reason and I swear they were saying things and pausing, as if waiting to see if Donald was going to tweet about it before they moved on to the next segment.
I can't stand watching any of that dribble though. There were some on CNN and Fox I enjoyed in the past, but the partisan attitude is just far too high now.
originally posted by: olaru12
So should we tell those kids that their free speech doesn't count because the Right wing disagrees with it?
Should government step in and put an end to this propaganda?
originally posted by: Woodcarver
Even if it’s not Soros himself, it is some agency taking part in Soros like support for the emotional and irrational fringe. CNN organized that spectacle they called a town hall meeting. CNN fed those kids with talking points. Most of us are not willing to allow emotional kids to dictate our political direction? Is it fair to use these kids as emotionally loaded puppets? Is it fair to use these kids against those who would prefer to be able to protect themselves or others? For the most part, they are not even 18. They have no experience outside of their parents protection.
And then to throw in the failure of the local and federal authorities. All while they are yelling about “guns are the problem” and “new laws will fix everything.”
It is a circus with a light show and surround sound. An all encompassing opinion manufacturing machine.
originally posted by: Wookiep
a reply to: tothetenthpower
I'll give you Hannity. Orielly is gone so he's no longer a factor. But really, Fox seems to have mellowed since the election. They even went after Trump during the GOP elections and largely sided with never-Trumpers. That is...until Trump won the nomination.
Aside from that, at least they do have some clearly liberal hosts. The only one I care to watch is Tucker. He's constantly bringing in liberal guests and debates them with common sense from what I've seen.