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The Daily Fox Tracker thread is THE place to gripe about Fox News!

Fox News = Terrible


Fox News
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Disney had good reasons to not buy this crappy network.
Fox News is a television channel launched on October 7th, 1996 by Rupert Murdoch. Since then, the channel has become the most watched cable channel in the United States.
Why It Sucks
  1. It's nothing but conservative propaganda. They treat Donald Trump like he's the second coming of Christ and makes it out like if you're a Democrat (or at least oppose Republican causes), you are pure evil. If you need a good example, just look at The Ingraham Angle, Fox & Friends, Tucker Carlson Tonight, Justice with Judge Jeanine, & Hannity just to name a few. During the midterms in 2018, Sean Hannity kept insulting Democrats and used favorable wording to describe Republicans. Many Fox News hosts will go to rallies & promote Trump's causes.
  2. All of their news stories are either slander or false news. Every story they would come out of their mouths are all lies, even the stories that would become true also become lies according to Family Guy, which is a show that airs on Fox.
  3. They won't stop whining/bragging about how the media is dead because they don't believe in conservative causes.
  4. They're one of the most extreme examples of claiming that violent video games cause violence. Whenever a school shooting happens, they will bring on David Grossman, a so called "war hero", who keeps on making the same tired arguments, even denying the fact that video game sales have been going up while crime rates have been going down. Even Fox & Friends blamed video games for the Washington Navy Yard shooting which makes them look like moral guardians.
  5. In 2010, Hannity edited a clip of Obama saying "Under the tax plan passed by the last administration, taxes are scheduled to go up substantially next year, for everybody" to where it sounded like he was for raising taxes, even commenting that it's the most shocking piece of truth to come out of the Democrat's mouth.
  6. Not even politicians are willing to debate with them because of how biased they are.
  7. According to a documentary about the channel, there's a memo dictating how the news is reported. This means that the executives are forcing their ideologies on their reporters. So much for being fair and balanced!
  8. If that wasn't bad enough, according to former employees writing on indeed.com, they make you work long hours with low payments, which that would just be pure slavery behind all of that.
  9. They are very racist, maybe even worse than D.W. Griffith's The Birth of a Nation. For example: Tucker Carlson slammed civil rights leaders on Fox & Friends, calling them pimps.
  10. They push an annoying double standard. When Obama announced that he was planning on visiting Kim-Jong Un, they slammed him, calling him mindless. But when Trump met with North Korea, they treated it like Jesus was resurrected again because they only care about Republicans. Proof.
  11. They are also very sexist. Just watch this video underneath.
  12. Much similar to their liberal counterpart, CNN, they only report political news stories that benefit them and/or have nothing to do with the Republican Party, unless it makes them look good in the public eye.
  13. Many Republican candidates in any election use it as a branch to promote themselves.
  14. To further the belief that the Republican party is a flawless group of people who will save the nation, they have been known to mislabel Republicans who garner controversy as Democrats.
  15. They insulted Fred Rogers by saying he made kids "entitled" by telling them to be what they want to be. This is an example of hypocrisy, as one of the things that they state to push forward in their conservative bias is freedom of speech, this aforementioned statement basically says that we should control the futures of future generations.
 
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No, Mr. President, Fox News has not changed, not according to Erik Wemple of the Washington Post.

By Erik Wemple
Media critic with a focus on the ups and downs and downs of the cable-news industry.
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August 19 at 5:57 PM
President Trump is an expert in imagining some glorious past that doesn’t exist. That delusion, after all, is the basis of “Make America Great Again.”

The glories of some bygone era crept into Trump’s comments to reporters on Sunday in Morristown, N.J. He was asked about a Fox News poll showing bad numbers for the president. Any mention of Fox News, of course, invokes on the president’s primary expertise; he knows cable news. So he spouted off: “I’ll tell you, Fox is a lot different than it used to be, I can tell you that. Juan Williams. Then they have the wonderful woman that gave Hillary Clinton the questions,” riffed the president, referring to Donna Brazile, a former CNN commentator who was busted assisting the Clinton campaign in the 2016 cycle with debate/town hall questions. “That was a terrible thing. And all of a sudden she’s working for Fox. What’s she doing working for Fox?"

 

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Is there a point to this thread? All the OP does is state what anyone with a functioning brain already knows.
 
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Will restaurants now refuse her service because she's a Fox News Contributor? Stay tuned!

Fox News hires former White House press secretary Sarah Sanders as a contributor

Fox’s current roster of contributors includes former Republican presidential candidate Herman Cain, former Republican congressman Jason Chaffetz, former Bush White House press secretary Ari Fleischer, and former House speaker Newt Gingrich. It has previously employed former senator Scott Brown, Liz Cheney, former Ohio governor John Kasich (now at CNN), and former senator Rick Santorum (also now at CNN) in contributor roles.

The network said Sanders will make her debut as a contributor on “Fox & Friends” on Sept. 6 and would provide commentary on other Fox programs and networks, including Fox Business Network, Fox Nation and its radio division.

 

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At some point this thread will be used by someone to show just what a liberal echo chamber this forum is.

"These liberal snowflakes even have an entire thread dedicated to bashing Fox."

Never mind it was started (and kept alive) by a non liberal.
 

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At some point this thread will be used by someone to show just what a liberal echo chamber this forum is.

"These liberal snowflakes even have an entire thread dedicated to bashing Fox."

Never mind it was started (and kept alive) by a non liberal.
Anything critical of Trump will be called a liberal echo chamber.
Anything non rural has been called a liberal echo chamber.
I’ve heard New Orleans get called a liberal echo chamber because it’s a city.
 
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The National Association of Hispanic Journalists (NAHJ) is returning $16,000 in money donated by Fox.

"To accept financial support from an entity that perpetuates the spread of disinformation to the public about the Hispanic and Latino community risks the integrity and credibility of NAHJ's 35 year mission," Hugo Balta, the association's president wrote.

Balta is a senior producer at MSNBC.

 
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The National Association of Hispanic Journalists (NAHJ) is returning $16,000 in money donated by Fox.

"To accept financial support from an entity that perpetuates the spread of disinformation to the public about the Hispanic and Latino community risks the integrity and credibility of NAHJ's 35 year mission," Hugo Balta, the association's president wrote.

Balta, is a senior producer at MSNBC.

Breaking news . . . water is wet.
 

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Even Fox is about to call him crazy after this insanity.

What gives this broken crayon the idea he can order anyone to do anything. This is freaking America!

 

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