• MSNBC's Joy Reid Accuses Fox News of Wanting ‘To Kill Their Own Viewers'

    3 days ago - By The Wrap

    MSNBC's Joy Reid said Monday night she believes Fox News might want “to kill their own viewers.”
    In conversation with CBS late-night host Stephen Colbert, she said, “It doesn't make sense to me why the folks at that particular network - which I think we all know who we mean - would want to kill their own viewers. Their viewers are older. Their viewers are more susceptible to COVID and I don't understand what the point is of killing them.”
    Reid was discussing what she sees as anti-vaccine messaging from some of Fox News' hosts, who she says she'd “put any money on” being vaccinated...
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  • Sean Hannity Mocked for Imploring Viewers to ‘Take Covid Seriously' - Between Anti-Vax Segments

    Sean Hannity Mocked for Imploring Viewers to ‘Take Covid Seriously' - Between Anti-Vax Segments

    3 days ago - By Mediaite

    The Twitterverse had quite a few things to say about Fox News' Sean Hannity endorsing vaccines and advising people to “take Covid seriously.”
    During his Monday night show, Hannity delivered a monologue at one point where he said “enough people have died” from the coronavirus, and his viewers ought to talk to their doctors and learn about how best to safeguard against the pandemic. Hannity's comments came after several of his fellow Fox hosts urged people to get vaccinated, though Tucker Carlson - who has been pushing anti-vax talking points for months - did not .
    “Take it seriously,”...
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  • MSNBC's Dr. Vin Gupta: Fox News Might Be Culpable for ‘Killing People' From Covid Misinformation

    3 days ago - By Mediaite

    Is Fox News misinformation on Covid-19 vaccinations killing people? That was the clear suggestion made by MSNBC Medical Contributor Dr. Vin Gupta, the Affiliate Assistant Professor of Health Metrics Sciences at the Institute for Health Metrics and Evaluation
    In a Tuesday morning appearance on Morning Jo e, Dr. Gupta opened his appearance by calling for calm and noting that there is far more good news about Covid-related deaths and hospitalizations now than at any other time. He also suggested that the nation's public health and medical experts focus less on masks and
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