CNN anchor John King calls out Fox News for spreading vaccine disinformation before revealing MS diagnosis.
Chris Hayes highlights the hypocrisy of Fox News hosts praising people who have protested vaccine mandates while the hosts say nothing about Fox's strict vaccine policy.
Hayes all but dared Fox News hosts to take the same stance against their own employer's vaccine mandate as they have with others.
MacFarlane compared the news side of Fox and “their imaginary fairyland,” and the entertainment side that lives with them.
“We are a big part of why those people are refugees. Helping them now isn’t charity, it’s doing the bare minimum.”
Omar accused “crazy people on the right’ of trying to spread fear about Afghan refugees inevitably coming to the U.S.
“I don’t like it when people do that because I would not want it to happen to me. But I have mixed emotions because Tucker has done this to people before.”
Hannity broke away from his fellow Fox News primetime hosts by urging his viewers to "Please take COVID seriously," and get the vaccine.
“They're just chasing after the base, they're chasing the base. They're not leading. They're not telling them things they don't want to hear.”
Though Lemon ignored the most bizarre part of Carlson’s attack, he felt compelled to address the assertion that successful Black Americans don’t experience racism.
Fox News lawyers won a defamation suit against the network by arguing that no reasonable viewer would take Carlson seriously.
"You can be cooking meth and sleeping with hookers, as long as apparently you didn’t vote for Trump," she says.
Oliver called Carlson out for sewing seeds of doubt about the vaccines despite the answers to Carlson’s questions being readily available.
Giuliani claims to have tried giving FBI agents Hunter Biden hard drives, and accused investigators of committing crimes.
In the lengthy diatribe, Carlson failed to mention the many Democrats and members of the media who have defended the officer who shot and killed Ma’Khia Bryant.
Things got contentious when a former deputy sheriff disagreed with Carlson’s opinion of the Derek Chauvin guilty verdict.
Morgan claims Markle was making stuff up in her interview with Oprah Winfrey, even going so far as to compare the duchess to former President Donald Trump.
“I don’t think that clarified much,” Carlson said following the rambling interview. “Don’t quite understand it, but we will bring you more when we find out.”
Trump admitted that while people have a right to make their own choices, he assured his supporters that the vaccine is safe, even claiming that it's "saving our country."
Carlson believes that due to her proximity to the wealth and fame of the royal family, Markle did not have the right to feel oppressed by them.
Carlson allegedly failed to include in his segment information AT&T provided him about why it opposed sanctions against a Chinese telecommunications company.
Indie-rock artist Ariel Pink, who came under fire and was dropped by his label after controversy arose over his support for Donald J. Trump, went on Fox News’ “Tucker Carlson Tonight” Thursday night to answer the host’s questions about being “stripped of his livelihood,” telling Carlson he is “destitute” as a result of cancel culture. […]
Beck also compared the treatment of Trump and other conservatives online to Japanese internment camps.
Carlson said that no one knew what Juneteenth was before last year, while at the same time attacking Mitch McConnell for his comments on George Floyd’s killers.