Fox News continues to provide propagandists prime time spots, the most infamous being Sean Hannity. Fox News is responsible for fostering and instilling a deep mistrust that’s undermining and endangering U.S. institutions.
Prime time Fox News refuses to cover breaking news revelations with in depth analysis, instead they misrepresent events, obfuscate known information, and peddle debunked conspiracy theories fostering a deep mistrust that’s endangering U.S. institutions and agencies. On the day of President Trump’s personal attorney’s office raids, Sean Hannity went on Fox and disparaged Special Counsel Mueller claiming that investigators had “declared war on the President of the United States.” Sean Hannity vehemently defended Michael Cohen and disparaged Special Counsel Mueller when investigators raided Cohen’s properties, Hannity failed to mention that he was Cohen’s client. Then we found out that Sean Hannity never disclosed this fact, it was discovered at a court hearing.
Furthermore, a report has come out alleging that Sean Hannity speaks to President Trump nearly every weeknight.
Sean Hannity and Fox News have pushed incredibly deceitful portrayals of events over the course of Special Counsel Mueller’s investigation, omitting facts so that they create an alternate reality that doesn’t actually exist. For example when news broke that President Trump attempted to fire Special Counsel Mueller, Fox News host Sean Hannity deflected and changed his story several times within an hour on his show; first by claiming the report was fake news, then defended Trump by claiming that he didn’t do anything wrong omitting the fact that in doing so would be obstructing an ongoing investigation, and finally Hannity cut to a video of a car crash instead of discussing pertinent breaking news.
Fox News has been spinning and lying to protect President Trump.
Many Americans may be surprised to find that leaders across the globe laughed at their President as Fox News edited out the laughing in the clips they initially shared.
During Trump’s UN speech to the assembly, Fox News uploaded two clips that circumvented the awkward moment. In the first clip, Fox cut off Trump’s speech as soon as he finished saying that the U.S. has accomplished more than any other presidential administration.
Three minutes later, Fox posted a second excerpt for viewers, this time beginning right after the uncomfortable moment had ended. This effectively cut out the entire moment, from world leaders snickering at Trump to the entire assembly bursting out in laughter. For Fox viewers checking their Twitter timelines during the event, it was almost as if the moment had never happened at all.
The following morning Fox News attempted to spin the laughter. The U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations was on Fox & Friends, Nikki Haley claimed that world leaders were laughing in admiration and support. She claimed that world leaders respect and love how honest President Trump is.
Following the lies and spin from Fox News President Trump held a press conference where he claimed that world leaders were laughing with him and that reporters are reporting fake news. There is video evidence that world leaders were laughing at the President of the United States of America after he made outrageous statements.
He said the American economy was “booming like never before” and that his administration has accomplished more in less than two years than almost any other administration.
His boast elicited laughter from the scores of heads of state and delegates in the audience for the speech.
Trump, who has long claimed that his predecessors’ weak leadership prompted other nations “to laugh” at the US. appeared flustered and responded, “I didn’t expect that reaction, but that’s OK.”