Chuck Schumer Sends Letter to Rupert Murdoch Telling Fox to Stop Pushing Great Replacement Theory

The Fox News network has never been more dangerous. Many channel personalities have spent the past year and a half underestimating COVID-19 and promoting vaccine hesitancy. As a result, studies show that people who watch Fox News are more likely to die from the disease.

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This weekend, an 18-year-old shooter obsessed with the Great Alternative Theory murdered several people of color. The Great Alternative Theory is frequently promoted by Tucker Carlson. On Tuesday, Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer sent a letter to Fox asking them to stop amplifying the theory.

The New York Senator wrote:

These white nationalist, far-right conspiracy theorists believe that an accomplice or collaborator is waging a conspiracy designed to undermine political and cultural power. culture of white Americans. For many years, these types of beliefs have existed on the margins of American life. However, this malicious theory, which has no basis in fact, has made its way into the mainstream thanks in large part to the dangerous levels of amplification by your network and its anchors. “

Noting a study revealing that Fox viewers are more likely to believe in conspiracy theories, Schumer continued, “This wouldn’t be surprising if these themes had played a central role in the show. your network in recent years.”

Schumer concluded his letter, “For this purpose, I implore you to immediately cease all dissemination of white nationalist, far-right conspiracy theories on your network.”


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