Jim Acosta of CNN said Fox News uses its own replacement theory by harming their viewers with vaccine lies, as they have a 90% vaccination rate.
– Sarah Reese Jones (@PoliticusSarah) 2 October 2021
Jim Acosta said after playing a series of Tucker Carlson vaccines:
These are all lies. The theory that tucker should real address is Fox replacement theory. Fox replacement theory. There is no way to Americans the flags on the mall and Tucker, I’m talking to you there now is no way to replace the viewers whose lives are you endangering with your lies. These lies can unfortunately catch on your viewers’ attention, but keep it up. Some of the people, not all some of them may not be more around to listen to you lies.
They want to own the libs. Even if they are not the owner the living. Here’s a concept. Do not own the libs. Owns life.
It’s October, so I thought on the termination of this segment with this meme of Halloween. I did my own research. Memes are funny. But I’d rather end with this image. This is one of the recently refurbished Fox News Offices Here Washington DC Almost all the people in it photo see it now immediately at Fox here in Washington. Wear masks. Apparently 90% of the business employees have been vaccinated. Maybe even higher than that now.
The Fox slogan used to be ours report you decide. Maybe this is our mandate, you completed. Maybe it’s your body now, your choice. Your body. Your choice. And just look at the choices what they made. I think they do not want to be replace.
Fox News keeps America sick
As Nicolle Wallace of MSNBC pointed out, Fox News only became vaccinated after Joe Biden won the election. Disseminating misinformation about vaccines and discouraging vaccinations is a deliberate Fox News strategy to sabotage President Biden by keeping the pandemic going for as long as possible.
Fox has always been part of the toxic media disease that has divided us, but as Jim Acosta noted, their cynical hypocrisy keeps viewers sick and kills people.
Easley is the managing editor. He is also a White House Press Officer and a congressional correspondent for PoliticusUSA. Jason holds a bachelor’s degree in political science. His graduate work focuses on public policy, specializing in social reform movements.
Awards and professional membership
Member of the Society of Professional Journalists and The American Political Science Association