Tuesday, September 1, 2015

Elisabeth Hasselbeck Works For One Of The Largest, Richest Hate Groups In America.

"Wallace pulled a Tim Russert go-to-the-videotape, contrasting Beck's high-toned religious rhetoric Saturday with his July 2009 statement on “Fox and Friends” that Obama harbored a "deep-seated hatred" for white people." - Politico

"FOX News Top Five Islamophobic Smears" - Right Wing Watch

"Two weeks ago, two producers working for Fox News in Amman Jordan resigned in protest of the network’s coverage. In their resignation letter, Serene Sabbagh and Jomana Karadsheh wrote 'We can no longer work with a news organization that claims to be fair and balanced when you are so far from that.' They went on to write 'Not only are you an instrument of the Bush White House, and Israeli propaganda, you are war mongers with no sense of decency, nor professionalism.'"
- Democracy Now

"Fox News Reporter Whips Up Fear And Loathing Of Homeless Black People In Dehumanizing Report" - Raw Story

"Then, fatefully, Fox News anchor E.D. Hill jauntily paraphrased 'Hezbollah-style fist jab' on air as 'terrorist fist jab.' Hill wasn't endorsing the phrase, but she failed to make clear that she was citing someone else's characterization. She apologized the next day but lost her show anyway." - Slate

"Allegations that Sen. Barack Obama was educated in a radical Muslim school known as a 'madrassa' are not accurate, according to CNN reporting...The Obama aide described Fox News' broadcasting of the Insight story 'appallingly irresponsible.'" - CNN

"A burka in a Christian town: How Fox News and right-wing media turned a lesson in tolerance into an excuse for hate" - Salon

"Using 2012 American National Election Studies data to test whether Fox News viewers have distinct racial attitudes, it can be demonstrated that, indeed, these viewers are more likely to reject the reality of structural racism and to endorse negative stereotypes of Black people." - Salon

"Putting aside its top-down class warfare, segment after segment is meant to scare its white audience into believing that African Americans, or Muslims, are out to get them." - The New Republic

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