Fox News host Jesse Watters claimed without proof that more Black people are supporting Trump out of a love for mugshots, pushing the latest racist narrative on the conservative cable network.
Fox contributor Nicole Parker falsely claimed a side door to the Covenant School in Nashville was unlocked during Monday's school shooting and blamed that instead of guns.
Parents of students at Missouri's Holt High School are mad about an assignment that asks which political party is most likely to deny racism was involved in an incident where an unarmed Black man is shot by cops. The answer, of course, is Republicans, but my thing is—why are they mad at the obvious truth?
American civil rights leader Reverend Al Sharpton has a resume suited for a legend. The Baptist minister from Brownsville has rattled so many republican cages, he has made it to the list of conservative's most hated political figures.
During a Fox News appearance, Ben Carson said, "I personally think we should seriously give thought to not testing people who are asymptomatic," or else, "We're going to have massive numbers of people who test positive" for COVID-19.
Kyle Rittenhouse has been making the right-wing rounds ever since he was acquitted of murder by appearing on Fox News, meeting with Donald Trump and appearing on right-wing podcasts to complain about LeBron James mocking his fake tears. Now he has a new official Twitter account.
After becoming a U.S. Citizen on Monday, NBA player Enes Kanter Freedom told Tucker Carlson that Americans "should just keep their mouth shut and stop criticizing the greatest nation in the world and they should focus on their freedoms and their human rights and democracy.”
In an interview set to air on Fox News, Kyle Rittenhouse made an appearance on Fox News and told Tucker Carlson: “I’m not a racist person. I support the BLM movement, I support peacefully demonstrating.”
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