Fox News’ coverage of their Christmas tree fire points to blatant hypocrisy. John Iadarola and Abelina Sabrina break it down on The Damage Report.
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Read more here: https://slate.com/news-and-politics/2015/06/fox-and-friends-on-charleston-shooting-it-s-extraordinary-that-they-re-calling-it-a-hate-crime.html
"When news broke that a young white man had gunned down nine people in a historically black church in Charleston, South Carolina, Wednesday night, most people quickly seemed to infer that racial animus was a likely motivation for the attack, especially once authorities began referring to it as a hate crime.
Not the cast of Fox & Friends. This morning the show brought on E.W. Jackson, a black pastor and former lieutenant governor candidate in Virginia known for referring to the gay rights movement as “a cancer” and President Obama as a “radical anti-American” and “anti-Christian.” Without mentioning the possibility that the killings were racially motivated, Jackson explained that he was worried about the fact that the attack happened at a church."
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