By Hal Brown
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It's like a segment of the population is wearing hearing aides and eye glasses that filter out everything they don't want to hear or see. Call it living in a bubble. There is a major difference between the news "bubbles" we live in. Ours has a permeable membrane. The boundary of the bubbles they are ensconced in is rigid.
I'm not even going to address the Dominion lawsuit in particular here. Fox News isn't even covering it. This is from Raw Story:
What has been revealed about the abject cynicism about how Murdoch and his minions manipulated their audience for money comes from what the lawsuit has revealed.
Those of us who follow the news on MSNBC, CNN, Raw Story, The New York Times, The Washington Post, and other media that don't lie are well aware of what Fox News is.
Just this morning on MSNBC:
Fox News viewers don't read articles like this in Politico:
Or like this from CNN Business:
You can probably count on the fingers of your hands the number of people who are regular Fox News viewers who will read these articles today:
My hunch is that FoxNew viewers think a salon is a place where cowboys used to drink and cavort with prostitutes.
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Here's another from Salon:
Do I hear silence?
Of course all of the above articles require that one have an inclination to get their news by reading and having the ability to actually read at above a sixth grade level. I totally forgot I wrote this in Daily Kos
until I did a Web search and found this blog:
Fox News is now guided not just by having popular personalities, all news networks do, but it is dependent on having hosts who hysterically promote lies.
It may be instructive to look at the actual Fox News building in New York City and see how it has changed over time so their "stars" are now featured on the exterior.
Thanks to loyal readers and new readers on my blog after readership languished between 700 and 800 a week for months it has finally broken the 1000 readers per week mark: