In a piece of opinion commentary, INSIDER’s Manny Ocbazghi argues that Fox News programs have been echoing white supremacist language for some time now, specifically language tied to a conspiracy theory called “The Great Replacement.”
The Great Replacement is a theory that says nonwhite populations around the world are maliciously marginalizing and replacing white populations. This kind of rhetoric has become a popular talking point for Fox News pundits like Tucker Carlson and Laura Ingraham, especially when they do segments that cover immigration. Watch to see just how these Fox News programs do this and the effect it could have on their millions of viewers.
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How Fox News Uses White Supremacist Language
Politics can create deeply awkward Thanksgiving dinners for many American families, but for these guys, politics is actually tearing their families apart. Dave and Tim Gosar were so appalled by the public positions of their brother, Arizona Congressman Paul Gosar, that they appeared in an ad for his political opponent. Curtis Ingraham is the brother of Fox News host Laura Ingraham. He says they used to be so close they could finish each other’s sentences; now he denounces her hot takes on Twitter.
“Are you supposed to stand by your family no matter what they do? ‘Oh, hi Paul, other than demonizing immigrants and trying to take away our healthcare… how’s it going?” Dave Gosar said. “Let’s agree to disagree about taking babies from their parents at the border…Pass the turkey!”
Curtis’ sister was just parodied on Saturday Night Live. He said Kate McKinnon captured his sister’s mannerisms beautifully, but he’s unsettled by what the parody symbolizes. “Someone asked me: is that your sister or is she playing a personality?” Curtis said. “I think that is her now, that’s who she has become.”
VICE News brought the three of them together in Jackson Hole, Wyoming, before the midterm elections, to talk about what it’s like to experience a very common family drama on a national stage.
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NFL cornerback Richard Sherman stopped by Business Insider and shared his thoughts on the recent scandal with Fox News anchor Laura Ingraham saying LeBron James should “shut up and dribble” and stay out of politics. Following is a transcript of the video.
Richard Sherman: People try to box players in and I guess for their own comfort put them in a category so that they — you know, they watch LeBron James for entertainment. Not for his opinion. is what the person who told him to shut up and play basketball would say. And I would argue that sometimes the people that are telling these players to shut up and dribble the basketball are less informed than players are.
And just because you sit behind a news desk or you sit behind any desk and spew off a few facts that somebody else probably looked up for you does not make you any more qualified than anyone else to have these conversations. Especially on the impact of these protests and the social climate that everybody has to live in.
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Popular radio host Laura Ingraham gave alleged “Nazi salute” during her speech at the Republican National Convention.
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