Comcast helps Fox News kill Americans with anti-vaccination propaganda by refusing to air a new ad for The Lincoln Project.
Here is the ad of the Lincoln project:
“Rupert Murdoch’s network has become the leading voice against COVID-19 vaccination in the US,” said Lincoln Project Co-founder Rick Wilson in a statement to PoliticusUSA. “At a time when the deadly Delta variant is ravaging unvaccinated communities across the country night after night, Fox News hosts like Tucker Carlson are delivering anti-vaccine propaganda. Does anyone really believe Tucker Carlson isn’t vaccinated?
Wilson continued, “The science is clear: not only are vaccines safe and effective, they also pose a significantly lower risk to your health than contracting COVID-19. Fox News has blood on its hands. “
Comcast refused to air the ad criticizing Fox News
Comcast refused to air the Lincoln Project ad because: “An ad can be disapproved if it’s just a personal attack, a direct attack on an individual company, or a comment on a private dispute. Advertisements can be accepted if the attack is on a company that is in the public forum or the topic is of public interest. “
Fox News kills Americans with misinformation about vaccines. This corresponds to the threshold of a matter of public interest.
Comcast is a major source of revenue for Fox News because of the transportation fees Comcast customers pay to Fox News.
Comcast Decides to Help Fox News Kill Americans
In not airing the ad, Comcast is an accomplice to Fox News’ marginal criminal conduct. The months of “We’re All Together” PSAs have given way to companies helping Fox News send people to the grave with propaganda and misinformation.
Every American has to go on fighting because when Fox News lies, people die.
Mr. Easley is the executive editor of the White House press pool and congressional correspondent for PoliticusUSA. Jason has a bachelor’s degree in political science. His thesis focused on public policy with a specialization in social reform movements.
Awards and professional memberships
Member of the Society of Professional Journalists and the American Political Science Association