Fox’s Tucker Carlson called out the New York Times for an incredibly fake and misleading story. The headline was “ICE Detained Man Who Was Driving His Pregnant Wife to a Hospital.” The detail that the New York Times conveniently forgot to put in the headline is that the man was wanted for murder.
“The New York Times, the party’s Pravda, said as much. Even after the murder charge became public, that newspaper ran this headline: “ICE Detained Man Who Was Driving His Pregnant Wife to a Hospital.” The murder part was buried in the fifth graf after a description of the “outrage” and “growing anger toward ICE” over the administration’s “sweeping” immigration policies,” said Carlson.
“That’s what propaganda looks like. Artfully disguised lying designed to manipulate rather than inform. And you can tell by how inconsistently it is applied. For example, if you were arrested for murder on the way to your wife’s C-section, would the Times attack the cops in defense of you? Probably not. The headline would instead read “Murder suspect apprehended. Hooray!”” he said.
“The FBI raided Paul Manafort’s house on a tax charge while his wife was in the shower. A letter to his lawyer would have been enough but the feds wanted to intimidate Manafort’s family with “shock and awe.” The Times wholeheartedly applauded that,” said Carlson.
“Paul Manafort is an American citizen. Nobody thinks he’s noble. He gets no break and neither will you if you were ever accused of doing something wrong. If only you were here illegally, they would defend you,” he said.
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