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I often agree with Tucker Carlson, however, the two issues I have are his over zealousness on the topic of covid. But my complaint relates to his comments on Sept.
27/21. He has a habit of always mentioning Christianity as the main religion of the US. This night He went even further. He said that the US was based on this religion.
I am really upset as a Jew. Many Jews have given their life and devotion the US.
It seems as if he has no clue or is an anti-semite.
I would like to hear some response. Tell h
Preferred solution: Just an explanation of his real position.
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Actually more and more American’s are identifying as agnostic or atheist. And it’s not just the millennials who are mostly atheists; it’s us older folks, too who are non believers. We rely on critical thinking, materialism, and modern science as our “religion”.
DN! purports to offer breaking news.
I started waking up to its skew and myopic coverage in the 2000s. It never covers what really matters in depth. It would provide great headlines WSJ like but gloss over the details. The hour is spent on an obscure interview on maybe 3 Cups of Tea author, color revolution, but not the hard stuff like how many people died in Gaza, Syria, Iraq, or Afghan farmers.
So the in depth interview while well done would leave you wondering where the news went. And tgis is the point: its very much a controlled opposition media. The anchor is also controlling type judging from it always being the same. And the books are the same---wonderful reads but a decade too late or after the statute of limitations.
Leaves a lot to be desired. Time was when one thought she hired people but no its a pretty tight operation and they mostly hire interns, of color to seem diversified. They have just become mainstream pretty much just "different seeming." MSM focuses on names, titles, status, nunbers, data. A big numbers game thats all it is.