Former Fox Chief Political Reporter said law enforcement agencies must ultimately intervene to “stop lying” coming from places like Fox News and Tucker Carlson.
Carl Cameron said Carlson “has been on fire for years in a crowded cinema.”
“Sooner or later, law enforcement and the US government will have to stop lying,” Cameron said.
A former Fox News correspondent suggested on Saturday that law enforcement agencies must take action against Fox News and Tucker Carlson to “stop lying.”
Carl Cameron, a former chief political correspondent at Fox, told CNN’s Jim Acosta, especially Carlson, “has been on fire for years in a crowded cinema.”
“In fact, if you riot in a movie theater and disturb peace, police officers may arrest you, put you in jail, or even worse,” Cameron said.
“And you absolutely have to stop doing that. What about it, whether it’s an antitrust bill that eliminates falsehoods that lie and cause harm and violent and violent hatred? Should be done, “he continued.
Cameron had been referring to Carlson’s remarks about the alleged Buffalo shooter earlier this week.
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Cameron said in a report of the Buffalo shooting that Carlson stuck to the theory, adding that the US government must take action against those who disseminate and amplify false information.
“The Democratic Party has to start it,” he said. “The president will have to be stronger and sooner or later a law enforcement agency, and the US government will have to stop lying because it is causing the deaths of people.”
“It’s not just Fox, it’s social media in general,” he added. “It’s on the internet, and remember that a good deal of what we read is from non-American people, pretending to be American to make them worse. Must be kept. “
When asked for comment, a Fox News spokesperson directed insiders to various on-air comments from Carlson, where he condemned political violence.
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