Tucker Carlson Accuses CNN of 'Misinformation,' Immediately Gets Proved Right by CNN
I love it when people prove your point for you. I also love it any time we get to point out what a useless potato Brian Stelter is. This post does both, including a cameo by his sidekick, both of whom are gainfully employed at CNN as journalists. We start with Tucker Carlson saying Tucker Carlson things on Tuesday night.
Tucker: Left's 'disinformation' campaign is destroying America youtu.be
We spent all day trying to locate the famous QAnon, which, in the end, we learned is not even a website. If it's out there, we could not find it. Then, we checked Marjorie Taylor Greene's Twitter feed because we have heard she traffics in disinformation, CNN told us, but nothing there. Could Vladimir Putin be putting this stuff out there? The Proud Boys? Alex Jones? Who is lying to America in ways that are certain to make us hate each other and certain to destroy our core institutions?
Well, none of the above, actually. It wasn't Marjorie Taylor Greene. It was cable news. It was politicians talking on TV, they're the ones spreading disinformation to Americans. Maybe they are from QAnon.
Three guesses what two CNN employees completely missed the point. I'll give you a hint. Their job at CNN seems to be to watch Fox News. Or if I'm being precise with my language, watch out-of-context clips of Fox News sent by partisan activists.
Tucker could've just asked his colleagues... Fox's website has a QAnon explainer... https://t.co/0RytFtI6MR https://t.co/2ekpjQGVt2
— Brian Stelter (@brianstelter) February 24, 2021
"We spent all day trying to locate the famous QAnon, which in the end we learned is not even a website. If it's out there, we could not find it" — Tucker Carlson
— Oliver Darcy (@oliverdarcy) February 24, 2021
To summarize: Tucker Carlson gives a monologue about how he feels the mainstream media are the true disinformation merchants. Twelve minutes long, including clips and colorful graphs. In that clip, he makes an OBVIOUSLY SATIRICAL POINT about QAnon. You would have to be a complete chucklehead to think Tucker was actually looking for the real QAnon. Like he's trying to find Waldo hanging out with Carmen San Diego. CNN's Oliver Darcy, it appears, is in fact a chucklehead.
Then you have the potato. Mr. "Cable Companies Need to Do Something About Conservative Media Because They're Lying Liars Who Lie." Instead of watching Tucker's entire segment for context, he goes by a thirty-second clip from Media Matters. This is what he calls journalism. And he's not the only one who blindly believes out-of-context Media Matters reports and considers it doing his own research. He's just the biggest douche.
One guy presented obvious sarcasm as a serious quote devoid of context. The other guy relied on a bitter partisan activist instead of doing his own work. Both are instances of disinformation. I wonder what Twitter will mark their tweets as.
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