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Facts & fiction

Dear Editor,
Most people don’t agree with FOX News, they just enjoy watching a fantasy program.
Why else would a judge defend a sexual harassment lawsuit against President Donald Trump by saying no reasonable person expects Tucker Carlson to report the truth. In February 2004, FOX “News” won a legal appeal that said it has no legal obligation to be truthful in it’s reporting.
FOX argued that the FCC’s policy that the intentional falsification of the news is not a legal mandate, requirement or regulation, and that FOX may falsify news reports.
Sorry about all these troublesome “facts.”
Sincerely,
Robert LaRosa, Sr.
Whitestone

Not funny

Dear Editor,
Disgraceful FOX “News” hosts Laura Ingraham and Tucker Carlson mocked the testimony of police officers during a congressional committee hearing. They shamelessly gave out awards for best performance!
These pathetic examples of human beings laughed at officers getting emotional about fearing they would be killed by rioters.
Carlson thought Officer Michael Fanone saying he’s “been left with psychological trauma and emotional anxiety” from the Capitol riots was funny. Fanone was nearly beaten to death and suffered a heart attack.
And Republicans still claim the raging mob at the Capitol was patriotic tourists who just “went a little to far.”
Sincerely,
Robert LaRosa, Sr.
Whitestone

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