This is how corrupt Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton is spending his time when he's not busy trying to destroy what's left of our democracy in America.
Texas AG Ken Paxton discusses his lawsuit against the city of Austin over coronavirus restrictions at restaurants and bars while hospitals are pushed to the brink in his state.
Another Fox regular whining about lockdowns, and pretending that any relief given in the middle of a pandemic is going to turn Americans into a bunch of lazy moochers.
MSNBC's Chris Hayes tore into Rupert Murdoch and his minions at Fox and the NY Post for their dangerous lies during the pandemic, and rightfully called Murdoch "one of the most destructive people on the planet."
MSNBC's Chris Hayes gives Rupert Murdoch, Fox "news" and the New York Post the treatment they deserve for the damage they've done to America and the dangerous lies they've spread about the coronavirus pandemic and now the vaccine.
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Trump's favorite science-denying doctor goes on Putin's favorite channel to sing his anti-lockdown song.
Trump campaign adviser Mercedes Schlapp tells Fox & Friends that Trump is now going to have compassion for those who have had coronavirus now that he's had it before immediately attacking lockdowns and the Biden campaign.
Fox's Pete Hegseth did his best to lay the blame for creating uncertainty for businesses on governors and the need for lockdowns across the country, rather than Dear Leader for allowing the coronavirus pandemic to get out of control in the first place.
While reporting on the latest jobs numbers, and trying to paint 10.2% unemployment as good news, the hosts of Fox & Friends blame governors and the need for coronavirus lockdowns for uncertainty for businesses, not the fact that the pandemic was allowed to rage out of control in the first place.
Tucker Carlson accuses the CNN of spreading panic over the pandemic, and then lies about whether the lockdowns have helped to slow the spread of coronavirus.
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