Sean Hannity

Trump propaganda is even worse than you think on Fox News these nights

Trump propaganda is even worse than you think on Fox News these nights

It is popular in some circles these days to refer to Fox News as state-run TV. That’s because of the channel’s steadfast support of President Donald Trump and the special Twitter-buddy relationship he has with some hosts like the morning crew of “Fox & Friends” or the bellicose Sean Hannity, who holds down the 9 p.m. hour on the conservative cable channel.

But as much as I have been writing about Fox since the 2016 election as part of a right-wing messaging machine that Team Trump has been using its governmental powers to help expand, even I didn’t realize how dense the wall of pro-Trump propaganda had become during the prime time hours of 8 to 11 weeknights until I sat down...

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