Fair and balanced?
Robert F. Kennedy Says Fox News Has Divided The Country
Robert F. Kennedy Jr told HuffPost Live host Josh Zepps in an interview Friday that he believes conservative media outlets such as Fox News are damaging the country.
Asked how he thought things have changed in the political landscape, Kennedy pointed to “big money” and “the right wing control of the American media, starting with Fox News” as hurtful to collaboration between differing political interests.
“Twenty-two percent of Americans say their primary news source is Fox News,” Kennedy told HuffPost Live. “It’s divided our country in a way that we haven’t been divided probably since the Civil War, and its empowered large corporations to get certain kinds of politicians and ideologues who are in the United State Congress elected — the Tea Party ideologues who control the Republican Party.”
Kennedy, who is the nephew of John F. Kennedy and Ted Kennedy and attorney specializing in environmental law, also spoke about the hydraulic fracturing — or fracking — and the health risks and associated costs the practice represents for the country.
It must be tough being Fox News. Half your reputation is ruined by lies the other half is ruined by the truth. However, all journalists write with bias. It’s unavoidable. One can only write from within their own perspective and frame of reference.
Even the most ardent attempts at objectivity still produce some bias. MSNBC and other networks are not exceptions to this rule.
Do you agree with Kennedy’s statements?
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