CNN worries that this country’s problem is “free speech”

You know, we have a big problem in this country. According to CNN, it’s free speech. You see, the two clones of each other CNN and Fox News have gotten into some little sort of sissy fight. CNN claims that the problem with Fox News is the fact that this country allows free speech. Ironically, it was a segment with two old Fox News retreads Carl Cameron and host Alisyn Camerota. These two previous Fox News hacks should give you proof just how much Fox News really is just CNN Lite.

On Thursday’s CNN Newsroom, Carl Cameron and host Alisyn Camerota, both a couple of former Fox News personalities, questioned the motives of their former employer’s vaccine advocacy, while Cameron was so disgusted with Fox and conservative media’s vaccine coverage that he declared, “The problem with all of this is we have free speech and it doesn’t entirely include lying.”

Just think about that sentence. “The problem with all of this is we have free speech.”

Camerota noted that while some Fox hosts have stepped up vaccine advocacy, “Obviously not all the hosts feel that way.” After naming Tucker Carlson as one such example, she wondered if it was strictly a business decision, “Do you think in part they just did the math and realized some of the people most at risk are some of their own viewers in some of the reddest states are also the least vaccinated?”

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