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Claytoonz: Fox News needs stories to distract from Jan. 6 hearings

The first of the live televised Jan. 6 Committee hearings will air Thursday at 8 p.m. You can watch it on CNN, MSNBC, CBS, ABC, NBC, PBS, C-Span, and even Fox Business. Fox News is sticking to its regular line-up of TuckerHannityIngraham, because they can’t let their viewers make up their own minds.... Read more»

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Claytoonz: GOP needs a primetime distraction from Jan. 6 Cmte hearings

This Thursday, the January 6 Committee will have a live hearing during primetime at 8 PM. All the news networks will be carrying it except Fox News. They’re going to stick with their usual goon gaslight lineup of Tucker Carlson, Sean Hannity, and Laura Ingraham, who I’m sure will each trash the hearing they’re not allowing their viewers to witness themselves. ... Read more»

'Shut up and dribble'? Not anymore as Steve Kerr, Mercury players use their platform

The history of activism within sports is a rich one, but activist athletes were more exception than rule for many decades - now, that mentality has changed for many sports figures despite criticism that athletes should “shut up and dribble”.... Read more»

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Claytoonz: Fox News knew as anchors weighed on Trump to stop Jan. 6 riot

Here’s the thing, kids: Journalists are not supposed to be a part of the story. Journalists are supposed to tell the story. Legitimate news outlets fire journalists who make themselves a part of the story, which we saw recently when CNN fired Chris Cuomo.... Read more»

FactCheck: Texas Lt. Gov. Patrick’s false claim about unvaccinated Black people

The majority of U.S. residents who have not been vaccinated against COVID-19 are white, according to available state data and survey research - contradicting Texas Lt. Gov. Dan Patrick’s claim that, “in most states,” Black residents are “the biggest group” of unvaccinated people.... Read more»

FactCheck: Hospital payments & the COVID-19 death count

Q: Are hospitals inflating the number of COVID-19 cases and deaths so they can be paid more? A: Recent legislation pays hospitals higher Medicare rates for COVID-19 patients and treatment, but there is no evidence of fraudulent reporting.... Read more»