A new ad from The Lincoln Project blasts Fox News and host Tucker Carlson for spreading "lies" about the January 6 riots at the U.S. Capitol.
"We spent all day trying to locate the famous QAnon, which, in the end, we learned is not even a website," the Fox News host said on Tuesday night.
The Fox News host said his team had discovered no evidence of the conspiracy theory and accused CNN of spreading disinformation.
"CNN itself has become a disinformation network more powerful than QAnon and far more destructive," the Fox News host said.
The reactionary Fox News host has said there was no white supremacy during the violence on January 6 despite an officer saying police were beaten with Confederate flags while protecting the Capitol.
Carlson is set to host the new video podcast and a long-form documentary series beginning April.
"Not since Antony dined with Cleopatra in downtown Antioch—before they killed themselves, obviously—has a country witnessed a love story as poignant as Jill and Joe's," the Fox News host said on Tuesday.
Tucker Carlson claimed that George Floyd "almost certainly died of a drug overdose" during the Wednesday night edition of his Fox News show.
Fox News host Tucker Carlson made the claim ahead of murder-accused police officer Dereck Chauvin's trial on March 8.
"If the vaccine was so great, why were all these people lying about it?" Carlson said.
Tucker Carlson told his Fox News audience that the Robinhood trading app favored big investors and hedge funds. Just seconds prior, an ad at the network said the complete opposite.
Lindell's support of both Trump and Trump's baseless claims of widespread election fraud is well documented.
"Their new idea is this channel shouldn't be allowed," Tucker Carlson thundered on his Monday night show.
The pandemic has been politicized since it hit the U.S. last year, as pundits and politicians debate over state lockdown policies, wearing masks and even media coverage.
Last week, Ariel Pink attend the riot at the Capitol and shortly afterward was dropped by his record label, Mexican Summer.
Fox News' Tucker Carlson questioned Biden's decision to nominate Kristen Clarke by discussing statements she allegedly made as a student at Harvard University.
"Imagine that: you take part in one little insurrection to overthrow the United States government and suddenly you can't communicate, you can't fly on an airplane," Meyers said on Tuesday night.
Matze, who has positioned himself as a defender of free speech, made the claims after his website was linked to the U.S. Capitol riots.
The pair discussed the situation as being a first amendment issue, as the senator continues to face a backlash following the events of January 6.
"Maybe they're trying to divert your attention again, but divert it from what? Well, here's one guess: Tomorrow, as we told you, there are two U.S. Senate elections in Georgia," Carlson said.
Fox News anchor made fun of Washington, DC mayor honoring the country's top infectious diseases expert on his birthday, Christmas Eve.
The conservative Fox News host labeled socially aware activism a "kind of childish sideshow that plays out mostly on college campuses and public radio shows."
The Fox News prime time host also criticized the CDC's plan to rollout the COVID-19 vaccine to racial minorities.
President-elect Joe Biden has no plans to make vaccinations mandatory or implement a national lockdown.
"Censorship will not convince a single person to take the coronavirus vaccine," Tucker Carlson said Thursday.
Subscription service ButcherBox may stop advertising on Tucker Carlson's Fox News program after his comments about Dr. Jill Biden.
The Fox News anchor has taken aim at the incoming first lady again, but says "she is a lot smarter than the man she married."
"Jill Biden is not a doctor, no. Maybe in the same sense Dr. Pepper is," Carlson said on Monday night's installment of Tucker Carlson Tonight.
The Fox News anchor said the New York representative could benefit from the wealth gap that is growing due to the coronavirus pandemic.
"We need to recognize what a historic crime and disgrace this is," journalist Glenn Greenwald said of his claim that the media was directed by the U.S. intelligence community to suppress unsubstantiated allegations against President-elect Joe Biden's son.