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  • Ferguson or any minority shot and killed by police (black or white)

    Fox news always try to blame the dead in their argument and always look at the police officer as the victim. They dig up years and try to find wrong in the dead and justify the shooting of the police by saying life or death. Sean Hannity is the biggest racist. While they support tea party rallies bring guns to their protest and throw out the 2nd and when folks protest for death of unarmed individuals by police, they say they have no voice and to shut up.

  • Fox News Concerning Selma

    Was the only station that did not cover the Selma event. I think that most of the minorities and blacks they have on a regulars act like submissive puppets for the Fox racists agenda. They are always take the side of any white person when the dispute is with a minority.

  • Fox news silent after ferguson federal investigation!

    FOX News showed themselves today but not mentioning anything about the Federal investigation that found racist emails regarding President Obama and the First Lady in addition to bias and discrimination with the Ferguson police tactics.

    I have been flipping back and forth from CNN and FOX News and FOX refuses to acknowledge this BREAKING NEWS.


    Anyone that watches FOX news is racist it has nothing to do with right wing or left wing anymore.
    Professional KKK promoters

  • Definitely Biased and Racist

    Just a bunch of white people ripping on all the other non white people. They like to stir up racial stereotypes and give whites reason to hate colored people. Many of the people on the channel are hateful and brutal people who do not have respect for cultures outside of their own.

  • Very biased and one sided.

    They only seem to post things that they know will stir up hate and or racism, they make negative posts about president Obama multiple times a day and they only seem to focus on negative things black people do and hardly ever report white crimes. They are clearly biased bigots whose agenda is only to stir up racism and confusion.

  • They ignore moral obligations

    Fox news ignores morally sounded news all the time. We have enough hatred and injustice in America from Slavery and the lynching of black folks. The Terrorist white men who bomb churches was not really covered and Katrina barely mentioned on fox news. Yet they have Carson who agrees with them in some areas. The three Muslims that were shot in the head was never mentioned on Fox TV news.

  • They ignore moral obligations

    Fox news ignores morally sounded news all the time. We have enough hatred and injustice in America from Slavery and the lynching of black folks. The Terrorist white men who bomb churches was not really covered and Katrina barely mentioned on fox news. Yet they have Carson who agrees with them in some areas. The three Muslims that were shot in the head was never mentioned on Fox TV news.

  • Have you ever even watched Fox?

    The bigotry on Fox is INCREDIBLY thick. I could write an entire anthology on this, but i'll just use a few examples:

    Bill O' Reilly once said "Say you're a cocaine dealer—and you kind of look like one a little bit." to a black guest on the show who was fully dressed in business attire. There was nothing that instigated that he was in the possession of cocaine, other than his skin color, and the fact that he was talking to Bill O' Reilly.

    Fox Boston edited the chant "Kill a Cop" into some footage of the Ferguson race riots to try to bring down public opinion of the protests. They later publicly apologized for doing so.

    Harmeen Jones, a black worker at Fox News was fired after issueing complaints of racial harassment in the work place. Jones reported officials making jokes at the expense of Women, Muslims, Jews, the LGBT+ community, Arabs, Hispanics, etc. Several black coworkers told him to "keep his head down and not say anything". After complaining to Human Resources, he was promptly fired.

    Megyn Kelly and others preach vigorously that Santa was white, even though there is evidence of Saint Nicholas being born in Turkey, which is located in Asia Minor (The Middle East). When faced with this evidence in a debate, she immediately changed the subject.

    Fox columnist Todd Starnes complained that the Miss America pageant was biased because they wouldn't crown Miss Kansas as winner. Miss Kansas wore a tattoo that said "The Serenity Prayer". Starnes said that the fact she had the religious tattoo was enough for the "liberal judges" to disqualify her because Christianity is of course an inherently American trait and the judges were obviously too liberal and un-American. While I, myself am a Roman Catholic, the fact the Starnes considers Christianity the "religion of the country" whereas America is supposedly a religiously tolerant state is baffling. Starnes also called CNN silly for pointing out the racism of the Twitter community when racist tweets started flowing after Miss New York(An Indian Woman) won. When NBC attacked his claims and said that he blamed the win on a "politically correct" group of judges, he proceeded to call their accusations "not only unfounded – they were just plain wrong."

    Fox frequently denies that racism is still present in America, while simultaneously making frequent racist "slips" on air.

    Fox also frequently allows racial minorities on air in debates in order to promote their "racially diverse" agenda. Every racial minority on these interviews has denounced Fox News, often on-air.

    Rupert Murdoch of Fox News claimed that President Obama made a "very racist comment". When asked about what this comment was, he didn't respond.

    Glenn Beck claims that Obama is a "reverse racist" with a "deep hatred for white people". Fox News defended this claim vigorously when criticism arose.

    This is only the tip of the iceberg, and this is only the racist portion of it. Fox has also showed signs of homophobia and sexism.

  • Have you ever even watched Fox?

    The bigotry on Fox is INCREDIBLY thick. I could write an entire anthology on this, but i'll just use a few examples:

    Bill O' Reilly once said "Say you're a cocaine dealer—and you kind of look like one a little bit." to a black guest on the show who was fully dressed in business attire. There was nothing that instigated that he was in the possession of cocaine, other than his skin color, and the fact that he was talking to Bill O' Reilly.

    Fox Boston edited the chant "Kill a Cop" into some footage of the Ferguson race riots to try to bring down public opinion of the protests. They later publicly apologized for doing so.

    Harmeen Jones, a black worker at Fox News was fired after issueing complaints of racial harassment in the work place. Jones reported officials making jokes at the expense of Women, Muslims, Jews, the LGBT+ community, Arabs, Hispanics, etc. Several black coworkers told him to "keep his head down and not say anything". After complaining to Human Resources, he was promptly fired.

    Megyn Kelly and others preach vigorously that Santa was white, even though there is evidence of Saint Nicholas being born in Turkey, which is located in Asia Minor (The Middle East). When faced with this evidence in a debate, she immediately changed the subject.

    Fox columnist Todd Starnes complained that the Miss America pageant was biased because they wouldn't crown Miss Kansas as winner. Miss Kansas wore a tattoo that said "The Serenity Prayer". Starnes said that the fact she had the religious tattoo was enough for the "liberal judges" to disqualify her because Christianity is of course an inherently American trait and the judges were obviously too liberal and un-American. While I, myself am a Roman Catholic, the fact the Starnes considers Christianity the "religion of the country" whereas America is supposedly a religiously tolerant state is baffling. Starnes also called CNN silly for pointing out the racism of the Twitter community when racist tweets started flowing after Miss New York(An Indian Woman) won. When NBC attacked his claims and said that he blamed the win on a "politically correct" group of judges, he proceeded to call their accusations "not only unfounded – they were just plain wrong."

    Fox frequently denies that racism is still present in America, while simultaneously making frequent racist "slips" on air.

    Fox also frequently allows racial minorities on air in debates in order to promote their "racially diverse" agenda. Every racial minority on these interviews has denounced Fox News, often on-air.

    Rupert Murdoch of Fox News claimed that President Obama made a "very racist comment". When asked about what this comment was, he didn't respond.

    Glenn Beck claims that Obama is a "reverse racist" with a "deep hatred for white people". Fox News defended this claim vigorously when criticism arose.

    This is only the tip of the iceberg, and this is only the racist portion of it. Fox has also showed signs of homophobia and sexism.

  • On A Daily Basis

    O'Reilly & the dumb blonde lawyer Megyn Kelly represent the worst, & I doubt if the can work elsewhere. His comments about eating at Sylvia's in Harlem are the worst without actually saying the N word, & Kelly comments about Jesus Christ & Santa Claus were just downright stupid. RACIST TO THE CORE!

  • Freedom of speech

    Okay, so supporting George Zimmerman is "reverse racism?" I guess bringing in black commentators is called racism now. Oh and calling Asians " more industrious and hard working" is racist now. (i'm half Asian, by the way.) blaming on Obama because he racked up the national debt 7 trillion dollars in 6 years is not racist. Taking the side of trayvon martin just because he is black or voting for Obama just because he is black is racist.

  • Only the Ignorant Think Fox is Racist

    Fox is tough on Obama because he is lousy at his job, NOT because of his skin color or his character. He's played more golf than any president in US history, ran up historic debt, and presided over the worst economic recovery since WWII. He also found more interest in filling out an NCAA Tournament bracket than doing his actual job during the Ukraine crisis. Just because Fox is the only news outlet doing their jobs as journalists and being tough on the man with the MOST IMPORTANT JOB IN THE WORLD does NOT mean they're racist.

    There is diversity amongst commentators on the network, whether ignorant folks care to acknowledge it or not. Juan Williams is a liberal African American who frequently contributes on the daily programming, and Dr. Benjamin Carson is an African American and former neurosurgeon who often serves as a consultant/contributor.

    For some reason though, when African American CONSERVATIVES are mocked and ridiculed by the mainstream media, nobody says a word. However, when an African American LIBERAL is criticized by Fox News in a non-racial manner (like judging President Obama on his poor performance), the press has a field day and absolutely condemns Fox for being "horribly inhumane racists". Always trying to make things about race, and there's a double standard that's completely ignored by the mainstream media.

    In short, Fox is simply doing their jobs as journalists in a time when nobody else seems to be doing so. As a conservative station, they feature both African American and Caucasian liberals and give them an opportunity to share their perspectives and political viewpoints.

  • Fox News is not racist

    Fox News can sometimes be an easy target of being called racist, but are they really racist?

    Take into account the Phil Robertson ordeal for instance. Phil had some borderline ridiculous statements, however, NOTHING he said was in any way hateful. What he said about homosexuality was straight from the bible. Phil also said that while he was growing up in Louisiana, he never saw the mistreatment of any blacks. He said they were always cheerful and singing something. This, as ridiculous as it sounds, is in NO WAY racist or hateful. He even said he loves everyone regardless of race or sexual orientation. Fox News supported Phil for what he said because we live in America, and we still have freedom of speech (knock on wood). I'm sure if any of it was actually racist or hateful Fox would not be supporting it and instead would condemn the statements as any other decent human would do.

  • Americans don't know real racism

    Americans think that everything is racist. The reason for this is because true, deep-seeded racism is incredibly rare in the United States. Anyone who has lived in another country outside of United States and Canada can attest to this fact. If you've lived in Europe, you've seen a type of racism that is on an entirely different level than anything that exists in America.
    However, Americans have romanticized the idea of being a crusader against the evils of racism, so they have to create racism where it does not exist. The biggest problem with this is that by fixating so intensely on issues of race in this country, Americans are actually starting to revert back to a more racist time that had already been defeated 15-20 years ago.

  • Where is the evidence?

    I like coming here once in a while to see how arguments stack up, like 'cats are liquid'. My all-time favorite. In this case I don't find this to be a debate but a rant session with the dominant energy going to the 'yes' column. That probably says more about the demographics of this site than whether FNC is racist.

    The question is more of a poll than a debate with the opportunity to share on the subject. Reading the Yes column I see a lot of hatred and ignorance with regards to political ideologies. For instance, the coment: "...Far right ideology leads to (Fascism, Naziism)," couldn't be more wrong. Ironically calling others ignorant...

    Is FNC racist? The question seems to inquire of the organizational culture rather than the entity itself and it would require some evidence of a pattern of racism to deem the organizational culture as racist. I can find thousands of accusations but no real evidence to support them. The Yes column is filled with assertions that 'everything they say' is racist but no real examples or evidence.

    Hiring Mark Fuhrman isn't proof of racism, it's merely an unsubstantiated accusation of racism by Mark Fuhrman and an assumption of guilt by association.

    The NO column doesn't have to do anything since it's impossible to prove a negative anyway.

  • Not exactly

    Fox News can't be called bluntly racist but they do seem to toe the line quite a bit. From time to time, Fox News has seemed borderline racist, though they have not yet said anything that could be labeled as outright racism. The thing about Fox is that they will support people who have made comments that could be called racist, which in turn makes them seem to be a racist network.

  • NO

    They're scarily conservative and like to appeal to the far right wing of the Republican party, but I don't know that I could call them outright racist.

    As much as everybody wants to go on and on about Fox News being racist, I would say that it's just a bunch of screaming about something that they don't understand.

    The folks at Fox News don't hate black people or Latinos or any minority group really. What they actually hate is poor people; they don't care what color you are.

  • Fox News Is TRUTH

    The truth hurts and I know that, sorry if fox news states FACTS I will never understand the liberal mindset of facts and statistics being racist, its saul alinsky all the way.

    People in America these days have no Idea of what racism is NO IDEA.
    There isn't a single segregated bathroom, no segregated businesses
    no segregated schools, O wait I can think of a few SPECIFICALLY BLACK schools If that isn't racist I don't know what is the tables have turned and you all are just too blind and dumbfounded to see it....

    NAACP, BET, BCR you show me one specifically white group,network,or college reunion please I recently looked up college scholarships,there were more minority scholarships than any other, why is this right? My family only made their way here from europe 50 years ago right after wwII I've had no special "white privilege" nor hand outs or hand ups.
    Why am I not eligible for these scholarships? Because i'm white, that's racism .

  • How can a an entity have a racial bias?

    My issue might be with how the question is posed but I think it's a ridiculous notion to think that a monolithic organization can be racist. Unless the point of the organization itself is to limit the rights of minorities or hurt them in some way (the KKK for instance) then you cannot call it racist. There might be elements within Fox News that are racist but the same can be said for any news organization. Unless you equate conservatism with racism (and some do) you cannot say Fox News is racist.

    Posted by: pdrm
  • Fox is reliable

    Wheras in cnn and other news sources you can find a scandal every other week, the worst fox has done is have a single unprofessional joke from a single commentator. Fox also happens to have some democrats on their programs (i.E. The five) when msnbc, cnn, and others have no republicans whatsoever. And just so you know, republicans don't have to be just white ( I'm Asian, director Dinesh D'souza is Indian, Herman Cain is black, etc.) Lastly, racism is still around in America, I will not deny that, but it is much better than the 60's and before, so will you please shut up about this and worry about the fact that the southern border is insecure, the Middle East is in crisis, and we have an incompetent president not taking care of any of this?


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