Media Matters has a new piece up comparing the El Paso killer’s manifesto to Fox News, and Pod Bro and former Obama senior adviser Dan Pfeiffer is only too happy to spread it around. Along with some extra inflammatory rhetoric thrown in for good measure:
If you work for Fox News, advertise on Fox News, or support Fox News in any way, you are enabling the spread of White Nationalism in America and probably making a pretty penny doing so. https://t.co/v5pTrNIlDz
— Dan Pfeiffer (@danpfeiffer) August 5, 2019
First of all, a reminder:
It was @cnn that gave Spencer a platform, not Fox News.
— RustBelt_Nobody (@BGWhite42) August 5, 2019
And secondly, Dan Pfeiffer is pretty blatantly trying to fan the flames of hatred against Fox News. How is that acceptable? If someone targets FNC employees or viewers for violence, should we hold Dan personally responsible?
Oh look, another leftist spreading hateful rhetoric. I'm shocked.
— BoberHonk (@BoberFett) August 5, 2019
Another violence inciting tweet by a leftist on twitter. Weird.
— Pete Kidder ? (@PeteKidder) August 5, 2019
Thanks for inciting violence against the press.
— Atlas Shrugged ¯_(ツ)_/¯ (@JohnGaltOurayCo) August 5, 2019
@danpfeiffer is targeting Fox News journalists and its viewers.
— Danijela Neric (@DanijelaNeric) August 5, 2019
This is the type of rhetoric that gets people hurt, you utter hypocrite.
— Mr. Jeremy Turner? (@MrJeremyTurner) August 5, 2019
Last word to wounded warrior and Fox News contributor Johnny “Joey” Jones:
No Dan. I’m not. You, however, are instigating public hate towards me and my colleagues. Don’t worry though, if a crazy person attack’s me or my family after seeing your tweet, I’ll lawfully defend us as best I can, and won’t blame you or your irresponsible use of this website. https://t.co/QMeBZgAV9w
— Johnny (Joey) Jones (@Johnny_Joey) August 5, 2019