During a recent interview on MSNBC’s “The 11th Hour,” guest Juliet Jeske, called for Fox News viewers to be “deprogrammed” from what she referred to as a cult-like indoctrination.
Ironically, Jeske herself is a Fox News viewer and hosts a podcast on the network.
During the interview, Jeske claimed that Fox News viewers were not receiving real news on important issues, such as climate change and Trump’s ongoing legal battles.
Host Stephanie Ruhle was similarly critical of Fox News, complaining that they did not discuss these issues enough.
The segment provides insight into the views of those within the woke bubble of MSNBC, which has a history of pushing anti-Trump hoaxes and exaggerations.
During a recent segment of “The 11th Hour,” host Stephanie Ruhle was shocked by Fox News’ coverage of President Joe Biden’s State of the Union speech and invited Juliet Jeske, a professional analyst of Fox News, to discuss the network and its viewers.
Jeske is passionate about helping Fox News viewers break free from what she perceives as the network’s “brainwashing tactics”.
During the segment, Jeske and Ruhle discussed their frustrations with Fox News, including its lack of coverage on lawsuits involving former President Donald Trump and climate change, and criticized Tucker Carlson for his views on self-defense, which they saw as a challenge to the state.
They made comparisons to a neglectful ex in their conversation about Fox News.
Someone who appears on MSNBC to accuse others of being in a ‘cult’ is pretty hilarious.
It’s worth noting that the network pushed the Russian collusion hoax for years, and suffered from Trump derangement syndrome.
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