West Says Carlson a Vector of ‘Factitis’: The Guardian
Communication Studies Professor Richard West was in The Guardian talking about ousted FOX host Tucker Carlson and his assault on facts.
“[Carlson] ushered in this perception that whatever you think is OK, whatever you feel can be viewed as real and factual,” West told The Guardian. “And it has to be because I’m on TV reading a teleprompter. Years ago, we used to call this blogging. Now it’s called TV anchorship on Fox.”
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