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Fox's mixed messages about vaccines are coming under scrutiny



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SOURCE: http://us.cnn.com/2021/07/21/media/fox-news-covid-19-vaccine-reliable-sources/index.html
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Why now?” Graham cited Rep. Steve Scalise’s decision to get inoculated, plus pro-vaccination pronouncements by Fox News and Newsmax. Elsewhere in the Fox orbit, host Kayleigh McEnany went out of her way to promote the “Trump vaccine;” anchor Neil Cavuto defended Dr. Anthony Fauci from far-right villainizing; and multiple anchors directed viewers to the Vaccines.gov website. The White House is trying to fix the problem of slowing Covid-19 vaccinations by engaging with an unlikely source: Fox News. A source familiar with the talks told CNN that there have been regular conversations between the White House and Fox News regarding the network’s coverage of the pandemic and the vaccines.” And since the vaccine rollout began in earnest, the default position of the network’s heavily watched prime-time shows has been to sow doubt.” That has certainly been true for both Tucker Carlson and Laura Ingraham. Personalities like Hannity and Carlson reach far more people than GOP elected officials like Mitt Romney, who said last week that “if you hear things from conservative media that suggests it’s dangerous to get a vaccine, you’re not being served well by that media.”

As said here by Brian Stelter, CNN Business