How Fox News Uses White Supremacist Language

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  • Published on: Wednesday, May 29, 2019
  • In a piece of opinion commentary, INSIDER's Manny Ocbazghi argues that Fox News programs have been echoing white supremacist language for some time now, specifically language tied to a conspiracy theory called “The Great Replacement.”

    The Great Replacement is a theory that says nonwhite populations around the world are maliciously marginalizing and replacing white populations. This kind of rhetoric has become a popular talking point for Fox News pundits like Tucker Carlson and Laura Ingraham, especially when they do segments that cover immigration. Watch to see just how these Fox News programs do this and the effect it could have on their millions of viewers.

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    How Fox News Uses White Supremacist Language

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