WATCH: Conservative Pundit Jonah Goldberg Calls Out Fox News For Lying About The Election

In the months after November’s election, a number of Fox’s personalities spread lies about the results. Now that Joe Biden has been inaugurated, the network has focused on attacking him and ignoring their previous behavior.

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The election lies, however, have not been forgotten about. The National Review’s Jonah Goldberg was a guest on Charles Kurtz’s Sunday show. The Conservative pundit threw Kurtz for a loop when he called out the network for lying about the election.

Kurtz wanted to focus on the topic of “cancel culture.” And he wanted to completely blame liberals for the phenomenon. Goldberg fired back, “I have to be honest about this. This is an American problem. There is a vast and thriving right-wing cancel culture. There’s a vast and thriving left-wing cancel culture. President Trump was a huge fan of cancelling people. He tried to have me fired from Fox and from National Review because he didn’t like what I wrote. This is a problem that we have in America of just widespread intolerance for disagreement.”

The pundit later continued, “It’s absolutely true that there are people who want to see Fox nuked from orbit,” Goldberg agreed. “I think that’s ridiculous. And at the same time, it should not be surprising — and you’re right to single out the news division as different. But it should not be surprising when people from the opinion division perpetuate lies about the election being stolen, who are more concerned about cancelling Liz Cheney than they are about cancelling Marjorie Taylor Greene.”

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