Fox News is a very unserious network. Despite having the word news in their title, the network tends to run away from covering current events. The anchors essentially give commentary on a number of issues meant to enrage middle-aged white people.
So when a vaccine PSA featuring Big Bird appeared, it was easy to tell that it would be the number one issue on Fox for at least a week. On Monday, Harris Faulkner and Texas Congressman Chip Roy demanded to know who was behind the propaganda.
An irate Roy proclaimed, “I’m calling on my colleagues to stand strong and not fund a government that’s going to go do propaganda on our kids and put these unconstitutional mandates in place.”
Faulkner then jumped in:
“I am curious to know what part of the government actually got involved with a 6-foot-7 fake yellow bird telling children not to go to their pediatricians, their doctors, with their parents and work this out, but do exactly what the fake bird did. I mean, I think that’s a fair question. That’s what we have all been telling each other. Check with your doctor, see if it’s the right thing for your child.”
Watch a clip of the segment below, courtesy of the Fox News network:
.@Pfizer is pushing vaccine propaganda directly to children.See Also
I'm not going to take any money from a company that's going to engage in that kind of propaganda. Period. pic.twitter.com/T5NJBSC6ej
— Chip Roy (@chiproytx) November 8, 2021
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Todd Neikirk is a New Jersey-based politics and technology writer. His work has been featured in psfk.com, foxsports.com, and PoliticusUSA. An avid pet lover, he has been known to contribute to Pet Lifestyles Magazine. He enjoys sports, politics, technology, and spending time at the shore with his family.