If you haven’t noticed, you’ve been watching Fox News.
The network’s programming has been a fixture on the cable TV landscape for the last two decades, from the cable-TV equivalent of the World Cup, to the annual White House Correspondents Dinner, to most recently, the annual GOP convention.
And while the network has made a name for itself as a reliable source of news, it’s also become a platform for a number of liberal talking heads and journalists to peddle their views and misinformation about conservatives.
As such, the network’s presence on the news cycle has become an increasingly frequent topic of conversation among conservatives.
But is Fox News a conservative news outlet?
Is Fox News more of a source of information about conservatives than the mainstream media?
Or is Fox news more a tool for liberal media personalities to peddling their views on the topic of immigration and the border?
I wanted to explore the matter.
So, I reached out to Sean Hannity, a conservative media personality, and Fox News contributor, and asked him whether Fox News was a conservative source of the news.
Hannity responded that Fox News is indeed a conservative network, and that he is “a supporter of conservative politics.”
“Fox News is a conservative outlet,” Hannity continued.
“I support conservative politics.
It’s one of the main reasons I do what I do.
And I don’t think Fox News can be anything else.”
Hannity went on to explain that his support of conservative political causes stems from his belief that the media is a “weaponized institution.”
Hannity is no stranger to the issue of political correctness in his commentary, having previously spoken on his radio show about how the media has used his opinions to further its liberal agenda.
“When I talk to people, I always tell them that you can’t just say what you want,” Hannity said in an interview with the conservative media outlet Breitbart News.
“You have to be prepared to have a discussion about it.”
“You can’t say what’s on your mind,” Hannity added.
“It’s like having a conversation with an enemy.
And the enemy is the media.
So I’m just saying the opposite.”
Hannity explained that Fox is a news outlet that focuses on the story at hand, and not the politics surrounding it.
“Fox has a political agenda, and we have a political objective,” Hannity told Breitbart News in response to my question about Fox News’s political coverage.
“That’s the real question.”
Hannity, who has made it a mission to educate his audience on conservative politics, has taken to Twitter to make the case that Fox’s liberal bias has made the network a source for conservative news.
On November 10, for instance, Hannity tweeted that Fox was “not the enemy of conservatives,” adding, “Fox is the enemy.
It has been for the past 30 years.
They are a liberal organization that has been an instrument of liberal agendas.”
Fox News’ political bias Hannity’s statements on Fox News have drawn criticism from conservative commentators who believe that the network, which has been criticized for favoring liberal news outlets like MSNBC and CNN over conservative ones like Fox News, has been unfairly demonized by conservative commentators as a source that promotes liberal politics.
The conservative pundit and Fox contributor Pat Buchanan, who is known for his staunch defense of conservative viewpoints, tweeted that Hannity’s comments were “a blatant attack on the very people who gave Fox News its credibility.”
They lie all the time, they lie about everything.” “
They are a tool of the left that can’t tell the difference between facts and fiction.
They lie all the time, they lie about everything.”
Fox and Fox Nation Fox News has also come under fire for the network being biased in its coverage of immigration.
Earlier this year, the Washington Post published a story that described how conservative commentator Mark Levin has been “banned” from Fox News after he criticized the network over immigration policies.
“Levin’s remarks were widely condemned as offensive and hateful and had even sparked a public outcry from immigration rights groups,” the Post wrote.
Hannity’s Twitter account has also been accused of being a platform to peddles misinformation on immigration, with Hannity tweeting that his network is “not a friend of immigrants,” adding that “it is not an issue we should be debating.”
Hannity and other Fox News personalities have also been vocal in their support of the Trump administration, with the former Fox host calling for a “wall of love” to keep out people from entering the U.S. “The wall is not a policy.
It is an act of love,” Hannity tweeted in a December 2016 tweet.
Hannity has also expressed support for Trump, even after the 2016 presidential election, tweeting that Trump “has not only beaten the establishment but has taken the fight to it” during the campaign.
Hannity and Trump share a similar history of feuding, having sparred over immigration