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You don’t have to watch both networks 24-7 to know that CNN talks about Fox News much more than the other way around. Fox News simply doesn’t need to for reasons that should be obvious to everyone.

Fox News is competition for CNN but CNN is most definitely not competition for Fox News. The viewership numbers and ratings just don’t lie.

It is for that reason as well as political ones, of course, that are behind the struggling news channel’s continual bashing of Fox News, whether the rants come from Jim Acosta, Brian Stelter, Oliver Darcy, or any of the other cast of characters who currently reside on Planet Zuckerville.

Their latest attack on Fox News with a special emphasis on Tucker Carlson came this morning, when “New Day” co-hosts John Berman and Brianna Keilar teamed up with CNN “media analyst” Bill Carter, all three of who accused the network and especially Carlson of spreading “anti-vax” information that has led to and supposedly will lead to more deaths during the pandemic in the coming months.

Feigning exasperation, Keilar said that “when history asks how so many Americans died when they could have been saved by a simple shot or two, you’ll see these [Fox News] TV clips again that we’ve just shown, in documentaries, about the cautionary tale that has been America’s response to the coronavirus pandemic, about how a large part of our country, misled by misinformation often echoed by elected officials and right-wing media, was thrown a life raft, and instead said, ‘No, I’ll take my chances.’”

As she said that, the number “607,771” was flashed on the screen, which is the number of deaths in America from the coronavirus to date.

She then brought on Carter, who in the past has suggested Fox News employees quit in protest. During this particular segment, he accused those employees of being derelict in their duty as “professionals in the information business” for staying on at the network.

Keilar then went on to suggest that what people were hearing from Fox News was not “responsible journalism.” Preparing to ask a leading

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