This is how they keep people distracted.
I have 2 thoughts: 1) it's clear that the outrage serves as a dopamine hit to the viewers, most of whom do not care a bit about whether the quotes have been manipulated and many who view Fox both as pure entertainment and an excuse for increasingly dangerous thoughts and actions, and 2) what's the endgame? If Fox can destroy families, directly result in thousands of Covid deaths, threaten the halls of democracy, and activate white supremacists...where does it end? The thing about drugs is that the user needs ever-escalating amounts to achieve the same high. If mass violence ensues in the US, does the Fox BoD truly believe that it will help their bottom line? People are being radicalized to distrust and to hate all authority figures on both sides of the aisle...this is anarchy, not just anti-democracy. Where does it end when the dopamine fix requires that everthing be burned to the ground?
The mask comment was made back when experts were worried about a shortage of masks for health workers. And it wasn’t clear back then that the virus was spread through the air, not primarily by touching.
He said "it's too soon to tell". No, it's not. We've all been gathering all year with family, with friends, with thousands of strangers in venues.
So the "fake right- wing outrage" you talk about is more about people being annoyed with his absurd comments. How is it "too soon to know" when we already do these things...
Good attempt here, but that's all it is, an attempt to bash on "right-wingers". And no, I'm not a "right-winger" just a regular American with common sense.