You can watch whatever you want, as long as it is not critical of Democrats.
That is the message that Rep. Eric Swalwell (D-CA) has for our troops.
Swalwell is upset that Fox News is widely enjoyed among military members, so now he thinks Congress needs to take a hard look at what the troops are watching.
I completely accept that we have some people on the right that our out of their minds in terms of extremism that are in office.
Those individuals, however, are not from my home state of Texas, so there is nothing that I can do about it, but at least I am critical of them when they go over the top.
That, to me, is the big difference between conservatives and liberals today. When someone like MTG says something that is completely off the wall, I have no problem calling her out.
On other hand, when AOC says something or Swalwell says something like this, everyone on the left nods their heads in agreement like a dashboard doll.
To that point, Swalwell stated, “I don’t want to get in the business of telling troops what they can and cannot watch.
“But, if you have a news station that a court is going to rule is, in its evening hour, you know, perpetuating dis- and misinformation, I don’t know if I disagree with VoteVets, who was saying that we need to take a look at, you know, how this is being broadcast to our troops," reports the Daily Wire.
So, he does actually want to tell people what the can watch.
You can see the snippet from the MSNBC interview below…
How many stories have been debunked that CNN put on air? MSNBC?
I am not saying that Fox News is right all the time, but over the last six years, they got it right about 99 percent of the time, which is far for more than any other network out there.
And let’s not forget, not a single one of them was willing to publish the Hunter Biden laptop story, call out Biden for his failures in Afghanistan, report on the Border crisis, and 100 more stories they chose to ignore because it would have hurt Biden.
We cannot let these people get in charge again because they are about as dangerous as can be.