After I read a letter to the editor I often try to guess from which network or radio station the writer acquired his or her opinion. Is the writer a Fox News watcher, or viewer of a more left-leaning network?
After some big political event or fiasco, I’ll watch MSNBC’s Rachel Maddow, and then just for fun I’ll later watch Fox News’s Sean Hannity, so as to catch the other point of view. Sean tells me that I’ll be getting information from him that’s found on no other network. Well, he’s right (no pun). Many of his followers have no idea that Mueller did find that Trump obstructed justice.
I also watch Fox’s Shepard Smith when his show comes on at noon. Oddly enough, he mostly repeats those very same things that are being said on those other network news shows, and many of Smith’s views are contrary to Sean’s, and for that many loyal Fox watchers will not watch Smith’s show.
So, forget Fox vs. MSNBC or CNN or those other lying networks. Watch how different two shows can be when Fox vs. Fox, contrary views you’ll not likely see on any other network.