Former employee Carl Cameron doubles down on Fox News being de-platformed after Buffalo shooting

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Like any good liberal always in need of a scapegoat, leftist and former Fox News chief political correspondent Carl Cameron doubled down yesterday on his cry to blame Fox News host Tucker Carlson for last week’s shooting in Buffalo, New York.

Although Carlson was nowhere near the supermarket where the 18-year old opened fire and killed 10 people – nor did he pull the trigger on the weapon – Cameron declared that Carlson should be arrested for alleged “misinformation” about “The Great Replacement Theory” that the left has deemed a “white supremacist theory.”

“Do you think the Murdoch family in charge of Fox will ever pull the plug on Tucker?” CNN host Jim Acosta asked Cameron on Saturday, “What do you think?”

Cameron responded by asserting that Carlson was not entitled to free speech that could “disturb the peace.”

“There’s a point when it becomes difficult for an executive to put up with the help,” Cameron whined. “In this particular case, Tucker has been screaming fire in a crowded movie house for years, and that cliche really comes to the matter of what is free speech, and the fact of the matter is, if you disturb the peace by starting a riot in a movie theater, cops are going to arrest you and you might end up in jail or you might end up in something worse.

He continued his rant by demanding not only should his former Fox News colleague be de-platformed, but good old-fashioned censorship should clamp down on internet free speech too.

“And that kind of stuff absolutely has to stop, whether it’s the antitrust bill to take down and de-platform people who lie and put out falsehoods that cause damage and violent, violent hate, there ought to be something done about it and the administration is beginning to actually make a move on that and it’s been way overdue,” Cameron said.

“It’s not just Fox, it’s social media in general, it’s on the internet and we have to remember that a good portion of what people read is coming from folks who aren’t Americans pretending to be Americans in order to gaslight them even worse,” he added.

Despite Cameron’s assertions to the contrary, the shooter left behind substantial documentation that cited websites Reddit and 4chan as the inspiration for his deranged shooting that he started planning after being locked down with limited human contact during the failed Covid-19 lockdowns in 2020.

“I almost spent a year planning this attack … Oh how time flies, if I could go back maybe I’d tell myself to get the f**k off 4chan,” Buffalo shooter Payton Gendron wrote in his diary.

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