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In a monologue delivered on Sunday Night with Megyn Kelly, Tom Brokaw blamed "hate groups" on the internet for the Alexandria shooting and said Americans must take on "common threats" like Alex Jones who make "poisonous claims."
The shooting was actually carried out by a Bernie Sanders supporter that was radicalized by mainstream media Russia conspiracy theorists.
MEGYN KELLY: This past week there's been a lot of conversation about our toxic political culture, largely driven by the shooting of a congressman and others on a baseball field in Virginia. Tom Brokaw joins us to share some of his thoughts about hate speech and the internet in these challenging times. Tom?What do you mean "we cannot allow" the "agents of hate" to "go unchallenged"?
What do you mean we have to recognize "common threats" and "take them on"?
What do you mean it's a time to "step up"?
That sure sounds like it could be interpreted as a call for violence, Mr. Brokaw.
Last Thursday, Brokaw said it was a "fact" that Alex Jones "is an unalloyed racist, a man who is out there pulling the pin on the grenade every day and he has 6 million viewers who are paying attention to him."
What exactly did he mean by that?
We already know how you in the MSM radicalized James T. Hodgkinson by pushing insane Russian conspiracy theories which inspired him to try and massacre a host of Republican congressmen, are you now trying to inspire your radical followers to kill Alex Jones?
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