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Al Jazeera to Launch Conservative Media Platform

The media platform will be known as Rightly and is going to be headed by Scott Norvell, a former News Corp. executive and Fox News president.

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Al Jazeera will be launching a new media platform geared towards conservatives, which is a move that’s reportedly designed to appeal to people in the center-right who have stated they can’t find mainstream sources that speak to them.

The media platform will be known as Rightly and is going to be headed by Scott Norvell, a former News Corp. executive and Fox News president. The Hill reports that Norvell will assume the role of editor-in-chief.

Rightly’s first show will air on Thursday and be an opinion-led interview program called “Right Now with Stephen Kent,” according to Politico. Furthermore, Rightly will announce more content in the coming months as the media platform gets off the ground.

On Twitter, Kent would describe the media platform as “Somewhere between Dispatch, Reason and… Persuasion. My favorite newsletter.” Al Jazeera, which the Qatari government financially backs, has had mixed success in its past U.S.-focused efforts.

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Chris Wallace’s Show Moves to HBO Max, Featured Interviews Will Air on CNN

“Part of the CNN brand is respectful, authentic and impactful interviews and one of the best interviewers in the business is Chris Wallace,” said Chris Licht, Chairman and CEO of CNN Worldwide. 

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One of the primary shows on the now extinct CNN+ platform was “Who’s Talking to Chris Wallace?” hosted by anchor Chris Wallace. 

So when Warner Bros. Discovery decided to pull the plug, many wondered where the veteran anchor would land. The company has announced that the show will be moving to the HBO Max, and featured interviews will air on CNN this fall. 

“Part of the CNN brand is respectful, authentic and impactful interviews and one of the best interviewers in the business is Chris Wallace,” said Chris Licht, Chairman and CEO of CNN Worldwide. 

“Chris and his team developed an engaging and compelling program that we’re excited to bring to HBO Max and include in our CNN Sunday evening programming.”

Since its debut, Wallace has had many guests, including former CEO of The Walt Disney Company Bob Iger, former White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki, author of the 1619 Project Nikole Hannah-Jones, actors Mila Kunis and Ashton Kutcher, and many more.

Wallace will remain as an anchor for CNN after joining the cable news channel in January 2022, following an 18-year stint with Fox News, where he was the anchor of FOX News Sunday.

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Dan Crenshaw Fires Back at Tucker Carlson for “Eyepatch McCain” Remark

Crenshaw called the Fox News host “juvenile” for his remarks.

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Rep. Dan Crenshaw (R-TX) responded to Tucker Carlson, who called the politician “eyepatch McCain” during a conversation about foreign policy. Crenshaw called the Fox News host “juvenile” for his remarks.

Crenshaw had previously conveyed to Fox News host Trey Gowdy that people who do not back sending $40 billion to Ukraine for their war are “pro-Russia.” As a result, Carlson went after the representative.

“Why is Congress so focused on Ukraine, but you can’t find baby formula?” Carlson said. “According to congressman Dan Crenshaw of Texas, asking questions like that, or really any questions at all, thinking you are a citizen, makes you’ pro-Russia.’”

“You know, the more I think about it, it takes a lot of gall for or eyepatch McCain to attack moms who are worried about baby formula as pro-Russia.”

Crenshaw spoke with The Daily Caller, responding to the remarks by the host, who was a co-founder of the outlet. 

“You hurl juvenile insults when you know you’ve lost the debate,” Crenshaw said. “I stand by every word I said in my interview with Trey Gowdy.”

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Joy Reid: Tucker Carlson Injects Racist Plot Theories into Republican Voters

MSNBC’s Joy Reid recently accused Carlson of “injecting racist conspiracy theory into the veins of Republican voters.”

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Left-wing pundits continue to attack Fox News’ Tucker Carlson labeling him as a racist in the aftermath of a supermarket massacre that left 10 people dead. 

According to Breitbart, MSNBC’s Joy Reid recently accused him of “injecting racist conspiracy theory into the veins of Republican voters.”

“No singular voice in right-wing media has done more to elevate this racist conspiracy theory than Tucker, who, even with a new head writer, spends night after primetime injecting the rot from the dregs of the internet directly into the veins of Republican voters.”

The “ReidOut” host discussed a narrative that has become popular when discussing Carlson’s show and that is something called replacement theory. Carlson broached the idea when discussing the mass influx of migrants across the Southern Border. 

“The reality is, Tucker is not some deep thinker,” said Reid. “He’s clearly just channeling the gross stuff his viewers could easily find online, then feeding it to Republican voters and Republican politicians as infotainment, and that feedback loop has terrifying reach.”

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