It’s not just Trump. It’s Fox.
This is great work that shows how Fox News’ primetime lineup is hand-feeding white nationalist ideology to white boomers every night for the past few years
There is a striking degree of overlap between the words of right-wing media personalities and the language used by the Texas man who confessed to killing 22 people at a Walmart in El Paso
NYT study of overlap between language used in El Paso killer's manifesto, and anti-immigrant rhetoric & tropes used by right-wing media stars on Fox News and talk radio. Language of hate that until recently was relegated to fringes of nationalist right.
What’s in a word? Plenty! How the El Paso Killer Echoed the Incendiary Words of Conservative Media Stars
"There is a striking degree of overlap between the words of right-wing media personalities and the language used by the Texas man" who killed 22 people in El Paso. The Times found "hundreds of examples of language, ideas and ideologies that overlapped."
Rupert Murdoch and Roger Ailes opened this Pandora’s box of anti-immigrants propaganda and now there’s no way to close it.
The hyperbolic words used night after night by ’s of the world have consequences
So very strange to hear these indignant shouts about “replacement” in a country whose origins lie with a near genocide of the indigenous American population. You’re really not the people to be making this argument.
The New York Times has published a big story highlighting "how the El Paso killer echoed the incendiary words of conservative media stars"
"The use of what once would have been viewed as really extreme and inappropriate and sometimes conspiratorial, sometimes dehumanizing language is really striking.”
Spreading hate, by the numbers
An important look at one part of the ecosystem of hate in the country | via
Tucker Carlson, Ann Coulter, Rush Limbaugh and a mass killer in El Paso, all with the same hateful anti-immigrant message
if you're going to quote a manifesto of a white nationalist terrorist, i think this is the right context in which to do it.
How the El Paso Killer Echoed the Incendiary Words of Conservative Media Stars Take a moment to read a project I worked on with &
Read this brilliant analysis of the manifesto of the El Paso killer juxtaposed against dozens of popular conservative commentators and you will quickly see where his hatred and white supremacy came from.
This is really fantastic work by the and I don't want it to just fade, so I'm tweeting it again
New York Times journalists used our TV News Archive to study language used by the media. "How the El Paso Killer Echoed the Incendiary Words of Conservative Media Stars" via :
«Invasion», «envahisseurs», «remplacement» : le vocabulaire des ténors de la droite médiatique - Rush Limbaugh, Tucker Carlson, Laura Ingraham et tutti quanti - sur les migrants est identique à celui de l'auteur de la tuerie d'El Paso.
"A shared vocabulary of intolerance that stokes fears centered on immigrants of color." An amazing project from
NYT article looks at 'invasion' & replacement from conservative media platforms echoed in El Paso Manifesto - But bottom line, the BIGGEST platform is Trump's racist Twitter Feed & Statements &   
Honestly, I know there'll be seal clapping for this New York Times story, but they might as well blame the dictionary.
"An extensive..review of popular right-wing media platforms found 100s of examples of language, ideas & ideologies that overlapped w/ the mass killer’s written statement—a shared vocabulary of intolerance that stokes fears centered on immigrants of color"
“In November 2018 — as Republicans, who were facing a tough midterm election, pushed the notion of a migrant “caravan” — references to immigrants as invaders came up on more than three shows a day on average.”
"There is a striking degree of overlap between the words of right-wing media personalities and the language used by the Texas man who confessed to killing 22 people at a Walmart in El Paso this month."
NYT article looks at 'invasion' & replacement from conservative media platforms echoed in El Paso Manifesto - But bottom line, the BIGGEST platform is Trump's racist Twitter Feed & Statements &
This New York Times article "How the El Paso Killer Echoed the Incendiary Words of Conservative Media Stars" was based, largely, on data from the Internet Archive's TV News Archive
Even if there's no criminal liability here (an open question), these commentators and pols are moving the #OvertonWindow to tolerate and embrace violence. One of the major cultural changes of our time.
“Ideas have consequences”—Conservative catchphrase popularized in the 1980s from the title of a 1948 decline-of-the-west tract by conservative political philosopher Richard Weaver.
How the El Paso Killer Echoed the Incendiary Words of Conservative Media Stars - The New York Times
How the El Paso Killer Echoed the Incendiary Words of Conservative Media Stars The infestation is the #GOPEntertainmentComplex
How the El Paso Killer Echoed the Incendiary Words of Conservative Media Stars
Just in case y’all thought I was making stuff up. Check this out. via
#AnnCoulter’s violent suggestion how to stem the flow of #migrants: “You can shoot invaders.” #RushLimbaugh: “The objective is to dilute/eliminate US culture” #TuckerCarlson: “Will anyone in power do anything to protect America as the invasion continues?”
How the El Paso Killer Echoed the Incendiary Words of Conservative Media Stars
The blood is on their hands. Words have consequences. Deadly ones in this instance.