Liberals plot to ‘Turn off Fox News’ in public places

Say you are ‘drinking liberally’ in a bar and out of the corner of your eye, an insidious FOX logo keeps floating across the screen.

Yeah, you could ask the bartender to change the channel, but why not convince the manager to ban the Fox News channel altogether?

Now you can join a activist group determined to remove Fox news from ever being broadcast in public. ‘Turn off Fox’

Here is their credo:

Some businesses play Fox without having thought about it at all, and may not know how divisive and dangerous Fox is. Turn Off Fox will help you work with others in your area (and across the country) to identify places that play Fox, ask them to change the channel, and explain why they should.

It’s easy! Arm yourself with a few PDFs and make your case. After that, report back to your leaders, notify them where Fox is playing, and tell them how the business owner responded to you.

For the ‘Turn off Fox’ers,’ Fox News is not just a channel for news, its a channel for evil.

“Fox News isn’t just the home for hate, it’s the home for dangerous and lazy journalism.” says featured member Malkia Cyril, “It’s time for the public to turn off Fox News’ lies.”

Read the PDF below:
Case Against Fox News 2

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