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"pete head seth" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

02:33 min | 1 year ago

"pete head seth" Discussed on KCRW

"Out to make sure that that's called out because it shouldn't be blamed on groups that weren't responsible for some analysis of how media outlets are covering this extraordinary story. We're joined by NPR TV critic Eric Deggans. Welcome back, Eric. Thanks for having me and our media correspondent David Folkenflik. Hello. Hey, Audie. I want to start with the broadcast networks where TV news viewers traditionally go for, you know gravitas, Eric. How do they do? Well, I think they seemed a little shell shocked Aziz. Many viewers were by what was going on. The networks broke into the regular programming, including in prime time to cover what was going on and deliver. Um, you know the facts of what had happened, and David, it sounds like you saw in their attempts, a scramble just to find the language right to describe what was going on. That's right. I think that you saw them initially talking about protesters because the day started with a protest right And then it moved to people who were starting to move on the capital, and they were trying to figure out You know, to anticipate where it would go without being hyperbolic about it. And suddenly these people became essentially a mob that were storming or laying siege or sacking, ultimately, the U. S Capitol building and yet they didn't want to get out ahead of it. So you know, we finally you saw debates play out in newsrooms, including our own Are they Are they protesters still are they Insurrectionists. Are they rioters? How do you do this? And I think ultimately you saw news organizations not casting aside caution but casting upside self inflicted restraints to try to capture what their colleagues on the hill we're seeing with their own ears and eyes. David, I want to follow up on this thought because you watch cable news closely in specifically Fox, which has had a lot of competition from its right flank. Can you describe what you saw there? Yeah. So on Fox, you would essentially seen ah, lot of very sympathetic voices. Not surprisingly, to the folks who were part of the demonstration on The mall that the president was addressing and essentially turned out to be inciting on. Then you saw essentially kind of deflections and affirmation of what they were doing in Martha MacCallum, a news anchor, seemingly offering a kind of affirmation. Of the movement towards Capitol Hill and ultimately is the realized what happened and started depicting things as as truly a mob and truly sacking the capital. There was a deflection of blame. I want to play for you a clip. It's Pete head Seth. He was on Fox and friends this morning and he was deflecting where blame should lie for what occurred yesterday on Capitol.

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"pete head seth" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

03:17 min | 1 year ago

"pete head seth" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Things considered. I'm Ailsa Chang and I'm Audie Cornish. The nation watched yesterday his pro trump extremist stormed the capital and what you saw, and your understanding of the events may depend on where you tuned in one of the broadcast networks, a cable news network or one of the emerging far right cable channels. Here's a little sample from ABC CNN Fox News. Newsmax on the Senate floor right now start to move away from their objections United in condemning a name for people who commit violence in the name of various political ideology. We call them terrorists. That's what we call people who commit accidents for a reason. It is not your fault. It is, therefore it is miss you. If Antifa was there, we need to root it out to make sure that that's called out because it shouldn't be blamed on groups that weren't responsible for some analysis of how media outlets are covering this extraordinary story. We're joined by NPR TV critic Eric Deggans. Welcome back, Eric. Thanks for having me and our media correspondent David Folkenflik. Hello. Hey, Audie. I want to start with the broadcast networks where TV news viewers traditionally go for, you know gravitas, Eric. How did they do Well, I think they seemed a little shell shocked Aziz. Many viewers were by what was going on. The networks broke into the regular program, including in prime time to cover what was going on and deliver. Um, you know the facts of what had happened, and David, it sounds like you saw in their attempts, a scramble just to find the language right to describe what was going on. That's right. I think that you saw them initially talking about protesters because the day started with a protest right And then it moved to people who were starting to move on the capital, and they were trying to figure out You know, to anticipate where it would go without being hyperbolic about it. And suddenly these people became essentially a mob that were storming or laying siege or sacking, ultimately, the U. S Capitol building and yet they didn't want to get out ahead of it. So you know, we finally you saw debates play out in newsrooms, including our own Are they Are they protesters still are they Insurrectionists. Are they rioters? How do you do this? And I think ultimately you saw news organizations not casting aside caution but casting aside self inflicted restraints to try to capture what their colleagues on the hill we're seeing with their own ears and eyes. David, I want to follow up on this thought because you watch cable news closely in specifically Fox, which has had a lot of competition from its right flank. Can you describe what you saw there? Yeah. So on Fox, you would essentially seen ah, lot of very sympathetic voices. Not surprisingly, to the folks who were part of the demonstration on The mall that the president was addressing and essentially turned out to be inciting on. Then you saw essentially kind of deflections and affirmation of what they were doing in Martha MacCallum, a news anchor, seemingly offering a kind of affirmation. Of the movement towards Capitol Hill and ultimately is the realized what happened and started depicting things as as truly a mob and truly sacking the capital. There was a deflection of blame. I want to play for you a clip. It's Pete head Seth. He was on Fox and friends this morning and he was deflecting where blame should lie for what occurred yesterday on Capitol Hill. These.

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"pete head seth" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:55 min | 1 year ago

"pete head seth" Discussed on KQED Radio

"The Senate floor right now start to move away from their objections United in condemning a name for people who commit violence in the name of various political ideology. We call them terrorists. That's what we call people who commit accidents for a reason. It is not your fault. It is therefore mischief. If Antifa was there, we need to root it out to make sure that that's called out because it shouldn't be blamed on groups that weren't responsible for some analysis of how media outlets are covering this extraordinary story. We're joined by NPR TV critic Eric Deggans. Welcome back, Eric. Thanks for having me and our media correspondent David Folkenflik. Hello. Hey, Audie. I want to start with the broadcast networks where TV news viewers traditionally go for, you know, Rob itas Eric, How do they do? Well, I think that seemed a little shell shocked Aziz. Many viewers were by what was going on. The networks broke into the regular program, including in prime time to cover what was going on and deliver. Um, you know the facts of what had happened, and David, it sounds like you saw in their attempts, a scramble just to find the language right to describe what was going on. That's right. I think that you saw them initially talking about protesters because the day started with a protest right And then it moved to people who were starting to move on the capital, and they were trying to figure out You know, to anticipate where it would go without being hyperbolic about it. And suddenly just people became essentially a mob that were storming or laying siege or sacking, ultimately, the U. S Capitol building and yet they didn't want to get out ahead of it. So you know, we finally you saw debates play out in newsrooms, including our own Are they Are they protesters still are they Insurrectionists. Are they rioters? How do you do this? And I think ultimately you saw news organizations not casting aside caution but casting aside self inflicted restraints to try to capture what their colleagues on the hill we're seeing with their own ears and eyes. David, I want to follow up on this thought because you watch cable news closely in specifically Fox, which has had a lot of competition from its right flank. Can you describe what you saw there? Yeah. So on Fox, you would essentially seen ah, lot of very sympathetic voices. Not surprisingly, to the folks who were part of the demonstration on The mall that the president was addressing and essentially turned out to be inciting on. Then you saw essentially kind of deflections and affirmation of what they were doing in Martha MacCallum, a news anchor, seemingly offering a kind of affirmation. Of the movement towards Capitol Hill. And ultimately, as they realized what happened and started depicting things as as truly a mob and truly sacking the capital. There was a deflection of blame. I want to play for you a clip. It's Pete head Seth. He was on Fox and friends this morning and he was deflecting where blame should lie for what occurred yesterday on Capitol Hill. These.

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"pete head seth" Discussed on AM 570 The Mission

AM 570 The Mission

06:33 min | 1 year ago

"pete head seth" Discussed on AM 570 The Mission

"If it's happening in New York or across the globe were why it matters First on Kevin McCullough, Freddie our alright, Wait continue to roll through this news packed Wednesday. I'm honored to have my next guest back. At this point, he's turning out books faster than people can blink. But sometimes that happens when you're in the line of work that Pete Head Seth is on its joy to welcome him back. Pete, I appreciate you taking some time out on your Wednesday Torto drop your reporting and weekend hosting duties there at Fox to say hi to us. But you've got a new book out modern warriors. Real stories from real heroes. I want to talk about that in a second, but I've got to get your opinion on what you're seeing. Go down in the election whistleblowers coming forward. It seems like evidence is everywhere, Pete. But we keep hearing from the other side. Show us. The evidence shows the evidence isn't there enough there to proceed? At least to discovery and some of these cases? Of course there is Kevin. Thanks so much for having me and for being all over this topic. Yeah, The last 48 hours, I think has been pivotal. I mean it. You can't watch listen to see the testimony that's being given And If you're being honest about it willing to actually engage with it, Watch the videos. Listen to the testimonies and feel like there isn't something massive going on underneath. The problem is which you're well aware of on talk about all the time. Is the group. Think of the so called mainstream left wing media. It's not just here's our narrative. It's here's our narrative, which is there is no massive, widespread fraud. Plus, we're going to suppress. Anybody who even suggests otherwise on bear, hoping they can run out the clock and that amount of time And what? What the Trump legal team needs to do is just keep beating the drum on and and there should be discovery and we should be pressing Maurine, the DOJ and everybody to actually look at these things. So I'm grateful for the spade work they're doing. We knew it would take a while and you know if they're gonna do they're gonna go after the president like they did for four years. We can wait four weeks, six weeks. Whatever we need to after the election to get to the bottom of it, so we certainly can and You know, for all of the one of the ways you know you're getting close to a major truth being revealed, is the degree to which that left wing media starts to pillory. You characterize you etcetera and what they've done to Sydney Palin, Rudy Giuliani over the last couple of weeks. Who, by the way, Are incredible attorneys and they have a little bit of a seasoned experience in fighting the deep state. I don't think they're gonna be knocked off their game. Just because you know, Jeff Zucker says in his 19 year morning. Wake up call that they deserve to push it down. God bless James O'Keefe, right? He does. It's amazing. It's so Ah, It's so courageous on afraid this speaks to the theme of your book as well. But we are not, And I want everyone listening to understand the gravity of what this moment represents. We are at war with a philosophy and a movement and a any funding mechanism and even an algorithm and a voting system that have loyalties to everyone else. Except Americans. And Pete. If we don't address this now we will lose what she is that 100% correct and the premise of My previous book, American Crusade points out that we've lost everything else and I don't want to be Debbie Downer here. But if you look at education, not just higher education, but K through 12, you look at cultural look at social Media. You look it. Churches you look at, you know, Hollywood Silicon Valley. All of that has been capped Businesses, corporations. It's all been captured by the social justice woke left the ballot box was the one place where patriots still felt like they could go, especially after 2016. To demonstrate you know, values and policies and the things that we believe in if that quarter because of what they used to use Copan 19 is excuse to massively push out mail out ballots. They'd like to solidify that so they could do it again in the future. If we don't fight this fight, and it's it's Donald Trump. It's Giuliani. Sydney Pallets. Jenna LS Sean Parnell with his lawsuit Pennsylvania. If we don't go to the mat on this we will in for years to come be fighting downhill battles every single year and Patriots won't win. We won't win, which means we know what the left will do to consolidate power. Shred the Constitution on lead us to the into socialism. It's what they would do well, and we've watched it happen in other countries in recent years. I don't understand that the difficulty and even the middle of America, not understanding this. Hey, let's Let's spend a moment or two on your new book, Modern warriors real stories from real heroes. What's the concept behind it? And why'd you write it? Concept is you know what societies recognizing celebrate is a is a reflection of what they value and there's so much vapid nous and emptiness. That we celebrate. Think about traditional award shows and actors giving awards to act. You know, it's just this way. Hold up Governor Cuomo getting an Emmy. I just I just wanna barf. And what we're trying to do is do our part to hold up people that deserve to be so. Thank you. Um, and these air 15 stories of amazing patriots and warriors who serve since 9 11 done multiple tours. Many of them wounded. These air snipers and rangers and green Berets and seals and bomb technicians. And just just an amazing cross section because I know I'm sure you feel the same way you would have a guest on radio or we have a guest on Fox and friends and you talk to him for four minutes and They have a great story. But you know you can't do justice to their story. And so we started a serious on Fox nation called Modern Warriors, where we interview them in long form and we get Hey, what? What's it like when the bullets are wasn't by or when you're on the helicopter about step off for what's it like? How do you deal with grief and fear and Um, you know, struggles and sacrifice, and when they're hanging out with fellow vets, I didn't drop their guard and they tell it like it is And so this book is an extension of that. I think they felt very comfortable. Listen, you don't have to tell you, Kevin. Most of that don't want anything to do with reporters or journalists are meeting tonight. But in my instance, because I've walked a lot of the same ground, I think they felt comfortable revealing the good bad and the ugly, most of which is amazing. And and so as a reader, you're going to get to know these men as human beings. What makes them tick, why they put the uniform on what the brotherhood is all about, And it takes you to the battlefield and then the transition home and ultimately honors real heroes. They deserve to be celebrated. Well with.

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