David Clark, an executive at the network who is the boss of Maria Bartiromo said he wasn't sure that her show "Sunday Morning Futures" was a reliable source of news, even though it's supposed to be a news show and not opinion.
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No one should believe Fox. Its own leadership won't say that it's credible.David Clark, senior vice president for weekend news and programming for Fox News, testified in his deposition that he was responsible for overseeing Sunday Morning Futures with Maria Bartiromo. Asked whether he considered that show to be a “credible source of news,” Clark answered: “I don’t know.”
A Dominion lawyer followed up, incredulously: “You don’t know as the executive in charge of Sunday Morning Futures with Maria Bartiromo, whether her show is a credible source of news?”
Clark replied: “I am going to answer the question yes.”
Clark went on to say that while he believes viewers tune into Sean Hannity’s show because they see it as a credible source of news, Clark himself does not see it as such. “It’s an opinion show,” he said. “It’s not a news show.”
He said the same of Tucker Carlson’s show, testifying that while viewers see it as a credible source of news, Clark personally does not.
Fox is the furthest thing possible from news. It's nothing remotely equivalent to CNN or MSNBC.