Fox News Returns Fire in War With Media Matters

Thursday, 07 Jul 2011 02:07 PM

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David Brock, founder of liberal watchdog group Media Matters, declared “war on Fox” News in March, heightening his seven-year attack on the network. But Fox isn’t taking his salvos lying down, Politico reports.

Fox News, Media MattersDuring the past 10 days, Fox has broadcast more than 30 segments calling for an end to tax-exempt status for the nonprofit group.

“Media Matters is not a media investigative organization,” Fox News contributor and Washington Post columnist Charles Krauthammer said on a “Special Report with Bret Baier” last week. “It’s a war on Fox. And you’re allowed to do that in a democracy. You can be as nasty as you want. The only thing is, don’t ask for a government subsidy.”

The Fox Nation website offers a link to form-letter complaints against Media Matters that people can send to the Internal Revenue Service.

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