During a discussion on HuffPost Live Friday, Robert F. Kennedy Jr. gave a strong condemnation of what he calls the "right wing media" and particularly Fox News.
"It's divided our country in a way that we haven't been divided probably since the Civil War," Kennedy said of Fox News during the discussion focused on fracking. "Its empowered large corporations to get certain kinds of politicians and ideologues who are in the United State Congress elected -- the Tea Party ideologues who control the Republican Party."
The nephew of President John F. Kennedy and son of former senator and presidential candidate Robert F. Kennedy made these claims against Fox while describing what he sees as the two biggest problems in American politics: the influence of big money and "the right-wing control of the American media."
In addition to Fox News, Kennedy criticized right-wing talk radio that he describes as having a negative and large influence on whole sections of the country.
"Ninety-five percent of talk radio in our country is right-wing, and you need, according to Pew survey, and you--so a whole section of our country that that’s what they’re hearing. They wake up in the morning, when they go to bed at night," Kennedy said.
Kennedy also claimed that Republicans "are the only ones that have their own (TV) network."
Watch a clip from the discussion below: