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'This is not even a remotely conservative media outlet': Matt Walsh calls out Fox News for using female pronouns to refer to men
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'This is not even a remotely conservative media outlet': Matt Walsh calls out Fox News for using female pronouns to refer to men

Conservative commentator Matt Walsh of the Daily Wire is calling out Fox News for perpetuating radical leftist gender ideology by using the preferred pronouns of people who identify as transgender.

Walsh, who is known for combatting the preposterous dogmas of the left-wing gender-bending movement, contended that Fox is not a conservative media outlet.

"Fox continues to promote radical left wing gender ideology by referring to men as 'she.' This is not even a remotely conservative media outlet. They have long since adopted the most extreme and absurd positions of the left," he tweeted while highlighting an article about transgender woman Dylan Mulvaney that referred to the biological man using female pronouns.

"Mulvaney said that despite the hardships she has faced, she still tries to have 'grace' for her critics," the subtitle of the piece reads.

Examining other articles on the outlet's website reveals a consistent pattern of following the dictates of left-wing gender ideology rather than sticking with pronouns that align with each person's immutable biological sex.

"I don’t think their average 75 year old viewer realizes how pro-trans Fox has become. Someone should really let them know," Walsh added in another tweet.

Robby Starbuck has also called out Fox over the issue.

"Fox News is continuing to use the pronouns that delusional men demand they use," Starbuck tweeted, while sharing a screesnhot from an article on the site. "Notice the framing too that this guy's work was 'all for naught' because World Athletics grew a spine and didn’t let this man cheat by competing against women. What the heck is going on at Fox?"

There has been a groundswell of backlash against Fox News in recent weeks since Tucker Carlson's show was dropped from the channel's lineup.

Carlson has announced plans to launch a show on Twitter. The video in which he made that announcement has racked up 23.8 million views so far.

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Alex Nitzberg

Alex Nitzberg

Alex Nitzberg is a staff writer for Blaze News.
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