In “Network of Lies,” Brian Stelter Builds a Case Against Fox News

From a New York Times book review by Dwight Garner headlined “In ‘Network of Lies,’ Brian Stelter Builds a Case Against Fox News”:

It’s easy to be blasé about a new exposé of Fox News. There have been many, going back at least as far as Al Franken’s best-selling 2003 book “Lies (And the Lying Liars Who Tell Them): A Fair and Balanced Look at the Right.” Fox News, at this point, resembles a car whose windshield is thickly encrusted with traffic citations. Yet this car (surely a Hummer) manages to barrel out anew each day, plowing over six more mailboxes, five more crossing guards, four elderly scientists, three communal enterprises, two trans kids and a solar panel.