FCC's O'Rielly Talks Free Speech, 'Fake News' At Media Institute Luncheon

May 15, 2017

O'RIELLY asserted that "you will find the current Commission to be a great partner in the effort to ensure a free press, primarily by not intervening in the area," pointing to the TOM WHEELER-led Commission of previous years and its "attempts to insert the Commission as a watchdog to make sure news is being covered appropriately" with newsroom monitoring proposals.

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