Both mainstream media and liberal experts are mocking CBS News’ “60 Minutes” report, which claims that Florida Governor Ron DeSantis has provided Publix grocery store chains with more favorable treatment in order to Provide coronavirus vaccine based on its donation to PAC.
The “60 Minutes” report drew criticism from Democratic government officials and members of the conservative media, but when it was reported by other media, these criticisms were ignored.
Criticism of “false narrative” exploded “60 minutes”, this is the advertisement of DESANTIS using PUBLIX in the pay-on-demand vaccine program
Jared Moskowitz, director of the Florida Department of Emergency Management, a Democrat, blasted DeSantis̵
Axios published a report, “The governor of Florida clashed with “60 minutes” regarding the launch of the COVID vaccine” and cited “60 minutes”, but did not mention the backlash received by the segment or Moskowitz’s denial . There is a big headline on the Draghi Report, which claims that DeSantis was accused of “paying for the game” for most of Monday morning, which is related to the story of Axios.
“60 Minutes” was also accused of deceptively editing an intense exchange between one of its reporters and Governor DeSantis, which did not include the Governor’s complete response to the alleged plan.
Hill reported that DeSantis “rejected” the report, but did not mention that “60 Minutes” was accused of deceptively editing the transaction so that the conversation fits its narrative. Hill also did not mention Moskowitz’s denial.
CBS “60 Minutes” accused of an exchange between editors DeSantis, reporters chose to “pay to buy” the narrative
“Business Insider” also responded to the “60 Minutes” report, but did not point out strong opposition or Moskowitz’s denial, but it did quote a county commissioner. The Huffington Post published a similar report, but did not mention the many criticisms surrounding the “60 Minutes” section.
CNN anchor Chris Cuomo, the younger brother of the embattled New York Governor Andrew Cuomo, also decided to participate and posted a “60 minutes” clip on Twitter , The clip was accused of sneaky editing.
Cuomo wrote: “We need to communicate fairly with those in power.”
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MSNBC’s Joy Reid shared the same misleading clip and claimed that it was “a moment” and DeSantis seemed to be upset.
Publix said that its claim to obtain special access was “absolutely false and offensive.”
“The irresponsible suggestion is that there is a link between the campaign donation to Governor DeSantis and our willingness to join other pharmacies to support the state’s vaccine distribution work. This is absolutely false and offensive. We manage more than that for our pharmacy. 1.5 million employees are proud to have been injected with a certain dose of vaccine so far, and joined other retailers in Alabama, Florida, Georgia, South Carolina, Tennessee and Virginia to do our best to help Our community got rid of the pandemic.” A Publix spokesperson told Fox News.