Fact check: Debunking more false Fox claims about the Canadian convoy protests - 2022-02-21

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F203.png Fact check: Debunking more false Fox claims about the Canadian convoy protests February 21, 2022, Daniel Dale, CNN

Fox News has been repeatedly inaccurate in its coverage of the Canadian "Freedom Convoy" protests against vaccine mandates, Covid-19 restrictions and Prime Minister Justin Trudeau.

As the protest in the capital city of Ottawa has been dispersed by the authorities – Ottawa police tweeted Sunday afternoon that 191 people had been arrested and 79 vehicles towed – Fox inaccuracies have continued. Here's a look at three false claims made by two Fox hosts and a Fox contributor since Wednesday.

A Fox spokesperson did not immediately respond to a request for comment on Sunday.

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