Marilyn Mosby, a Baltimore City State Attorney, wrote a letter to the FCC on Wednesday, accusing local Sinclair-owned Fox affiliate WBFF of things like racism for their coverage of her.
The letter is actually written by Zy Richardson, Mosby's Director of Office Communications, presumably by Mosby's direction. It is addressed to Jessica Rosenworcel, the acting FCC Chairwoman.
According to the Daily Caller, the letter reads, in part:
"There appears to be an intentional crusade against State’s Attorney Mosby, which given today’s politically charged and divisive environment, is extremely dangerous."
"I have noted that the news coverage of the WBFF persistently follows a disconcerting and dangerous pattern: beginning with a slanted, rigged, misleading, or inflammatory headline; followed by a conspiracy theory; and supported with guest commentary from disgruntled ex-employees or political opponents that lend false credibility to their biased coverage or omission of facts."
The letter targets six specific articles published by the outlet, which are considered to be examples of how "dangerous" the outlet is, although it alleges that there are 141 biased stories published by WBFF to date.
Also, the letter specifically targets Tucker Carlson's wildly popular show, referencing what it claims are "frequent endorsements of white supremacy views" promoted on the show.