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'Foxitis': MAGA rioters use Fox News defense to fight criminal charges

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One of the alleged rioters who stormed the Capitol is claiming Fox made them do it, his lawyer coining the phrase "Foxitis" for his defense. This defendant is not the first rioter to blame the conservative outlet for their actions on January 6. MSNBC's Ari Melber discusses how the network's misinformation affects Americans and how a "Foxitis" defense may play out in court.