The Fox News host has been under fire for playing up vaccine skepticism for the past few weeks, but last night he misleadingly tied COVID vaccinations to thousands of people dying after taking the shots. "It may be a stunning picture, but it’s also a highly misleading and cherry-picked one," The Washington Post's Aaron Blake says of Carlson's comments. "The most crucial thing to note at the outset is that just because someone died after getting the vaccine doesn’t mean they died because of it." As CNN reports, even some of Carlson's Fox News colleagues are objecting to his reckless anti-vaccination rhetoric. "They are speaking out in small ways on Twitter -- but they are not being given the prime time platform that Carlson enjoys, and the millions of people who watch Carlson are not being given accurate information about the Covid vaccines," reports CNN's Brian Stelter. ALSO: Fox & Friends hosts return to the couch, saying "we're all vaccinated."