CNN anchor Jim Acosta didn't hold back in his criticism of Fox News for their coverage of two since-discredited reports.

One report was from the New York Post about migrant children receiving gift kits from Vice President Kamala Harris that included her children’s book. News Corp is the parent company of the New York Post and Fox News. 

Another Fox News report cited a false claim by the Daily Mail that President Joe Biden proposed limits on meat consumption.

On Saturday, Acosta had a segment about “another mind-boggling week in disinformation,” from Fox News.

“The damage was done, pumped out over the airways at the bulls--- factory, also known as Fox News,” he stated. 

Acosta isn't the only journalist to take issue with the reporting. New York Post reporter Laura Italiano resigned after she claimed she was forced to write the incorrect front-page story about migrant children getting welcome packs that included Harris' picture book, "Superheroes Are Everywhere."

Italiano released a tweet on Tuesday about the ordeal.

Fox News issued a correction about another false narrative that claimed Biden’s climate change plan included cutting American’s consumption of red meat by 90% to lower greenhouse gases. The Daily Mail's headline reads: "How Biden's climate plan could limit you to eat just one burger a MONTH, cost $3.5K a year per person in taxes, force you to spend $55K on an electric car and 'crush' American jobs."

Politifact.com noted that the Daily Mail's article had "linked Biden’s goals to an unrelated 2020 study on meat consumption." The author of the study told PolitiFact that it "has nothing to do with Biden or his climate change plan."

“Remember, lies — big lies — can have terrible consequences,” Acosta said. “They travel at the speed of light and spread so much darkness.”

jim acosta Jim Acosta, senior White House correspondent for CNN, speaks on camera after President Donald Trump held an event about the passage of tax reform legislation on the South Lawn of the White House in Washington, D.C., Dec. 20, 2017. Photo: SAUL LOEB/AFP/Getty Images