November 15, 2018
Fox News really isn’t a whole lot different than the big Jew-run media networks.
Make no mistake about it, Fox News has never been on our side. During the George W. Bush years, they were enthusiastic supporters of the Iraq war. They regularly aired the commentary of neoconservative Jews who pushed all sorts of insane pro-Israel war propaganda.
After Donald Trump won the Republican nomination for the presidency in 2016, they were forced to shift gears and adopt a slightly more populist, pro-Trump spin on things. It now appears as if the network’s leadership is steering away from that.
They’ve even decided to publicly denounce the White House’s ban on CNN’s fake news agitator Jim Acosta.
Fox News is supporting CNN’s lawsuit against the Trump administration over the White House’s revocation of Jim Acosta’s press pass and plans to file an amicus brief in the case, according to a statement from the network’s president Jay Wallace.
“FOX News supports CNN in its legal effort to regain its White House reporter’s press credential. We intend to file an amicus brief with the U.S. District Court. Secret Service passes for working White House journalists should never be weaponized. While we don’t condone the growing antagonistic tone by both the President and the press at recent media avails, we do support a free press, access and open exchanges for the American people.”
So Fox News claims they support a free press, access and open exchanges for the American people. Well if that’s the case, why didn’t Fox News issue a statement denouncing the entire Alt-Right getting banished from social media in 2017? Or the push to get the Daily Stormer thrown off the Internet? Or what about the recent social media bans of Alex Jones?
For some reason we did not hear a whole lot from Fox News management on these subjects. But when a jackass activist posing as a news reporter gets banned from the White House after a slap-fight with an intern, Fox News management feels compelled to issue a written statement of support.
This is obviously insane considering Acosta’s behavior over the past couple of years. He has consistently tried to make himself the center of the story with his continued agitations against Sarah Sanders and the President himself.
And nobody has a First Amendment right to access the White House grounds and ask the President of the United States questions. But despite that, CNN is suing the White House claiming violations of the First Amendment and Fifth Amendment occurred because they banned Acosta for his unruly behavior. The fact that Fox News is supporting this lawsuit is ridiculous.
Even Bob Woodward (the goy half of Woodward and Bernstein) has criticized CNN’s legal action.
Bob Woodward, a best-selling author and critic of President Donald Trump, said Tuesday night that CNN’s lawsuit against the Trump administration wasn’t the “remedy.”
Woodward, who gained fame for breaking the Watergate scandal, spoke at the Global Financial Leadership Conference in Naples, Florida where he recommended “more serious reporting” about what Trump’s actions, according to remarks flagged by the Washington Examiner.
“In the news media there has been an emotional reaction to Trump,” NBC News reporter Dylan Byers reported Woodward as saying. “Too many people for Trump or against Trump have become emotionally unhinged about this.”
But outside of Tucker Carlson and a small handful of other personalities, Fox News airs lots of fake conservative garbage. They even give air time to the likes of the anti-Trump homosexual Shepard Smith and the Jew Chris Wallace.
And the fact that they blocked Fox News personalities from supporting Carlson on Twitter in recent days, says a great deal about the general direction of the network. Carlson’s family was physically threatened by a gang of anti-fascists outside his home. You would think that the network would want its people expressing their full support on social media. Instead, they decided to do some type of weird Twitter boycott. This did not appear to be a very smart decision by Fox News management.
Based on these and other developments, don’t be surprised to see Fox News venture further and further into libtard territory.