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Jun 11 2022

Et Tu Fox News?

It was annoying to hear Tucker Carlson shout on Thursday that there is nothing worse you could possibly call someone than a “white supremacist.” Whatever that term is supposed to mean, do the people at Fox News really think it is the worst thing on earth? Worse even than people who sexually abuse their own children by transsexualizing them into sacrificial offerings to moonbattery? Then I saw this:

In a sane civilization, these fiends would never see the outside of a cell after society learned what they have been doing to that little girl since she was too young to talk. In ours, they are celebrated for their depravity by the supposed “conservative” network.

This isn’t a matter of presenting the opposing argument on a controversial issue. Fox News is propagandizing on behalf of satanic evil, presumably in a misguided attempt to suck up to the people who worship it, i.e., moonbats.

Ben Shapiro is on the mark:

“This would be absolute despicable insane lunacy if I saw it on CNN or MSNBC. To see it on Fox News is a complete betrayal of anything remotely resembling conservatism or decency.”

Surely no one could top this for betrayal…

“Hold my beer,” says Jonah Goldberg, who manages to make Fox News look conservative by comparison.

Tucker Carlson went on with his show Thursday rather than demanding that it be preempted by the latest farcical January 6 dog and pony show, as with the prime time programming on the left-wing networks. Goldberg, who worked for FNC for 12 years, explains Carlson’s motives:

“He was afraid his viewers might be exposed to the truth, and he can’t have that.”

Seriously, Goldberg really said that in reference to the current January 6 show trial, which wouldn’t pass the laugh test in Stalin’s USSR. Its cartoonishly obvious purpose is to distract the public from the ruin Democrats are making of the economy, to demonize Republicans prior to this fall’s elections, and to provide a pretext to incarcerate political opponents like top Trump advisor Peter Navarro and Michigan gubernatorial candidate Ryan Kelly.

If Liz Cheney had a twin brother, his name would be Jonah Goldberg.

Goldberg’s loyalty to the Democratic Party should earn him a raise from his paymasters at CNN.

Fox News does not have that excuse for selling out. It won’t get 30 pieces of silver for its betrayal. If there is any justice, there will be a cost in terms of viewership.

On tips from Varla and Feet2Fire.


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