Jul 31, 2018

Fox News Is A MAINSTREAM Fearmongering Media Channel Mistakenly Labelled Real News Followed By A Bunch Of Sheep Who Don't/Can't See The Con!

1. The Main Political Commentators At Fox News & Alex Jones (Infowars) Are Now Joined At The Hip
2. Fox News - And Right Wing Media - Is Nothing More Than A Conspiracy & Nazi-Style Propaganda Ring
3. Trump's America: Trump, The GOP & Fox News Managed To Make Nazis Mainstream (Hitler Is Probably Laughing In His Grave At His Afterlife Win Of WW2!)

Fox News is now the biggest news station in America and should legally be considered to be "mainstream news" which immediately suggests criminal activity at the highest levels of Government and Corporate Media. Let me explain...

The full clip followed by proofs: 

ASSUME THE OPPOSITE - WHO CAN YOU TRUST? Conservative pundit Tucker Carlson warns Americans to assume the opposite of what the MSM reports, leaving Jordan to question his trust in Fox News.

Proofs that Fox News sells snake oil labeled as "Real News" based on Trump commie style attacks on America's Free Press (as free as the poor structure is is being attacked, i.e. he is making the useless media even worse! Clearly an act of Treason as truth keeps the people informed and this constitutes war on the people i.e article 3 section 3 of the Constitution)

Media Matters: Fox News politics editor admits that Republicans stir "hatred and fear" to win elections Chris Stirewalt: "What Republicans have found is that culture wars, wedge issues, work better than other things when it comes to frightening or enraging the people who they want to get to the polls"

DANA PERINO (HOST): I just read where Jim Tankersley of the Wall Street -- New York Times, excuse me, said that he's done this review of all the ads in Ohio, always a battleground state, and that most Republicans are not actually talking about the economy but it seems counterintuitive, that they should be talking about it. Why not? 
CHRIS STIREWALT (FOX NEWS POLITICS EDITOR): Well, it depends on what you're trying to do. Now, the conventional wisdom, very much, is that midterm elections are base versus base elections. You've got to get more of your true believers out than their true believers out, and what Republicans have found is that culture wars, wedge issues, work better than other things when it comes to frightening or enraging the people who they want to get to the polls. Saying, hey, everything is great, the economy is cooking is not a message that meets that conventional wisdom test. It might sound right and it might even be better for moving persuadable voters, but it's not the same as sort of affecting the lizard brain of the voter that responds to strong stimuli like hatred and fear. 

Media Matters: How The Media Helped The GOP Sell Their Fear-Based Appeal
Forget the issues. Let's talk about fear and anger.
That message, coming out of a CNN interview with Vice President Joe Biden, perfectly captures the media's role in the 2014 midterm elections.
Biden and Gloria Borger, CNN's chief political analyst, discussed the VP's future political ambitions and his take on whether the 2014 midterms will shift the balance of power in Washington in an interview that aired this morning

Read full piece/proof here.

Always helping their white supremacist allies which shows us where their loyalties lie;

Media Matters: Fox Cites White Nationalist Writer To Fearmonger About Refugees - Edwin S. Rubenstein Writes For White Nationalist Hate Site VDARE
Fox host Steve Doocy cited a report claiming refugees cost taxpayers $20,000 each. The report comes from Edwin S. Rubenstein, a writer for the website VDARE, which the Southern Poverty Law Center has described as "an anti-immigration hate website" with a white nationalist ideology that "regularly publishes articles by prominent white nationalists, race scientists and anti-Semites." From the June 10 edition of Fox News' Fox & Friends:

Direct link to a hate group suggesting a source for the anti-1st amendment and anti-15th amendment behavior;

Media Matters: Justice Department’s new “Religious Liberty Task Force” highlights the agency's troubling ties to Alliance Defending FreedomAlliance Defending Freedom is one of the most powerful and extreme anti-LGBTQ groups in the country
Attorney General Jeff Sessions announced the creation of a Department of Justice (DOJ) task force to enforce “religious liberty” rules that make it easier to discriminate against the LGBTQ community and others under the guise of “religious freedom." Such discrimination is a major part of the mission of anti-LGBTQ legal powerhouse Alliance Defending Freedom (ADF), and the announcement was followed by a panel that included a major ADF client and was moderated by an ADF staff alumna. Coupled with ADF's involvement in the announcement, the new task force demonstrates the influence of the group's extreme anti-LGBTQ views on the administration.
The Trump-Pence administration has shown a coziness with extreme anti-LGBTQ groups and with ADF, in particular. Sessions’ DOJ issued an unusual brief on behalf of Phillips before oral arguments in Masterpiece Cakeshop, and ADF alumni and allies have been hired by various agencies and nominated for federal judgeships. As Media Matters’ recently released research book details, ADF holds dozens of extreme anti-LGBTQ positions on nearly every every aspect of life, including supporting laws that would punish sodomy by imprisonment, writing in favor of Russia’s so-called “gay propaganda” law, and advocating against efforts to protect LGBTQ youth from the harmful and discredited practice of conversion therapy. The group is in many ways the most influential group working to roll back LGBTQ equality in the country, frequently targeting basic protections for transgender students and pushing religious exemptions policies.To learn more about the anti-LGBTQ positions of ADF, check out Media Matters’ interactive research book, “The extremism of anti-LGBTQ powerhouse Alliance Defending Freedom.”
Read full piece here.

Media Matters: Fox & Friends uses Massachusetts court ruling to fearmonger about sanctuary cities
Fox & Friends used a recent court ruling in Massachusetts regarding immigration to fearmonger about its impact on public safety in the state. On July 24, the Massachusetts Supreme Court ruled that local law enforcement could not keep people in custody due only to a request from federal authorities -- that if they are otherwise free to go, an “ICE detainer” cannot be used to prolong their detention. During the segment, co-host Steve Doocy claimed the ruling would make Massachusetts “the first sanctuary state” and “make the job of local police much harder,” and former police commissioner Ed Davis said the ruling “is going to adversely affect public safety.” But sanctuary policies don't lead to a decline in safety; studies have shown that sanctuary cities -- which limit cooperation with federal immigration enforcement -- are as safe or safer than other cities. And experts say that maintaining trust with immigrant communities is necessary in order to fight crime. From the July 26 edition of Fox News’ Fox & Friends:

Media Matters: Report: Donald Trump relies on Fox News programming to set the White House agenda
Politico is reporting that White House chief of staff John Kelly’s relationship with President Donald Trump is withering and that as they “have proven increasingly incompatible,” Fox News shows and personalities seem to be filling the void in the White House.
Media Matters has documented the Trump-Fox News feedback loop since the early days of the Trump administration, but as Trump continues to bring on former Fox News employees for White House positions, Fox’s influence over the administration is becoming more stark. Less than one month ago, Trump hireddisgraced former Fox News executive Bill Shine as White House communications director (a move Trump sycophant and “unofficial chief of staff” Sean Hannity staunchly endorsed). And now Politico reports that Kelly, who was ostensibly hired to “impose order on a chaotic” White House, has been unable to prevent the president from soliciting advice from a “coterie of outside advisers, including Fox News host Sean Hannity.” Trump is even reportedly setting his daily agenda by simply tuning into his favorite showFox & Friends, as a former White House official told Politico that Trump “comes down for the day, and whatever he saw on 'Fox and Friends,' he schedules meetings based on that.”

Moment of Zen? The right wing Nazi cult of 9/11 traitors that has turned a large portion of America against America!...

JUST BETWEEN US - THE BAD GUYS WON Jordan comes to terms with what it really means to be on President Trump's "winning" team.

Update Aug 2 2018:

Fox News IS Fake News!

BREAKING: Nazism Has Been Repackaged as "Conservatism"

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