Thursday, November 09, 2017


Zionist Bilderberg Rupert Murdoch and Bomber Trump go way back to 1983 when they honoured deep dark CIA agent Roy Cohn for his tireless work for Israel.

During the Republican primary contest, Donald Trump feuded frequently with Fox News, going after Megyn Kelly and, at the height of his pique, even skipping one of the network’s debates. That now seems like eons ago. When staunch Trump supporter Laura Ingraham launched her new 10 p.m. show last week, it represented a capstone in the yearlong remaking of Fox News in Trump’s image.

It also signaled that Fox fears increasing competition on its right flank.

The network’s new prime-time lineup, featuring Ingraham, Sean Hannity and Tucker Carlson, who was added in April, forms a three-hour nightly block of solid Trump cheerleading. Factor in the Trump-friendly morning show, “Fox & Friends,” on from 6 a.m. to 9 a.m., and during the network’s most-watched hours, seldom is heard a discouraging Trump word.

“I’ve read the stories about how the Murdochs have soured on Donald Trump, but you would not know it from their programming decisions,” said Charlie Sykes, the longtime conservative radio host and MSNBC contributor. “It certainly reflects the business model of conservative media right now. Pro-Trump viewers want a safe space. They want a reliable outlet that will defend the president and attack his critics, and Fox has apparently decided that it’s going to give them that.”

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