Rupert Murdoch’s Sunday Coffee Klatch – Chris Wallace Leads Today’s Trump Bashing Panel…

There’s a screen grab below the fold highlighting a specific moment of giggling glee for Chris Wallace.  Remember, Wallace is a presidential debate moderator; however, he’s also one of the three specific figures (outlined in multi-sourced media reports) who was given instructions by Fox owner Rupert Murdoch to take down Trump.

Together with George Will, Wallace transparently plays out the Murdoch agenda.  Watch George Will ridiculing any reasonable immigration position by saying Arizona Sheriff Joe Arpaio is the face of all things horrible against the poor and misunderstood illegal aliens. The condescension is actually quite remarkable:

This panels expressed delivery is the reason why we’ve stuck the previous outline on Murdoch’s agenda to the top of the page. The systemic hatred toward the candidacy of Donald Trump needs as much sunlight as possible in order for people to fully grasp the scope of how the elite ruling and chattering class are responding when their rigged systems are challenged by the ordinary electorate.

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Over the past fifteen months tens of millions of Americans have watched as Donald Trump ripped the masks from most of the modern professional punditry who espoused to be conservative yet hid their ideological nature as elite corporatists and globalists.

It began in June ’15 when millions of Fox News viewers saw the entire line-up of professional pundits proclaim: borders shouldn’t matter; border walls won’t work; illegal alien amnesty was the only viable solution to decades of unenforced immigration law; ObamaCare is not really all that bad, and the federal government doesn’t really need a budget.

….. And that was only in week #1 of Donald Trump’s campaign.

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Since June ’15, on almost every issue those same pundits have now transparently aligned themselves with Wall Street agenda items like global trade, tax policy, big government spending, and advocacy to including advancement of Speaker Paul ‘Omnibus’ Ryan.

However, as sharp reader DrudgeAddict smartly pointed out last year, these voices were the exact group who gathered together in an exclusive meeting with President Obama in 2009 to sing his praises after the ’08 election. Including :

  • George Will
  • Michael Barone
  • David Brooks
  • Charles Krauthammer
  • Bill Kristol
  • Lawrence Kudlow
  • Rich Lowry
  • Peggy Noonan

All in attendance for a dinner meeting with president Obama before he took office. The post-meeting/dinner report in The New Yorker Magazine holds the following quotes told by the glowing participants of their time with President Obama:

Richard Lowry:“the only presidential candidate from either party about whom there is a palpable excitement”.

Charles Krauthammer: “Obama would be a president with the political intelligence of a Bill Clinton harnessed to the steely self-discipline of a Vladimir Putin”, who would “bestride the political stage as largely as did Reagan.”

Bill Kristol:“I look forward to Obama’s inauguration with a surprising degree of hope and good cheer.”

Larry Kudlow: “[Obama] loves to deal with both sides of the issue.” “He revels in the back and forth. And he wants to keep the dialogue going with conservatives.”

Indeed, it sounds like a joyful political love-fest amid the smitten beltway punditry in 2009.

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So is it really a surprise to read or hear their current, and collective, opinion of the horribly unwashed pro-America vulgarian Trump?

Let’s review. Starting with the pundit who coined the term “vulgarian”, George Will:

George Will 2015: Donald Trump Supporters Need To Come Into The Republican Party On Our Terms, Not Theirs” (link with video)

Rich Lowry 2015:Look Trump attacks everyone but she’s become a much bigger target. And I think part of what’s going on here is that last debate. Let’s be honest, Carly cut his balls off with the precision of a surgeon. (link with video)

Charles Krauthammer 2015: …”[…] And the pity is this: this is the strongest field of Republican candidates in 35 years. You could pick a dozen of them at random and have the strongest cabinet America has had in our lifetime, and instead, all of our time is spent discussing this rodeo clown.” (link)

Bill Kristol 2015: […] “I doubt I’d support Donald. I doubt I’d support the Democrat. I think I’d support getting someone good on the ballot as a third party candidate.” (link)

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( Via Instapundit ) AUGUST 2015 […] GOP establishment is trying so hard to discredit Trump that they don’t seem to realize that they are angering a large portion of their own constituency, which is hungering for leadership and a willingness to openly defy P.C. norms. To paraphrase Hamlet, me thinks they dost protest too much, and it is beginning to backfire on them and cause them to take openly hypocritical positions.

Indeed, they are now taking the position that deporting illegal immigrants is wrong. Oh, how the establishment loves to talk tough on immigration when it suits its purposes of ginning up conservatives on election day. But when a candidate comes along who actually wants to do something about the issue–and isn’t afraid to defy political correctness to do so–the GOP establishment suddenly cries foul, and brands him a fool, dictator, or police state zealot. The necessary implication is that the GOP establishment is all hat, no cattle on immigration.

No wonder increasing numbers of those who self-identify as Republican now openly abhor the party, and it totters on the brink of implosion. (link)

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344 Responses to Rupert Murdoch’s Sunday Coffee Klatch – Chris Wallace Leads Today’s Trump Bashing Panel…

  1. peachteachr says:

    I love, love, love the eagle and Trump with his words superimposed on the screen. So agree.
    Carpe Diem, treepers, carpe diem. Let’s all agree to ask at least 1 person or one fb strand a day to join us and help to elect Mr. Trump.as our next president
    So excited to be a part of this great election.

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    • TheOldBear says:

      I am done with being a Republican! I only vote that way to stop the democraps onslaught. Hopefully Trump will mold it into something that represents the hearts and minds of the Anerican people. If not let it implode and out of the ashes we will get something new and better that will always put America first.

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      • singingsoul says:

        Interesting they bring forth housing discrimination. Trump took it to court and won. He has a right as owner to set standards what black and white tenants he can lease too and those who not. I recall that was the case and not if a person was white or black.
        It angers me when people right out lie and pretend to be honest and democrats are champions of that.

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        • Toronto Tonto says:

          This was 1973, the beta run for the CRA, I believe. Eventually, this policy would bring down the global economy. Trump has been on the front lines against the Dems for longer than most can remember.

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        • ALEX says:

          Yes…I heard an black fellow call our local station with the housing story. After he spilled the normal bilge the program hosts told him how the case turned out. He didn’t like the answer. Then the host said something like” come on Darrel, you know the authorities can charge you with anything right”…old Darrel was crest fallen….

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        • HoneyB says:

          And notice how that commentator phrased it “Donald Trump has a history of housing discrimination going back 30 years”, making it sound as though this wasn’t an event dredged up from 30 years ago, but has been ongoing for 30 years. They always know how to turn a phrase to make Trump look as bad as possible. Makes me sick.

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      • AnnaS says:

        I have been lifelong Republican. No more. I will vote for Trump but the likes of Will, Hume, and the NRO and American Standard bunch and now Fox have shown me that I supported a party that no more has my best interests at heart than the Democrats! How demoralizing to fin this late that I bought into a total fantasy!

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        • Howie says:

          I could only stand 2 minutes and 17 seconds of that crap. I am so glad I cut the tv cable. Those awful people are disgusting.

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          • Peg_C says:

            I have a zero tolerance policy for them. Although, hubby says Kudlow has come around in recent months.

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          • Eskyman says:

            I had intentions of watching the whole putrid thing; but like you, I cut it while George Will was mid-lie. Couldn’t stomach any more of that bilge, or hearing any more from that supercilious condescending hoity-toity jerk Will.

            I’m also glad that I cut the cable long ago, the internet is fine but I just can’t handle the constant barrage of lies and idiocy coming from the “dam noisy box” as my Dad used to call it.

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        • Peg_C says:

          Same. I went Indie after the NY congressional primary. I detest the GOP and want Trump to completely dismantle and rebuild it. Hey, I don’t expect much. 😉

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          • foncag1 says:

            Trump and Pence need Republicans in Congress. Democrats are Marxists. The price of compromising on judicial nominees could be no fix for illegal immigration and no changes in trade.

            I know that Republicans don’t want new policies. It is much easier to get Republicans to help a Republican-controlled administration than to get Democrats to help because Democrats share none of our values. I understand that Republicans will block these policies, too, but a Democrat-controlled Senate would be a disaster. Republicans do have incentives to help a Trump and Pence administration, but Democrats have none. Democrats will pick the most inflexible, ideological senator to be the leader, and the press will not be different after the election. If Clinton does win, she will stack the courts with radical nominees. All of the courts will be gone. I’m a Christian, and entire industries are closing to us now because of the political correctness and the current environment.

            Democrats want gun control. Some Democrats want court decisions to overturn our first and second amendments. Sites like this will be gone with a Clinton administration and a Democrat-controlled Senate that will give her the nominees she wants. Republicans can and have blocked some things, like climate change and gun control treaties. We will have a dictatorship with Democrats in control. Think about voting for Republicans for Senate just to keep Democrats from forcing through a quick decline of the nation and the total loss of our freedoms.

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            • chbailey says:

              For these reasons, and through weighing all the comments at CTH over the months on this same topic, I have decided to vote for weak Republican candidates (for Congressional and Senatorial seats at both the state and federal level). I did this during the primaries, but after that, I began wavering because they are so odious. But now I agree with you since they will be more likely to move with the strong Republican leadership in the President Trump administration (which will necessarily effect state governance).

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    • Peg_C says:

      This eagleholic loves it, too! I’ve shared it with everyone I know (always giving SD the credit of course!).

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  2. oldgrunt68 says:

    I listened for years believing the fraudulent froth from these jokers. It was all a sham. To think I liked Hume, and today he was so in the tank for HIllary. It was a show as a hit piece on Trump. All of them hate Trump………it was obvious. And to think I thought these people were pro American conservatives. I am ashamed.

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    • jackphatz says:

      I don’t mind the fact they don’t like Trump, after all, we don’t like Cruz, Jeb and so on. It’s the fact they openly despise those who do support him and are obviously “anti Pro American”. You can not embrace Hillary in any way and still be for America.

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      • Jett Black says:

        ^^This^^exactly^^! I sometimes listen to a Roman Catholic radio station and could not believe my ears when they had a panel discussing the presidential race the other day–clearly completely anti-Trump with all the usual, mis-informed, skewed, misquoted hit lines about immigration. Meanwhile, they fully acknowledge that HELLary is fully supportive of the most making the most liberal access to abortion imaginable a full-fledged, government supported right, yet no statement that a position, under RC doctrine amounting to aiding and abetting millions of murders of the most innocent souls on the planet, disqualifies her and compels RCs to vote against her however their consciences may lead. How is that possible? They acknowledge that <0bummer’s policies of essentially only taking in Muslim “refugees” seems wrong and that HELLary would do the same thing, but no denunciation, no statement that RC’s cannot, without risking their souls, support/vote for her! The cognitive dissonance, the “Stockholm Syndrome” symptoms are unbelievable!

        Same for the never Trump idjits! When it comes down to it, I and any decent American citizen not just should, but must vote for any non-communist candidate other than HELLary or they are no American at all. Since Mr. Trump is the only other candidate with any chance of winning the election and actually defeating HELLary, it’s game over. End of story. Lights out. The fat lady as sung. Anyone not voting for Mr. Trump in this election (maybe not the next one, but we’ll see) deserves to be convicted of treason and should never have the right to vote in an USA election at any level again. And I’m especially looking at you, Flake, Will, Wallace, Hume, Levin, Beck, Cruz, and all the rest–traitors to your party, but moreso to the nation. At least now we know for sure who you are!

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        • jackphatz says:

          Sadly, the majority of people are not interested in the world around them, only THEIR world around them. You have to take away their world to make them see it’s on fire and about to die off.
          I also feel most folks assume the Constitution keeps them safe and immune to the ills of the world. Nothing could be further from reality.

          It’s not hard to understand why people have turned their backs on the RCC and most religions really. Ones spirituality is more important to them then belonging to an organized social gathering . Church worked best when people didn’t have an social outlet.

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        • Paul says:

          Wide open borders and “comprehensive immigration reform” are the highest of priorities for what appears to be the overwhelming majority of the bishops in this country. The souls of their flock and their own souls in jeopardy are taking the backseat to aiding the globalist agenda of destroying national sovereignty. We must pray without ceasing and work like we’ve never worked before to elect Donald Trump on November 8th.

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      • Marc says:

        George Will is the worst kind of snobbish, elitist atheists. The ones in academia that think they know everything and you’re merely gunk stuck on the bottom of their shoe.

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      • ron says:

        We’re fly-over country. They’re Washington. Doesn’t matter which party. Politician or pundit, doesn’t matter. They’re inside the club, we’re outside. Yet their livelihoods depend on us.

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        • Peg_C says:

          They’re not conservatives. IMHO conservatism is NOT a contemptuous, condescending, morally preening elitism over anyone. These people are the most insufferable of snobs who despise the rest of us.

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        • jackphatz says:

          Our livelihoods do not depend on them. All we can do is totally rebuff and ignore them. I haven’t watched any of these shows in over 10 years. You learn more by not listening to them.

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      • Ken Watson says:

        In the case of Cruz there is no point in ‘liking’ or ‘disliking’. He is not eligible for the office he seeks. Is there no wiggle room? Maybe but not under Strict Construction, his alleged core principle. Funny how the one area he shows flexibility is the one that aligns with his life’s ambitions. Rubio, same same.

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      • NC PATRIOT says:

        And they LIE about him, too. He’s never been a racist and still isn’t !

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    • singingsoul says:

      I never liked Fox. Actually never was found of TV programs except some travel program . I liked some of the old shows

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    • They are the biggest bigots / racists ever! I hate every one of them. I used to think like you about humes! He used to call himself a Christian! He is the biggest jerk of all! So are Charles and the rest of them!

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  3. keebler AC says:

    Murdoch is for open borders in America, and yet, his home country of Australia has one of the most restrictive immigration policies.

    The Murdochs are afraid of what will happen when Trump expedites the FBI investigations of Fox and its association to Clinton’s RICO racketeering. The Murdochs are already in trouble in the UK for journalistic espionage of 911 victims!

    GET READY TO TAKE FOX AND THE MURDOCHS DOWN ALONG WITH CROOKED CLINTONS!

    http://www.breitbart.com/big-government/2016/01/29/fox-is-one-of-the-biggest-donors-to-the-clintons/ :

    The parent company of Fox News has helped to finance the career of Hillary Clinton. In fact, the company has helped a lot.

    21st Century Fox/News Corp. ranks ninth on the list of the top “corporate and union donors to the Clintons over two decades,” according to a little-noticed list compiled by The Wall Street Journal in 2014. The list counts donations from “companies, foundations, and employees.”

    21st Century Fox also ranks as the 13th biggest contributor to Hillary Clinton during her political career, according to a database maintained by the Center for Responsive Politics. The database credits the Rupert Murdoch-owned company as having pitched in $340,936 to her campaigns. That puts Fox just below Lehman Brothers, but eleven spots below second-place Goldman Sachs, on the pro-Clinton list.

    “The organizations themselves did not donate, rather the money came from the organizations’ PACs, their individual members or employees or owners, and those individuals’ immediate families. Organization totals include subsidiaries and affiliates,” the database notes.

    Murdoch’s charitable foundation and his son James are also contributors to the Clinton Foundation, which is now reportedly being examined by the FBI, which is investigating Hillary Clinton for possible Espionage Act violations regarding her private email use and also possible instances of public corruption regarding the Foundation.

    The News Corporation Foundation is listed on the Clinton Foundation website as a donor to the tune of between $500,001 and $1,000,000, placing it alongside progressive donor heavyweights like Peter Lewis and Paul Newman’s foundation.

    James R. Murdoch, meanwhile, is listed as a Clinton Foundation donor to the tune of between $1,000,001 and $5,000,000.

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  4. Paul B. says:

    Time for Will to hang it up. Not sure what bug he has under his saddle, but he’s lost the big picture and his objectivity.

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    • arete55 says:

      Can not loose what you never had

      We have been repeatedly misled by these exceptionally pretentious, pedantic, and purposely slotted liberal hit-men (women)….. A mean-spirited condescension to the salt of the earths, who believe in a transcendent creator and refuse to genuflect to their intellectual arrogance, while fighting to preserve the freedom of the individual to craft his/her own way to salvation….eschewing, at all costs, the statist orthodoxy of control and subjugation,

      Pharisees all

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      • Jett Black says:

        Right you are Arete–and it goes way back. People trusted Walter Duranty’s reporting on the early days of Soviet Russia, but it was all propaganda, all rosey lies that hid the horrors of genocide by famine, the labor/death camps Hitler modeled his after, and more, while Stalin lived higher than the czars. I used to think Walter Cronkite was an honorable reporter, but learning more about his politicized, anti-American (especially anti military) reporting during Viet Nam made it clear he, too, was just an anti-American, prog stooge. None of them can be trusted any further than you can verify for yourself.

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    • ladypenquin says:

      George Will couldn’t stand Ronald Reagan either. Will is a NE Republican elitist and can’t stand brushing shoulders with the Common People – though we’re head and shoulders above the likes of him.

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      • yy4u says:

        I disagree. George Will is a mole, a Democrat who understood he could do more damage to the Republican Party INSIDE the party than as just one more Democrat hack OUTSIDE the party.

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    • swissik says:

      Was he ever objective? Never could stand the guy, his picture should be in the dictionary next to the word disingenuous.

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  5. Trumped says:

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  6. keebler AC says:

    FOX trouble in UK. The Murdochs go to other countries and wreak havoc with their money and media power. Very dangerous entity. Time to re-examine these and re-new efforts to destroy the Murdoch’s destructive influence on countries outside of their own.

    This is FOX NEWS boycott website. There should be lists of its advertisers whom should be boycotted too.

    http://foxnewsboycott.com/ :

    FOX News’ parent company, News Corporation, is embroiled in a phone hacking scandal that has shone a spotlight on the detestable practices its owner, Rupert Murdoch, promotes as journalism.

    The ever-growing scandal has shut down one newspaper, led to multiple arrests and numerous resignations in the UK, and an FBI investigation into allegations that News Corp. staff may have sought to hack the voicemail of victims of 9/11 and their families in the US.

    And now a committee in the UK parliament has issued a report blasting both Rupert Murdoch and his son James (also an executive at News Corp.) for their complicity in the scandal, concluding that Rupert Murdoch is “not a fit person to exercise stewardship of a major international company.”

    It’s time for the FCC to take action. The law requires that the FCC consider the “character” of media owners when deciding whether to grant, deny or revoke a broadcast license.

    Tell the FCC: Enforce the law. Revoke the broadcast licenses held by Rupert Murdoch’s media empire. Click here to automatically sign the petition.

    We already knew that the hacking activities at the center of the scandal were not limited to a few rogue reporters, but reflect systematic orchestration from the highest levels of News Corp. This new report, however, is the clearest evidence yet that the rot went all the way to the top.
    ..

    As Melanie Sloan, the Executive Director of Citizens for Responsibility and Ethics in Washington (CREW) — the nonpartisan watchdog group — aptly put it, “If [Rupert and James Murdoch] are not passing the character standard under British law, it seems to me that they are not going to meet the character standard in America.”

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    • freddy says:

      If we are going to boycott them then start with Chris Wallace and make it in no uncertain terms his bias and biddings for his boss disqualify him from being a mod.. Get him out I can’t stand the sight of that nasty little man nor his voice……

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      • NC PATRIOT says:

        Not sure I agree—-Chris is a tough questioner—–and he was with Hillary as well on his recent interview, He is an equal opportunity antagonist. I think he will be pointed and probing with both of them. And Trump has faced him before–as debate moderator—-and in 3-4 1:1 interviews.

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    • freddy says:

      That website bashes FOX viewers as violent crazies and uses lots of weird posts to prove it. Not sure I like that being called racist again… Who runs that site…Soros….

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    • wyntre says:

      That article is more than four years old. I believe Murdoch settled those issues. Not that I support the old geezer but just pointing out the fact it was posted in May, 2012.

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    • Sandra-VA says:

      This is all old news and has since been “resolved”.

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    • Jedi9 says:

      Don’t count on the FCC to do anything for they have gone rogue and are in bed with the establishment! Also the real threat facing the free world right now, and I hope that Sundance and other alternative media outlets such as this site start to cover exclusively the internet giveaway by Obama to the UN for control. This is a really, really big deal and it should not be allowed to happen! Less than 25 days to go before this happens and no one is talking about it! PLEASE some one start talking about this, start protesting this threat!

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  7. Dora says:

    Money makes the world go ’round; the world go ’round; the world go ’round …..

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    • keebler AC says:

      Basically, with Hillary, unless you as an American or you as a country have loads of wealth, she is not interested in having a dialog with you except to toss out rhetorical epithets in a one-way manner.

      You don’t deserve Your Highness’s attention and time without $$. Hence, no press conference nor rallies in your town for Q&A and conversation. She’s not interested in your needs unless you have the money to donate to her campaign and foundation. She’s not for the people. Crooked Hildabeat isfor the wealthy, not American people.

      And the way to get the wealthy to pay her is to accumulate power over the people and country. This is Barack Obama too. The only reason Michelle and Barack were interested in keeping fat black kids to nil is to make themselves and their race look better. Did they care that these kids go from eating non-nutricious food to cardboard food? No. As long as it makes Barack and Michelle look better being from a thin race. Nevermind that Michelle is a tub of lard herself and there are plenty of pretty slim black women all over the world.

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  8. keebler AC says:

    “A strong America is not good for us” ~ Prince Al-Waleed bin Talal

    the second largest stockholder of FOX stock, H/T > politifact.com

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  9. Since you mentioned “illegal” (all of them are “criminals”, they’ve broken our laws coming here illegally) immigration, what does Rudy think we will feel about this statement about “law abiding” “illegals” getting to stay in our nation???

    http://www.newsmax.com/Headline/rudy-giuliani-trump-immigration-right/2016/09/04/id/746593/?ns_mail_uid=6458311&ns_mail_job=1685248_09042016&s=al&dkt_nbr=krzrpj3d

    What he describes, is amnesty… Whiskey tango foxtrot with this one.

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    • keebler AC says:

      Rupert Murdoch himself was an illegal alien. He purchased favor with Bill Clinton and was allowed to own a news station as an illegal alien. Murdoch needs to be deported along with the rest.

      You don’t have to be Mexican to be illegal. Many entered the country illegally through Pay for Play under the elitists’ control. This is one of the most dangerous because these illegal aliens who receive special favors have wealth to control America. Just like the Murdochs.

      Their citizenships can be revoked and abiilty to travel to America banned. The UK as Brexit should consider this too with the Murdochs.

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    • Trumped says:

      Rudy is saying that to “soften” Trump to the targeted audience(not you).

      And yes a violent or drug related criminal will be handled different to a “good” family.
      This doesn’t mean amnesty. Citizenship is of the table anyway.

      What Trump himself says counts.

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    • Jett Black says:

      Get a grip. We are not used to being told the truth, so when Mr. Trump and those helping him tell the unvarnished truth, it worries us–in this case, it shouldn’t. I’ve been worrying about and seeing these kinds of statements reported and taken out of context ad nauseam. But the real, honest, common sense truth is that we have to focus and use resources wisely to build the wall, get rid of the worst scum first, and fix the broken system the progs and USCOC created, where immigration laws are not only deliberately not enforced, but are even turned on their heads by making it illegal discrimination for an employer to fire or not hire a person because they’re an illegal alien. When those things are done, we can reassess the situation and determine what further enforcement action is appropriate to get rid of the remaining illegals. If the vast majority self-deport, because the job and welfare “magnets” get shut off, it would have been foolish to devote massive resources to searching for them, arresting them, and deporting them. We will never have a 100% secure border or eliminate 100% of all illegal aliens–it’s just not possible, nor is it reasonable. So again, get a grip. No one in the Trump camp is calling for shamnesty–they’re just telling the real, common sense truth. Get used to it!

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      • You get a grip and try some social etiquette when replying to others. What Rudy said sounds like a half truth, and until I see it in POLITICS at this point I don’t buy it. You don’t know me or where I’ve been… But I learned the hardest way of all that the trillions at stake mean much more to them than you think.

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    • singtune says:

      “the human condition”~ 1st I do Not TRUST “Newsmax” or RUDDY” that runs “Newsmax”~! You & i herd what TRUMP said~~& he said “No Amnesty” & that all Illegals must Leave before they can register for Legal Status. Rudy often says things in Public that are not valid & then the Press exaggerates~! Think about what Rudy said about Christie a week or so ago & that was not true either.

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      • My point is written above in reply to JettBlack, and at this point Rudy needs to shut his trap if he plans on even hinting of amnesty for criminal aliens. They are ALL criminals, having entered this nation criminally and staying. Those in office who allow it are traitors that should be dealt with according to the Constitution!

        There are too many people out there that will take a statement like that to heart, and it will crush their spirit, possibly to the point of just sitting it out while assuming that one Donald J. Trump has a “problem with the truth” himself. Surrogate speak or not… Yep, that’s my “concern”. 😉

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        • singtune says:

          I Agree~~that Rudy has to Really be careful, & so far he has NOT been doing that~! TRUMP & Rudy are obviously saying different things here. As TRUMP said NO Amnesty & that ALL Illegal’s MUST leave FIRST, before applying for Citizenship~!

          Communication is KEY & I think TRUMP is too Trusting of Rudy in this situation , & may NOT know what Rudy is saying on TV. I think Rudy is ONE of just a few that TRUMP trusts, so I doubt if he is Monitoring what Rudy says. TRUMP will TELL Rudy ~~if this Information gets back to him. Hopefully Ivanka, Eric or Don Jr. will see this & tell him or he Reads this blog & finds out for himself.

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          • Jett Black says:

            Rudy, Kellyeanne and even Pence have seemed to go a little off the reservation, then get pulled back in, presumably by Mr. Trump himself, who ultimately is the only voice in this race who matters. I haven’t heard Mr. Trump waver in his no amnesty stand.

            I wish that when these adversarial “journos” try to gotcha Mr. Trump and his helpers with this heart strings BS, that they would respond with something like:

            “Imagine what wonderful things responsible, hard working, law abiding people could do for their home countries, like Mexico, Honduras, Guatemala, etc. Look at what is happening to those countries as their workers, heads of households, families leave. For the good of everyone, all nations need to work together to build borders and immigration policies that are fair and enforced. If anyone wants to be a citizen of the USA or any country, they must follow the applicable law. Otherwise, they should not be allowed to stay in this or any country. Immigration into the USA or any other sovereign nation is not a right–it’s a privilege. Anyone who can’t or won’t come legally to the USA needs to stay in their own country and make it great!”

            Adversaries want to pluck heart strings, well pluck them harder.

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  10. redsequin4 says:

    We have a scandalous Democrat Presidential candidate, who has seriously put our national security at risk, lied over and over again to the American people, pretends she doesn’t know ‘C’ stands for Classified, yet the NeverTrumpers save all their vitriol and hatred for Donald Trump because he’s exposed them for the snakes they are.

    I wonder why the Trump campaign hasn’t complained about the terrible group of moderators picked for the debates?

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    • swissik says:

      I wondered about that myself. Do the candidates not have a say in choosing the moderators? It happens every four years that the Repubs put up with these far left types. I can only conclude that the RNC must be stupid.

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    • Jett Black says:

      I think the Trump campaign may have complained, but in the end, it may be better to let the 5th Column go as far out as possible, so the bias will be really, really obvious.

      I very much hope that Mr. Trump will have some well-planned, scripted, quick responses to some of the guaranteed disinformation and gotcha questions we can predict they’ll throw out. Also as I said long ago, when the eminent domain darts were flying, he needs to have some pictures handy–like a picture of the old lady’s house he was accused of demolishing using eminent domain, that was still there, intact years after Mr. Trump completed his project in the area; some pictures of the people who HELLary killed at Benghazi; copy of the email probably hacked from HELLary referring to Shahram Amiri, the Iranian nuclear scientist who was recently executed. These are video events and we live in a video age–people say all kinds of things, but a video, picture, or hard copy of a document are worth thousands of words and are effectively impossible for an unstable fool like HELLary to counter.

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  11. George Will is a worm.

    Joe Arpaio has alleged document forgery and fraud in the production of the document that was offered to discredit the “birthers.” Why does George Will ignore the allegations of forgery and fraud involving the president of the United States identity documents?

    George Will is a worm.

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    • keebler AC says:

      George Will is a corpse. Does anyone take these Murdoch shills seriously any more?

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      • Only a totally biased never Trump soar bitter loser….. they are still crying their guy lost so they take these people seriously.

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        • Jett Black says:

          They are crying over the trillions of dollars their puppet masters are going to lose and how utterly screwed they are, since they signed their souls over to the devil. They are coming to a vague, panicked understanding that they will fall much farther–there is no bottom and the burning never stops where their train is headed.

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    • Dora says:

      George Will knows the document is a forgery. He just wants to bring up the subject again because he thinks it will anger some African Americans. He is obviously concerned about the wonderful day Trump had in Detroit and all the new friends he made there.

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    • Curry Worsham says:

      Appropriately, he’s using a liberal talking point.

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  12. Walker says:

    This video of Mike Wallace et. al. is why I not longer watch FOX news.
    Go Trump!!

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  13. If they are so smart why did Trump get over 20% in the primary. Remember that 20% ceiling. 😉👍

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  14. ALEX says:

    I remember reading the comments of those pundits Sundance listed at that time.

    Even then I had an mental picture of Jeremiah Wright spewing his hate with Barack and Michelle laughing with their young children baptized by that monster at their side.

    You can see where the Chamberlains of history come into play….Hitler wrote and spoke of what he was going to do. It was all spelled out.

    We are very fortunate these pundits have very little power. Republican politicians have no excuse for allowing what may be irreparable harm come to the fabric of this country.

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    • Jett Black says:

      I heard an interview with an Egyptian convert to Christianity who is a speaker and writer, revealing pisslam for what it really is (sorry, I didn’t catch the first of the show where he was introduced). He firmly believes that <0bummer is a secret pisslamist. He heard somewhere that Wright’s “church” accepted and fostered pisslamists within its congregation, so he called and asked about how they would feel about he, as an Egyptian muslim, joining their church, even if he continued to believe in Allah and Mo Ham Head, as his prophet–apparently they were very very warm and welcoming and not because they wanted to preach the Good News of Jesus Christ to him, but to have him as he represented himself–as a committed muslim. So then he asked is that how BHO joined and got complete silence, then a no comment, but not a denial in response. Very telling. Wright is likely even worse than the black racist BS we know about.

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  15. freeperjim says:

    Kellyanne Conway handled Lyin’ Paul Ryan’s BFF (John Dickerson) quite well on Face The Nation…

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  16. Trumped says:

    Things are changing.. Black monster vote coming around..
    If Trump keeps doing what he does then even more black people will come out more comfortably..
    This is a borderline Trump endorsement in reaction to Trumps inclusive message and outreach

    “Rapper Sean Combs Says Obama SHORTCHANGED Blacks, Tells Them to WITHHOLD Vote For Hillary! ” (many likely 30 – 40 age bracket black voters are familiar with Combs)

    The idea that the dems are good for black people is crumbling apart thanks to Trump.

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  17. Hillbilly4 says:

    All of them:
    George Will Michael Barone David Brooks Charles Krauthammer
    Bill Kristol Lawrence Kudlow Rich Lowry Peggy Noonan

    Are white devils who, like Hillary, speak with forked tongue, and bifurcated tail. The worst is Charles..for a man on considerable intellect, he is as phony as a $3 dollar bill. When they want his opinion, Murdoch gives it to him.
    Remember the quote: ‘Fox News is not real news’. They will be trailing CNN in about 5 months.

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  18. What polls are they talking about that Trump is at 0% of the African-American Vote in swing states? One of the recent Florida polls had him at 20% of the African-American vote. A recent Citivas poll in North Carolina had Trump getting something like 33% of the black vote. Why do these panelists leave this info out? It’s a rhetorical question…I know the answer to my own question.

    If Trump was at 0% and couldn’t build on the number, he wouldn’t be wasting his time. By reaching out to African-Americans, Trump obviously sees that he has a chance to build on Romney’s numbers.

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    • And by the way, I was at the Chicago Jazz festival yesterday in downtown Chicago and saw an older African-American woman wearing a “Hillary for Prison” shirt with the info wars.com logo on the back of it. It gave me hope.

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      • yy4u says:

        Blacks are in a pickle. I think they understand Obama and the Democrats have done nothing but make their situation worse and stop the progress they were making in its tracks. But they’ve been indoctrinated for so long to believe if they don’t vote for the Democrats, they’ll be put back into Jim Crow days, so they can’t really trust the Republicans. Donald Trump has a long history of being fair to blacks of treating them equally and with respect. Whether we can get that out through the media filter is another question, but I agree that if Trump were to win and if he were allowed to implement his policies, he’d win the black vote by 95% in four years. All it would take is for him to show them that they don’t have to live in ghettos with lousy schools just so they can be kept ignorant and undereducated in order for Democrats to get their votes.

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  19. wyntre says:

    China puts out the red carpet for Putin but makes Obama use the back entrance.

    No one respects the POS, nor will they respect his successor. I think it’s over for them. With foreign governments as powerful as China and Russia signalling their complete contempt for the POS regime I’m hoping that signals a Trump victory.

    Oh, and the lights went pout during Kerry;s presentation. Coincidence? Nah.

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    • wyntre says:

      For contrast:

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      • fuzzi says:

        Obama had to go to the back of the bus?

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      • gigi says:

        Obama will come back and take that snub out on us!

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      • JeremyR says:

        Not exactly the back entrance, that is the nose wheel right there. Rather that is a lower self contained stair case.

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        • wyntre says:

          But no red carpet as was provided for other G-20 members.

          Roughly at the same time as China’s infamous snub of Obama’s arrival at Hangzhou for the G-20 summit, when the G-20 host nation’s delegation first made sure there was no staircase for Obama to exit the plane and descend on the red carpet; forcing the president of the world’s most powerful nation to use an emergency exit…

          . followed by a shouting match by a Chinese official who unleashed on the US Press corps and national security advisor Susan Rice, blocking them from crossing a blue rope holding back press and saying “This is our country. This is our airport”, Chinese officials had no such problems greeting Russian president Vladimir Putin with full honors, whose arrival – on the red carpet – took place without a glitch.

          Obama, in the last five months of his presidency, is using the visit to put a final stamp on his signature policy shift toward the Pacific, setting the tone for his White House successor, who will be elected in November and take office on Jan. 20. Judging by this weekend’s incidents, Chinese opinion of the highest US political institutions has never been lower.

          http://www.zerohedge.com/news/2016-09-04/after-snubbing-obama-china-gives-putin-red-carpet-treatment-warns-against-protection

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      • Curry Worsham says:

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        • wyntre says:

          Out-frigging-standing!

          Did you compile? Love it.

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        • Jett Black says:

          Looks like Mr. Putin speaks Chinese, so he can communicate smoothly without need of the interpreters, <0bummer required. I’d bet <0bummer can’t speak any other language even 10% as well as the poor, stuttering English we hear from him.

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          • yy4u says:

            I don’t know whether Vlad speaks Chinese or not, but it’s possible. He’s smart, that one. I saw him on Sixty Minutes last year (Trump and Obama also were on). You could tell by the expression that Putin understood the English question BEFORE the interpreter translated for him. I read later he speaks fluent German, Russian and English. Chinese wasn’t mentioned. The three men were interviewed separately by Sixty Minutes, but the comparison between them was striking. Obama came off as a not very bright immature Beta manchild while Trump and Putin came off as mature Alpha males. Why Sixty Minutes would have had this trio on I’ll never figure out, but it was back before anyone DREAMED (except us of course) that Trump would win the nomination. I think everyone (BUT US) thought it’d be Bush v Clinton in a replay of 1992 and even if Bush won it wouldn’t matter to the 1%ers because he’d do the same things Hillary would do only with the press pretending we the people weren’t getting schlonged.

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      • He is the ass of air force one. No caps as they are not deserved at this point in time.

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    • Maybe this is an indication they know TPP won’t happen under his watch, so they feel free to dis him.

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    • yy4u says:

      Just goes to prove that nobody respects an arsekisser like Obama. He’s bussed every national leader’s posterior from his apology tour to the current TPP and while they’ll gladly accept any of the goodies he hands out courtesy of the American taxpayer, their disrespect for him shows, just like their respect for Putin shows.

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  20. Travis McGee says:

    Bottom line, there’s only one thing we can do about it and that is vote for Trump and hope like hell he wins. Any way you look at it the republican party won’t be the same. If he wins he’ll shake the crap out of them and the boneheads of the bunch will leave the party. If he loses, god forbid, there will be a whole lot of republicans in congress that won’t get a vote from the grassroots ever again thus changing the party for a long long time.

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  21. WILLIAM F BUCKLEY GHOST says:

    George Will is another self-proclaimed political expert of the same tribe as Krauthammer, Kristol, Brooks, Rubin and Levin!

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  22. sheridan says:

    Isn’t Chis Wallace the mind numbing “dumb” talking head that asked the most ridiculous question ” Mr Rubio please could you turn to Mr Trump and explain to Mr Trump why you think he is not qualified to be President” (paraphrased)
    And then Marco Rubio turned to Mr Trump and actually complied. Instead of asking Chris Wallace if he was common core educated or his elevator didn’t go to the top floor. I thought at that point that Chris Wallace was the most self sabotaging fool I ever saw on television. He lowered himself to the gutter with that question and can’t ever be taken seriously even as a pretend journalist. There were two morons on the stage that night and neither of them was Donald Trump. This Chris Wallace is a really bad joke. The debate is obviously being set up to a continuation of the circus of the obscene we saw in the Primary debates.

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  23. datagooroo says:

    Three old egg head whites guys talking about the black vote! Yes, very good point, David, let me expand on that…we’ve been advising Republicans for decades and managed to steer less minorities to the party consistently. Well done, well done chap. Intellectual brilliance on our part.

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    • Jett Black says:

      You need a mop and bucket to clean up all the sarcasm dripping off this comment–nicely done.

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    • Duhders says:

      😂😂😂😂. My thoughts exactly, not a single black panelist. As if these people know the inner city black community; anytime I see these jokers with their verbal diarrhea about this topic all I can think of is Steve Martin in The Jerk.

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  24. gigi says:

    I never liked Mike Wallace but I can’t stand his son Chris!!!

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  25. Thucydides says:

    Why not organize a boycott of Fox advertisers?

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  26. Beth says:

    A friend has sarcastically labeled this gaggle of pundits as the Royal Loyal Opposition.

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  27. Geri Smith says:

    Will’s a shill for Hill, but I can’t vote for Trump, if he won’t deport all illegals and gets rid of anchor babies. I wish him good luck.

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  28. John Galt says:

    Fun Fact: Murdoch owned company is the world’s largest publisher of Bibles. The immutable word of God — with 23,000 edits.

    http://content.usatoday.com/communities/religion/post/2011/07/did-you-buy-your-bible-from-rupert-murdoch/1#.V8zdNXUrL0o

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    • Jett Black says:

      The more I learn about the Bible and especially about the NIV, the more convinced I become that it is a false, misleading attempt to subvert the Word of God. Now is the time to really put into practice the discernment Christ, the Apostles, and Paul told us we would have to exercise to avoid being misled by false prophets, false “Christs” and even the anti-Christ.

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  29. The media isn’t going to reform itself. Shouldn’t we simply encourage people to ignore it? I do.

    This is a unique time in history where such a tactic might just work for a while. No one I know watches TV. Sure, people watch shows, but they stream and/or DVR precisely to avoid commercials. Stop watching and the ratings will tank, MSM profits drop, it snowballs, etc.

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  30. The Recent Republican says:

    Trump had a great week, and still the media trashes him. It’s unbelievable.

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  31. Lee Snyder says:

    The nevertrump buds are so full of self-importance, they will sacrifice this nation. They don’t want the cage rattled. I am amazed at the number of establishment members that risk destruction of the republican party, If Trump wins, their influence is over. If ills wins, their party is over and will never recover. Either way, they are political crap, No one can accuse them of patriotism.

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  32. Batman says:

    My comment is more suited to the earlier post, but I want to make sure it is seen. I would like to offer a different perspective.

    Regarding Gabriel Sherman’s article on Ailes’ Angels in New York Magazine – We need to keep our eyes on Hebert and Marion Sandler. I think they are on a mission to take down the Right Wing Press. Yes, I know Fox has betrayed us, and Ailes might be a letch, but to those on the Left, like Soros and the Sandlers, Fox News is a problem.

    Gabriel Sherman wrote the unauthorized biography of Roger Ailes that was basically a hit piece.

    Gabriel Sherman’s wife, Jennifer Stahl, is (was?) an editor at ProPublica. ProPublica is a non-profit group, the love child of two Democrat donors, Herbert and Marion Sandler, both billionaires, partly responsible for the sub prime mortgage financial crisis. They funded ACORN and Air America. Pro-Publica supposedly funds “independent investigative journalism”. Interestingly Jennifer researched and edited her husband’s unauthorized biography of Ailes.

    George Soros’ Open Society Foundations contributed $250,000 to ProPublica in 2010. I wonder what names if any he contributes to it under now. Interesting since we know from the Soros DCLeaks email leaks Soros funds investigative journalism, too, and retains the right to veto any stories that are “counterproductive”. http://www.zerohedge.com/news/2016-08-16/soros-hack-reveals-plot-behind-europes-refugee-crisis-media-funding-and-manipulation

    From Wiki:

    ProPublica has attracted attention for the salaries it pays its employees.[17][18] In 2008, Paul Steiger, the editor of ProPublica, received a salary of $570,000.[19] Steiger was formerly the managing editor at the Wall Street Journal, where his total compensation (including options[19]) was double that at ProPublica.[20] Steiger’s stated strategy is to use a Wall Street Journal pay model to attract journalistic talent.[21] In 2010, eight ProPublica employees made more than $160,000, including managing editor Stephen Engelberg ($343,463) and the highest-paid reporter, Dafna Linzer, formerly of the Washington Post ($205,445).[22]

    That’s some serious pay. Hard not to believe that kind of pay is coming from donors who are politically motivated.

    Also interesting re: the connections between Soros and ProPublica’s founders, billionaires Herbert and Marion Sandler. This article:

    September 29, 2008
    How allies of George Soros helped bring down Wachovia Bank (Yes, Herbert and Marion)
    By Ed Lasky http://www.americanthinker.com/articles/2008/09/how_allies_of_george_soros_hel.html#ixzz4JCDCsIQr

    and this: SNL Soros/Sandler Bailout Skit Critical of Democrats Vanishes Into Thin Air
    http://www.liveleak.com/view?i=92d_1223397823#A3hGBlGoOKk41VSi.99

    and on ProPublica and Marion and Herbert Sandler: https://www.phoenix.edu/content/dam/altcloud/doc/about_uopx/capital_research_center_report_on_propublica.pdf

    I suppose they will try to go after Drudge next.

    I also found these articles, and what strikes me is the angle Sherman takes on them- the language he uses. It sounds as those there was a plan, to separate Roger Ailes from Fox News:

    On Gretchen Carlson’ lawyer, Nancy Erika Smith: ‘Why Gretchen Carlson Sued Only Roger Ailes—Not Fox News’

    ” ‘The rationale [Carlson’s attorney] used just wouldn’t apply,’ says Lynne Bernabei of Bernabei & Kabat, a veteran sex discrimination litigator based in Washington, D.C. who is not involved in the case. ‘[Ailes] is the company for all practical purposes,’ she says in an interview. ‘The company would be liable if they were sued for his actions’ and a jury found against him.

    ‘There must be another strategic reason,’ Bernabei continues, ‘like trying to drive a wedge between Fox and Ailes.’

    “Spokespeople for both 21st Century Fox and Fox News declined to comment on the wedge theory of the lawsuit, or its chances for success. Carlson attorney Smith told the Hollywood Reporter Wednesday that she may eventually add Fox News as a defendant, depending on how it responds to the suit.” http://fortune.com/2016/07/08/gretchen-carlson-sued-only-ailes-not-fox/

    More links:

    ‘Gretchen Carlson’s Sexual-Harassment Lawsuit May Allow Murdoch Sons to Finally Oust Roger Ailes From Fox News’ by Gabriel Sherman in New York Magazine http://nymag.com/daily/intelligencer/2016/07/has-the-clock-run-out-on-roger-ailes.html

    ‘The Revenge of Roger’s Angels: How Fox News women took down the most powerful, and predatory, man in media.’ by Gabriel Sherman in New York Magazine http://nymag.com/daily/intelligencer/2016/09/how-fox-news-women-took-down-roger-ailes.html?mid=nymag_press

    and this one, where I find Sherman’s language very interesting:

    ‘Roger Ailes biographer: “The impact could be greater than phone hacking”:
    Gabriel Sherman on the Fox News chief’s battle to stifle his critics, why he finds the allegations so credible – and what the scandal means for the rightwing media’:

    “The scandal is so damaging because supporters and detractors of the network all agree on one thing: Fox News is Roger Ailes. Or was.

    The man at the centre of that maelstrom is as mercurial and interesting as any in the media world, Sherman says. Ailes is “a world-historical figure” whose harsh perspective came to define American conservatism in his 20 years running the most-viewed cable news network in America. “I think he’s kind of a historical icon, very much on the level of a J Edgar Hoover; someone who will define their age,” Sherman says. “He transcends the medium of television.”

    Contrary to conventional wisdom, Sherman believes Ailes accomplished that transcendence by using Fox News not as a means to advance a particular established brand of conservatism, but as his personal megaphone. “He has sort of contradictory positions that are not necessarily completely in sync with the [rightwing thinktanks] Cato Institute or the Heritage Foundation; classically conservative institutions in America. He’s very populist, he’s nationalist, he’s not for open borders. I reported in my book that one of his immigration plans was to dispatch Navy Seals to the Mexico border with orders to shoot to kill anyone crossing. That’s not a very nuanced immigration position. At least Donald Trump only wants to build a wall; Roger Ailes wants to kill people.”

    That minor point of difference aside, in many ways Trump himself is the avatar of Ailes’s philosophy, and now Ailes is his advisor. Trump swept the US Republican primaries not by virtue of his political acumen or even basic competence, but on a wave of populist rage beloved of Fox News viewers but anathema to moneyed conservatives.

    “Donald Trump has really repelled a lot of mainstream and conservative Republicans,” Sherman observes. “So that’s really one of Roger Ailes’s legacies: reshaping the Republican party as a populist, blue-collar, white nativist party. The Washington elites and the conservative intellectuals, because of Ailes’s power, had to kind of hold their noses and graft themselves onto it. Without question, I don’t think Roger Ailes is a conservative in the mould of a Bill Buckley. He’s unique to Roger Ailes.”

    Sherman has the New York media world at home as well as at work. His wife Jennifer Stahl has worked at ProPublica and the New Yorker, and his father, an adjunct professor at Columbia Business School, has written the occasional op-ed. His career is a stark contrast to Ailes’s own: the Fox News executive worked nearly every job in television during his ascendancy; Sherman has stretched his professional legs occasionally, but he’s written about media since 2003.” https://www.theguardian.com/media/2016/aug/21/roger-ailes-gabriel-sherman-fox-news-book-rightwing-media

    On Gabriel Sherman’s wife, Jennifer Stahl, another Ivy League doofus:

    “Jennifer was an associate editor at ProPublica. She was previously on the editorial staff of The New Yorker. She researched and edited Gabriel Sherman’s biography of Roger Ailes and fact checked John Lahr’s biography of Tennessee Williams. Most recently, she’s worked as a freelance research editor for The New York Times.

    Jennifer studied classics at Princeton University and was a Fulbright Scholar to Germany. She loves to play the French horn in her spare time.” https://www.propublica.org/site/author/jennifer_stahl

    It was announced Jennifer went to work for ProPublica, Oct. 31, 2014, the same year she and her husband published Sherman’s unauthorized biography of Ailes, publication date January 14, 2014: https://www.propublica.org/about/propublica-hires-jennifer-stahl-as-research-editor

    More on Sherman’s connections on Conservopedia: “Sherman was recently appointed a Bernard L. Schwartz Fellow at the New America Foundation, a media analysis think tank backed by notable liberals such as hedge fund billionaire George Soros and former Google CEO Eric Schmidt. Several left-wing foundations such as The Ford Foundation, The Rockefeller Foundation, Carnegie Corporation and Proteus Fund contribute millions to New America Foundation.[13] The Bernard L. Schwartz Fellow award is named after Bernard L. Schwartz, a leading fundraiser for Democrats who donated $1.5m to President Bill Clinton’s re-election in 1996 and close to $4m to Democrats since 2000.[14] ” http://www.conservapedia.com/Gabriel_Sherman#cite_note-4

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    • Batman says:

      Interesting, too. I just this read these comments below on Sherman’s article for New York Magazine, ‘The Revenge of Roger’s Angels’ Some of the comments there are very interesting.

      cleo50
      14 hours ago
      The whole thing was a “crock-load” from the very beginning. That news operation was Ailes whole life. His success in the creation of a right leaning news operation drove the globalist Murdoch nuts on several levels. The sex allegations were a deliberately forged pry-bar to get Ailes out of his recent contract. I can’t imagine any of it will see a court-room. What was intended has already been accomplished. Welcome to Murdoch news. The old sign is still hanging on the building, but the company is gone.

      HighPlainsScribe
      14 hours ago
      @pompey Absolutely. Murdoch allowed amazing access to a biographer in recent years. I saw the biographer interviewed and he reported that Murdoch actually likes Obama and thought that his election signified a huge political shift. Murdoch called for a 180 degree turn in Fox News. Ailes dug in hard and had the profit numbers on his side, so no shift. It’s a very long list of opportunists who have become filthy rich throwing meat to the angry dogs. Some of those opportunists are actually conservatives like Ailes. Others, like Rupert, are pure machiavellians. All laugh their way to the bank in well-appointed limos.

      202dame
      10 hours ago
      Ailes is “scum” because he’s more skilled at capturing an audience than any of the Ivy League swots running CNN and MSNBC. Jealousy.

      The bottom line is Ailes is still with Trump. Trump trusts him. Trump is loyal, and values loyalty, even if it hurts him, which is why it helps him, because we like that about him. Trump must know something we don’t know.

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  33. moner60 says:

    Rupert Murdoch what an idiot.this is why fox news act like they do all but hannity are idiots

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  34. Don L says:

    There is no longer any viable argument that the GOP’s ineptness, failures, and passivity in the face of near totalitarian behavior by the left was but one thing; complicity.
    GOP default Ineptness, is little more than deceptive camouflage.

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  35. Bruce Fletcher says:

    I appreciate it is a little radical, but have they considered inviting someone with an alternative viewpoint onto the panel?

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    • dalethorn says:

      And deflect their message? I think they’d end up stabbing the alternative person and then they’d have to get a presidential pardon. It’s a sad thing to think that so many erstwhile intelligent intellectuals follow these guys. It doesn’t give me any confidence in what passes for intelligent these days. Maybe when Trump gets in, he can set up some independent news-analysis panels that would show Americans by example how proper analysis is performed. I think that Trump is strong enough that those panels would not have to have any pro-Trump leanings. Impartiality has no need to fear the Trump administration.

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  36. GREENMIRROR says:

    Seriously George Will…supposed to be expert in law cannot grasp “subject to the jurisdiction thereof”

    1866 Senator Jacob Howard the intent of the 14th Amendment:

    “Every person born within the limits of the United States, and subject to their jurisdiction, is by virtue of natural law and national law a citizen of the United States. This will not, of course, include persons born in the United States who are foreigners, aliens, who belong to the families of ambassadors or foreign ministers accredited to the Government of the United States, but will include every other class of persons. It settles the great question of citizenship and removes all doubt as to what persons are or are not citizens of the United States. This has long been a great desideratum in the jurisprudence and legislation of this country.”

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  37. I’m sorry, as soon as I read ‘George Will’ I burst out laughing, how does that moron get on camera? What a real piece of work that poor excuse of a human being is, I’m surprised [not really tho] that he didn’t get the sack after the things he’s said during this entire election cycle, even he if had never been against Trump I wouldn’t want him. No thank you.

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  38. Buz Chertok says:

    These stuffed shirt know-it-alls are obnoxious……. George Will taking the prize for being the most offensive with the rest of them very close behind. They are being paid to pontificate so they do. Our letting them piddle in our ears is what provides their pay. I have tuned them out and if enough people do similarly they would be stifled………..The overriding insult is this Ruppert character’s leaked instruction to “Take Trump out”……which than turned the sarcastic holier than thou crew listed above to utilize Fox–his personal fiefdom– to spew their wise-assed crap. They stink and he stinks and that’s all that there is to it.

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  39. Berni says:

    All I have to say is” There are a lot of PC Republicans” that are very frightened of the exposure that is going to take place WHEN TRUMP IS IN CHARGE!!! More reason to vote Trump!! Hillary is not an option in the condition this Country finds itself..

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  40. tammy says:

    Will never watch cris wallace again! Ruined my morning coffee with his Suday show! He is not even trying to hide his contempt for Mr. D. TRUMP!

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  41. dalethorn says:

    My first big heads-up on Kristol, Krauthammer, Will, Lardner, and all the other usual suspects came in early 1991 when Oliver Stone’s early work on ‘JFK’ was leaked. If I had any doubt whether these liars had any honorable intentions, to expose the “real bad stuff” in Stone’s obviously biased work, those doubts were erased when these crooks scrambled around frantically covering their own butts, rather than exposing the weaknesses and biases in Stone’s movie. Add to that that these clowns have no apparent sense of humor, and they should be relegated to the ash heap of history.

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  42. katiejane2 says:

    Takes some brass ones for someone like Murdoch to call out Trump for being an embarrassment. Doesn’t FOX have significant issues with sexual harassment & pigs like O’Reilly?

    As for the list of anti-Trumpers – looks like a prime list of GOP insiders who enjoy sucking up with the liberal cocktail crowd. Perhaps they are worried the cool kids won’t let them come to their parties if they don’t trash Trump & his supporters.

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  43. Jim S says:

    I have a name for this crowd…Republicrats. I’m hoping Trump will hire Roger Ailes and start a new cable network, Trump News Channel…America First, All the Time. Not fair (to libtards), not balanced (no Juan Williams), definitely unafraid…ripping the left 24/7. Hire investigators no journalist, steal Hannity, Oreilly, Varney, Payne…shun Megan Kelly, Chris Wallace, George Will, etc

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  44. Anna Maria says:

    Hopefully Americans will use their brains and vote intelligently for Trump. These guys are a disgrace!

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  45. Joan says:

    Chris Wallace gushing is disgusting when he interviews Obama and Clinton and appalling when he goes after Trump and Pence. His father he is not and he should not be the moderator for the final debate! I’m a DEPLORABLE WOMAN and I’m damn well for an honest election (for a change) and Trump in the White House!!!!

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