REMINDER: Fox News, Rupert Murdoch, Tucker Carlson and The GOPe Amnesty Immigration Agenda…

During the 2015 Fox Business News GOP Primary debate several political junkies noted a rather curious and brutally obvious omission: Senator Marco Rubio was never questioned about the 2013 Senate Gang-of-Eight bill and his stance on Comprehensive Immigration Reform. In fact, if you were to review the 2015 debate substance you’d note candidate Rubio wasn’t directly questioned about his immigration positions at all.

GOP gang of 8

It is not disconnected that during the 2013/2014 Gang-of-Eight immigration constructs we later discovered Fox News was an active participant in the promotion of the immigration reform proposals.

In order to facilitate the congressional immigration intent Fox launched a previously unknown pro-amnesty propaganda blitz to support senate immigration bill.

What follows below is an evidenced expose’ of their agenda.

Candidate Jeb Bush attends Chamber of Commerce dinner with Fox's Rupert Murdoch and Valerie Jarrett (December 2014)

Candidate Jeb Bush attends Chamber of Commerce dinner with Fox’s Rupert Murdoch and Valerie Jarrett (December 2014)

♦ It was in 2014 when writer Mickey Kaus was chastised by Tucker Carlson, a Fox contributor and now prime-time show host, for writing an article in the Daily Caller outlining the relationship between Rupert Murdoch, his company Fox News, the talking heads under his control and authority, and Murdoch’s request for pro-amnesty propaganda to be broadcast on the network.

Tucker Carlson took down the article from the Daily Caller, and subsequently Mickey Kaus quit in disgust over the agenda-driven editorial decision. Apparently some things are just too sensitive for sunlight and exposure.

However, what Mickey Kaus outlined was a pattern within Fox to push immigration reform and included a first person excerpt between David Axelrod and Rupert Murdoch:

On page 424 of his recent memoir, Obama’s former top strategist David Axelrod describes running into Fox chieftain (and immigration amnesty supporter) Rupert Murdoch at a dinner in the fall of 2010:

During the dinner, Murdoch, who was seated beside me, insisted that the president had to move on immigration reform. ….

“But the solution has to be comprehensive,” I said. “We can’t just attack a piece of the immigration problem. And you know, there’s one big thing that you can do to help, and that is to keep your cable network from stoking the nativism that keeps us from solving this.” [Emphasis added] (link)

Kaus goes on to outline how Fox News followed the plan and conspicuously avoided any mention of the crafting: “in the spring of 2013 when the “Gang of 8” amnesty bill snuck through the Senate“. Mickey uses a historical timeline, day-by-day story leads, showing how Fox was intentionally NOT COVERING the story (see here).

GOP gang of 8

♦ However, even before Kaus discovered -and outlined- proof of what his research into Fox revealed there was a prior article written by Ryan Lizza in The New Yorker Magazine [June 2013] which was even more revealing:

New Yorker 2013 – […] Fox News has notably changed its tone since the election. A Democratic policy staffer who worked on the issue in 2007 and has helped write the current bill said, “NumbersUSA and FAIR”—two groups that want to dramatically limit immigration—“managed to convince Fox News back then to be their twenty-four-hour news channel of the anti-immigrant point of view. Fox has now totally bought in to the idea that we just need to figure something out.”

Rush Limbaugh, who fiercely opposes the bill, has come to sound resigned. “I don’t know if there’s any stopping this,” he said on January 28th, the day the Gang held the press conference announcing its framework for the legislation. “It’s up to me and Fox News, and I don’t think Fox News is that invested in this.”

McCain told me, “Rupert Murdoch is a strong supporter of immigration reform, and Roger Ailes is, too.” Murdoch is the chairman and C.E.O. of News Corp., which owns Fox, and Ailes is Fox News’s president.

McCain said that he, Graham, Rubio, and others also have talked privately to top hosts at Fox, including Bill O’Reilly, Sean Hannity, and Neil Cavuto, who are now relatively sympathetic to the Gang’s proposed bill. Hannity voiced support for a pathway to citizenship for undocumented immigrants, which he previously dismissed as “amnesty,” on the day after the 2012 election. “God bless Fox,” Graham said. “Last time, it was ‘amnesty’ every fifteen seconds.”

He said that the change was important for his reelection, because “eighty per cent of people in my primary get their news from Fox.” He added that the network has “allowed critics to come forward, but it’s been so much better.” (link)

So there’s a trio of GOPe Republicans in the so-called Gang of Eight huddled with leading figures at Fox News Channel. A few days later Bill O’Reilly interviews Marco Rubio and urges the Senator to come to him if anyone opposes the proposal.

♦ As you watch this segment in retrospect, with the information you now possess, consider that both Bill O’Reilly and Marco Rubio have pre-discussed the entire topic and worked out exactly what the framework of questions and answers would be:


Rupert Murdoch, Wall Street, The U.S. Chamber of Commerce and the entire GOPe apparatus -including House Speaker Paul Ryan- are 100% behind comprehensive immigration reform to include amnesty.

Back to Fox News and their debate agenda – The executive in charge of Fox News debate programming, debate questioning and debate structure is Vice President Bill Sammon. (circled below)

Rubio debate 2

brooke sammon The Washington Post has an outline describing how Bill Sammon runs the entire show at Fox regarding debates; and how he is the person who Chris Stirewalt, Megyn Kelly, Chris Wallace and Brett Baier directly reported to for all debate issues, construction, and question organization.

In essence, Bill Sammon runs the show.

Bill Sammon’s daughter is Brooke Sammon who was the national press secretary for Marco Rubio’s presidential campaign.

Now, lets contrast this information against the backdrop of Rupert Murdoch’s response to the republican debate.

There is a particular clarity that resonates, no?

grubering us 2

Mr. Rupert Murdoch, who is also leading the executive decision-making on Fox programming, also contracts pollster Frank Luntz to appear on Fox News broadcasting during the 2015 and 2016 election cycle.

[…]  since June, Murdoch has been attending Ailes’s daily executive meeting held on the second floor of Fox headquarters. The secretive afternoon gathering in Ailes’s conference room is attended by about a half-dozen of the network’s most senior lieutenants. It’s where some of the most sensitive decisions about running the channel are discussed. (link)

Frank Luntz had sub-contracts with Marco Rubio and a long-term relationship with Rubio going back to the Freshman Senator’s time in the Florida Legislature.  Rubio alone has paid Luntz $350,000+  It’s not accidental that  Frank Luntz focus groups regularly found Marco Rubio as the winner of debate and opinion programming.

In an extensive 2016 article within New York Magazine, mostly outlining the rather sordid details of Roger Ailes, readers may also noted confirmation from August of  (2015).  Fox News owner Rupert Murdoch instructed Fox News executives to take down candidate Donald Trump.

megyn kelly 2 rupert murdochgrubering us bush murdoch jarrett


(NY MAG) […] Murdoch was not a fan of Trump’s and especially did not like his stance on immigration. (The antipathy was mutual: “Murdoch’s been very bad to me,” Trump told me in March.) A few days before the first GOP debate on Fox in August 2015, Murdoch called Ailes at home. “This has gone on long enough,” Murdoch said, according to a person briefed on the conversation.

Murdoch told Ailes he wanted Fox’s debate moderators — Kelly, Bret Baier, and Chris Wallace — to hammer Trump on a variety of issues. Ailes, understanding the GOP electorate better than most at that point, likely thought it was a bad idea. “Donald Trump is going to be the Republican nominee,” Ailes told a colleague around this time. But he didn’t fight Murdoch on the debate directive.

On the night of August 6, in front of 24 million people, the Fox moderators peppered Trump with harder-hitting questions. But it was Kelly’s question regarding Trump’s history of crude comments about women that created a media sensation. He seemed personally wounded by her suggestion that this spoke to a temperament that might not be suited for the presidency. “I’ve been very nice to you, though I could probably maybe not be based on the way you have treated me,” he said pointedly. (read more)

A July 2017 article written by Roger Ailes confidant Michael Wolff affirms one of the more transparently obvious hidden secrets in the 2015/2016 presidential race and election.

Fox News owner/mogul Rupert Murdoch was intensely against the candidacy of Donald Trump. So much so that Murdoch instructed former President of Fox News, Roger Ailes, to shape favorable coverage toward anyone other than Donald Trump, including a request to tilt toward support for Hillary Clinton.

New York – […] It was Ailes’ tacit support of Trump that, in part, made his removal from Fox all the more urgent for the Murdochs. And it was not just the liberal sons who were agitated by Ailes’ regard for Trump, but also the father, whose tabloid, the New York Post, helped create Trump, but who found him now, with great snobbery, not of “our” conservative class. (“When is Donald Trump going to stop embarrassing his friends, let alone the whole country?” Murdoch senior tweeted the day after Trump officially declared himself a candidate.)

Murdoch instructed Ailes to tilt to anyone but Trump, Ailes confided to me before he was fired, even Hillary. (Ailes, for his part, characterized Murdoch’s periodic efforts at interference as similar to Nixon’s instructions to bomb this or that country — best ignored.)

After the election, a confounded Murdoch had to call on his ex-wife Wendi’s friends, Ivanka Trump and Jared Kushner, to broker a rapprochement with the disreputable Donald. Now, to Trump’s great satisfaction, a humbled Murdoch is a constant caller. (read more)

All intellectually honest media and political observers already knew this was the basic premise for Fox News in the 2015/2016 presidential race.   Murdoch supported Jeb Bush and Marco Rubio as the frontrunners because each of them advanced policies that were beneficial to the interests of Rupert Murdoch.

The August 2015 ambush by Murdoch’s princess Megyn Kelly was merely a highly visible example of Murdoch’s aversion to the ‘America-First’ agenda  of Donald Trump. Ms. Kelly was later paid $10 million by Harper Collins, another Murdoch company, as compensation for services rendered, ie. advance payment on her book deal.

However, what most people don’t recognize is the motives behind these activities.  There were/are billions of dollars at stake from the policies and outcomes of the election.

Maintaining control of multinational corporate trade policy and influence; along with retention of multinational “Wall Street” banking policy; in conjunction with open border mass immigration policy is still the primary objective of the Big Club.

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222 Responses to REMINDER: Fox News, Rupert Murdoch, Tucker Carlson and The GOPe Amnesty Immigration Agenda…

  1. amwick says:

    Connecting the dots, so I could follow. To tell you the truth, it makes me feel like I need a shower, just reading this… Ty…Sd.. and TY to our President…

    Liked by 43 people

    • Minnie says:

      Here, let me pass the disinfecting soap 😡

      Liked by 19 people

      • amwick says:

        Ty… I was ticked off at Carson.. bigly… oh boy!

        Liked by 7 people

        • C. Lowell says:

          I tell people that I’ve been surprised by Tucker’s awesome performance,

          Since he took over Megyn’s Fox slot (so to speak),

          And this story reminds me why I had reason to be concerned…

          Liked by 2 people

          • Ditch Mitch says:

            Initially Tucker was a change from the norm, but it got old fast. Fighting with far left loons to no end. Not very informative, didn’t solve anything. My take, it was moving the bar. “See how bad these people are.” They are the alternative to what we show you on the other shows (i.e., GOPer’s Sleepy Jeb, Lil Marko). For me “the bar” is at PDJT and stays at PDJT and anyone who fully supports him.

            Liked by 8 people

          • amwick says:

            IKR… confusing to me. Guess he knows the hand that feeds him.

            Liked by 1 person

          • RG says:

            I still don’t tune in to see what Tucker is doing. He has that “deer in the headlight” look and something about it troubles me. Just tonight I had to turn off Hannnity and I rarely have to do that. I will not watch a re-play of Ashley Judd, Madonna, and now Rosie O’Donnell. They are not relevant to my world and if they ever should be, then just find a suitable prison suite for me because you will need one. I will not watch Fox and be insulted in the name of Hollywood creeps. Give me news or give me death!

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          • I disagree …Tucker has been quite awesome actually.

            Liked by 2 people

            • thefrankproject says:

              I really do like Tucker. In my view he has some constraints on him, but he’s sharp as a tack and on board with a strong America and PDJT. I would love to see him jump ship to a new TV network independent of the Murdoch brats.

              Liked by 4 people

              • skipper1961 says:

                Yeah! If Tucker Carlson jumped ship for InfoWars, he would not only regain any credibility he had, but probably help legitimize Alex Jones more, and bring a lot of eyeballs with him. Win! Win! Win!


    • Sylvia Avery says:

      I know just what you mean. As a formerly avid FOX viewer, I knew Jeb! was the fair haired child and then next was Rubio. And they obviously enjoyed hating on Trump, just like the rest of the media.

      What absolutely confounded me was once Trump had the nomination, they continued to trash him hard which to my mind was just favoring Hillary. And now it seems that is exactly what they did.

      Liked by 26 people

      • thefrankproject says:


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      • ALEX says:

        I didn’t save the article, but a few weeks back it mentioned FOX ratings were at the same level of six years ago. That was the dead period before the republican primaries began. My FOX viewing is down 90% starting two years ago and their campaign coverage was a joke, just like their Trump coverage now….They could have double the ratings ,but they are now CNN lite and boring to boot….

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      • Bert Darrell says:

        Posters at CTH may remember that, during a Fox-sponsored debate, answers to questions posed to Marco Rubio were accompanied by the display of a text screen insert above Rubio’s head, highlighting his memorized points. How did Fox know what Rubio would say? It was a shameless giveaway of the fact that the questions and the answers had been prearranged. Totally unfair and dishonest.

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      • Yes, FOX continued their Trump bashing through the general and many of those fake news polls showing Hillary way ahead of Trump came from FOX news. They even brought back retired liberal Trump basher (who pretends to be a conservative), Brit Hume for some special Trump bashing.

        FOX News is not our friend, they just pretend to be one on TV……

        Liked by 8 people

        • Ditch Mitch says:

          Even now FNC fake news pol PDJT has 56% disapproval. Also the morning after PDJT’s second visit, FNC ran a banner stating many victims were frustrated because they were not getting timely responses making it look like PDJT did nothing by visiting.

          Liked by 3 people

        • RG says:

          I will forever be convinced that this “anti-Trump syndrome or disease” is one reason that Kim in Korea is being as brave and boisterous as he is. China believes that all of the USA hates Trump and they are going to be Ying-Yang when they find out that Trump has the support of most of America. It is the loons and goons who lean communists that are screaming the loudest…I still think we outnumber them.

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        • skipper1961 says:

          I mainly “drop in” periodically to check the level of “Republican pandering” being pushed.. IOW trying to keep track of just what they think the “rubes” will believe. Enemy inside the gates, if you ask me.

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      • Ditch Mitch says:

        I am sure their globalist donors (i.e., puppeteers) paid them $$$/insult. Murdock is a globalist and his sons directed the changes. I stopped watching FNC about the time Smelly pushed Hannity off his prime slot and cut him down to 2 shows a night. I didn’t like her before the switch and I surely didn’t like her after.

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    • carrierh says:

      amwick, I completely agree. So many corporations/leftists/evil elites that are fighting Trump, us and our country. To date, Trump has always known this and has his plans in place to knock them out. Makes me glad I don’t watch any of the news channels or listen to them on the radio. They are owned by horrible people who think and call themselves Americans, but they are trash, traitors and their business die asap! Rubio was never anything to think or worry about because he had and has nothing to add but be a useful fool. Disgusting to the nth degree! I will continue listening to Rush Limbaugh and some others via radio because at least you get the truth!

      Liked by 6 people

    • imprimipotest says:

      Go.To.Hell. all you anti-MAGAtes…

      Liked by 1 person

    • fleporeblog says:

      Now this is the reality they are facing!

      I have been telling folks the last few days that our President was going to take the option of terminating DACA by not issuing any new permits or renewing any previously issued ones. The caveat I didn’t see happening was he would delay the implementation for six months in order to give Congress time to consider a package that includes the RAISE Act.

      The RAISE Act will change the face of immigrants for generations to come from Mexico, Central and South America to China, India, the rest of Asia and Eastern Europe. It also cuts the number of legal immigrants from 1 million a year to 500K. In doing so, it will kill the CoC’s dream of Family Chain Migration which accounts for 75%+ of all legal immigrants under the current system. 70%+ of Americans are in favor of the RAISE Act.

      I respect the Treepers that want our President not to negotiate at all when it comes to immigration. However, having the RAISE Act become the law of the land will have implications that will end the Democrats and Uniparty Republicans once and for all. All new legal immigrants will be highly educated and won’t be voting for Democrats. They will be voting for Republicans in numbers that can’t be quantified.

      It will trim the inflow of lower-skilled immigrants who are now being brought into the country via “chain migration” family reunification rules. That reform would save $1 trillion in long-term aid, education, retirement, and welfare spending for every decade the inflow is cut in half.

      Trumpism requires the RAISE Act to be implemented for it to continue for generations to come. We are talking about the next 50+ years that will destroy Globalism once and for all! For me, allowing the Dreamers to have a permanent green card 💳 is well worth it! Sorry 😐 if that offends you!

      President Donald Trump has decided to formally end President Barack Obama’s legally troubled “DACA” amnesty for 800,000 younger illegal immigrants, according to Politico.
      Trump’s decision will anger business interests, progressives, and the establishment media sector, and some business-friendly GOP leaders, such as House Speaker Paul Ryan. But the decision likely will be broadly popular among the majority of Americans.

      Many polls show that Americans sympathize with the illegals, but also strongly prefer that immigration laws be used to ensure that Americans workers are not disadvantaged by the corporate hiring of cheap illegal migrants.

      Trump is expected to combine his Tuesday announcement of the program’s demise with a call for Congress to pass pro-American immigration reform, such as the popular Raise Act merit immigration bill.

      In a nod to reservations held by many lawmakers, the White House plans to delay the enforcement of the president’s decision for six months, giving Congress a window to act, according to one White House official. But a senior White House aide said that chief of staff John Kelly, who has been running the West Wing policy process on the issue, “thinks Congress should’ve gotten its act together a lot longer ago.”

      The immigration reform debate is expected to stretch far into the 2018 election year, partly because many other issues clog up Congress’ near-term calendar. Also, Democrats and business groups oppose any reduction in the annual legal inflow of roughly 850,000 low-skill, low-wage workers.

      Trump’s pending Raise Act reform would trim the inflow of lower-skilled immigrants who are now being brought into the country via “chain migration” family reunification rules. That reform would likely save $1 trillion in long-term aid, education, retirement, and welfare spending for every decade the inflow is halved, according to a recent estimate. That reduced taxpayer spending translates into lower revenue forecasts for business interests.

      The Trump reform would also help many Americans and their children find better jobs at higher wages, business groups admit.

      The decision to end DACA was driven by several factors. They included Trump’s campaign trail promise to close down the amnesty, and the broad consensus among legal experts — including Attorney General Jeff Sessions — that Obama’s Oval Office offer of work-permit to illegal violates the constitutional separation of powers. Also, a group of nine Attorneys General

      Also, a group of nine Attorneys General is slated to file a lawsuit against the program on September 5.

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      • Victor Laszlo says:

        And WHY again is the swamp going to go along with this?

        Liked by 1 person

        • fleporeblog says:

          They may not. Our President will use it as an anchor in 2018 to say they don’t care about Dreamers because they want to protect the current legal immigration flow. He would say that with more Republicans, he will get both done including Kate’s Law and Sanctuary Cities Bill. He will also use it against Rhinos 🦏 such as Heller, Flake and Corker.

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      • Esperanza says:

        The best part of this kind of legislation is that at last, élites will have to compete with foreigners, let them take the hits the working class have been taking for 30 years.

        I’ve been putting my power tools into gear for home improvements, all bought late 80s, gorgeous haven’t moved a hair, despite being put away wet and rode hard, made in Switzerland. It got me thinking about the bonanza we had for working class back then. We even had a term for yuppie doing very well working class, “beuf”. How times have changed.

        Liked by 2 people

    • filia.aurea says:

      This is a comprehensive study of illegal entrants to the U.S. cost to taxpayers. It’s six+ years old, but look no further to see why our infrastructure is crumbling.

      Liked by 2 people

    • G. Combs says:

      Note ValJar sitting to Murdoch’s Left.

      This is The REAL FAUX NEWS:

      Liked by 2 people

    • pac7071 says:

      Boy i felt the same way…what a cesspool.


  2. DebbieUK says:

    Rupert Murdoch and his newspapers in the UK ensured Tony Blair was elected.Tony Blair had an open door immigration policy that the electorate knew nothing about. It was not in their manifesto. We are still suffering the consequences of Murdoch and Blairs partnership and mass immigration.
    Murdoch is a snake and has far too much media power.

    Liked by 23 people

    • carrierh says:

      Murdock and family are the globalist evil elites we need to get rid of and bring them down by causing their businesses to fail. They can have their personal opinions, but not publicize them because it will definitely cause their businesses to fail. Stupid but cunning rats.

      Liked by 3 people

    • fedback says:

      Blair also gave UK the Iraq disaster

      Liked by 3 people

    • uvaldegirl says:

      Didn’t Tony Blair and Murdoch’s young, Chinese wife, Wendi Deng, go in to have a flirtation or affair that led to their divorce? Pit of vipers in any regard.


    • filia.aurea says:

      Many Brits saw through Murdoch’s meddling years ago. Rupert Meddling Murdoch has slithered his way into sovereign nation governance and policies through the power of his media empire to decide elections. He prides himself in his ability to control politicians’ success or failure. Every outcome is scripted toward his own craven lust for power and financial reward.

      The Australian born 86 year old sack-of-bones bought his way into U.S. naturalization in 1985 in order to facilitate the growth of his media empire. The U.K. failed to curtail his reptilian ways over the News of the World scandal. Why his control of Sky is still being entertained escapes me. IMHO, Murdoch and his spawn pose a threat to Western civilization, their empire must be challenged through the courts and curtailed before its too late.

      Liked by 3 people

  3. nimrodman says:

    On the related topic of refugee resettlement:

    “America has its own refugees—‘Harvey’ refugees—
    so tell the President to suspend the entire UN/US Refugee Admissions Program for FY18.

    Every day tell the White House what you think about refugee program!

    Liked by 20 people

    • carrierh says:

      Can also contact Trump via and and how wonderful it is we can communicate with our President.

      Liked by 5 people

      • woodstuff says:

        Amazing! I didn’t know that P45 had an email. I can’t contact any of my congress critters without going through a web page “email” that never gets answered. This includes the RINOs Kay Grainger, Cruz, and Cornyn.

        I did call Grainger in late October of last year to see if she endorsed a presidential candidate. The call troll said that she had not made an endorsement. The bottom dwellers are alive and well in Texas.

        Liked by 1 person

        • Radiopatriot says:

          Try using
          Send a letter to any legislator in Congress and it is guaranteed that a human staffer (instead of a software program) will read it.

          It’s free and was designed and maintained by a former elected secretary to the US Senate.

          PS — the site also allows you to grade any legislator A thru F while telling him or her why they earned that grade.

          Liked by 1 person

      • woodstuff says:

        I tried and failed to get through with the email address.
        This Message was undeliverable due to the following reason:

        Each of the following recipients was rejected by a remote mail server.
        The reasons given by the server are included to help you determine why
        each recipient was rejected.

        Reason: #5.1.0 Address rejected.


    • Oldschool says:

      Absolutely nimrod. Until our own are sufficiently cared for and their lives restored, shut the damn door. Our resources of money, manpower, first responders, housing, social safety nets are not infinite. Americans first. God bless Trump.

      Liked by 7 people

    • Bert Darrell says:

      I believe that the 2017 refugee admission quota was reached a couple of months ago and that further admission is not allowed. Anybody, please correct me if I’m wrong.

      Liked by 2 people

  4. chiefillinicake says:

    Bottom line?

    The Big Uglycan’t come quickly enough.

    Liked by 15 people

    • beachgrammie says:

      I think we’ll see a series of little uglies, over and over again, but NOT in a boring way, oh no — enjoy the process. The war is made up of many battles.

      Liked by 1 person

  5. Trump won because of CRAP LIKE THIS.

    Liked by 18 people

    • Founding Fathers Fan says:

      The uniparty is made possible by all those people who refuse to vote in the primaries and get rid of the RINOs. There’s only 17% turnout in republican primaries, even when the RINO runs against a conservative.

      Liked by 6 people

      • carrierh says:

        We must start seeking patrios as our new candidates NOW because you can be sure those currently in our Congress will buy another re-election in 2018. We must Drain the Congress Swamp, remove all benefits/perks, make them move and live and work as senator or representative in their home state/city/district for a reasonable salary, maybe 2 assistants, no stipends, no junkets, no free or cheap meals or haircuts and enjoy our so-called benefits. No need to be in DC in today’s modern world when business can be conducted via real time videos. Only our Founding Fathers needed to stay for a time in DC because of travel by donkey or horse both ways. Not so today and so with them under our eyes, they will NOT take bribes/donor dollars and think they are our boss while we truly need to take back the reins so they know we are their BOSS!

        Liked by 2 people

  6. tonyE says:

    It became obvious… the only one that showed ANY semblance of honesty at Fox was Hannity.

    I guess he’s still there because firing him would cause Trump to cut off Murdoch forever.

    Liked by 4 people

  7. chiefillinicake says:

    Also, a Happy Labor Day to all of you Treepers.

    Even though it’s kind of Commie holiday.

    Our real work begins again tomorrow.

    Liked by 8 people

  8. JustMe says:

    Just cancelled cable TV last week. Done with the fake news propaganda. Starve the beast!!! Will get news online with sources I trust, the Conservative Treehouse topping the list. 🙂

    Liked by 23 people

    • Minnie says:

      Excellent 👍

      Liked by 5 people


      It’ll be weird adjusting to your new habits, but hang in there. It’s worth it!!!

      Liked by 9 people

      • JustMe says:

        Thank you! We had contemplated cutting the cord for over a year, and I can say that I’ve never been more at peace than now, despite the worldwide turmoil. The TV background noise can’t be healthy! We truly are creatures of habit, but if I can get my hubby to make that leap, anyone can do it!

        Liked by 2 people

      • allhail2 says:

        It was a little tough for a week or so here. Just read a lot more and found “stuff” to do. Nice and peaceful now

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    • It can be a real hard habit to break JustMe.

      We cut the cable several years ago when we finally just had too much of the propaganda.

      But it was not easy.

      We were use to turning on the TV and having it “right there”.

      It took a bit of work to go out and find our news and entertainment but we are sooooo glad we did.

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      • JustMe says:

        Appreciate the support, coloradochloe! Definitely a habit so many become dependent upon for entertainment. Perhaps “TV programs” has a hidden meaning. Heh. Regardless, the time has come to break those old habits that die hard. Relieved to be free from the endless social conditioning and mind control emanating from faux journalists, commercials, and trashy shows. Looking forward to a much improved quality of life. 🙂

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    • I did the same. $85/month for the garbage. Fox News has gone into the toilet. More time for me to spend on the Treehouse where I can get real news.

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    • redtreesquirrel says:

      JustMe, I cut our cable too, this past May. I have never been happier. You can still watch Fox on YouTube if you want to. I watch it during Pres Trump’s rallies. YouTube also has many of the older movies for free. Congrats!

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    • whoseyore says:

      So did we – only kept our internet so I could keep up with anything/everything important that Sundance has to share.
      My hubby does miss watching his Cubs, though. He sits by the radio like in the old days. 🙂

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      • redtreesquirrel says:

        My husband likes drag racing, and now he can only watch them online after the fact. You get used to it though. I have found so many good sites online. Whereas I never found anything interesting to watch on cable. I saw a funny ad on “Woot!” – the deal of the day site. Most of their electronics are sold refurbished at a greatly reduced price, but all their ads are funny as heck. The curved 4K tv was promoted “for people who want to watch Ant Man for the 6th time”. I thought that was funny as hell because it was played repeatedly on cable this summer. Maybe it still is?


      • Wonderful! If desperation sets in, there are devices like Roku, TigerStream, etc. to watch sports and movies.


      • Ditch Mitch says:

        Nothing wrong with “the good ole days”. XM Radio Classics in the back yard for me.

        Liked by 2 people

      • Delilah says:

        You can get any sports program in the world available here. There’s a paid version, which was, like, a ridiculous $5 amount, but my husband did the free version, which is kinda tricky:


    • I may be the only one left in my family that still pays a cable bill. All of my kids have cut the cord, and then they rig their TVs to be able to watch about anything they want. I may have to learn those hacks….LOL.

      Liked by 1 person

      • Ditch Mitch says:

        Give your son/son-in-law a 6-pack. You will be set up in less than and hour. Worked for me!

        Liked by 2 people

      • Delilah says:

        “Wherever your treasure is, there the desires of your heart will also be.”

        I was watching this youtube channel the other day about a homesteader that lives close to an Amish community. Somehow or another, this Amish family got hold of his change of clothes bag and took it home with them….

        The father opened the bag and saw a striped shirt in it. He was so mortified that he, that very instant, took the shirt out of the bag and burned it in the stove. Then he went directly to confront his daughter about the shirt, because he figured the daughter bought that nasty item as a wedding gift for her soon-to-be husband.

        When the homesteader came to collect his shirt from the Amish family, the family was so embarrassed. They apologized profusely. The homesteader thought it was hilarious.

        The point here is that, while we think the Amish are too strict in allowing items of luxury into their lives, they actually have a point. We have been far too permissible in our own lives. That is why such things as the TV controls our entire evenings and becomes the focal point of our lives, and then we forget the most important things in life such as God and family. We crowd out the important things.

        For “wherever your treasure is, there the desires of your heart will also be.”

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    • woodstuff says:

      For anyone who might want local programming, consider a *directional* antenna. I got one for my brother who is 50 miles away from a broadcaster. RCA made one for $50 which works pretty good, numerous channels.


  9. neilmdunn says:

    I quit watching Fox news during the campaign sensing that Trump was not getting a fair deal (remember the Friday poker chip play on the candidates). Thanks for documenting what was going on. Never again, Fox or any of the others.

    Liked by 8 people

  10. Matt says:

    Fair and balanced my foot. These characters are no better than the rest of the media, industrial, and I would add PROPAGANDA complex. Remember, believe nothing that you hear, and only half of what you see!

    Liked by 3 people

  11. USA loves Melania says:

    Can’t stump this:

    Damn, it feels good to be a Trumpster.

    Liked by 16 people

  12. Jlwary says:

    Wow. Just… wow. Against all odds, we have the best POTUS. #MAGA Thank you SD for bringing this to daylight so concisely.

    Liked by 13 people

  13. parteagirl says:

    If you haven’t already, it’s time to do a de-Fox.

    Liked by 8 people

  14. cyn3wulf says:

    Nice work on this, Sundance. The push for “comprehensive immigration reform,” complete with amnesty, has been ongoing for a long while now. It’s been pushed with a shrug of the shoulders, a “what else are we going to do” expression on the face, and repeated statements of “it’s not like we can round them all up and deport them….”

    It reminds me somewhat of “what magic wand do you have?”

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  15. paulraven1 says:

    Always liked Mickey Kaus. A free thinker. As for Tucker Carlson, you can have him.

    Liked by 4 people

  16. jrapdx says:

    We have become familiar with the reasons the Big Club wants illegals and amnesty. The problem is the rest of the public has no idea and falls for the “moral” arguments put up by the globalist media.

    The cheap labor illegals/amnesty provide to corporate interests and the effects on employment are ideas too abstract for people to fully grasp or relate to their own situations. Even for those personally affected or unemployed it’s hard to make the connection.

    It would be really helpful if we had concrete numbers to talk about. How much money is actually being paid to illegals and imported workers? That’s money that should be used to hire Americans but isn’t. If that data were available it would help convince people of the value of tightening immigration policy across the board.

    I’m not sure where to begin to look for such data. If anyone has the info, please share it.

    Liked by 4 people

    • nimrodman says:

      “It would be really helpful if we had concrete numbers to talk about. How much money is actually being paid to illegals and imported workers?”

      As much as $600,000 PER ILLEGAL IMMIGRANT cost to taxpayers over the course of their lifetime.

      “If amnesty is enacted, the average adult unlawful immigrant would receive $592,000 more in government benefits over his lifetime than he would pay in taxes.”
      (and that estimate was in 2013, if you’ve bought steak recently, you know that inflation has pushed that well over $600k by now)

      And I’m not sure that estimate has totaled up all the costs for schooling, hospital use, translators, multi-language programs, policing, etc. There are different estimates out there that vary with the assumptions built in.

      The Cost of Amnesty to the American Taxpayer: $6.3 Trillion

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    • nimrodman says:

      The problem is the rest of the public has no idea and falls for the “moral” arguments put up by the globalist media.

      jrapdx, all you can do is start small unless you’ve got a public megaphone. Tell friends, ask them to tell their friends. Post on social media and be ready for the enmity that comes back.

      I gave just one estimate of costs, you can turn up more by keyword searching.
      Here’s another:

      here’s an estimate of $17k per illegal per year, which the article says is more than the average American retiree on Social Security

      Hussein Obama, in his final year in office, and under a budget that expires the end of September, gave illegal alien teenagers more money per year than the average Social Security recipient, almost $3,000 more.

      The Washington Examiner reported that Obama was seeking at the time $17,613 for every new illegal alien minor. That is $2,841 dollars more than the average Social Security retiree receives. After a lifetime of paying into the system, the average Social Security retiree receives $14,772.

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    • Bert Darrell says:

      jrapdx: “The problem is the rest of the public has no idea and falls for the “moral” arguments put up by the globalist media.”

      This may not be an up to date explanation. Even those who are not politically involved or unaware of what politicians are actually doing can tell who is getting the jobs they are unsuccessfully applying for. Many others find out the hard way that they are not receiving their tax refunds because an illegal immigrant has been working under his/her social security number. Many more know that their children are crammed into classrooms to accommodate large numbers of undocumented foreign children. These are just a few examples. When stepped on your toes you quickly notice.

      This has been going on for a long time and very few people ignore the problem now. It is the rabid left that always raises the pseudo-moral (actually sentimental) aspect of a big problem expecting to persuade the blind, deaf, and stupid.

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      • jrapdx says:

        Maybe it depends in part on where people live. In those areas with increasing immigrant populations people are more likely to be aware of the issues. But I know quite a few people who are insulated from the direct effects, and a few who actually profit from it. There’s a “knowledge vacuum” among people who have money and influence, and it contributes to the absurd “liberal” bias we see in large population centers, notably on east and west coasts.

        I realize there are other influences on voting patterns, but from what I see if people were really voting their interests the outcomes of elections would be different in those places not in “flyover” territory. And I believe that would have to be good for the country.


    • Delilah says:

      That number is not measurable. You may remember that Obama gave companies a huge tax break for the hiring of illegals. Then on top of that, those companies paid illegals less salary. As if that wasn’t bad enough, local govts. gave illegals foodstamps and free medical care. In essence, we were subsidizing the workforce for these companies. Then add in the cost of unemployment figures for Americans…

      That number just is not knowable.

      Liked by 2 people

      • nimrodman says:

        Good point, Delilah, and you’re correct.

        I’ve kept a couple estimates filed away but none account for ALL the costs and have differing assumptions. We can use them as a rough guide but you’re right, there will always be costs that are hidden that won’t be accounted for.


  17. listingstarboard says:

    Realizing how completely i have been snookered by these Uniparty frauds –especially McCain and Romney, who I proudly voted for makes me feel sick to my stomach. I was also a huge fan of Brett Baier and Tucker Carlson– but it stands to reason that anyone still employed by Fox is no longer trustworthy. Why do these billionaires hate us hard working taxpaying law abiding people so much?

    Liked by 10 people

  18. Mark Matis says:

    Fox is the Rove Republican channel, and they are every bit as much into Koch-sucking as the rest of their friends. Why is this any “surprise”???

    Liked by 5 people

  19. DanDeplorable says:

    Never thought I’d say this but, like a stopped clock is right twice a day, when stupid leftists were calling it Faux News, in spite of themselves they were right!

    Excellent write-up Sundance.

    Liked by 5 people

    • Donna in Oregon says:

      Um, sounds like the right is also correct about MSNBC, CBS, ABC, NBC, CNBC, PBS, NYT, WaPo, Boston Globe, etc. etc…….

      So both sides are capable of recognizing the Uniparty, but yet both sides claim a “side”. The Media is quite happy to act like there is great disparity in the “sides” of the Uniparty…..

      And people believe this crap….

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  20. jefcool64 says:

    It’s always good to be reminded that Fox News is controlled opposition. Megyn Kelly so visibly raising the curtain on their bias was for most people the final straw. That was the channel’s biggest mistake.

    I can’t imagine they expected that backlash. No…this was just someone with an ego as big as her showing what trouble she really is. In a way that really woke people up, I love the irony.

    Liked by 4 people

    • Mr. Morris says:

      Imagine the horror the media twits felt when we ignored their virtue signaling and voted for Donald Trump. Election night November 2016 was our reward. There is now a great awakening, most of us just do not believe the “main stream media” anymore.

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  21. Alison says:

    Great expose, Sundance.

    I repeat what I point out often … Paid Pundits are Paid to Talk … paid by Bosses who have control of what they say. If no discernable boss, then chaos & controversy are their money-producing bosses.

    No one who makes a living talking is immune to $$$.

    Click baiters are no different. The new genre of ‘citizen media’ is only as good as their desire to monetize their media, no matter who they are.

    The only ‘talkers’ we should be seeking are those like Sundance & Thomas Wictor who might accept donations, but are otherwise not monetized in any way (at least that we’ve been able to discern!)

    That said, we must continue to ask, seek, expose Who Is Paying in every medium that calls itself reporters or news.

    Liked by 2 people

    • DanDeplorable says:

      Wictor is good but not in the same sentence as Sundance.
      Different paragraph perhaps.
      You won’t find this quality of analysis anywhere else except up here in the treehouse.

      Liked by 5 people

  22. Donna in Oregon says:

    Fox has 50% negative reporting on President Trump and is bashed by MSM as “conservative” news. Fox is owned by an immigrant. Yep, old Rupert had to convert from being an Australian. Of course it was a business decision. It wasn’t about love for America. It was a cash transaction.

    So now Rupert thinks the poem on Lady Liberty is all about him.

    The elites are selfish b@stards……at best. At their worst they are Politicians. Check out Mr. Amnasty (McCain). Has a fabulous ranch in Sedona, far away from the illegal alien crime mecca he and the Uniparty created in Arizona.

    Selfish and greedy, all of them. Pitchforks, torches, and other implements of persuasion are required in the future for these sniveling dorks in Washington DC.

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  23. Oldschool says:

    That last picture of Trump says it all.

    Liked by 1 person

  24. Bruce says:

    These people hate Americans and they continue to try to exploit us. They smell bad.
    If you have cable or satellite, you pay the salaries and profits of these people who hate you. Whether you watch them or not, it makes no difference as long as you have your cable.

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  25. kinthenorthwest says:

    Just look at any article on Amnesty and you will see that the majority of Americans are fed up with Illegals.

    Liked by 4 people

  26. thefrankproject says:

    I do believe that if a new, truly independent TV network is formed and Carlson is brought over, he’s 100% behind #MAGA

    As for FOX, their mantra is “fair and balanced”, which means you can expect a narrative and “debate” that is also anti-MAGA. While the Murdoch sons are apparently left-leaning, it is my belief that they care about RATINGS above all else. They have to know that silencing Carlson, Hannity and others would ultimately mean total ruin for their network.

    Liked by 1 person

  27. C. Lowell says:

    I have a buddy who campaigned for Rubio;

    Needless to say, our relationship is — strained…

    Liked by 2 people

    • graciegram says:

      I have a sister who campaigned for Hillary. When I emailed her the day after the election to voice my excitement at the Trump win and tell her that maybe now we’ll never have to hear from Hillary and Bill again, she called me wicked and hasn’t spoken to me since. Sad, but I’m too old too invite this kind of drama into my life. I happily support PDJT and people that can’t deal with that will just have to miss my charming self 🙂

      Liked by 7 people

  28. Kerry Gimbel says:

    Someone mentioned Dobbs. I wonder if Fox is getting rid of him. Or he has had enough of Fox. He has been on vacation for over a month.


  29. georgiafl says:

    President Donald J. Trump is committed to the American Worker & the American Voter!!!

    President Trump’s Contract with the American Voter

    Donald Trump is the President of My Dreams!!!

    Liked by 1 person

  30. trapper says:

    OK. I’m seeing it. A six month delay means deportations would not begin until March 8. Six months for anti-American congressmen to wail and moan and show all their sympathy for non-Americans at the expense of Americans while Texans are in the worst of Harvey cleanup and rebuilding. Will they pass a clean hurricane bill? Will they pass middle class tax cuts, or will they pass tax cuts for hedge fund managers and “pay for” middle class rate cuts by deleting our mortgage interest and real estate tax deductions? Will they appropriate money for a wall? Or will they resurrect the Gang of Eight bill and spend time on that? My money is on the last one.

    If they can bungle it, they will, because they are still tone deaf. They still don’t get it. Or perhaps they just don’t understand that now WE get it.

    Liked by 2 people

    • dayallaxeded says:

      This really tees congress up–they can’t repeal 0-care, they can’t do tax reform, they can’t get their heads out of their arses to confirm PDJT’s basic appointments, can’t pass a budget, can’t fund the wall, but whooo-boy, you know they’re gonna throw another big Shamnesty tantrum. So the citizens of the USA will know exactly who and what they are. Then PDJT will veto that POS and hold massive rallies in support of opposition candidates in every RINO/GOPe district. A more beautiful Big Ugly, you couldn’t ask for!

      Liked by 1 person

    • snarkybeach says:

      rumor has it, Tuesday the House is dusting off and voting on a “Bridge” bill for the Dreamers that will extend their stay for three years. They can’t be bothered to fund the wall, fix the tax code, repeal Obamacare, but they will move heaven and earth for the illegals…


  31. Pam says:

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  32. lloydh6494w says:

    This video never gets old!

    Liked by 5 people

  33. Budman says:

    After Sundance mentioned Frank Luntz in this edition, I remembered election night around 7:00 pm Luntz saying to a panel ” I think Hillary will have a very good night”. Totally in the tank for her.

    But something went terribly wrong in his prognostication. MAGA!!!

    Liked by 1 person

  34. ). says:

    The sons of Murdoch. The sons of Soros. The nepotism of the future will lead to even more polarization, fake news, blood thirsty amoral globalist propaganda and activism We may look at the present as more benign than what comes next.

    Trump has to become an activist within the Republican Party and bring in a new culture or set the foundation for a new party. He won’t be around forever and a younger base of disciples will be needed to infiltrate the system. His own kids are not cut out for the existential struggle.

    Liked by 1 person

    • Dr T says:

      MAGA will go down in our history as the movement that saved America once again. This is bigger than the Reagan era. Trump is a revolutionary as are his cabinet members. His kids are not eligible for the presidency except for Tiffany due to their mothers not being American citizens at the time of their birth but he nor them are into family dynasties for America ( as in the Bushes and Clintons and Obama/Michelle ). They know its unseemly at best and corrupt at state core . But President Trump is a rock star and is inspiring millions of people with his America First message . It will go on . Believe it and have faith .

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  35. ALEX says:

    Always good to read this reminder again. It goes so well with the breakdown Sundance does of the Fake polls and the same stable of propagandist who publish them…

    I have no doubt the President will not budge on this. He didn’t on Paris Accord and so much more..I have never met a Republican who feels Amnesty is an important issue and quite the contrary all feel it’s a litmus test to not support a candidate…

    Thanks for posting this again…It’s a great read to share…


  36. Hm, what’d Tucker do/say? I must’ve missed it.

    Liked by 1 person

  37. Bassplayer says:

    Didn’t Ailes die from slipping in his bathroom…..


  38. kinthenorthwest says:

    This was posted by a friend of mine back when the Gang of Eight was trying to pass the last amnesty bill. There are many valid points in it. Most of the points made are due to what has happened with previous amnesty bills.

    1. The hefty fines talked about is $500 to gain access to a job in America and to stay here legally, and get citizenship, priceless. Respectfully, don’t think for a moment that they won’t overlook the fine saying “oh the poor Illegal Immigrant living in poverty he cannot afford it, it would be inhumane we’ll have to give him a hardship waiver. How long before there will be some government program to pay the fine with our taxes for those who say they can’t pay.
    2.Back taxes, how you are going to prove what they made. Is the illegal is going to say yea this is all my jobs and here’s my paystubs and here’s the fictitious names I used with false SSN’s. Background checks are going to be a joke.
    3. . Other cost to you and me. This is trillions, just for starters. Currently over a Hundred Billion is spend on Illegals a year. “the current Gang of 8 immigration reform proposal includes a major flaw that could lead to taxpayers footing the bill for trillions of dollars worth of federal welfare benefits for millions of illegal immigrants.” Not going to be on Obamacare that’s a joke. Illegals are already suing states that only want to give welfare benefits to those here legally (on our dime mine you). How long before they start law suits for that. On the other hand if they are exempt from Obamacare how long before Legal Americans get passed up or fired so the company can save $3, OOO or more per employee a year..
    4. We already spend Hundreds of Billions a year for the damage due to criminal activity they commit. Most just flee back to Mexico to come back later. That won’t change because they will still have dual citizenship, so they can flee back to wherever.
    5.The 12 to 20 million that will be eligible for citizenship will snowball since the amnesty bill gives citizenship to their relatives not here. Since Obama Dream Act Executive Order border Crossings have doubled and tripled with the ones caught screaming for their Obama Amnesty ( If there is an amount of time that you have to have been in the states before you apply, do you really think they are going to tell the truth about that).
    6.We have 30 to 60 million graduating Legal American College and High School Students will looking for jobs in our already depleted job market. OK who comes first now for the very few open jobs, the Real Legal American Student or the Illegal working on citizenship? Since Illegals will be exempt from Obamacare, Employers won’t have to pay the $3,000 yearly cost, I bet I know who they will be employing and maybe even firing


    • Contrarymary says:

      What you never read about the gang of 8 bill was the Muslims that were fastracked in and then the fast tracking of citizenship. When we talk about illegals, most are thinking of south of the border, but there also are many, many Muslims here illegally also who are “dreamers”. Many of the dreamers aren’t children, humbly asking for a chance. They put their fists in our face and demand it, then threaten us if they don’t get it. They need to go, now.


  39. Michelle says:

    I’ve been lurking here forever and never comment but wanted to share the following link because after reading this wonderful article I was still struggling to understand the ‘why??’ of it all and so I came across this from a year ago:

    Scary stuff

    Liked by 2 people

    • churchmouse says:

      Excellent — and powerful — article. Thanks for sharing the link.

      For those who see ‘Zero Hedge’ and are ignoring it, the article originally appeared on another financial site, just days before the election:

      Brief excerpt:

      ‘Imagine, for a moment, an era not far away in which the principle of sovereignty is considered so abhorrent, so racist, so violent and poisonous that any individual would be shamed or even punished by the collective for entertaining the notion. Imagine a world in which sovereignty and conservatism are held up to the next generation as the new “original sins;” dangerous ideas that almost brought about the extinction of man.’


  40. deanbrh says:

    I had forgotten how dirty the campaign was and how many filthy characters are more ruthless than ordinary citizens could comprehend. Man’s inhumanity to man is simply stunning and sickening. Thank you for your hard work putting this all together Sundance, because I’ve read so much hate I chanced upon when following your links and beyond, I know you have read tons more than that, which makes me wonder how many years you’ve been “woke”. And also makes me wonder what keeps you from being a cynical, angry person who just wants revenge. Bless you for bringing us truth we would NEVER know otherwise.


  41. RedBallExpress says:

    I like the part where Trump gets rid of Megyn Kelly.

    Liked by 1 person

  42. Sheri says:

    Senator Tillis is introducing the RAC Act for the DACA illegal aliens. Stands for Recognizing America’s Children. Typical congressional Orwellianism.

    Not surprised. He recently lobbied for an increase in H2b visas.

    Also not surprised that legislation is already waiting to legalize at least 2 million who would qualify.

    I truly hope the American people will melt the proverbial congressional switchboard over this along with retiring these swamp monsters! 😡😡😡


  43. rikster says:

    I tuned out the Tucker a while back. If you notice, almost every time he debates a loon they rip the President in some way shape or form. The response from TC is almost always “That may be true but”, then he continues tearing them apart on their ridiculous stance. Rarely does he defend the President. Example: Some nut job says the President is a racist because he has made many racist comments in the past. TC reply’s with either “That may be true but”, or ” I won’t even argue that point but.” He rarely takes a direct stand for our Pres. Reading what he did in the past tells me I made the right move. On a side note I’d like to see Mark Steyn get his own show.

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  44. Archie says:

    I guess it’s my turn to be an ass, but really, what did you see in Fox? All I saw was an endless cage match with no purpose. Hannity and O’Reilly were like fingernails on a chalkboard to me.


    • Donna in Oregon says:

      Fox was a simple exercise of controlled opposition for the Uniparty Globalists. Make it seem like there was a choice.

      The problem for Murdoch and Fox is that Americans woke up to the fact that we are being fed lies.

      Now the Murdoch’s can’t put the toothpaste back in the tube. That’s what all the MSM hysteria is about.

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  45. JuiceMan_V says:

    It all makes sense now.

    I was perplexed when Megyn Kelly said Ailes was like a father one year, and then threw him under the bus the very next year.


  46. Outstanding work as always, Sundance. We’ll see if the #fakeRepublicans in our #fakeCongress follow the Walking Dead Ryan over the cliff and vote for amnesty. What you have laid out here is the reason Donald Trump is president of the United States and why primary challengers will be able to knock off a few if not all “Republican leaders” such as Bob Corker, Jeff Flake and Paul Ryan. Fox is a freaking joke, but to his credit Tucker Carlson seems have undergone an immigration conversion–which means the Open Borders fanatics at Fox probably will knock him off.


  47. Don Butler says:

    Actually Fox News gave us some comic relief too. I’d like to see a count of how many times they declared Trump’s campaign to be over. Then came the election. They even gave the Young Turks a run for the money in the meltdown department. George Will never recovered.


  48. Digleigh says:

    Remember:: PNAE (Partnership for a new American Economy) group (pro-foreign worker/immigration, etc.) had on its board::: Murdoch, Castro, Bloomberg(who almost ran…), Igur (disney) among others….. Rubio’s campaign slogan had something about a new American economy….

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