Media Manuevers To Manipulate Alabama Voters – Once Again Murdoch’s FOX GOPe Agenda…

Fox News is back in action with the single most ridiculous, psy-op engineered, agenda polls in the last several years…. and coming from a CTH community that has reviewed hundreds of media polls in the past 5 years, that’s quite a statement.  Consider:

(Emerson Poll Link)  -vs-  (Fox News Poll Link)

Both of these cannot be correct.  The margin of error claimed is +/- 2.5%.  There is a NINETEEN point difference between both Alabama Polls.  However, only ONE is a media driven agenda poll.  Can you guess which one?

Yes, once again, the Rupert Murdoch clan are up to their media-polling tricks utilizing Daron Shaw.  Shaw and Associates, is more appropriately identified as a political action committee of the GOPe, and have been used by Fox News, exhaustively and exclusively, for years to engineer narratives on behalf of the republican establishment.   This time the narrative is so obvious Fox News deserves public humiliation.

Within the Fox Poll Daron Shaw intentionally manipulates the group being polled.  They poll R+2 (meaning only two percent more republicans than democrats) in a state that voted R+28 in the most recent election.   Essentially Fox has paid Daron Shaw to give them a poll as if Democrats and Republicans are equal in the number of registered voters the state.

They’re not.

Not even close.

Alabama is to Republicans (49-35), what California is to Democrats (43-28). (link)

Hopefully the people of Alabama will see through this manipulation and use this opportunity to crush the agenda-driven polling constructs of Fox News.

The Democrats and UniParty Republicans will cede no ground. There is only one majority political ideology within Washington DC, and it is based on financial interest. Their rules of engagement are entirely self-serving. They will fight against any entity, for any reason, on any issue, even reversing their own individual policy positions, if they view that entity as an existential risk to their power structure and decades-long financial constructs.

For those who live within the institutions, nothing is out-of-bounds; therefore, in order to defeat the systemic and institutional rot, we must fight as an insurgent opposition.

War is ugly. Political war against the swamp, while accepting their one-sided rules of engagement, is exponential hell. In order to gain victory, you have to be prepared to advance into the fire at all costs.  In the final analysis this approach is the essential element of ‘Cold Anger’.

It may be unsettling for most; after all, we-the-people have never sought confrontation for the sake of itself.  However, confrontation is an outcome of a battered electorate finally saying ‘No More’.

The political pendulum has never, in the history of humanity, stayed on one side of a swing. Likewise, the resulting backlash is always, always, directly proportionate to how far off skew it was taken before corrective action was engaged.

President Trump was/is our corrective political MOAB.  There is no longer a retreat position possible.  Those who oppose the restoration of our Republic have gone all-in.  Their terms are to remove the threat.  He and We are the threat.

Foolishness, selfishness, corruption and betrayal of our nation by its political elites have  served to reveal dangers within our republic.  Exhausted, we accepted that 2016 was the time when forceful correction needed to be applied. However, we fully understood that misplaced corrective action, regardless of intent, would be neither safe nor wise.

The media are disconnected from the reality of their landscape yet seem to find themselves opining about political violence.  Those media voices would be wise to remind themselves that candidate Donald Trump, now President Trump, was the “lesser extreme” strategy for correction.  As President Trump said during a recent rally in Iowa: “they’re lucky our side isn’t violent.”  He was entirely accurate.   President Trump was the last best option.

There’s a level of anger far deeper and more consequential than expressed rage or visible behavior.  Cold Anger does not need to go to violence.  For those who carry it, no conversation is needed.  You cannot poll or measure it; and even those who carry it avoid discussion.  And that decision has nothing whatsoever to do with any form of correctness.

Cold Anger is not hatred, it is far more purposeful.

Hatred takes energy.  Cold Anger is not willing to give energy to the opposition.

Cold Anger absorbs betrayal silently, often prudently.

Betrayal lies at the originating cellular level for Cold Anger.

We watched the shooting of cops, and the protests parades which followed, absorbing.

Cold Anger takes notice of the liars, even from a great distance – seemingly invisible to the mob.  Cold Anger will still hold open the door for the protest parade goer.  Mannerly.

Cold Anger when evidenced is more severe because it is more strategic. It is more deliberate; Cold Anger is far more purposeful.

Cold Anger does not gloat; a central tenet is to absorb consistent vilification and ridicule as fuel.

This sense of Cold Anger does not want to exist.  It is forced to exist in otherwise unwilling hosts – who would much rather be sensing something more productive, yet each person refuses to be destabilized by it.

The productive and polite life continues, but the larger notations necessarily remain. Keen awareness and acceptance of the surroundings is a trait of those carrying Cold Anger.

Deliberate intent and prudence ensures avoiding failure.  The course, is thoughtful vigilance;  a strategy essentially devoid of emotion, hence ‘Cold’.

Cold Anger is not driven to act in spite of itself; it drives a reckoning.  Patience is not acceptance; time is simply measured for optimal value.

When the well attired leave the checkout line carrying steaks and shrimp using an EBT or SNAP card, the door is still held open; yet notations necessarily embed.

When the border is left unguarded, it is accepted to be unguarded for a purpose.

When the United States flag lays undefended, perhaps gleefully unattended, it does not lay unattended and unnoticed.  It is being well noted.

When a school community cannot openly pray, it does not mean the prayerful were absent.

When a liar seems to win, it is not without observation.  Many – more than the minority would like to admit – know the difference between science, clocks and a political agenda.

Cold Anger perceives deception the way a long-term battered spouse absorbs the blow in the hours prior to the pre-planned exit; with purpose.

A shield, or cry of micro-aggression will provide no benefit, nor quarter.  Delicate sensibilities are dispatched like a feather in a hurricane.

Pushed far enough, decisions are reached.

Support Roy Moore



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249 Responses to Media Manuevers To Manipulate Alabama Voters – Once Again Murdoch’s FOX GOPe Agenda…

  1. Binkser1 says:

    As many of us have said, Fox News is not on our side. I have to ask, though: Why are they putting out such a ridiculously fake poll? Do they think Moore voters in AL are really that stupid to fall for this and will be so dejected that they won’t vote or are they setting up for massive fraud?

    Liked by 9 people

    • ladypenquin says:

      Fox has many viewers in the Republican dominated state. For a couple of decades, Fox was the refuge network news where we believed we found refuge. It’s only been in the past couple of years, and especially since Ailes is gone, and Rupert retired that they’ve made the full Left turn. They don’t have to hide it anymore. We just have to stop watching them.

      In answer to your question – it’s a matter of demoralizing the Moore voters – and note, I didn’t say supporters, but simply the voters we need to turn out tomorrow.

      The idea that FOX is openly pushing a candidate who believes in abortion without restraint, universal healthcare – which would be worse than the NHS in Britain, simply because of sheer population numbers, and would vote for everything Commie Schumer and Pelosi want is the final revelation of that cable network.

      Praying Moore wins, and we can make sure FOX knows they’re perceived the same as CNN. Evil.

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      • Mia C says:

        Yeah. But they’ve been neo-cons all along, and look how much we let that damage us. Blew up the Middle East with the neo-con Iraq debacle and they kept the borders open for the cheap labor.
        –Then to keep us in line they’d show us the military and some flags.
        –FOX has been a well disguised enemy for longer than we realized. I only tuned out when they were determined to get Jeb in there, or Hillary as their friggin’ back up.
        –Trump has unmasked FOX news. There are a few good people at FOX, but the whole operation has actually been a net loss for the country.
        –I want a nationalist network. (Nationalist meaning all backgrounds of Americans)

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    • Number 41 says:

      Despite the daily protestations by Hannity that “they”, meaning anybody not Fox, are the mainstrem media, the fake news, hate trump media, etc., it is his network pumping the bs too. Including Martha McCallum’s little passive aggressive anti-Moore bit tonight. Fox is absolutely controlled opposition. When the uniparty gets desperate, their slip starts to show. Just remember Rupert is still in the same CFR with all the “fake media” moguls, soros, clinton, gore, frist, rumsfeld, etc. You know, their “mortal enemies of the left”.

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    • fleporeblog says:

      Today’s Fox Poll in my mind was supposed to coincide with Megyn Kelly and CBS dragging out our President’s accusers. They wanted to paint the narrative that our President has become toxic to the Republican Party. We have been taught well by SD that nothing is done accidentally. The problem for them is that the “Religion of Peace” decided to try and blow himself up on a NYC train. They didn’t calculate for it!

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      • shallbe4 says:

        If the media sees to it that Moore doesn’t win they make Moore a Martyr. But if they make certain he wins so they can take him down later they will appear to have some compassion for the so-called flawed Senator as they drive the voters choice from office. We need Moore and many more like him so we can continue to Make America Great Again. May God be with us tomorrow and everyday after that and Bless The Judge and Kayla Moore. They are truly special people.


    • BeePee says:

      They did a ridiculously outlier poll against Trump just before the SC primary last year right before Jeb quit. And Trump won so there did not appear to be massive fraud. So they probably think Moore voters are really stupid.

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    • shallbe4 says:

      I think Fox knows that Moore is going to win but their Poll can be used by those who want to investigate Moore after he becomes a Senator. McConnell casually mentioned a Senate investigation as to whether Moore actually sexually abused these women to take place once he takes office. All the while saying that its up to the people of Alabama to elect their own Senator. So the good news is they will let Moore win only to destroy him when he does.


      • jrapdx says:

        Seriously I doubt McConnell will find it all that easy to investigate and “destroy” Moore after he’s elected tomorrow. If the comments you allude to are to be believed, McConnell is a person who slinks around saying nasty, threatening things. Maybe he is, or isn’t, still, look at all the characters in the Senate who have acted badly in many different ways and not “destroyed” accordingly. (OTOH Franken more or less self-destructed, a different thing altogether.)

        I predict if Moore is elected, especially if it’s decisively, McConnell and company will be nice as pie. Moore will occupy his seat and like the rest of the Senate, make noises from time to time, but otherwise (except in Alabama) not much will be heard about him, or his “accusers”, at least until the next election.


    • Paul Revere says:

      They are seeding the electorate for the fall(fix). This is no election, that is one thing you can be absolutely sure of. And these results portend what is to come in 2018.
      A great deal more would need to be uprooted for a real election to occur.


  2. appadoo9 says:

    Moore. Standby Our President, and be a Champion of YOUR opposition, and Vote Term Limits!

    Liked by 1 person

  3. Ghostrider says:

    But, if Roy Moore wins, do you think the Russians did it all over again?

    Liked by 6 people

  4. Deplorables are much too smart to pay attention to polls. The fake pollsters offend our intelligence by thinking we’re gonna be swayed by their BS rather than make our own intelligent conclusions and decisions. Didn’t they learn anything in ’16?

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  5. Pam says:

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  6. Freedom5 says:

    I’m glad Sundance dove into the details of this poll. Varney announced the results this morning and I thought that sounds like fake news. Has anyone read Cashill’s article on American Thinker ?

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    • Yes … and it’s killer!! 😉

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    • Marica says:

      Reading that American Thinker article…COLD ANGER…but dangerously close to HOT! We the People.. of CTH..are so well educated by Sundance and so many other great posters here…I feel blessed to have found you all! I was a Fox addict–switched to ONLY LOU, Varney, Tucker and Hannity–now–I watch Hallmark Christmas shows and read treehouse! And I am more relaxed and happy now than ever! THank you All!!


      • BeePee says:

        Hannity boycotted Trump from his show right before the Iowa caucuses. The all important first voting of the primaries. Remember that?


    • kiskiminetas says:

      The deep state is a cesspool and articles like this validate it.


  7. MaineCoon says:

    Murdoch disgraced himself…again. Fine. All these lies just make the cold anger simmer and simmer. We won’t forget. Alabamians will come out in bigger numbers than ever. No one is being fooled anymore. Dem Jones is going down, but the big victorious defeat will be the GOPe, especially Mitch. Down with the E.

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  8. Thank God that Alabama was wise enough to pass a photo voter ID law. Pray that all of the polls have Trump watchers to make sure that those laws are kept and that no votes are stolen when the counting takes place.

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  9. Apollo says:

    I knew this had to be a manipulated poll as soon as I saw it. Honestly surprised at this from Fox, at this point, though. I thought they’d been doing an OK job of covering this race, compared to the others.

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    • suejeanne1 says:

      It seems to me – personally – like Jonathan Serrie – who is covering the Moore campaign – is sure to bring up whatever negative messages they want to inject – while Peter Doocy over at the Doug Jones campaign is just allowed to report pleasantly about Doug Jones –

      Steve Doocy and Briane Kilmeade (Fox and Friends) have both always been two of our favorites and we have enjoyed watching Peter Doocy coming along – seems like a very nice young man and so much like his Dad – I wonder if Fox thinks they are being pretty canny, putting a nice kid on the Doug Jones beat to try to have that niceness help Doug Jones. Regarding Brian Kilmeade, we were pleasantly surprised to see that he was allowed to promote his Andy Jackson book and there was a show about it on Fox yesterday – are they (Fox people) trying to make Southerners think that Fox wouldn’t be up to anything, that Fox appreciates and understands Southerners?

      On the other hand, they have that dopey “positive populism” guy on there who is the newest thing Fox is trying to foist on us – he gave a very bizarre expostulation a few weeks ago about how Roy Moore needs to be defeated, that if he wins, that will harm MAGA and “positive populism”. Plus I can’t stand his outfits, with those grubby-looking t-shirts under his jackets – no respect for the audience in not bothering wear a normal shirt and tie – he is apparently convinced he has to be “different” and catch our attention n that way. I don’t care if he spends $1,000 on those t-shirts – they look baggy and too large in the neck – I don’t like that look.

      Speaking of attire – this morning on “Outnumbered” that girl with the choppy hair and weird glasses was wearing the MOST inappropriate little number for this time of year and time of day and the job she is doing – it would be all right I suppose as a cocktail dress for a party but NOT for what she is doing – why does Fox allow that? Then in the afternoon, Kimberly Guilfoyle on “The Five” was wearing a dress that looked like it was made from the same green material but it was pulled down showing both shoulders! Who is telling them to dress like that? Plus Melissa Francis this morning had a really weird “cold shoulder” dress that looked totally absurd.

      Okay, I am talking now about how people dress and maybe that all seems unimportant – I just want to make the point that it is another example of Fox News showing NO RESPECT. In your face. Gotta stop watching it.

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    • Benson II says:

      Support the good throw out the bad. Fox is still the only place that at least has some good. If there’s one thing we (conservatives) should have learned by now it’s that no news shows are going to be entirely to the good including Fox. We have to sort through every source. In the case of Fox I say don’t throw out the baby with the bathwater.


  10. itsy_bitsy says:

    Having more than half a brain, I was immediately suspicious of this “new” poll! Pollsters are liars, and I don’t care who hires them. Now get this – the day BEFORE the election a brand new poll comes out that TOTALLY REVERSES ALL OTHERS. Is anyone really dumb enough to take it at “face” value? They have and will slant the poll which ever way they want to get their desired results. That Fox allows this is disturbing, but it doesn’t whitewash the pack of liars involvedl. Just ask yourself “if this poll is correct then how about the others?”. Yeah how about that?

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  11. JCL says:

    No. I remained Republican. The GOPe must leave the party. The get out – not me. Just like Californians who want to secede – they get out and don’t get to take any land, ports, bases, resources, etc.

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  12. Deborah @UnTamedInSD says:

    Me… when i was young i was a Reagan democrat, then i went GOP
    and finally I went Independent with the birth of GWB.

    Liked by 1 person

    • KJinCton says:

      Just an aside…I wanted to say it was nice to see another pro photographer here. Nice work on your website!
      23 year portrait pro in Georgia here…

      Liked by 1 person

      • Deborah @UnTamedInSD says:

        Hey Thanks! wow 23 yrs! Photography was a second career for me, I spend most of my life as Food and beverage director at country clubs and Bar/Rest. manager
        back in those days i had to food on the table etc.

        but i’ve always been an freelance “multi media” artist, work when i could i was taught how to paint by family artists from the age of like 2 (water color and acrylics) and at age 11 i took a black and white photography class that included dark room
        and i was hooked.

        it wasn’t until like 2006 or so that i got serious – living in iowa at the time i wasn’t inspired and so i took up portrait work to have something to photograph. but wildlife is where my passion is.

        anyways – do you have a website?


  13. Wow, Sundance. Your commentary and insight continue to floor me. And thank you for continuing to remind us of our cold anger. We’ve had a lot of winning the last couple weeks, but we must NEVER let complacency take over again. We need to keep that cold anger harnessed until it can be used with scalpel-like precision against freedoms enemies, wherever they are. Whoever they are. There’s a lot of them. More than I would have guessed a year ago. But there’s more of us and we have not only President Trump on our side, PDT has God on his side. And ours. I’m convinced of this.
    I pray for President Trump’s safety everyday and that God will continue to bless him and his cabinet with uncommon wisdom.
    I know the evil ones will get their full justice in the afterlife. But I do ask the Lord if He wouldn’t mind if we got to see some justice during this life, too. That’s my Christmas wish.

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  14. Binkser1 says:

    I’ve stayed Republican for only one reason: so I can try to primary any GOPe traitors that run for office here in FL.

    Liked by 6 people

    • Lindenlee says:

      Me, too. Had to really hold my nose voting for Lil Marco last time. Hard to know in some primaries who to vote for. In this case, it was just the one that had enough money to beat the odious Dim.


  15. George says:

    This election mirrors President Trump’s Primary and Presidential runs. A Trump voter constantly portrayed is a horrible person in many ways. TRUMP’S MAGA voters don’t Swamp poll, they are the SILENT Patriots.

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  16. dissonant1 says:

    +1 Sundance … for every paragraph … every sentence. You are not only a keen observer of the political players and minutiae, you also see the big picture, are wise, and are a leader. That is because you understand the motives and means of those for which you speak, as well as the motives and means of those who are their (our) enemies. In the knowledge and guidance you provide you are singular. Thank You!

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    • BeePee says:

      What motivates the guy to do what he does? He volunteered and worked like crazy in this years hurricane aftermath in FL and in the same spirit spends hours researching and doing articles here at CTH. I don’t give a crap about my neighbors. Some people are just born great. Like, where would I go to without CTH. I was motivated to come here to see if there was any mention of the Fox poll after listening to Hannity tonight and sure enough…. that’s why I am posting here in this thread tonight.


  17. Mia C says:

    BRILLIANT ANALYSIS………….classic m0therphuuuuuucking fake polling. I call it push polling but I’m not sure if that’s where you ask loaded questions, because this is worse than that.
    –These liars are literally trying to depress Republican voters, and mobilize Democrats.
    –In other countries, publishing polling the month before an election isn’t even allowed!!!!!
    1) We either need a law like that, if 1st amendment allows it
    2) I’d like to start suing these stations.
    –Does the First Amendment allow you to willingly present false news? I just cannot believe that intentionally lying to affect the outcome of an election is fully legal.
    –Weird that even Drudge, who hates Roy Moore, didn’t report the FOX poll as the gospel.
    –Seems like our democracy would be helped by a law against publishing polls before elections. Third party candidates would benefit the most. People often don’t vote for them because they think it’s throwing their vote away.
    –I don’t know. It’s definitely psychological warfare.

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  18. marinovibe says:

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  19. Texian says:

    Yes – years ago.. after my experience as a Texas State Senatorial Delegate.. What they did to the “Tea Partiers” later on, they practiced it on me and others in my precinct first.. We had nobody to turn to at the time either.. we were outcasts.. ‘a rag tag bunch of conservative misfits’ as a matter of fact..

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  20. freq says:

    “Both of these cannot be correct”…

    ya’ think?…


  21. Ray F. says:

    In regards to cold anger, Rudyard Kipling wrote this poem:

    The Beginnings

    It was not part of their blood,
    It came to them very late
    With long arrears to make good,
    When the English began to hate.

    They were not easily moved,
    They were icy-willing to wait
    Till every count should be proved,
    Ere the English began to hate.

    Their voices were even and low,
    Their eyes were level and straight.
    There was neither sign nor show,
    When the English began to hate.

    It was not preached to the crowd,
    It was not taught by the State.
    No man spoke it aloud,
    When the English began to hate.

    It was not suddenly bred,
    It will not swiftly abate,
    Through the chill years ahead,
    When Time shall count from the date
    That the English began to hate.

    Lest we forget, America takes part in that Anglo-Saxon heritage, as well. Those who would wrong a civilized people would do well to remember that. ='[.]’=

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  22. Joe says:

    Now consider Sen. Shelby, the GOPe backstabs to the end.

    Liked by 1 person

    • cdquarles says:

      I’m actually not that surprised by that. Shelby has always been the more left leaning. He’s the guy that won a seat in the 80s from Jeremiah Denton, if I am remembering correctly.


  23. nole2016 says:

    Any news network that has Shepard Smith as a host is always suspect in my opinion.


  24. eagle1965 says:

    Interesting information about Doug Jones and his former wife. The comments are very enlightening!

    Liked by 1 person

  25. KathyS says:

    If the Fox poll was really accurate, would the RNC and the McConnell bunch in DC suddenly be reversing themselves and “letting Alabama decide”? No – they know Moore is going to win, and don’t want to be on seen as being on the wrong side (too late!)

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  26. Great article Sundance, as usual.
    May God bless our movement with a big win for Roy tomorrow.


  27. aredtailblog says:

    Any ground reports from any Alabamians on the readiness of your communities to vote?


  28. Blade says:

    The sad truth of the matter is that there simply is no actual news channel to be found anywhere on radio or TV in America at this point in 2017, and really since World War II to be perfectly honest. Of all the established I mean establishment outlets …

    Fox FNC / FNN … GOPe-TV

    Two halves of the uniparty offering the illusion of competition, choices and free will. You’re living in a dream world Neo. If people wanted to, they could start contacting the FCC, FTC, FEC and DoJ and file complaints that *all* of these fake outlets are simply undeclared PACs, huge money laundering operations for the political class. They are illegal unregulated political action committees. If the actual parties were to build a partisan TV channel from the ground up, it would fall short of these existing phony news channels. They are not the press, they are not what the First Amendment speaks about. If they are considered “press”, then so are we and we should be given our own airwaves and TV channels to balance out the battlefield. Instead we have government sanctioned monopolies that block us out and perpetuate the fake two party system, and then they call it “news”. Go after them through the FCC. FTC, FEC and DoJ. That is how to break the back of this evil hydra.

    Now why would Fox do this today? Besides Murdoch not really caring about pushback and even willing to let FNC become a loss leader to serve the greater good, there is another reason. The bean counters did a simple calculation that shows them that whatever they lose in loyalty in the deep “red” south will be offset by the good will and street cred gained in the corrupt “blue” north. Every DNC outlet, CNN / ABC / NBC / CBS / PBS will be citing this poll in full screen graphics for 24 hours straight. That’s right, Fox just purchased advertising on their so-called “enemy” competitor networks for the mere cost of an R- ( as opposed to a D+ ) biased poll.

    What needs to be done is for people to go after the Fox paid personalities, angrily and viciously IMHO. It’s called accountability. Let them know we’re onto them and even though the President cuts Fox News some slack ( compared to the alternatives ) We The People will not. Here are some of the paid-for talking heads Twiiter accounts: @TuckerCarlson @SeanHannity @IngrahamAngle @ShannonBream @JudgeJeanine @Judgenap @GeraldoRivera @GreggJarrett @BretBaier @ChrisStirewalt @MarcThiessen @Kilmeade @ShepNewsTeam @jessebwatters @KimGuilfoyle @DanaPerino @TheJuanWilliams. The fact that Thiessen, Stirewalt and Perino can even show their faces after being so wrong for two years speaks volumes. I reserve special scorn for the two fake Judges, Jeanine and Napolitano. They make Judge Judy look sane.

    How do you define Irony? On a day that NYC gets hit again with another Muslim terror attack, Lip Gloss Barbie ( Shannon Bream ) is busy running the GOPe preference up the flagpole as she parrots their fake poll and pushes for the (D)ummycrat in Alabama. Holy crap! This broad is Megyn 2.0, though perhaps even a dumber, and natural, blonde. Truthfully, it may as well be one or two years ago as nothing has changed on FNC despite the beating Fox has taken. They must never ever live this one down. Ah well. 24 hours from now this election will be over and they will be serving up another whopper of an excuse for this predictable and disgraceful performance. And I can’t wait to see it.

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    • Patriot Lady says:

      1 little disagreement with you, Blade:
      “…..What needs to be done is for people to go after FOX personalities.” Actually, no— the target should be FOX’s money, it’s advertisers. Contact FOX’s advertisers, and tell them the only reason you watch now is to make a list of its sponsors so you can boycott them. It’s always about the money, Blade– always.


      • BeePee says:

        The exact same advertisers as CNN.


      • Blade says:

        Well sure you can go after the advertisers, but the enemy Soros/Brock is already doing that to Hannity and probably others as well, and ( thankfully ) it hasn’t worked on the few conservative targets they aim at.

        Besides, what do you propose you tell their advertisers? I’m not purchasing your magic air mattress because you advertise on GOPe-TV and DNC-TV. There is no way to take a principled Constitutional stand here through the advertiser boycotts. The people buying time don’t care about the Constitution or a Republic or the concept of a free press. I just don’t see how this helps the solve actual problem of political action committees masquerading as news networks hiding behind the First Amendment. A problem that was conceived when FDR courted Edward R. Murrow and was fully born when Murrow declared war on Tailgunner Joe. Then Vietnam and Cronkite, and we see how the fake media was completely captured by the left, and now the center-left with FNC. This is a systemic problem exceeding Orwellian proportions and no boycott will touch that.

        On the other hand, Trump has managed to actually damage the heretofore unassailable enemedia here and we need to help out. There is a good guy there in the FCC, presumably there are solid people at FTC and FEC so there may be a possibility of damaging the fake news media through various actions. Given more time, cases will wind their way through the system and land in a more conservative Supreme Court after several more picks ( figure two years minimum to get a case through the maze ).

        At the very least, folks need to stop referring to them as “the press”. They are unregulated illegal political action committees, period. Televised party politics 24/7/365. All of them. We have televised the editorial pages of the newspapers of the pre-TV era. But you and I don’t get to be on television 24/7/365. And that is the point. We have a government sanctioned presence of the uniparty in every home, only differing from 1984 ( or the BBC ) in very slight ways.

        Think about how it was in 1800 when there were equally sharp opinions in the newpapers from the big government Federalists and the opposing ( original ) Jeffersonian Republicans. No-one had to buy a newspaper. And if you wanted to you could print your own with no limitations. The TV age with corporate monopoly ownership and their bundling of channels guarantees that these political party PACs are inserted into every home that receives TV through any medium. As long as the uniparty has this advantage of the average citizen then they are guaranteed existence in perpetuity.

        One way to address this is to have the FCC accept citizen complaints of political bias on this captive monopolistic system. Then it becomes self-regulating. All the liberal scum will report Fox for bias, and all normal patriots will report CNN, ABC, NBC, CBS, PBS, even the sports channels etc. IOW, everyone gets reported. The penalty? Steep fines and equal time. Then maybe they will close up shop and go away because it is too complex or expensive to exist. That’s why we don’t have our own channels, it is too complex and expensive to exist there. We must attack the corporate monopoly of this, especially as the tech monopolies like Google, Amazon, Facebook, Apple, Microsoft are eyeballing this very subject.

        Keep in ming the monopoly aspect here. Monopolies don’t care if you boycott. They no how to use loss leaders to still be successful. Murdoch won’t care about FNC losing money, Bezos about Compost, Time-Warner about CNN. Even if they lose money they’ll chalk it up as a lobbying expenditure since these outlets are effectively lobbying for their points of view. Money well spent.

        BTW, about going after the talent specifically. That means to attack Hannity and Bream and Kilmeade and whoever else as stooges and whores for their uniparty sponsors. It is an appeal to their self-respect ( and a satisfying catharsis to us ) when correctly identifying them as what they are. The united FNC Jihad against Roy Moore is so patently obvious that I have more respect for the enemy at CNN today since that is who they always were.


    • BeePee says:

      Judge Jeanine tries to be tough like Judge Judy but she comes across as tough and ditzy at the same time.


  29. WSB says:

    I think SD was giving us all a subtle sledgehammer.

    “VOTE JUDGE ROY MOORE!!!!!!!!!”

    Liked by 1 person

  30. BeePee says:

    Me. 2008 when only Savage Nation and Lou Dobbs of (then) CNN were exposing the liberal Republican establishment elitism. Laura and Shawn were all in for John Mcain. Lou, the ‘token conservative’ at a liberal establishment news channel. Just like now! These guys are ‘Legacy Populists’ before populism was cool. I have a long memory. Laura? Shawn? Rush? I was one of the Independents voting for Trump. In TX at the time where I lost the primary to Ted but won the general.


  31. Patriot Lady says:

    Sundance and Fellow Refugees,
    When Roy Moore wins tomorrow, could we dare say his victory would equal the same monumental defeat of Eric Cantor by Dave Brat?!!

    Liked by 1 person

  32. Margaret Mary says:

    Every time Roy Moore says the word God the Republicans must be gagging.


  33. Margaret Mary says:

    Whenever Roy Moore mentions God I get the feeling the Republicans are gagging.

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  34. Margaret Mary says:

    The Republicans must gag every time they heard Roy Moore mention “God.”


  35. suejeanne1 says:

    The first time that I felt betrayed by Fox News was that Monday right after Easter Sunday in 2000 –

    Elian had been extracted from that house in the middle of the night, whisked away and back in Cuba –

    CNN, MSNBC and the networks CBS, NBC and ABC had all “finished” with the story – there was nothing more to report or question about how men with stocking-masks in a van pulled that off and it was severely upsetting to the Cuban-Americans who thought it was the Cuban Secret Police allowed to conduct an operation on American soil – but nevermind, the story is all over now, enough of that, he is back with his father where he belongs, in Cuba.

    Hopefully, Fox News would continue to pursue it – wasn’t the family going to have a press conference – waiting for a “news alert” –

    nope, no “news alert” about Elian, old news –

    and at 1:00 pm that afternoon, Rupert was having a very important foreign policy conference with very important people like Henry Kissinger and all the other foreign policy experts that were going to discuss very important matters of a global nature and wow, it was going to be aired on Fox News – I thought I saw Rupert going down the aisles, handing out some programs, looking very wound up and excited to be hosting such an important conference and that was going to be IT for the rest of the day.

    The message to Fox viewers was forget about Elian and the weird Attorney General, Janet Reno and the Clintons and Gregory Craig working to restore Elian to Communist Paradise.

    Rupert is with the big dogs now, discussing global developments, foreign affairs and all that jazz.

    I wondered if that was his payoff in helping to shut down the Elian Story.


  36. Donna in Oregon says:

    When Roy Moore speaks it is the closest many have ever been to a church service. There are so many pleasures we miss if we don’t use Cold Anger.

    Stay cool, Treepers.

    We are the new chapter of American history.


  37. George says:

    Alabama Senate race is a corrupt Swamp scam with the cowardly Republicans Senators colluding with the Democrat party in order to lose the Alabama Senate race. Repubicans can now hide their betrayal with a Chuck Schumer Democrat majority. They obstruct President Trump’s agenda and end MAGA. A complpete betrayal on American citizens of the United States. This is just one part of the Alabama Senate race corruption. Here it’s old news, move on. When your new to Politics the deception is unbelievable. This one is hard let go


  38. Colorado Conservative says:

    Yes. I switched to Unaffiliated a month before the November 2016 election BECAUSE of what the UniParty GOP did (and is still doing) to Trump. Then I whooped for joy when Colorado voters passed the ballot issue that would allow Unaffiliated voters to vote in either the GOP or Democrat presidential primary elections (not sure about other election primaries like Congress though).


    • Founding Fathers Fan says:

      If your State does not permit ‘unaffiliated’ voters to vote in Congressional primaries, then you have deliberately removed yourself from the primary process and you are not part of any solution. Those who stand for nothing fall for anything. – Alexander Hamilton


  39. America First says:

    Connecting this to the trends in the Atlanta mayoral race, where a moderately conservative white candidate only lost by around 700 votes to the black woman backed by the Democrat machine, in a city with a 53% black population and loads of white liberals, I went and looked up the precinct breakdowns. The reason that race was so close? In the majority of the city of Altanta precincts in which the populations are 95+% black, Norwood got 15-20% of the vote! If there are that many red-pilled black voters in Alabama, Moore cruises. Just like President Trump answered when asked about how we can help race relations: ‘Jobs, prosperity, for American workers in inner cities.’


    • George says:

      They played the race card to set the narrative for an enormous African American vote. A massive on the ground voter fraud campaign,with no oversight ensures hugh African American vote. Remember they don’t care about obvious election corruption, never happened. Swamp is desperate with no intention of losing. If Moore gets the Alabama overwhelming President Trump Train vote has often beat the steal. I’m coming here tonight leaning Jones but Moore wins if Trump supporters vote.


  40. Bendix says:

    I noticed one of the networks had cleaned up its act slightly, with regard to the number of women making accusations against Moore, but another, ABC I think, is still repeating the false “9 women, sexual misconduct” narrative.
    There are two women accusing Mr. Moore of any wrongdoing. Two. One of whom produced dummied up “evidence” of her claims.


  41. TheLastDemocrat says:

    The spin: “Jones lost because it is too hard to vote in Alabama!”
    Jiminy Christmas, people!

    I moved there, got registered to vote, got my car registered, got my utilities turned on, etc., got cable TV, etc., etc. Not a big deal.

    One day, minorities, generally, will get sick of being regarded as helpless idiots, and will speak out against this, as they do at other indignities.


  42. jbrickley says:

    Psalms 23:5 “Thou preparest a table before me in the presence of mine enemies: thou anointest my head with oil; my cup runneth over”. –KJV

    Make that a cup of mine enemies tears, best served cold…


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