Fox News host admits that they were the ones who radicalized Donald Trump.

By | 2018-09-02T16:56:12+00:00 September 2nd, 2018|Categories: Front Page, News|Tags: , , , , , , |5 Comments

Courtesy of The Hill:

Fox News host Greg Gutfeld said Thursday that President Trump’s transformation from a Democrat to a Republican can be attributed to the network.

Discussing President Trump’s latest broadside against CNN on “The Five,” Gutfeld said Trump’s predilection for lashing out at the media comes from his viewership of Fox News.

“Trump was radicalized by something,” Gutfeld said. “He was a Democrat for a long time. He was fairly — he was pro-choice, liberal.”

Gutfeld attributed Trump’s shift to the right to “when Fox News happened.”

“All he’s doing, Juan, is what we do, which is we bash the media,” Gutfeld said to co-host Juan Williams. “He’s turned the White House into kind of like an alternative Fox show.”

Williams interjected, “I thought you were trying to help him.”

“I’m actually saying it’s kind of refreshing,” Gutfeld responded.

My favorite part of this is this idiot thinks that it is a good thing that they helped to convince Trump not to trust the media. 

And in fact, that was the goal that Roger Ailes set for the network when it first hit cable news back in the 1980’s. 

And thanks to their efforts we have been “blessed” with Donald J. Trump. 

It’s a good thing for Fox News that liberals do not condone violence. 

I’m just saying. 

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5 Comments

  1. OP September 2, 2018 at 7:27 am - Reply

    For 170 years, that grievance has persisted—metastasized into something more poisonous than our foremothers could have imagined. It enabled a morally degenerate man to fashion himself as more palatable than a woman for the nation’s highest office. as we salivate over the latest scandal before refreshing Twitter for the next one, it is still, again, worth reflecting on how gender colors the lens through which we see this.
    “~IT~ was never about her emails.” At every twist and turn of the 2016 election, we convinced ourselves that Trump’s behavior was garden-variety sleazy while Clinton’s was unforgivably immoral. After winning, Trump stayed on brand. ~IT’s all out in the open. The Atlantic’s Peter Beinart explains that this is because Trump’s supporters define corruption as “less the violation of law than the violation of established [racial and sexual] hierarchies.” In other words, Clinton’s real crime was DARING to run for president. Not only is female ambition itself categorized as a type of corruption, but a woman’s every action is judged on a wildly different scale from men—a scale that minimizes the sins of powerful, white men. “lockHer UP room talk.”

    https://www.thedailybeast.com/hillarys-problem-wasnt-emails-it-was-challenging-stereotypes?ref=scroll

    https://www.theatlantic.com/politics/archive/2018/08/what-trumps-supporters-think-of-corruption/568147/

    “How Fascism Works, the Yale philosophy professor Jason Stanley makes an intriguing claim. “Corruption, to the fascist politician,” “is really about the corruption of purity rather than of the law. Officially, the fascist politician’s denunciations of corruption sound like a denunciation of political corruption. But such talk is intended to evoke corruption in the sense of the usurpation of the traditional order.”
    “For many Republicans, Trump remains uncorrupt—indeed, anticorrupt—because what they FEAR most isn’t the corruption of American law; it’s the corruption of America’s traditional identity.”

    “Clinton’s candidacy threatened traditional gender roles. For many Americans, female ambition—especially in service of a feminist agenda—in and of itself represents a form of corruption.
    “When female politicians were described as power-seeking,” noted the Yale researchers Victoria Brescoll and Tyler Okimoto in a 2010 STUDY,
    “participants experienced feelings of moral outrage (i.e., contempt, anger, and/or disgust).”

    https://www.politicususa.com/2018/09/02/judge-jeanine-tells-sessions-to-put-on-his-big-boy-pants-or-resign.html

    “$hame Sessions as an incompetent leader who was “tearing America apart.” “Pirro said, opening her show.
    “You groveled and begged for the job and out of loyalty he gave it to you. You are so clueless, you don’t even know you are being used. You don’t even know you are nothing but a shill.”
    “Even your best friends Lindsey Graham and Chuck Grassley have had it with you and are ready to throw you under the bus,”
    “According to Pirro, Sessions “groveled and begged” Trump for the attorney general job and the president gave it to him “out of pity.”
    ” he accomplished “basically nothing” and “did not deserve to be Attorney General.”

    Pirro then added that the Russia investigation of special counsel Mueller is “OVER” and that the “unhinged conspiracy theory is dead.”“Resign immediately because you are not wanted or put on your big boy pants and be a real attorney general.”

  2. anon September 2, 2018 at 2:22 pm - Reply

    OT/ “A GoFundMe set up for President Trump’s former fixer Michael Cohen by his lawyer Lanny Davis called the “Michael Cohen Truth Fund” has raised more than $165,000.” “Michael Flynn had the “Michael T. Flynn Legal Defense Fund” set up by his family.”

    https://www.axios.com/gofundme-legal-defense-michael-cohen-trump-cdfd8077-fee7-4692-beb1-dcfae4896060.html

  3. Anonymous September 3, 2018 at 9:11 pm - Reply

    Are they apologizing for their complicancy or bragging to take credit? Too bad what they did wouldn’t be considered a crime and even so, you can’t throw a corporation in prison (so they are NOT A PERSON!)

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