The fact that President Trump has not appeared on Fox News in more than 100 days is a deliberate strategy to try and remove him from the GOP and conservatism.
Since making an appearance on Hannity on April 13, Trump has not been a guest on Fox News. Hannity, who presents himself as an arch-conservative in public while raking in millions of dollars each year from globalist funding, is avoiding him as well. Trump is said to be complaining to acquaintances that Hannity “doesn’t appear interested in him anymore.”
The removal of Trump from Fox News is part of a larger scheme to depose him as the head of the Republican Party, “effectively pushing him out of the news cycle.” This decision was made with Fox News billionaire owner Rupert Murdoch and his son, Fox News CEO Lachlan Murdoch’s consent. The Murdochs are enraged that Trump has started an America First movement within the GOP.
The New York Post and Wall Street Journal are likewise trashing Trump, spreading false information about Jan. 6 to assist the federal commission dedicated to demonizing patriots, and demanding that Trump not seek re-election in 2024. The Murdochs have been especially enraged by Trump’s refusal to go along with the election steal in 2020 and his continued speaking of prohibited facts on voter fraud.Newsmax has made a public appearance and is taking potshots at Fox News, as the network’s pro-Trump bias is being exposed.
“I worked 11 years at Fox, and I know nothing pre-taped makes it onto a Fox screen that hasn’t been approved and authorized at the top levels of management — especially when it is about a presidential election,” said Eric Bolling of Newsmax earlier this week.
“Lachlan Murdoch and the network’s top executives want Fox to become more like CNN,” claims Newsmax analyst and author Dick Morris.
“Trump being banned by Fox is a politically motivated decision, and not based on news value because Trump still dominates the GOP and is still the largest newsmaker in politics,” Morris continued.
Newsmax, on the other hand, is just as tainted as Fox News. Newsmax, along with Fox News, has banned any discussion of “2000 Mules” from their airwaves:
The controlled opposition networks, Newsmax and Fox News have banned any discussion of the ground-breaking film 2000 Mules, which has become a hit among conservatives.
Author: Steven Sinclaire
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