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The Jews on Fox News (or Fox Jews)
These were the results displayed by Fox News.
Results for Tom Tancredo and Ron Paul put back in.

Fox "News" is an United States-based propaganda channel like Pravda or TASS, launched on October 7, 1996. It is owned by the Fox Entertainment Group, and is a subsidiary of pro-Jewish media mogul Rupert Murdoch's News Corporation. It was founded by gentile, Roger Ailes but Murdoch got some women to falsely accuse him of sexual harassment and forced him out of Fox news in summer 2016.[1]

Credibility

An analysis found 50% of Fox News statements to be false.[2]

In 2006, investigative news report regarding cancer-causing additives to milk by Monsanto was shut down by Fox News executives.[3]

During Republican Party debates in 2015, Fox News gave politically incorrect Donald Trump vicious attacks while it gave New World Order Jeb Bush spoon-fed obviously pre-arranged questions.[4] Fox News also didn't give fair coverage to Dr. Ben Carson.[1]

Then in summer 2016 when it became Trump vs. Hillary Clinton, Rupert Murdoch got some women to falsely accuse Fox News foudner, Roger Ailes, of sexual harassment to force him out. Murdoch then made sure Fox News attacked Trump and supported Hillary for President. Since this time, Fox News has been losing its conservative viewer-base.[1]

During the September 2016 race riots in Charlotte, North Carolina after a black cop shot a black man, Fox News lied bigger than anyone else and claimed the cop who shot the black man was a white cop when even the most lying of all the other mainstream media were not lying that much.[5]

Pro war attitudes

Fox News is a fervent substainer of the wars against Iraq and Iran. It often conveys doubtful information (such as the Weapons of Mass Destruction of Saddam Hussein which were never found and the Iranian nuclear program for which there is no evidence) as certain. Fox News viewers seem to trust Fox News' information.

Ron Paul and Tom Tancredo censorship

Iowa straw polls results saw Ron Paul at 9.1% and Tom Tancredo at 13.7% (wikipedia's page), but Fox News eliminated them from the list. Mitt Romney in the top of the list is the former Governor of Massachusetts and a supporter of the War on Iraq.

Glenn Beck used to be part of Fox News. When Ron Paul was a threat to the establishment, he was constantly attacking Ron Paul. Once Ron Paul was no longer he threat, he pretended to support Ron Paul with things that sound similar to, "You know that Tea Party had some really great ideas. It's too bad they never got voted in."[1]

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External links

Part of this article consists of modified text from Metapedia (which sadly became a Zionist shill), page http:en.metapedia.org/wiki/Fox News and/or Wikipedia (is liberal-bolshevistic), page http:en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fox News, and the article is therefore licensed under GFDL.