FOX News Goes Full Globalist, Refuses To Show Hard-Hitting Trump Ad

It is only a matter of time before Tucker Carlson and Sean Hannity get the boot

The Fox News Channel has been seen by the radical leftist Democrats as a far-right bugaboo since Sept. 11, 2001 when the network came into immediate prominence. However, keen observers understand that Fox News is little more than a neocon globalist organ of the political establishment and wants to see President Trump fail as much as anyone else.

This can be seen by the fact that Fox News has banned Trump’s so-called racist political advertisement about the effect of illegal immigration on the US crime rate right before today’s crucial mid-term elections.

“Upon further review, Fox News pulled the ad yesterday and it will not appear on either Fox News Channel or Fox Business Network,” Fox News ad sales executive Marianne Gambelli said.

Liberals immediately decried the advertisement as “racist” which signaled to the establishment to shut it down. While it is predictable that CNN and NBC (the fake news personified) would refuse to run the ad, the fact that Fox News has cucked itself alongside them is proof positive that they are establishment gate-keepers.

Remember, Fox News was integral in pushing the Iraq War lie onto the American public shortly after the network came into prominence. Foreign oligarch Rupert Murdoch, the founder of Newscorp who built Fox News into a powerhouse, has been a long-time advocate of open borders and flooding the US with illegals.

Thanks to Trump’s bold leadership, all of the snakes are being forced to expose themselves. This will come in very handy on the day when the American people finally and swiftly enact justice on these enemies of the Republic!

Written by Joshua Finkelberg

Joshua Finkelberg is a contributor for The Schpiel.


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