Julia Hahn writing at Breitbart tells us why we should be suspicious of Fox News. Fox News chairman, Rupert Murdoch, is co-chairman of the Partnership for a New American Economy.
Please go here right now and look at the co-chairmen—very very revealing! A picture (or 8 little pictures) is worth a thousand words.
Now here is what Hahn is reporting:
The announcement from Donald Trump’s campaign that the Republican frontrunner will “definitely not” partake in Thursday night’s Fox News debate has sent shock waves throughout the nation’s political scene.
At a press event Tuesday evening, Trump seemed to cite disparate treatment from the network as his reasoning for not participating. “What’s wrong over there, something’s wrong,” Trump said of the “games” Roger Ailes and the network are “playing.”
In asking the question of “what’s wrong over there?” Trump has shined a spotlight on one of Washington’s best kept secrets: namely, Fox’s role via its founder Rupert Murdoch in pushing an open borders agenda. The Trump campaign is a direct threat to Murdoch’s efforts to open America’s borders. Well-concealed from virtually all reporting on Fox’s treatment of Trump is the fact that Murdoch is the co-chair of what is arguably one of the most powerful immigration lobbying firms in country, the Partnership for a New American Economy (PNAE).
In addition to blanketing the country, media, and politicians with literature, advertisements, and a barrage of lobbyists pushing for open border immigration policies, the Partnership for A New American Economy (PNAE) was a prime lobbyist for one of the biggest open borders pushes in American history: Sen. Marco Rubio (R-FL)’s 2013 Gang of Eight immigration bill.
Trump’s pronouncement that he would build a wall and protect American sovereignty is the last thing Murdoch and his pals want.
I’m one of those who thought Trump was crazy to withdraw from the debate, but am beginning to rethink my original assessment, crazy like a fox maybe.
***Update*** Be sure to see Trump hires key aide to Senator Jeff Sessions, here.