FOX’s Anti-Trump Crusade: Megyn Kelly ♥ Michael Moore, PLUS FOX Gives Debate Role to Anti-Trump Muslim Supremacist

ByPamela Geller on January 27, 2016
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FOX News has jumped the shark. I don’t know if you saw the lovefest last night between Megyn Kelly and Michael Moore, but it pulled the curtain back on the RINO news network. It was jarring.

My tweet (below) was retweeted hundreds of times. Megyn Kelly and FOX news have jumped the shark. Megyn has Michael Moore? Mind you, Megyn Kelly has never had me on — even in the wake of the assassination attempt in Garland, Texas and the Boston beheading plot.

My take? Kelly is angling to be the next evening news anchor on one of the big three networks. She aspires to be the next Diane Sawyer (the new haircut is a dead giveaway).

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Now we hear FOX is giving an anti-Trump Muslim supremacist a platform for her hatred. Really? Why not Ibn Warraq or Robert Spencer? Why not, finally, have a true scholar on jihadic doctrine on instead of soldier for Islamic supremacism?

Trump was right to pull out of the debate.

Conservatives and the principled right have no media outlet — none. Is there not a conservative billionaire who can buy HLN or some failing liberal news outlet and put us out of our abject misery?

ELECTION 2016
Fox gives debate role to anti-Trump Muslim
‘His loudest message reeks of hatred and Islamophobia’
(BREITBART) —Fox News and Google have invited three YouTube personalities to ask questions at the Jan. 28 GOP debate — including a Muslim advocate who describes Donald Trump as a bigot and who visually portrayed him as being in agreement with national socialist Adolf Hitler.

“We have a presidential candidate whose loudest message reeks of hatred and Islamophobia… turning on the news now is scary, and oftentimes, humiliating,” the Muslim woman, Nabela Noor, says in a December YouTube video.

She admits to becoming a Muslim political activist amid the growing criticism of Islam’s doctrines. “The current social environment for Muslims today is not safe or just… as a Muslim American, I felt like I needed to use my voice,” she claimed. 

Noor also urged her YouTube viewers to rally against critics of Islam. “I’m so thankful for those who speak up and out against anti-Islamic speech and ideologies. Our community needs more allies like you, but we have a long way to go,” she said.

The two companies announced Tuesday afternoon that the anti-Trump Muslim advocate would be allowed to play a role in the debate.

Google is teaming up with the Fox News Channel for the final  Republican debate in Iowa on Thursday, January 28, 2016, and integrating three new components into the debate to help people get informed before they head to the polls, including a way to hear directly from candidates on Google; real-time Google Trends data; and questions from three of YouTube’s most prominent voices—Nabela Noor, Mark Watson, and Dulce Candy — who will join the moderators in the debate to ask the candidates a question on an issue that matters to them and their communities.  

The Republican National Committee also approved the choice of Noor, an LA.-based press aide for YouTube, Jackie Cavanagh, at MPRM Communications, told Breitbart. “I believe” she was chosen by YouTube, with help from the RNC and Fox, she said.

“YouTube creators were selected in collaboration with Fox based on things such as audience size and their ability to bring a new, fresh perspective to the most important issues of our time. Fox informed the party/candidates of the format,” said a p.r. person. 

Allison Moore, a press secretary for the RNC, told Breitbart that “We had nothing to do with that.” 

Irena Briganti, a spokeswoman for Fox, also did not respond.

In December, Trump announced he would restrict the immigration of Muslims until the jihad problem can be addressed. “It is obvious to anybody the hatred is beyond comprehension. Where this hatred comes from and why we will have to determine. Until we are able to determine and understand this problem and the dangerous threat it poses, our country cannot be the victims of horrendous attacks by people that believe only in Jihad, and have no sense of reason or respect for human life,” said Trump.

The statement came 14 years after Islamic jihadis killed 3,000 Americans and destroyed the Twin Towers in New York, and after many other jihadis launched or tried to launch a series of attacks across the United States.

In her videos, Dulce Candy, the invited Latino questioner, said she was brought from central Mexico to the United States while a young girl. She later joined the U.S. military and served in Iraq. The press announcement described Candy:

With over 2 million subscribers on her YouTube channel, Dulce is a top YouTube beauty, fashion and lifestyle influencer. The only thing more impressive than her fanbase is her story: she immigrated to the United States from Mexico at age 6 and served in the armed forces in Iraq. Today, she’s a proud U.S. citizen, mother, and entrepreneur who serves as a role model for latinas, women, and more.

Noor is described in the company anouncement as well: 

Born in New York, Nabela is a 24 year old Muslim American whose parents immigrated from Bangladesh. As an up-and-coming beauty creator with over 140,000 subscribers, Nabela hasn’t shied away from social issues. In a recent video, she spoke about being called a “terrorist” in elementary school after 9/11 and emphasized the importance of tolerance above all.

The perspective of the Muslim woman, Noor, has been shaped by her Bangladeshi immigrant parents, who were paired off by their parents in an arranged marriage as teenagers, aged 17 and 14.

These Bangladeshi Muslim parents migrated to the United States — while hiding am anchor-baby pregnancy — and later kept Noor in the house for many years to prevent her from integrating with American society. “Growing up, we weren’t allowed out much, our parents wanted to preserve our culture at all costs,” she said. They even refused to let her date a man, even after she had gone to college, Noor said in a biographical video. The parents also arranged a marriage for Noor’s older sister. Her mother still wears a head-covering to mark her as a loyal Muslim.

Aspects of Islamic culture remain part of Noor’s personality, under the outward appearance of an American fashionista.

For example, Noor argues that Muslims are individually and collectively insulted when many Americans’ offer sincere and well-argued criticism of Islam’s violent doctrines — for example, jihad, bans against free speech, the death penalty for quitting Islam, sexual subordination of women, opposition to democracy and the separation of mosque and state, etc., etc. That bigoted claim of injury from free speech echoes the demand from orthodox Islam that critics of Islam be silenced – by force if needed – and that the status or honor of each Muslim is damaged if they fail to fight against any criticism of Islam by non-Muslims.

So Noor claimed:

To be hateful and Islamophobic has become so common that it is proudly displayed all around us, online, on the news, and in politics. it is dehumanizing and it hurts. It is hard not to see a bumper sticker of a bigoted presidential candidate and not feel personally attacked when his entire campaign rests on the backs of Muslim-Americans. Where there should be messages of hope and tolerance, there are messages being spread of fear and hate, thus breeding violence.

In contrast, Western Christians and non-Christians try to treat criticism of ideas, such as Christianity’s claim that unborn humans deserve the right to life, or the merits of any particular presidential candidate, as a problem to be solved by facts, logic, free-speech, and compromise. That’s fundamentally different from Noor’s Islamic-style, only-one-winner fight over honor, pride, and supremacy.

That only-one-winner, zero-sum attitude often pushes Muslims to escalate debates into shouting matches and threats. Noor, for example, showed an image linking Trump and Hitler, which suggests that Trump’s criticism of Islam’s jihad ideology is so morally reprehensible that it is equivalent to actually murdering six million Jews, plus at least 10 million Slavic Russians, plus millions of other victims of Hitler’s socialism-for-Aryans Nazi ideology.

In fact, much to the embarrassment of Muslim advocates in the United States, that aggressive aspect of Islam was admired by Jew-hating, left-wing Hitler, who naturally also hated Christianity’s peacefulness, reason and emphasis on individuals’ conscience.

Noor also described criticism of Islam as “Islamophobia,” as if only the existence of a nationwide mental-disease could explain why Americans criticize jihad or child-marriages or the murder of captured Christians or the murders of homosexuals or the murder of a seventh-century poet.

That term, “Islamophobia,” was developed by Islamic advocates to help their allies stigmatize critics of Islam. Generally, Western advocates do not describe their critics as mentally diseased, but as illogical, selfish, or misinformed.

In her video, Noor also tried to argue that Trump’s implied criticism of the violence associated with Islam — likely, including the 9/11 atrocity, the San Bernardino murders, and many other recent jihad attacks — is somehow causing more attacks by Americans against Muslims in America. She did not supply evidence, but did show a newspaper clipping that was actually about a Muslim in Detroit who stabbed two non-Muslims after asking them if they were Muslims.

“Nick Loussia, Deputy Chief of Police for the Southfield Police Department, said [the stabber] ‘is Muslim, and asked the victims what religion they were’ before allegedly attacking them,” said a report at MLive.com.

But Noor portrayed the Muslim-against-not-Muslim jihad attack as actually caused by Americans’ fear of Muslim attacks

“The fear-mongering tactics are a direct cause of hate-violence against Muslims and that makes being a Muslim in America today very, very scary,” she claimed. Noor did not mention any of the many, many, many attacks by Muslims against non-Muslims in America.

She did, however, try to argue that the many Islam-inspired attacks are not Islamic. ‘There are people out there that manipulate our texts to serve their own sick twisted agenda,” she said, without trying to explain how ISIS violates Islamic texts, or trying to disavow the many commandments for jihad in the Koran. 

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  • Maureen Donnelly

    Do you really think she would say something against jihaid or child marrage or slavery or killing anyone . She was very careful….. why? Fear of death…so no matter how free she may think she is.. shes not….this was not her heartfelt opinion it was not honest…

    • Mahou Shoujo

      Muslim women get beaten by any male in their sty if they step out of line. She will say precisely what she is told to, or some male in her life will mop the toilet with her head.

    • Dr. Doomsday

      I think Mark Levin was right though, she is letting other people say what she wants said.. like that pig commie Michael Moore.

      • SCREW SOCIALISM

        Trump referred to rosie odonnell as a fat pig. When michael moooooore is a fat pig too.

  • wildjew

    “Megyn Kelly has never had me on — even in the wake of the assassination attempt in Garland, Texas and the Boston beheading plot…..”

    I must have missed it. Kelly appeared to be more or less defending you and your event time and again, I must have missed the fact she did not have you on.

  • Moore is a popular filmmaker and political activist, traditionally on the left. Kelly pointed out, he had only appeared once before on FOX, on O’Reilly. Kudos to him for agreeing to appear on FOX, for the 2nd time ; kudos to Kelly for treating FOX’s guest with respect. If only people on the right of the political spectrum were as genuinely welcomed when they bravely appear on stereotypically left leaning outlets. As for Google’s choice of panelist/questioner, well, it hardly seems appropriate to invite only those people demonstrably in favor of a candidate to ask questions; indeed, it only seems fair to the voters to gauge how the candidates respond to a less-than-sycophantic inquiry about serious issues.

  • wildjew

    I want to say something about Fox News and Donald Trump. First I don’t think Fox News is “fair and balanced,” or according to Bret Baier, “unafraid.” Several of Fox News anchors and commentators are afraid. I will never forget Fox News anchor Julie Banderas apologizing for the network collectively over the use of the term “no-go zones” in parts of Europe. Several Fox News commentators and contributors (Bill O’Reilly, Greta Van Susteren, Martha MacCallum, Laura Ingraham, who did I leave out?) took Mr. Trump’s side in keeping with sharia which forbids insulting Islam or Islam’s prophet.

    I’ve been out there defending Mr. Trump on his temporary (it should be permanent) freeze on Muslim immigration. Notwithstanding, I still have concerns about Trump. If anything he is not consistent when it comes to the global jihad. Trump says Obama negotiated a terrible deal with the murderous, criminal Iranian regime. Mr. Trump would have negotiated a much better deal with this gangster regime. I would urge Trump to read a good biographer on Winston Churchill. More importantly, Trump is interested in engaging the “Palestinians” who are knifing innocent Jews in Israel. Trump when asked, would not recognize Jerusalem as Israel’s undivided capital. If Trump gets this global war we are engaged in, he does not convey it well.

    • VLParker

      Trump has more positions than the Kama Sutra.

      As for Fox News, Hannity is the only show I watch, and I watch that if and only if Pamela, Robert, Mark Steyn or some other counter jihadist is on. I sometimes watch Lou Dobbs on Fox Business. Haven’t watched O’Reilly since Garland. In spite of the fact that I don’t like or support Trump (he has never in his life been conservative and I have no illusions that he is one now) I haven’t watched Kelly since the first Fox debate.

      You are right. They are not fair and balanced and they certainly aren’t conservative.

      • notislam

        I had the fleeting thought that Megan Kelley is competing with Jane
        Fonda for siding and acting for the enemy. The Islam 0 Nazis are all over the usa now –how sickening is that??

  • itchy

    Fox news,,, Yeh right, You get a more balanced news from Al jazeera.

    • jeff dee

      And pretty much on the same side.

  • Dr. Doomsday

    Michael Moore is a sewer in cheap clothing. I stopped watching Fox over a decade ago. The only use I have for any “news” station is when something is actually happening live. They may actually cover some news then, but once it starts getting into waiting around time on something, they all break out the shovel and here comes the bull. No thanks Fox. No reason to watch your made up crap at all.

    And if anyone thinks I am a lib CNN / MSNBC watcher, nothing could be further from the truth. I don’t watch ANY of them.

    They are all a bunch of C students on life and clear thinking, and have decided they are all that and a bag of chips, and the rest of us are stupid.

    • wilypagan

      His propaganda films make me want to vomit. So slanted and always on the wrong side and so obvious about it.

    • notislam

      They rank themselves along with hitlery-clinton—the criminal aspect is not visible but don’t you think it is there?

    • Dennis

      Though I have also come to accept the references to much of our media as the “enemedia,” I believe that Pam’s commentary above is actually stating that it is not a matter so much of the failure of our media to be able to see the so-called “trees from the forest,” as that is easy to see, with the important conclusion being that we all must recognize that Islam represents a very dangerous philosophy which justifies all of our mutual concern, and that this fear results in our concluding that ALL non- Muslims must speak out and recognize our need to protect ourselves from the scourge that is Islam. What troubles me is not the comments from those who claim that we cannot justify our fear of Islam’s philosophy of domination by speaking out against their hateful teachings and belief system, but what bothers me is that these same people purposely ignore admitting and recognizing that their belief system is as dangerous to non- Muslims and non-believers as it is. Nowhere do they ever condemn what is so dangerous in its belief system. When they start publicly stating those facts which would condemn those aspects of their belief system and earnestly reform their belief system into one which truly believes in good neighborliness and respect for all LIVES, they can then speak out against Islamophobia. Since I do not see that happening, Their protestations will fall on deaf ears. Trump is right to say that we need a temporary moratorium on allowing Islamic refugees into this country until we can sought out how to vet them.

      What evidence do you see that the so-called moderates
      and peace believers within Islam have ever even actively stood out there
      rejecting that portion of their so-called belief system that promotes domination and world Jihad. I haven’t seen it, have you? Egypt’s President Sisi made comments about reformation of Islam, but since then not only has nothing been done by the world of Islam; instead, all you ever here about is the joy those of Islamic persuasion convey when some act of terrorism occurs in the West against all non-Muslims. The GOP debates, at the very least, in recognizing the dangers represented by the world of Islam, except for those candidates who keep expressing wrongful righteous indignation, who I consider politically correct cowards, called for a closing of our doors to potentially dangerous refugees, until we can vet them properly, if that can ever be possible, and suggested that the Arab world must provide for their own people in their part of the world, something that makes great sense to me.

      If we all can agree that the present world problems emanate from the ancient, outdated and barbaric words which call for death to all of us infidels thru Jihad, written by some crazy beginning in the 7th century, and is what is motivating our crazed enemies, I would think that our world leaders would be able to devise a plan to terminate at the least this particular of the Islamic cancer’s insane belief system. Yet, nothing seems to be done in that regard. Bombing seems to be having no effect. Obama and his followers are refusing to see the obvious. Is it not obvious that we must direct our attention to not only a military solution but to also some solution which will have the affect of actively nullifying and redefining the barbaric basis for the justification used by the terrorists to commit murder and mayhem. The need to do just that requires the people of Islam to control their own teachers and leaders to reject absolutely any portion of their belief system which pursues world domination, and promotes prejudice and hate. Unless that is done, the only answer left is simply to destroy the enemy completely and without any mercy as was done to the Nazi’s. Unless Islam takes charge, we will always have this inane belief system to deal with as has been the case for approximately the last 14 centuries.

    • Joannie

      Oh, you are so right. I’m sorry that I didn’t quit watching Fox until after the first Presidential Debate; and, I also watch Fox when something is actually happening live.

  • wildjew

    How are these candidates going to respond to this Islamic supremacist’s questions? I can hardly wait. Ted Cruz (the best of the lot) has invoked the Constitution more than once in favor of Islam in America and in the White House.

    • ljm4

      Dr Carson won’t ease off on the agenda of political islam that’s for sure! He’s not afraid of any blow back from cair or isna or obama for that mater. Carson understands what is at stake here.
      This is going to be a test for the House Bill 569 on Hate speech against muslims. Don’t doubt me.
      Every one of these candidates needs to speak truth to power here; ignoring obama’s comment about the world not belonging to those who slander islam. They better do exactly that i.e. tell the truth about political islam and shariah. Anything less will be to submit to islam.

      • wildjew

        Dr. Carson bravely said he could not support a Muslim president. It was all down hill from there.

        • VLParker

          That is the one thing about Cruz that bothers me. He wouldn’t defend Carson on that issue. In fact he said that there should be no religious test for the presidency as stated in the Constitution. Doesn’t he realize that islam is so much more than a religion and none of it good? Doesn’t he realize that islam mandates muslims bring the US into the Dar-al-islam? Doesn’t he realize that islam forbids separation of mosque and state? If Hitler had given Nazism a religious component would Cruz object to a religious test for Nazis?

          • wildjew

            “In fact he said that there should be no religious test for the presidency as stated in the Constitution…”

            Senator Cruz would do well to re-read his Bible. Especially Moses. He says he is a Christian first but I think he is a Constitutionalist first.

          • Debi Brand

            Indeed, wildjew.

            The Bible likewise states, “Love the truth.” That includes the truth with respect to all things, including the truth, not the garbage dish, with respect to Islam.

          • judy london

            That is the only thing about Cruz that bothers you?

          • Debi Brand

            VLParker wildjew • 11 hours ago

            “That is the one thing about Cruz that bothers me. He wouldn’t defend Carson on that issue.”

            Indeed, that and then some.

          • Debi Brand

            As I stated above, as many others have stated in other web sites and articles, ignorance on Islam is inexcusable; or one’s claim to it falsehood.

          • George E. Smith

            I keep hearing the leftists say we must have a “separation of church and state” ad nausium.
            Where is that “separation” in Islam? It is a political system that justifies it’s existence by a ‘holy book!”

      • ThisObamaNation

        But Carson is not a threat since his poll numbers are so low. Plus he is black so won’t dare call him a racist or a bigot.

    • Debi Brand

      Indeed, wildjew.

      In the wake of Carson’s claim with respect to a Muslim president here in the U.S.; one afternoon on the Jake Tapper show, Jake asked Cruz about his stance on religious freedom, and part of Cruz’s answer included Cruz stating, he would fight for the right for the Muslim to practice their faith freely in our nation.

      That, from a well educated well informed man.

      Foolishness or ignorance on Islam, pretense Islam is something other than what it is, is inexcusable–and especially so in those who wish to lead our nation. To state the least.

  • ThisObamaNation

    So…
    Fox News and Google where planning a hit job on Donald Trump at the upcoming debate eh?
    It seems that Donald Trump was right to side step this AMBUSH.

    http://www.independentsentinel.com/good-grief-trump-was-right-again/

    • George E. Smith

      Looks like The Donald has some good informants and is bypassing an ambush.
      Hey, correct me if I’m wrong but it seems like I remember that Google types were doing co-ordination in Egypt during the Arab Spring goings on a few years ago.
      Hmmmmm…….

      • ladywarrior

        That Arab Spring story is absolutely true…Zuckerburg went over there and set up cell towers so that the “spontaneous” demonstrators could coordinate with each other by cell. Has Hillary’s fingerprints all over it.

        • George E. Smith

          Sounds like a well organized and planned operation. Paid for, no doubt, with taxpayer dollars!

        • Dr. Doomsday

          Zuckerpuke, Code Pink commies and Bill Ayers.. gee, do we smell Obama? Soros? The “New” Left?

    • ladywarrior

      There was even talk on Fox and Rush Limbaugh prior to the first debate that Bret Beair and Kelly were ordered to “take Trump out.” All they did was infuriate their viewers, loose credibility, and expose their true agendas….they’ve lost many viewers….

      I am skipping this debate as I believe most are….I think Rush said that many advertisers are bowing out as well…..the numbers won’t be there for them this time….and deservedly so….

      • Dr. Doomsday

        Don’t know how many of you noticed, but Bret has pretty much ditched his friendship with Mark Levin. That should tell you something.

        • ladywarrior

          1. I no longer watch Bret and his cadre of Establishment, D.C. Cabal/Cartel panels. Took him off my DVR schedule. I have discovered Lou Dobbs and Stuart Varney on FBN…more actual news and less commentary….not many Lefty guests because they don’t push the “fair and balanced” crapola.

          2. I’m guessing the point you are making is that since Levin has gone round the bin for the faux conservative Raphael Edward Cruz that Bret has had to let him go because the establishment allegedly hates Cruz?

          I would argue that Cruz is very entrenched with progressive,establishment types….check at laurastephens.com about all those we’ve been complaining about and their connections to Cruz..This is an open letter to Levin by the insider Ms. Stephens taking him to task for his alleged misrepresentations of Cruz…

          .I’ll give you the first name..Paul Ryan. Also previously undisclosed is the deeper connection Levin has with Cruz.
          First, that shows the Bret is pure progressive/establishment. Two, that says that Levin is losing his gravitas at FOX. We’ll see if Hannity follows suit.

          FOX was in all in for a Bush/Rubio ticket and WE THE PEOPLE jumped up and slapped them down with Trump!

          Feels real good.

          GO, TRUMP! MAKE AMERICA GREAT, SAFE, AND SANE AGAIN!

          • AWBenkert

            A Bush/Rubio ticket would have been impossible as both are residents of the same state.

    • Joannie

      Donald Trump kept saying, “I don’t know what’s going on at Fox.” Thank God, for his intuition. We already knew that Ailes is for “open borders.”

  • Radegunda

    A little while ago, we read that Palin had “jumped the shark” by endorsing Trump. Now, Fox has “jumped the shark” by not taking care of Trump’s ego. Trump fans have said that web commentators “jumped the shark” simply by presenting any unflattering information about Trump or criticizing him in any way.

    Trump casually calls people “stupid” simply for not favoring him, or for having the nerve to evaluate him by the standards applied to any other candidate.

    Trump is hardly the first candidate to get unflattering treatment by the media. But like his fans, he believes that anything that doesn’t flatter him should not be permitted.

  • wildjew

    Rush Limbaugh was in the tank for Mitt Romney, 2012. Now he is in the tank for Mr. Trump. Let’s hope Limbaugh’s instincts are better this time around should Trump become our next president:

    1) Donald J. Trump Retweeted

    DRUDGE REPORT ‏@DRUDGE_REPORT 19m19 minutes ago

    LIMBAUGH: By not showing, he’s owning entire event… http://bit.ly/1KbvjCf

    2) Donald J. Trump ‏@realDonaldTrump 1h1 hour ago

    Even though I beat him in the first six debates, especially the last one, Ted Cruz wants to debate me again. Can we do it in Canada?

    • VLParker

      There is absolutely nothing conservative about Trump’s past, yet Limbaugh is pushing him as if he were to the right of Barry Goldwater. I guess the Mayor of Realville can’t see reality in this case.

      • Flame

        If your house on a fire you don’t debate if fire fighter more conservative or not.

      • Janet

        I thought Rush wanted Cruz!

  • I never liked Megyn. She’s always been vain and self-serving, impressed with herself. And she flat out lied about Trump with the first question of that debate, making him look like a sexist pig. The thing is, everyone on Fox is like every other news org. THey just realized that the conservative “angle” would help ratings. But all these anchors and reporters all hang out together, all laugh at the dupes watching their shows. It’s always been this way. When Kelly started posing in men’s magazines, that’s when the mask started coming off.

    • JAY

      You are absolutely right, Mike. When she posed, she lost all her credibility.
      Her vanity betrayed her.

    • sodacrackers2

      The new hairdo and attitude are repulsive.

      • jeff dee

        I think she changed her hairdo in preparation to take on Trump. It looks more “tough”. I agree it is unbecoming, as is she as a human being.

        • ladywarrior

          And what about Elizabeth Hasselback? I don’t buy this crapola that she wanted to stay home and do breakfast for the kids…..she is very conservative and left the Hagfest “The View”….why does a conservative woman suddenly leave Fox at a critical time in history when so much is riding on this election?

          Me thinks she was appalled at how the Left has taken over Fox and wanted to get the heck out of there so her name wouldn’t be smeared…..

          Thoughts anyone?

          • Joannie

            I, too, have wondered about that. But, it will take 10 years before anything will come out about this. I believe she had some “cancer scares,” though.

      • ladywarrior

        For sure! She ain’t that mid day news show of years ago anymore. Rupert Murdoch retired and turned over Fox to his two Uber-Left sons. They snatched little Megyn out of the mid day show and put her in prime time….she’s been Cruella DeVille ever since….wonder what she had to do to get elevated like that? Sell her soul to the Uber-left perhaps?

        • Joannie

          Megyn is a teleprompter reader.

          • Dr. Doomsday

            They all are. Whats moronic is that they get paid so much for it. It always shows when there is a big event. I laughed at the news people during the Paris attacks. There was that Paris radio host who was at the theater, and he was quoted as saying the terrorists had “Kalashnakovs” -most people know that is just a euphemism and part of the name of the infamous AK-47. I think AK is just his name, right/ Anatoly Kalashnakov 47. So, they news people had not heard that much, so I even heard people start passing around, “.. they had Kalashnakovs and AK-47s!” -no kidding.. ya think?

            This from a whole herd of genius news casters..

  • Mahou Shoujo

    A muslim woman will do and say precisely as her husband or other male in the “farrow” that she was spawned from tells her. The usual mindless babbling of muslim women defending islam is ludicrous, they would do better to put on sound proof niqabs and bee seen as fools rather than be heard and be known as imbeciles.

  • Go to KlowdTV.com and subscribe……..there, you can watch One America News Network (OANN). OANN is owned by a Conservative and it’s operated out of San Diego…not NYC.

    As far as I know, that is the ONLY “Conservative” news network in existence.

  • RCCA

    Trump plays hardball with Fox and their response is to bring on Michael Moore? Ew. And he attempts to engage in flirtatious chivalry with Megyn Kelly and she can’t shake him off her leg? Double ew. Let me know when Megyn Kelly invites Camille Paglia to discuss Hillary.

    • Mahou Shoujo

      Michael Moore, a recommendation from him would get files to leave dead fish.

      • RCCA

        Good point, Fox trying to drive Republicans away from Trump with Moore is more likely to drive away R’s from Fox. Trump seems to be blowing their minds.

        • Mahou Shoujo

          A slight puff of flatulence would blow the lame stream media’s collective mind.

          • jollygreengiant

            Yep, he’s one backed-up human toilet.

          • Mahou Shoujo

            What he needs is a fence post applied to him to shove it through the aforementioned toiled

      • Dr. Doomsday

        Oooo I like that one! heh heh

        • Mahou Shoujo

          It’s a well known fact.

  • Lapsed Altruist

    I’m glad you mentioned the Slavic Russians. Many people don’t even know about that.

  • Have you see the cover of the February issue of the magazine Vanity Fair? Megyn Kelly! Is she the Left’s new darling?

  • I didn’t see the interview, but when I learned about that, well, hmmm the strange bed-fellows thing just doesn’t work. Detestable and loathsome are what I’m thinking.

  • bhhntr

    I hear that they will do a live trist Thursday, prime time.

  • Flame
  • roger

    Dissapointed.

  • Badkarma060

    Bye, bye Megan, had stopped watching you, after the James Garner case. I will avoid you like the plague. Everyone is entitled to their opinion, but once you side with the likes of Mr Moore I am done. Have nice life…

    • James Garner case? As i. Rockford Files? What about that?

      • Joannie

        I have been all over the Internet and I can’t find anything that relates to James Garner and Megyn Kelly. Maybe Badkarma060 will explain.

        • Badkarma060

          Sorry for confusion. My brain is old. I meant Eric Garner, on Staten Island.

          • Joannie

            Thank you, I know the feeling of brain fog. LOL.

          • Badkarma060

            Brain fog I like that. I call it half timers, not full blown Alzheimer.

      • Badkarma060

        LOLOL, sorry old brain. Eric Garner, not Jim Rockford (great show by the way). Eric Garner case on Staten Island.

        • LOVE RF! Going to watch it tonight!!

          • Badkarma060

            Yep, I have it on my Netflix, right next to Adam 12.

  • Areyoukiddingme

    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)79%
    ’s 2013 Gang of Eight immigration bill.

    While Donald Trump has pledged to deport those illegally residing in the country and temporarily pause Muslim migration, Rubio’s immigration bill would have granted immediate amnesty and eventual citizenship to millions of illegal aliens, it would have doubled the annual admission of foreign workers, and it would have dispensed 33 million green cards to foreign nationals in the span of a single decade despite current record immigration levels.

    While Megyn Kelly made headlines with her heated questioning of Donald Trump, not one of the Fox News anchors asked Rubio in the first Fox News debate about his signature piece of legislation, which Murdoch’s immigration lobbying firm had endorsed. Instead, they lobbed Rubio a series of softballs, such as asking Rubio if he could put God and veterans in the same sentence.

    Interestingly, Bill Sammon — FOX News’s vice president of News and Washington managing editor — is the father of Brooke Sammon, who is Rubio’s press secretary.

    As Sen. John McCain (R-AZ)36%
    and Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-SC)37%
    told The New Yorker’s Ryan Lizza back in 2013, Fox News was essential to the Rubio-Schumer effort to expand immigration levels beyond all known historical precedent. As Lizza wrote at the time:

    McCain told me, “Rupert Murdoch is a strong supporter of immigration reform, and Roger Ailes is, too.” Murdoch is the chairman and C.E.O. of News Corp., which owns Fox, and Ailes is Fox News’s president. McCain said that he, [Lindsey] Graham, [Marco] Rubio, and others also have talked privately to top hosts at Fox, including Bill O’Reilly, Sean Hannity, and Neil Cavuto… “God bless Fox,” Graham said. “Last time [i.e. during the 2007 immigration push], it was ‘amnesty’ every fifteen seconds.” He said that the change was important for his reelection, because “eighty per cent of people in my primary get their news from Fox.” He added that the network has “allowed critics to come forward, but it’s been so much better.”

    Murdoch’s support of open borders immigration policies has been identified as a potential conflict of interest for years. As ABC reported in 2013:

    Murdoch, Australian born and a naturalized U.S. citizen, has become an outspoken advocate for immigration reform and mass legalization of the country’s undocumented immigrants, partnering with New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg in this cause. Whether Murdoch’s personal views will percolate through his network, or at least temper criticism on the airwaves of those who don’t share it, remains to be seen.

    In 2013, during the Rubio-Schumer Gang of Eight push, Mickey Kaus similarly pointed out:

    In 2007, John McCain’s “comprehensive” immigrant-legalization bill failed after opponents flooded the Senate with calls, shutting down the switchboard… It won’t be that easy this time… The GOP donor class is asserting itself… One of the more influential members of this “donorist” class is Rupert Murdoch, which means that FOX News has for all intents and purposes switched sides, giving immigration “comprehensivists” a monopoly in the MSM–five networks to none.

    Indeed, Murdoch has himself expressed his support for large-scale immigration. In a 2014 op-ed published in the Wall Street Journal’s open borders opinion pages, titled, “Immigration Reform Can’t Wait,” Murdoch wrote:

    When I learned that House Majority Leader Eric Cantor had lost his Republican primary, my heart sank. Not simply because I think he is an intelligent and talented member of Congress, or because I worry about the future of the Republican Party. Like others who want comprehensive immigration reform, I worried that Mr. Cantor’s loss would be misconstrued and make Congress reluctant to tackle this urgent need. That would be the wrong lesson and an undesirable national consequence of this single, local election result.

    In his Wall Street Journal op-ed, Murdoch echoed Rubio’s position on granting citizenship to illegal immigrants. Murdoch wrote, “We need to give those individuals who are already here… a path to citizenship.” Murdoch even decried Americans who opposed amnesty as, “nativists who scream about amnesty” — a statement which is perhaps even more significant given the fact that Murdoch is himself a beneficiary of the nation’s generous immigration policy.

    Murdoch praised President Obama for showing “wise restraint” on immigration, even though, at the time of Murdoch’s writing, Obama had already implemented his first unconstitutional executive amnesty, giving away American jobs to illegal aliens — including the jobs of black Americans whose have suffered some of the greatest harms from mass immigration.

    When asked about the president’s unconstitutional 2012 executive amnesty, known as Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals [DACA], Marco Rubio has said that, if he is elected president, he “wouldn’t undo it immediately.” This was another statement of Rubio’s which the Fox News anchors utterly failed to probe in their first debate to which they came loaded with questions for Trump, who — unlike Rubio — had not pushed an immigration plan backed by the network’s founder.

    Murdoch also called for an unlimited number of foreign workers to fill coveted tech jobs through the H-1B visa program, which experts have described as an “indentured servitude” program:

    We need to do away with the cap on H-1B visas, which is arbitrary and results in U.S. companies struggling to find the high-skill workers they need to continue growing. We already know that most of the applications for these visas are for computer programmers and engineers, where there is a shortage of qualified American candidates.

    Contrary to Mr. Murdoch’s assertions, there are more than 11 million Americans with degrees in Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) who lack employment in these fields, and U.S. schools are graduating two times more students with STEM degrees than are annually finding employment in these fields.

    Here again is another undisclosed conflict of interest from Fox News. Sen. Rubio introduced legislation last year — the Immigration Innovation Act — which would have tripled H-1B visa issuances. This legislation was endorsed by Murdoch via the Partnership for a New American Economy, on whose board also sits Disney CEO Bob Iger.

    Though, once again, Rubio was not questioned about the legislation by Megyn Kelly and her fellow Fox News hosts, scores of American workers in Florida Disney were terminated and forced to undergo the humiliation of training their lower-paid foreign replacements, now the subject of a lawsuit against Disney.

    Mickey Kaus has long documented Fox News’s coverage of the immigration issue. As Kaus explained last year, Fox News — perhaps recognizing how at-odds its views of open borders are with its viewership (one Fox News poll reveals that Americans by a 2-to-1 margin want to see visa issuances reduced) — implemented an “immigration tamp-down,” blocking out coverage of key immigration fights in Washington D.C.

    Kaus analyzed “a list of the lead story each day on Megyn Kelly’s ‘Kelly File’ show from January 14 (the day the House sent the Senate a DHS bill with a ‘rider’ blocking Obama’s amnesty) until March 3, the day the House finally caved and passed a ‘clean’ DHS bill,” and he ultimately found that immigration was not the lead story once. [See list here].

    Instead, Kaus writes, “immigration was discussed as the underlying issue in the funding fight only 6 times over the whole 34 show period — and only 3 times in the crucial 20 show period that followed the Senate Dems’ initial filibuster of the Republican DHS proposal.”

    Conservative columnist and best-selling author Ann Coulter has criticized the media’s fixation on ISIS to the exclusion of immigration, considering that the only way that ISIS terrorists will be able to personally carry out attacks against American citizens on American soil is if our immigration system allows them into the country.

    The way media bias on immigration often manifests itself is not simply in what media outlets and anchors do cover (i.e. focusing on the needs of illegal immigrants rather than Americans), but what the don’t cover.

    As any casual viewer of Fox News would observe, one sees scant to any coverage at all on the record-setting, foreign-born population inside the United States; nor coverage of census findings that immigration is about to surpass all historical records; nor stories on the total number of immigrants allowed into the country each year and the strain this number puts on education, the economy, the welfare states and the profound changes to U.S. culture. By not covering these issues in any real depth, it helps clear the way for the enactment of the Murdoch-backed immigration agenda — bringing in the New American Century hoped for by Rupert Murdoch, Marco Rubio, and Barack Obama.

    • Janet

      Wow great post! I had no idea….makes me sad for the future of our country!

  • Michael Moore is a EXTREME LEFT-WING LIBERAL and muslim brotherhood member and sympathizer!!

    She is muslim and muslim brotherhood member and sympathizer!! She is Anti-Christian and Jewish people!!

    She wants sharia law, so, DEPORT her back middle east Arab nations NOW!!

    United We Stand with Israel-Yisrael and our Judeo-Christian Nation United States of America, Divided We FALL!!

    Please PRAY for our Judeo-Christian Nation United States of America and Israel-Yisrael Everyday Everyone!! “Pray Without Ceasing.” ( 1 Thessalonians 5:17 KJV )!!

    Am Yisrael Chai Forevermore Israel-Yisrael!!

    Love Always and Shalom Everyone,

    Kristi

  • wilypagan

    Pamela, the reason Megyn doesn’t have you on her show is that she can’t handle the competition.

    • Debra I

      Agree!!!

    • Dr. Doomsday

      Its because Pam is a real woman, not a created celebrity! That, and Pam has way more going on between her ears than Megyn ever will. Megyn may have some brains, but Pam has the guts to stick to her convictions and the truth, and may I point out, *at the risk of her own life* -which is something Megyn won’t do.

  • Jay

    FOX brings in Michael Moore and a hysterical muslim fanatic(Nabela Noor), then bringing back anti-Trump feminist Megan Kelly to ‘moderate’ the debate. All in the same week.
    Sounds like CNN to me.

    • jeff dee

      worse

    • Dr. Doomsday

      Hmm FNN -effin News?

  • Debi Brand

    “Trump was right to pull out of the debate.”

    Amen, Pamela. Good work.

  • harbidoll

    I hear its all about MURDOCH!! Trump is demanding to talk to Merdoch,head of the newspapes & media empire.. We know what the Brits feel/ say about Trump & they need to talk. Trump can use his British ancestry to “make a deal”. The brits are under the control of the rich Gulf States so this will be huge. stay tuned-

  • Drew the Infidel

    Trump made a mistake by backing down. No one held a gun to his head. If he thinks Megyn Kelly was rough on him, how will he handle the Democrats or Putin or the Iranians? I wouldn’t be so quick to blame Fox. This has the RNC’s fingerprints all over it, a response to the opportunity Trump gave them.

    • jeff dee

      I would rather handle Putin or the Iranians then to have a little Muslim girl call me “racist” on national television with 60 seconds to respond. It is a set-up.

      • Drew the Infidel

        Agreed. It will not matter since he will win Iowa anyway. After all, he has violated every rule in the political “playbook” and walked away unscathed.

    • He didn’t back down, he walked away. Reagan walked away from Gorbachev you know. Strength

    • Dr. Doomsday

      I think you are making a basic mistake here. The premise set in earlier debates was the biased and lame media. This is just a continuance. All Trump is really saying is that he is not standing for it. He is not kissing the butt of the media, so to speak. So, they all try to make Trump out to be a wuss in whatever way. Well, like him or not, he is basically telling him he is not going to attend an ambush.

      Have we forgotten the media are in bed with the government, both of whome most of us no longer have much tolerance for?

  • dba_vagabond_trader

    Megan showed her true self on election night 2012. She was beside herself with joy when Ubama was picked to win. I’m sure there is video out there, I saw enough first time around.

  • American

    Looks at Noor’s eyes. Defiance, in-your-face. You also can’t miss the sense of enjoyment.

  • notme123

    haven’t watched one so called debate. these are shock shows for ratings and attention, have nothing to do with what they were meant to be. I applaud Trump for pulling out. It’s a disgrace to our system.

  • ladywarrior

    Fox News has jumped the shark almost every day now….can barely tolerate many of the shows….find myself speeding through on my DVR most shows. I did finally discover Lou Dobbs and Stuart Varney on FBN….their shows are more news and less commentary ….and any commentary is conservative. I no longer DVR Special Report with Bad News Beair….couldn’t stand Cruella DeVille Kelly anyway so no big loss to keep her off my screen…

    I could sit here and name tons of Progressive RINOs…..Krauthammer, Will, etc…but most of this audience know who they are…

    The beauty of Trump has been that he has exposed the cockroaches that have been hiding behind the wall….even Hannity is starting to worry me….

    Levin WAS great, but his bromance with Raphael Edward Cruz has been sickening. ( the wank can’t even use his real name…goes with a nickname) Why is that exactly?)

    I recently discovered on laurastephens.com that Levin is more personally connected to Cruz than he disclosed…..that site also has Cruz’s connections to others who are the very same people we’ve been complaining about ….Paul Ryan, Romney, etc.

    We are in a heap of trouble, folks….We need a “Godzilla” to take down the Left and the RINOs….not another elitist, academic snob like Obama. Trump is the only Godzilla in the room!

  • Stephen Honig

    Screw Kelly and Fox News! They have plenty of people to fill in for her; such as Bill O’Reilly, Mark Levin, Michael Savage, Mike Gallager etc. What if she got sick, they would cancel the debate. Who is she going to attack tonight?

  • Ektor

    Fox has just officially joined the Anti-America, racist, liberal league of MSM scumbags. I never watch the news on TV since all of it is infected with the poison of liberalism. Since liberals have hijacked the media, it has been reduced to a pre-school level of mindless nonsense.

  • Joannie

    Tears . . . How much further in the gutter can we get? I had already decided that I will not be watching the debate tonight. This decision by Fox is the lowest of low.

  • Wayne Ville

    I will be watching Trump on CNN for the WW tonite.

    • Debi Brand

      Roger.

  • Debi Brand

    Hey, All.

    https://www.donaldtrumpforvets.com/

    Access the link above, thereat, donate, and thereby help address the immense cost of “conservatives” at war.

    The narratives of those costs are horrific, dearth-less, shame-worthy, and except for the Cross, unforgiveable.

  • mallen11

    Thank you Pamela, great info. I am siding with Trump. He will be able to deal with islam with power and not negotiations.

    • wildjew

      I’m not.

  • wildjew

    Andrew McCarthy:

    Is Donald Trump the sharia of American politics? I’m having trouble finding much daylight between Islamic law’s repressive blasphemy standards and the mogul’s thin-skinned sense of privilege.

    None of us wants to be insulted or smeared. But sharia forbids not only ridicule or slander against Islam; it bans any examination that casts Islam in an unflattering light. Worse, truth is not a defense: Even if one’s questions are based on undeniable past actions or verbatim quotes from scripture, tough questioning is considered blasphemous. Retribution, moreover, is often completely out of proportion to the scale of the perceived “offense.”

    How is Trump different?

    They say politics ain’t beanbag: People in and around it eventually get slammed by opponents and other critics. But to Trump, the mildest criticisms are “vicious” attacks…..

    read it here: http://www.nationalreview.com/article/430393/donald-trump–thin-skinned-tyrant

  • Up Huff

    Will not be watching the comedy show FOX is putting on and calling a “debate”.
    Not interested in the questions of a Muslim activist to Presidential debate participants.
    As for Michael Moore, he’ll bring such a stench to the arena that I’d be surprised if everyone doesn’t get up and walk out, leaving FOX with no one there. Just another Liberal ‘news’ network now.
    Like so many millions of others, will be using social media instead of the really lame networks.
    Like newspapers and magazines, broadcast networks are becoming extraneous.

  • benlittleeagleyahoocom

    the FOX Debate that is set for tonight has let the Cast out of the Bag they like Trump had figured were going to try an make him look bad to the voters. They have placed three of the people to ask questions in the audience that hate Trump because he states the truth and one is the Muslim Nabela Noor to try and make him look bad because he wanted to stop the Muslims from being brought by Obama and turned loose on our streets because they could not be vetted properly because the system is weak and doesn’t work. Proof the san Burnadino Deal. and then Mark Watson and Dulce Candy these two were to as questions the Were concerns of there communities. which would have been Questions to try and make Trump look foolish. So he was correct in deciding to by pass the set up bu Fox News to do more Damage to the Media which is in very poor standing in America and around the world at this tike they are all acting as if Obama has them Brain washed to say just what he wants them to say nothing else he is a very very Poor leader he is at loose ends and doesn’t seam to know how to do the Job as the President to our Country so why should we contenue to pay him the big Buckes impeach hime and stop the pay days and also the big retirement and other benefits he would have gotten if he had been and Honest American president. but he is a Fraud, Treasonist, traitor to America.

    • wildjew

      Nabela Noor. Who was the ‘fool’ who invited the Islamic supremacist?

  • Daniel Diamond

    “She did, however, try to argue that the many Islam-inspired attacks are not Islamic. ‘There are people out there that manipulate our texts to serve their own sick twisted agenda,” she said, without trying to explain how ISIS violates Islamic texts, or trying to disavow the many commandments for jihad in the Koran. ”

    She did not explain how ISIS “manipulate our texts to serve their own sick twisted agenda”

    OK OK,agree, it is sick twisted agenda but where do they get it from?

    and

    How and what part is manipulated by” people out there that manipulate our texts to serve their own sick twisted agenda,”

    Chapter and verse please first.

    Then give us the “how” of manipulation.

  • joe1429

    Trump screwed fox….And Thousands stood outside in Iowa, in lines for miles… in the freezing cold to see trump.. at his OWN RALLY FOR VETS!! Go Trump!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  • karpenter

    Don’t Forget FOX Is Half-Owned By Arabian Princes

  • poortaxpayerwindsor

    Last I seen numbers on it, about 10 years ago
    Fox was 1/3 owned by saudis