Those commentators on Fox News who like to play it down the middle keep saying that they believe BHO’s strategy of trying to marginalize the most successful TV network in the country is unwise. Unwise? They’ve been inside the Beltway too long.
The Duplicitous Despot and his criminal minions – most notably David Axelrod, Rahm Emanuel, Anita Dunn, and Mark Lloyd – are out to shut down Fox News. No subtlety about it. They take seriously Mao’s belief that political power grows out of the barrel of a gun. After all, Anita Bandita looks to Chairman Mao when it comes to her philosophical inspiration.
When you watch certain commentators (whom I shall purposely leave unnamed) on Fox, it’s not hard to understand why there are still millions of people sleepwalking down the road to servitude. I just shake my head in amazement when I hear them – after more than nine months of nonstop treason by the White House and Congress – talk about BHO as though he’s just another one of those naïve, misguided, liberal presidents.
As Bill O’Reilly (oops … slipped) often says, “If Obama does (this or that), he’s toast. It will be the end of his presidency.” The thought of a dictatorship being established before 2012 would be a comical idea to the host of such intellectual fare as “body language expert” Tonya Reiman and the Great American Culture Quiz.
Worse, when Glenn Beck appears as a guest on “The O’Reilly Factor,” fair-and-balanced Bill loves to chuckle and refer to him (jocularly, of course) as a “troublemaker.” Beck is in an awkward position. Either by design or by accident, O’Reilly embraced him even before he came to Fox News, which makes Beck beholden to him. He’s walking a tightrope, and I don’t blame him for not wanting to upstage O’Reilly, who already is regularly out-brained by the likes of Laura Ingraham, Monica Crowley and Megyn Kelly.
But you have to wonder what Beck is thinking when O’Reilly makes light of his impeccable research and the factual evidence he presents each day on his show. The irony is that even though Beck insists that he’s not a journalist, he has broken a majority of the most damning stories that have been aired about Sinbama and the Forty Thieves. After Beck and his staff do the research and air the evidence, all the other Fox News shows simply rerun their material.
The establishment guys, such as Chris Wallace, Brit Hume and Bret Baier – all first-rate journalists, to be sure – don’t see what Glenn Beck and millions of everyday Americans see: Sinbama and his pals are deadly serious about “fundamentally changing America.” And they are prepared to do so through the use of force, if necessary.
When the reincarnation of Al Capone, David Axelrod, says of Fox that “It’s really not news – it’s pushing a point of view,” it would be laughable if the stakes weren’t so high. But as Tucker Carlson said, it’s outrageous for a liar like Axelrod to say that Fox News commentators aren’t being truthful.
It’s like the schoolyard bully claiming that it was really his victim who bullied him. The bullies at the Kremlin House in Washington, of course, are all too aware that Fox is really the only station that is actually reporting the news, while the fringe media (ABC, CBS and NBC), along with CNBC and MSNBC, are going to great lengths to keep their viewers in the dark about what is really happening – particularly in Washington.
In my article “Wile E. Obama vs. Road Runner Beck,” I said that the administration will soon figure out that a battle with Fox News is not winnable. In fact, if BHO doesn’t call back his troops soon, it could become his Vietnam. It could even open the door to a challenge from Hillary. You can be sure that she still spends her evenings throwing darts at BHO’s picture on her bedroom wall. But a declaration of a “state of emergency,” which I have repeatedly warned about, would render Hillary even more irrelevant than she already is.
If I ever believe that we’re getting close to that point, you’ll read about it here first. In the meantime, let’s be thankful that our illustrious president was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize, because I have heard from a reliable, high-level source that he barely beat out three other equally worthy opponents for this great honor: Bernie Madoff, Charles Manson and Michael Vick.
It makes me feel good all over to know that Osama Obama won the big prize – following in the noble footsteps of Yasser Arafat, Kofi Annan, Jimmy Carter and the world’s richest global-warming hero, Al Gore – and reminds me once again that it’s not about what my president can do for me, but what I can do for my president.