Thursday, January 22, 2015

Common Enemies

The punishment for riding on the same bike as a boy

Muslim groups in America, like the unindicted co-conspirator and terrorist front group Council on American-Islamic Relations, have targeted Fox News numerous times in the past, and have called for the jobs, and heads, of various Fox News personalities who have spoken the unfiltered truth about radical Islam.

The truth is, the organizers of the event know that Islam isn’t a religion of peace and that radical Islamic jihadists pose a rapidly increasing threat to America, which is something they’d rather the majority of Americans not know.

Fox News doesn’t necessarily stand alone in this instance either, as some other reporters for other media outlets received similar treatment from the event organizers, and all reporters were kicked out of the conference after the 20-minute opening ceremony. [Full]

Fox News may not stand entirely alone in this instance, but by and large the network is viewed as a mortal enemy by both American Islamics like CAIR,and the Democratic Party. FWIW

1 comment:

Anonymous said...


For the past five years, the left-wing Public Policy Polling organization has asked a sample of TV viewers which news outlets they trust the most and the ones they believe the least. This year's version resulted in a low finish for MSNBC, far behind the Fox News Channel, which has topped the list ever since the annual poll got underway. This year's numbers show that 35 percent trusted the Fox News Channel, more than any other outlet, followed by the Public Broadcasting Service at 14 percent, the Cable News Network at 10 percent, CBS at 9 percent, MSNBC and Comedy Central tied at 6 percent, and just 3 percent for NBC.


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