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FOX Prepares For Nationwide Immigration Protests Today

Reported by Deborah - April 10, 2006

The F&F trio were all ready with the right talking points about the nationwide immigration demonstrations planned for today. Doocy, Kilmeade and Hill used their informal banter technique to send the FOX message during the last few minutes of today's Fox and Friends. 4/10/06

Doocy started the chat mentioning that immigration is the #1 topic and more protests were planned for today calling the events " day of illegal alien unity." Kilmeade wisecracked that the protesters could turn themselves in to the police covering the demonstrations. Hill suggested that the organizers get together and pay for the education and healthcare for the immigrants. Then while a clip of the preparations being made in Atlanta for the rally was shown Doocy commented that the people in the southern states want a fence from " sea to shining sea".

Then there was the inevitable french connection made suggesting that their decision to listen to the needs of their citizens was weak. Kilmeade commented that the protests in France worked, "He literally caved", Kilmeade said about Chirac. Doocey chimed in, " A man of principle. We're going to do this, unless there's a lot of crowds and then we'll do this."

comment: So the message was clear. Don't forget that the people demonstrating are breaking the law; they cost taxpayers money; the American people really want the borders closed off and if we respond to their needs, we are weak like France. Since the massive crowds yesterday were waving only American flags and wearing all white for peace , FOX has been deprived of their previous message about Mexican radicalism. An interesting day ahead on FOX as the events unfold.

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