The concern for their guy at Trump HQ, aka Fox News, was evident on the Hannity show earlier this week. First, Hannity spent nearly a half hour in a lapdog interview with a Secret Service agent who has written a highly questionable hit-job book about Hillary Clinton. Hannity followed up with a totally fair and balanced panel with Trump-lover Monica Crowley, Republican Noelle Nikpour – who just happens to be running for Congress in a crowded primary in a swing district – and Fox Democrat Doug Schoen. And by “Fox Democrat,” I mean one who acts a lot like a Republican.
Rather than point out the pile of evidence that discredits Gary Byrne, the ex-Secret Service agent/author, Schoen gave credence to Byrne's accusations. Schoen said he never saw anything like the kind of “volcanic” temper Byrne wrote about, but almost immediately added, “I wasn’t there every day, I was there once or twice a week,” and, “She kept her distance from the political operatives.”
Later, however, Schoen and Hannity acknowledged that Clinton has an electoral college advantage.
“That’s what I worry about the most,” Hannity conceded.
But Crowley had some comforting words:
CROWLEY: Look, over many decades, the left has really done a number on this country, including flooding the zone in a lot of important states, with illegals and all kinds of activity to try to tilt the map, OK? So they do have a built-in advantage.
But the fact that it is so tight in so many of these battleground states, given the fact that Donald Trump doesn’t have much support within his own party, has never done this before and essentially has no money, is astonishing, Sean, and that tells me he can pull this whole thing off.
If you think Schoen challenged Crowley’s smear, think again.
Watch it below, from the June 27, Hannity show.
It’s pretty much what you’d expect. Yet, as obvious as it is it’s a propaganda outlet, CNC can’t begin to keep up with the propaganda spew emanating from Fox News.
Yes, America. Fox News could teach Communists many things about generating pure propaganda. 👍
Schoen stayed quiet for this, but at the end, he came back in for one more try:
SCHOEN: “All you’re saying is that Hillary will be the next President.”
HANNITY: “No, I’m NOT saying that.”
HANNITY: “I believe Donald Trump is gonna win this election.”
SCHOEN: “I understand.”
HANNITY: “And I hope I’m right, because you know what? Four more years of Obama is something the country doesn’t need. (does a “washing hands” gesture) Good luck. We can’t afford it.”
It seems pretty clear to me that Hannity did not want to hear anything close to the true numbers for Clinton and Trump at this time. Schoen realized a little bit late that he was stepping out of line for what Hannity wanted him to say.
Is she saying illegal immigrants – who aren’t citizens by definition – are voting? That bulls—t has been thoroughly debunked. Everywhere but Fox News that is.
Is she saying they’re marrying citizens, having children who are now of voting age, benefiting from past amnesties, etc. and now she’s angry productive, motivated citizens who otherwise wouldn’t be here are voting?
What is clear is she’s saying the Republican Party who Fox News propagandizes is the party of the working man is saying they can’t meet the needs of the same. Because it’s obvious hard-working Hispanics have no interest in voting Republican.