By: William Palumbo
The American Report
Did Fox News conspire with Jeb Bush, Karl Rove, and Valerie Jarrett to attack Trump in the first debate?
Given the carnival of a debate, during which the Fox moderators spoke more than any candidate, is it so hard to believe? The cabal that runs Washington, Democrat and Republican, fears nothing more than an outsider who doesn’t owe them favors.
Rove was George W. Bush’s special advisor for years, going back to Texas. He’s been a sleazy political operative for decades. After the White House, he managed to weasel himself into a position of prominence at Rupurt Murdoch’s (an Australian socialist) Fox News.
Here’s a picture of Jeb, Murdoch, and Obama’s “Special Advisor,” the Iranian-born Valerie Jarrett. The cabal photographed at dinner… only person missing is Karl Rove.
News Corp, the parent company of Fox News, hired Toni Cook Bush (not the same Bush family) to be Executive Vice President and global head of government affairs. She is a cousin to Valerie Jarret.
A recent article in Politico details the envy and frustration of Jeb Bush, who never expected to have to catch up to Trump in the polls. There’s your potential motive.
It is doubtful that Trump will be knocked out by Jarrett’s puppet, Megyn Kelly.
But this first debate, and the ensuing internecine GOP arguments, may be enough to ensure that another Democrat – Hillary – is elected in 2016.
If this happens, we have only Fox News to thank.
Trump, just like Obama said he supports an assault weapons ban. Trump has flip-flopped on many issues, but he is as consistent as Obama when it comes to Gun Control- Obama and Trump both say they “Fully support the 2nd Amendment,” and out of the other side of their mouth they say “I support banning assault weapons.” EVERY thinking American knows there is no such thing as an assault weapon; a firearm can never exhibit the human behavior of assault. When Trump uses the Liberal vocabulary of “assault weapon” he is demonstrating that he is one of them.
Well…my fear is that Trump will throw this election to H. Clinton, exactly the same way Perot threw the 1992 election to her husband. He is genuinely disliked and distrusted, not for being an outsider but for being less than ethical in business and personal life. He won’t win. But he might keep a viable Republican candidate from winning.