Megyn Kelly and Shepard Smith must be training under the same liberal acting coach. Their mannerisms and on-air persona’s as well as their leftist vitriol and anti-Trumpness are almost identical. They’re even starting to look alike, as David Bowie reincarnations. Maybe they’ll each declare one of those genders that starts with an “x.”
Marco Rubio Has High Profile Campaign Workers On Debate Staff
As Kelly introduced the ever-sloppy toad Frank Luntz and his focus group, there were a couple of things she neglected to mention. As many have noticed, the Luntz groups have, since the initial “McCain war hero incident,” been decidedly and without exception anti-Trump. In each subsequent post-debate presentation they have declared a winner that was generally a transparent attempt to impart momentum to someone other than Trump, an establishment candidate when possible.
For the last couple of months there has been an obvious push to improve Rubio’s polling and his favorability with the American people. Forget his record on amnesty, drastically increasing H-1B visas and as the deciding vote in passing Obama’s dictatorial approval of TPA for TPP, they’ll spoon feed us how wonderful he is based upon a select group of dial turners.
Luntz comes out with his lips securely locked around the boney Kelly derriere, saying, “Megyn, you asked probably the toughest question of the debate, you gave the candidate no room to wiggle, you pressed him and he responded. I want to begin with the most important and impactful moment of this debate. It was your challenge of Marco Rubio and watch how well he did on immigration.”
After showing a clip of Rubio basically endorsing amnesty, Luntz throws it to the trained seals who applaud on cue, saying, “What’s your reaction?” Luntz then goes through the now familiar “He knocked it out of the park” theatrics, asking “How many of you walked in here supporting Marco Rubio?” It’s a shtick we’ve seen many times already, and the conversion rate is similar. They go down the front row all giving their one word accolade as an endorsement of the pro-invasion establishment candidate. It doesn’t matter how they arrived at their determination, what matters is the open borders Fox organization wants their boy Rubio to get a boost.
They once again, has been the tactic in the past, employ the youngest member of the group as a spokesperson, one who is still naïve enough to believe the establishment line of baloney and swallow it whole. He says, he’s for Rubio because when he says he’s going to do something it will happen. That’s the same Marco Rubio who no longer shows up to do his job as a Senator and whose only piece of legislative “success” is the amnesty bill and associated policies that will kill this same 22-year-old voter’s future in one fell swoop. If someone is promising your demise, the fact that they keep their promises is not necessarily a valid reason to support them. The spontaneity of the exchange is suspect, with Luntz seemingly a little too quick on the post-comment commentary.
On the honesty front, Rubio hasn’t been nearly as forthcoming as the young voter gives him credit for. Neither has his gushing promoter, Frank Luntz, nor the clumsy accomplice, Megyn Kelly. They are among the many at Fox who failed to disclose a previous business arrangement that Luntz had with Rubio in 2012. He helped him write a book, “100 Innovative Ideas for Florida’s Future,” more than a casual arrangement.
The Fox cabal also failed to reveal that Fox VP Bill Sammon’s daughter, Brooke Sammon, works as Rubio’s national press secretary.
Then there’s that explanation as for why they’re pitching Rubio as hard as they are, positioning him as the heir apparent to the establishment, pro-illegal invasion throne following the failure of Jeb Bush. Australian-born, naturalized “American” Rupert Murdoch’s ties to the open borders, anti-American globalist ideology were aptly described in an article featuring Ann Coulter in Breitbart News.
Coulter said, “When it comes to immigration, Fox News is indistinguishable from George Soros, adding, The ‘Rupert Murdoch enterprise is implacably pro-open borders, pro-amnesty and, consequently, anti-Trump.’” She also wrote, “You won’t read about Fox News’s open-borders philosophy in National Review. You won’t hear about it on almost any ‘conservative’ web pages, magazines, radio shows, Twitter feeds or blogs.”
Breitbart made note that “Murdoch is the co-chair of what is arguably one of the nation’s most powerful immigration lobbying firms, the Partnership for a New American Economy. Murdoch’s lobbying firm has already endorsed Rubio.
It’s a question that’s being asked a lot lately, “How does Fox define fair and balanced, and do honesty or full disclosure have a place in their “news” organization?”