WHCA Should Pull Fox News Channel’s Credentials, Now

I cannot stress this enough: The Dominion defamation lawsuit is a ticking bomb for Fox News, and this exchange with a Dominion lawyer is totally damning:

LAWYER: It is fair to say you seriously doubted any claim of massive election fraud?

MURDOCH: Oh, yes.

LAWYER: And you seriously doubted it from the very beginning?


I think that is pretty much game, set, and match. Fox News knew it was spreading lies, and continued to do so with abandon, as their motivation was to stop the flow of their Always Trump audience to other channels. In other words, they did it for the Ameros. As we have said many times (and now with proof), they are not a news channel. It is more clear than ever that Fox News is a propaganda arm of some malevolent force.

The White House Correspondents Association and the White House should revoke their credentials immediately.

There’s almost a murder-suicide pact here. Fox News clearly wants to support Meatball* and dump last year’s model fascist but their audience doesn’t; Hair Füror is raging about Fox News supporting Meatball instead of himself. Fox and Trump both are dependent on each other, and hate each other. The moral of the story: ETTD.

In the end, someone is going to have to tell the full story to Possum Hollar, and for that we Scissorheads will need extra rations of popcorn. (Shhh! Don’t tell the others, we don’t want a run on the Redenbacher.)

*TFG’s proposed nickname for DeSantis, not ours.

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13 Responses to WHCA Should Pull Fox News Channel’s Credentials, Now

  1. Jimmy T says:

    I’ve been saving this one for a few days now. Good time to release the kraken…


  2. Ellis Weiner says:

    On the New York Times’ podcast The Daily yesterday, a reporter said (if I have this right) that Fox’s only hope is to convince one juror that Fox was not knowingly broadcasting lies, but, rather, “reporting” on the lies that others were claiming. But I assume there’s a ton of footage showing Hannity, etc., not paraphrasing or quoting others, but stating the lies outright.

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  3. gruaud says:

    I couldn’t find this story on the FOX News website, sorry.

    Liked by 3 people

  4. roket says:

    No reasonable person believes what FAUX Snooze says. The defense rests.

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  5. Redhand says:

    The White House Correspondents Association and the White House should revoke their credentials immediately.

    This is also my view. After Murdoch’s damning admissions, there’s no reason to view Fox as anything other than a totally debased “family business” willing to suborn sedition for profit based on lies. I think it’s one of the most disgraceful events in the entire history of journalism.

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    • MDavis says:

      I don’t understand why Murdoch and his nasty network didn’t get ousted like they did in Great Britain.
      I also don’t understand how the chickens they are propagandizing to don’t get the metaphor, sitting in their hen houses.

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      • Redhand says:

        Fox and hen houses — love it.

        Perhaps the WH ban I wish for will go into effect after Fox loses its ass at the Dominion and Smartmatic trials.


    • tengrain says:

      I second that, Redhand.




  6. robginchicago says:

    Booting FOX “News” from the White House Press Corps, while appropriate, doesn’t go nearly far enough. They are abusing their FCC license to broadcast and that license needs to be suspended based on violation of their duties and responsibilities as a broadcast license holder, if not pulled outright.

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  7. pagan in repose says:

    Murdoch is just following Milton Friedman’s theory of Unfettered Capitalisms. Misspelling of the word ‘Capitalism’ to ‘Capitalisms’ was
    because I liked the sound of it. The first rule of Unfetteredism is that Capitalism will always readjust the bad behavior out of Capitalism if is it is left to its own devices by removing all Government regulations from it except when it came to protecting Corporate profits (the shortest summation I could come up with). Old Ronnie Raygun was the first to start to apply this theory back in the 80’s to the US of A after being force tested in South America in the 50’s – 70’s.

    Some reading on the subject:


    Click to access The-Shock-Doctrine-1.pdf


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