EVER since FOX called the 2020 electoral steal for crooked/dementia/pedo Joe, the fix was in — Trump will never, ever again become POTUS! Period.
- ‘WE DID IT!’ Wife of Fox News Heir Goes Public After Fox Declares Biden Winner – Even As Anger Grows Among Fans Of FOX News Over Network’s Coverage Of 2020 Election – AND THERE YOU HAVE IT, MISHKIN’S ELECTION DESK RUSH TO CALL! [VIDEO EVIDENCE]
ALAS, along comes DeSantis, no doubt, a malleable Repub. to their liking…..
- Kinda Creepy, Kinda Weird: Ron DeSantis Spends First 30 Seconds of Gloomy Launch Ad Ending with Him Walking Behind Dark Curtain, the Second Dark Curtain in the Ad, Because One Dark Curtain is Not Enough (VIDEO) +
INDEED, it only makes political sense to back the Guv this go-around — never mind that the nation is at the cliff’s edge!
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GATEWAY PUNDIT | By Jim Hoft | May 26, 2023
FOX News owner Rupert Murdoch hosted Governor Ron DeSantis at his California Ranch in Bel Air in 2020. He told him FOX News would support his potential run for president in 2024.
Since then Murdoch and FOX Corp fired its top host Tucker Carlson who was a favorite of the Trump-MAGA crowd.
FOX News has since implemented a soft ban on President Trump.
The news channel is suffering from this new direction. FOX News has lost nearly half of its audience since firing Tucker Carlson.
According to Vanity Fair, the conservative news mogul invited the Florida Governor to his Vineyard in Bel Air, California for dinner in 2020 and assured him that Fox would support his potential presidential run in 2024.
Earlier this year, signs of this sentiment became more apparent as Fox implemented a soft ban on Trump and began featuring DeSantis more frequently.
Additionally, during this time, the Dominion lawsuit loomed over the news corporation, prompting it to distance itself from the election controversy and thus steer clear of Trump.
Murdoch even expressed regret, stating that he would have preferred his anchors to be more assertive in denouncing Trump’s election conspiracies that defined his campaigns. He was also quoted saying, “I would have liked us to be stronger in denouncing it in hindsight,” per the Independent.