Fox News Real Agenda is Open Borders
Michelle Malkin: When Open-Borders Media Are in Charge of Debates, Voters Lose
“An illegal border-crosser and a radical Muslim activist walk into the FoxNews GOP debate. This is not a joke. ~Michelle Malkin
Conservative commentator and best-selling author Michelle Malkin slammed Fox News on Twitter for the network’s decision to allow someone who entered the country illegally to participate as a questioner in Thursday night’s Republican presidential debate.
Malkin tweeted: “FoxNews debate questioner Dulce Candy was an illegal immigrant. I’m sure her q will be fair.”
The interests of American victims of open borders immigration policies go largely unrepresented at presidential debates.
“When open-borders media are in charge of debates, voters lose,” Malkin later tweeted– explaining why the interests of American victims of open borders immigration policies go largely unrepresented at presidential debates.
As Malkin highlights in her new book Sold Out: How High-Tech Billionaires & Bipartisan Beltway Crapweasels Are Screwing America’s Best & Brightest Workers, Fox News founder Rupert Murdoch is the co-chair of one of the most powerful open borders immigration lobbying firms in the country, the Partnership for a New American Economy.
As Breitbart News has previously reported, this undisclosed conflict of interest may perhaps explain the treatment GOP frontrunner Donald Trump has received from the network.
Via his immigration lobbying firm, Murdoch has endorsed
Sen. Marco Rubio’s[ (R-FL) 79% conservative voting score]2013 amnesty bill, as well as Rubio’s 2015 immigration expansion bill know as the Immigration Innovation Act. Murdoch has also articulated his support for Rubio’s desire to give citizenship—and, by extension, voting rights and welfare access–to illegal immigrants.
Malkin points out that while someone who entered the country illegally will be represented in the Fox News debate, American citizens harmed by the nation’s open borders immigration policies are unlikely to be represented.
“Illegal alien & Muslim activist get key roles at FoxNewsGOP debate. Victims of illegal alien crime & jihad shut out,” Malkin tweeted.
By contrast, throughout his campaign, Donald Trump has sought to give voice to the victims of illegal alien crime. As Laura Wilkerson, whose son was tortured to death by an illegal immigrant, said in her Congressional testimony last year, “I thank you, Mr. Trump, for getting a message out about the nation… that countless families like my own have been trying to say for five to six years. It feels good to be heard.”
Malkin also observed that it is unclear whether American Disney workers– who were laid off and forced to train their lower-paid H-1B foreign worker replacements–will be given a voice at upcoming GOP debates.
“Will Disney’s layoffs of US workers forced to train H-1B replacements come up at ABC News GOP debate in NH?” Malkin tweeted.
Interestingly, Disney CEO Bob Iger co-chairs the Partnership for a New American Economy along with Rupert Murdoch.
On Youtube, Dulce Candy—who will join Fox’s Megyn Kelly in submitting a question for GOP candidates tomorrow night— tells viewers how she and her family climbed fences, waded across a river, and hid from “la migra” in order to sneak across the nation’s border.
Candy described illegally entering the country as an “incredible experience” that she is glad she will be able to tell her child about one day:
It was just such an incredible experience, that I look back at now, and I feel like having that story to tell my son Isaac is going to be really, I don’t know, it’s just a nice thing. It’s not a nice thing for it to happen, but it just– I feel like it does make me to the person that I am today just because after everything that I went through and to see where my life is now.
Malkin tweeted, “An illegal border-crosser and a radical Muslim activist walk into the FoxNews GOP debate. This is not a joke.”
Fox chose Muslim Bernie Sanders supporter to trip Trump
Donald Trump apparently smelled a rat planted at Thursday night’s debate on Fox News, causing him to back out of the final showdown event before the Iowa Caucus.
But the question remains: Who planted the rat at Fox?
The story is being played in the establishment media as a feud strictly between Trump and Fox News’ Megyn Kelly.
But to get to the source of the feud, some pundits are saying it goes beyond Kelly. Look to her bosses, they say.
Fox had selected a couple of dyed-in-the-wool Democrats to try to trip Trump with questions that his supporters say will be designed to humiliate the real-estate mogul. One is a Muslim woman, Nabela Noor, who has compared Trump to Adolf Hitler on her YouTube channel. Noor was invited to ask questions of the candidates along with two other YouTube celebrities, Mark Watson and Dulce Candy, a Mexican woman who admits in a video she “crossed a river in the middle of the night” with her parents to get to the United States in 1994.
In the statement to the Wrap, Fox accused Trump of being afraid to meet with leaders like the “Ayatollah” and “Putin” if he becomes president.
The statement reads:
“We learned from a secret back channel that the Ayatollah and Putin both intend to treat Donald Trump unfairly when they meet with him if he becomes president. A nefarious source tells us that Trump has his own secret plan to replace the Cabinet with his Twitter followers to see if he should even go to those meetings.”
Trump tweeted late Wednesday: “It was the childishly written & taunting PR statement by Fox that made me not do the debate, more so than lightweight reporter, @megynkelly.”
Who approved this “childish” release? Some believe it was Roger Ailes, the longtime president of Fox News.
Ailes has actually been in poor health for the past few months, forcing Chairman Rupert Murdock to have meetings with his program directors at the news network.
The Conservative Tree House believes it was not Ailes who crafted the strange Fox news release: “No, this has the doofus Murdoch boys, his leftist children who are being groomed to take over, written all over it.”
Actually, this is not the first time a presidential frontrunner has backed out of the final debate before the Iowa Caucus. Ronald Reagan skipped the GOP debate ahead of the Iowa Caucus in 1980. George H. W. Bush won the caucus but Reagan went on to win the nomination by a landslide.
Read more at http://www.wnd.com/2016/01/fox-chose-muslim-bernie-sanders-supporter-to-trip-trump/#b60giUMoCZQ1mGRL.99