Yesterday on his radio program, Rush Limbaugh said something I have never heard him say before. Now maybe he has, but this is the first time I’ve heard him admit it. In a short segment, he took a call from “Kate” from Oregon.
Rush acknowledged that decisions to protect Hillary are made in the corporate boardroom of NewsCorp., owner of Fox News. (can you say Saudi billionaire Prince Alwaleed bin Talal?)
Decisions that protect Hillary (and by inference, Obama too).
Rush essentially acknowledged what many of us know, or at least suspect — that though Fox News is the best of a bad bunch of media outlets, it still protects the evil.
Don’t Hold Your Breath for a Fox Movie Bashing Hillary
August 07, 2013
RUSH: Kate, Medford, Oregon. Hi. Great to have you with us on the EIB Network. Hello.
CALLER: Thank you, Rush. It’s an honor.
RUSH: Thank you much.
CALLER: I would like to suggest an alternative to Reince Priebus’s challenge to CBS and NBC regarding the Hillary miniseries. I think a Fox version of a miniseries would have an honest account that includes intrigues, drama, immorality and whodunit with the stories highlighting Hillary’s college anti-US protests, being fired for lying and unethical behavior during the Watergate hearings. Of course, there’s Hillarygate, Vince Foster, misrepresenting her dangerous trip to Bosnia, and plus her major role in the cover-up of the Benghazi terror and murder is and who actually gave the order to stand down and her part in not stopping the stand-down and then further covering the matter up. I think it would be a wonderful miniseries.
RUSH: Do you think this is something that Fox, as you know it today, would do?
CALLER: You know, I would hope they do it. You know, they’re our only chance of honest media. They do have drama series —
RUSH: I don’t want to take the air out of your sails, and I don’t want to burst your balloon, but I have to tell you I don’t think that’s something Fox would do.
CALLER: Do you think that possibly some conservative Hollywood producer could do something?
RUSH: Oh, yeah, be plenty of those that do it. The problem is finding a place that would air it.
CALLER: You don’t think Fox would air it?
RUSH: I have my doubts. Have my doubts.
CALLER: Not even for ratings?
RUSH: No. No, there’s too much — I might get in trouble here. There’s too much affection for and loyalty to Hillary in that boardroom, and I don’t mean the Fox boardroom, but the corporate umbrella boardroom. We’re talking Twentieth Century Fox movies, too. We’re talking News Corp here. We’re not just talking Fox News.