After FOX News hired a Muslim activist, approved by the RNC, to bash Donald Trump, no wonder he pulled out of the Jan. 28th FOX Republican debate
FOX News and the far left, pro-Muslim biased Google have invited a Muslim YouTube personality, Nabela Noor, to ask questions at tomorrow night’s debate.
Noor is a pro-Muslim advocate who describes Donald Trump as a bigot and who visually portrayed him as being in agreement with Adolf Hitler.
NABELA NOOR’S ACCOUNT
Breitbart “We have a presidential candidate whose loudest message reeks of hatred and Islamophobia... turning on the news now is scary, and oftentimes, humiliating,” the Muslim woman, Nabela Noor, says in a December Youtube video (below). She admits to becoming a Muslim political activist amid the growing criticism of Islam’s doctrines. “The current social environment for Muslims today is not safe or just
The two companies announced Tuesday afternoon that the anti-Trump Muslim advocate would be allowed to play a role in the debate. The Republican National Committee also approved the choice of Noor, an LA.-based press aide for YouTube, Jackie Cavanagh, at MPRM Communications, told Breitbart. “I believe” she was chosen by YouTube, with help from the RNC and Fox, she said.
Born in New York, Nabela is a 24 year old Muslim American whose parents immigrated from Bangladesh. These Bangladeshi Muslim parents migrated to the United States — while hiding am anchor-baby pregnancy — and later kept Noor in the house for many years to prevent her from integrating with American society.
Aspects of Islamic culture remain part of Noor’s personality, under the outward appearance of an American fashionista. For example, Noor argues that Muslims are individually and collectively insulted when many Americans offer sincere and well-argued criticism of Islam’s violent doctrines — for example, jihad, bans against free speech, the death penalty for quitting Islam, sexual subordination of women, opposition to democracy and the separation of mosque and state, etc.
That bigoted claim of individual and collective injury from free speech echoes the demand from orthodox Islam that critics of Islam be silenced – by force if needed – and that the status or honor of each Muslim is damaged if they fail to fight against any criticism of Islam by non-Muslims.
also described criticism of Islam as “Islamophobia,” as if only the
existence of a nationwide mental-disease could explain why Americans
criticize jihad or child-
marriages or the murder of captured Christians or the murders of homosexuals or the murder of a seventh-century poet.
portrayed the Muslim-against-not-Muslim jihad attack as actually caused
by Americans’ fear of Muslim attacks “The fear-mongering tactics are a
direct cause of hate-violence against Muslims and that makes being a
Muslim in America today very, very scary,” she claimed. Noor did not
mention any of the many, many, many attacks b
y Muslims against non-Muslims in America.
reposted from Canada Free Press
By Judi McLeod
By Judi McLeod
It’s not that Fox News narcissist Megyn Kelly allowed herself to be fat-cat fawned over by Michael Moore on last night’s surrealistic “The Kelly File” that should matter, it’s that Fox and Google have turned over tomorrow night’s GOP ‘debate’ to a Muslim YouTube Queen ‘debate participant.
“Fox News and Google have invited three YouTube personalities to ask questions at the Jan. 28 GOP debate — including a Muslim advocate who describes Donald Trump as a bigot and who visually portrayed him as being in agreement with national socialist Adolf Hitler.” (Breitbart, Jan. 26, 2016)
And just to think that millions of Fox News viewers thought that Kelly’s stiletto playing footsie with Moore’s big fat foot was the most disgusting visual of modern-day television.
All that was missing during the Kelly-Moore footsie routine was the theme song from the movie ‘Gone with the Wind’ with a poorly cast Scarlett and Rhett making a naked attempt to bring full viewer attention back to Fox for the No Donald ‘debate’.
Dropping Megyn Kelly on her own ego, has consequences, Mr. Trump.
Pipe up the ‘Gone With the Wind’ music theme...
“...I feel bad for you,” Moore said. He then wondered why Trump would deprive himself of Kelly’s company: “What’s he afraid of? I’m sitting here. I don’t feel any fear.” (Washington Post, Jan. 27, 2016)
“You shouldn’t,” Kelly said. “I’m a p****cat.”“You can ask Donald,” Moore said, volunteering to play chaperone for the candidate. “Donald — come down. Come sit beside me. I’ll hold your hand. She’s fine.”Kelly: “Stop that!”
But when this music stops, it’s a prime time, televised debate where Fox and Google get to turn the questions over to a Muslim advocate, whose intention is to turn the tables on the most dangerous issue of our day: the increasing threat of Islamic terrorism.
It’s one-day before D Day and if it’s truly America they care about, ALL GOP candidates should follow Trump’s example by refusing to play patsy for the self-professed “p****cat”.
When Fox News and Google get together on televised presidential ‘debates’, the issue becomes not how to protect America from invading Islamic terrorists—but America is Islamophobic:
“We have a presidential candidate whose loudest message reeks of hatred and Islamophobia... turning on the news now is scary, and oftentimes, humiliating,” the Muslim woman, Nabela Noor, says in a December YouTube video. (Breitbart)
“She admits to becoming a Muslim political activist amid the growing criticism of Islam’s doctrines. “The current social environment for Muslims today is not safe or just... as a Muslim American, I felt like I needed to use my voice,” she claimed.“Noor also urged her YouTube viewers to rally against critics of Islam. “I’m so thankful for those who speak up and out against anti-Islamic speech and ideologies. Our community needs more allies like you, but we have a long way to go,” she said.“The two companies announced Tuesday afternoon that the anti-Trump Muslim advocate would be allowed to play a role in the debate.“Google is teaming up with the Fox News Channel for the final Republican debate in Iowa on Thursday, January 28, 2016, and integrating three new components into the debate to help people get informed before they head to the polls, including a way to hear directly from candidates on Google; real-time Google Trends data; and questions from three of YouTube’s most prominent voices—Nabela Noor, Mark Watson, and Dulce Candy — who will join the moderators in the debate to ask the candidates a question on an issue that matters to them and their communities.“The Republican National Committee also approved the choice of Noor, an LA.-based press aide for YouTube, Jackie Cavanagh, at MPRM Communications, told Breitbart. “I believe” she was chosen by YouTube, with help from the RNC and Fox, she said.“YouTube creators were selected in collaboration with Fox based on things such as audience size and their ability to bring a new, fresh perspective to the most important issues of our time. Fox informed the party/candidates of the format,” said a p.r. person.“Allison Moore, a press secretary for the RNC, told Breitbart that “We had nothing to do with that.”“Irena Briganti, a spokeswoman for Fox, also did not respond.”
It will be interesting to see the degree of outrage from all GOP contenders—if any—now that Fox and Google have turned the table on the Islamic issue.
Meanwhile, Fox News, which through the arrogant Megyn Kelly, is leading the charge that ‘Donald Trump will do anything for votes’, is escaping criticism for being willing ‘to DO anything’ to boost ratings.
Shame on Fox and Google!
New insights are coming out regarding Donald Trump and tomorrow night’s Fox News debate for the GOP presidential candidates. Not only did Fox News host Megyn Kelly share some anti-Trump laughs with noted liberal wacko Michael Moore, but it turns out there were several surprise guests in store for Trump at the debate. Does this sound like a set-up?
As reported in The Washington Post, Kelly didn’t have such a good day yesterday. First, she learned that Trump said, “No way, Jose,” to being part of a Fox News debate that included Kelly. Then, she went on her show and had a conversation with one of the most outspoken left-wingers in the country:
Enter Michael Moore — a man unlikely to shore up Kelly’s bona fides among conservatives. The liberal gadfly was on “The Kelly File” on Tuesday evening to promote a new film and weigh in on the ongoing water crisis in Flint, Mich., his home town.But after Kelly introduced Moore’s “Where to Invade Next?” — in which, as Kelly put it in an opening that probably made many Fox viewers’ skin crawl, “Moore travels through Europe to highlight what he believes to be America’s shortfalls” — Moore didn’t want to talk about himself. For the man who hounded General Motors chief executive Roger Smith and vilified President George W. Bush, it was all about Kelly and her bold stand against Trump.
Moore then adds, “In all seriousness, let me say this ... You’ve done something that Jeb Bush, Chris Christie, Rubio, Cruz — none of them have been able to do. Which is to, essentially, frighten him.”
In addition to what would have certainly been Kelly’s anti-Trump bias on display at the debate, Breitbart.com reports that Fox News invited three “YouTube personalities” to ask questions at tomorrow’s debate including “a Muslim advocate who describes Donald Trump as a bigot and who visually portrayed him as being in agreement with national socialist Adolf Hitler.”
“We have a presidential candidate whose loudest message reeks of hatred and Islamophobia... turning on the news now is scary, and oftentimes, humiliating,” the Muslim woman, Nabela Noor, says in a December YouTube video.She admits to becoming a Muslim political activist amid the growing criticism of Islam’s doctrines. “The current social environment for Muslims today is not safe or just... as a Muslim American, I felt like I needed to use my voice,” she claimed.
So what is going on here with this debate?
New York Magazine reports that the statement released by Fox which mocked Trump as being afraid to meet with people like Putin and the Ayatollah actually originated from Fox News chief Roger Ailes himself.
“That was Roger 100 percent,” the source explained. “A lot of people on the second floor” — where top Fox executives work — “didn’t think it was a good idea.”Fox executives are also troubled that Ailes’s principal adviser right now is his longtime personal lawyer and Fox & Friends contributor Peter Johnson Jr. “He wrote the statement with Peter,” the source explained. “Peter is running the war room,” another Ailes friend told me. Fox executives are worried that Ailes is relying on an attorney with scant communications experience as the network is reeling from the biggest PR crisis in recent memory.
Ailes is a big fan of his rising star Megyn Kelly, and perhaps this is his way of going to bat for her. But when it’s all said and done, this whole situation smacks of media bias and favoritism for the Republican establishment. Neither of those are particularly popular with grassroots Republicans right now. As Fox News scrambles, maybe Trump is looking a little bit smarter after all?
The terrible little secret that both Fox News and Megyn Kelly are hiding with their pseudo-bravado is that if Donald Trump's considerable fan base decides to skip the GOP debate as well, that will strike a ratings death blow they may never recover from. Could it happen? Absolutely.
Like him or hate him, Donald Trump does not simply own the political narrative. He is the political narrative of the 2016 presidential campaign. Trump is hated by the Liberals, he is hated by the GOP, and he is hated by the main stream media as well. His demise has been predicted more times than you can count, and yet his following and popularity continue a mega climb upwards. Now he is taking on Fox News in an epic p****** contest, and if current trends hold, Fox News may just get their heads handed to them in royal fashion.
We reported on how, back during the first Fox-televised GOP debates, that Megyn Kelly, Chris Wallace and Bret Baier had purposely tried to provoke Donald Trump into giving "over the top" answers so it would make for "better television". And in fact, Megyn Kelly took numerous cheap shots at Trump in an effort to create and explosion. When all was said and done, though, the end results of the Fox attempt to sabotage Donald Trump only served to send his start soaring into the political atmosphere.
Megyn Kelly was told to "take a 10 day vacation" until things cooled off. Trump was the clear and obvious winner of that encounter. He said after that he would not do another debate with Megyn Kelly.
"Deja Vu all over again"
On January 28, Fox will again hold another GOP Debate, but it will be without Donald Trump. Roger Ailes has been pumping up the "yellow journalism" war machine to a fever pitch, declaring to anyone who will listen that "Trump is afraid of Megyn Kelly" when nothing could be further from the truth. Trump is disgusted with the "got'cha" journalism of Kelly, doesn't want to do it again and guess what? Trump doesn't need to do it again. This time around Fox News needs Donald Trump far more than he needs them. Trump doesn't need Fox News, he is much bigger than that now. If you think that is mere hyperbole, just ask Donald how much he hasn't had to spend on advertising so far. Some $35 million so far.
Knowing that FOX was out to 'get' Trump, and supporting a benefit for Wounded Warriors tomorrow night, has your opinion changed?
Laura J Alcorn
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