As Board Member, Paul Ryan Leads Charge at Fox News Against President Trump
Fox News is in complete turmoil, as globalists try to seize control of the popular conservative network before 2020 to prevent President Donald Trump’s re-election.
Former House Speaker Paul Ryan is leading the charge to turn the network against President Trump. Using his new-found pull as a board member of the Fox Corporation, he is lobbying the company’s executive chairman Lachlan Murdoch to turn the network programming against Trump.
“Paul is embarrassed about Trump and now he has the power to do something about it,” an unnamed Fox executive said to Vanity Fair reporters.
Big League Politics reported in March when Ryan joined the Fox Corporation board after leaving Congress last year amidst a swamp exodus of establishment lawmakers:
According to several Tuesday morning reports, former “Republican” Speaker of the House of Representatives Paul Ryan is among the group. The failed 2012 Vice Presidential candidate has been friends with the Murdoch family – owners of Fox – for years.
“Ryan and three other board of directors were appointed on Tuesday. It was a necessary step as the Murdoch family wraps up the Disney-Fox deal,” according to CNN. “Disney is acquiring most of 21st Century Fox, including its movie studio and entertainment cable channels.”
The parts of Fox that are not being acquired by Disney will be a standalone entity, simply called Fox, the report said. Fox will be the parent company of Fox News, according to the report…
The new announcements come as Fox viewers are particularly miffed at the network. The company suspended Judge Jeanine Pirro for non-controversial comments about Sharia Law, and then subsequently hired former Democratic National Committee head Donna Brazile as a commentator. Both signify a move towards the political left.
Ryan has openly bashed Trump since he departed from Congress while giving interviewers to members of the fake news media. In Politico reporter Tim Alberta’s book “American Carnage,” Ryan provided on-the-record quotes criticizing his leader of the political party he used to support.
“I told myself I gotta have a relationship with this guy to help him get his mind right,” Ryan said to Alberta. “Because, I’m telling you, he didn’t know anything about government … I wanted to scold him all the time.”
Ryan also added, “We helped him make much better decisions, which were contrary to kind of what his knee-jerk reaction was. Now I think he’s making some of these knee-jerk reactions.”
Now that Ryan has power in the Fox Corporation, the network will likely accelerate its left-ward drift. It can no longer be counted on to support conservatism in the age of Trump.