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Fox News’ Neil Cavuto hung up on Catholic League president Bill Donohue on Monday when he refused to stop speculating that the catastrophic Notre Dame fire could be related to other recent attacks on Catholic churches in Paris.

“Well, Neil, if it is an accident, it’s a monumental tragedy. But forgive me for being suspicious. Just last month, a 17th-century church was set on fire in Paris. We’ve seen tabernacles knocked down, crosses have been torn down, statues, —” Donohue stated.

As Donohue mentioned, a number of churches in France have been vandalized during the early part of 2019. Vandals have smashed statues, knocked down tabernacles, burned an altar cloth, destroyed the Eucharist and smeared a cross with excrement.




MyPillow Inventor and CEO Mike Lindell: How I Fought Back Against Boycotts

Mike Lindell, inventor and founder of My Pillow, gives a thumbs up before a rally address by President Donald Trump Thursday, Oct. 4, 2018, in Rochester, Minn. (AP Photo/Jim Mone)
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MyPillow founder and CEO Mike Lindell explained his rejection of left-wing boycott campaigns pressuring his business to withdraw advertising from conservative news media outlets such as Breitbart News and talk radio platforms during a Monday interview on SiriusXM’s Breitbart News Daily with host Alex Marlow.

Marlow said, “I guess some of the younger, more woke, more left-wing people in the advertising departments of a lot of these big companies want to avoid conservative audiences. You’ve gone the exact opposite [direction]. You’re a huge supporter of talk radio and Fox News. Talk to us about targeting, specifically, this audience, my audience, and the Breitbart News audience with your products.”

Lindell explained his support for President Donald Trump and conservative audiences. “I advertise everywhere,” said Lindell. “This is just one of the biggest parts of my audience. I met the president before he was president in the summer of 2016 in a private meeting, and after I met with him and he told me about the inner city, the jobs he was going to bring back, made-in-America, and I went all in after that.”

Lindell recalled how leftists damaged his reputation with the Better Business Bureau following his open support for Trump.

“It didn’t matter to me,” stated Lindell. “This is what I know God wanted me to do, and I went all in. If you know, right away they lowered my rating from an A+ to an F in the Better Business Bureau. I was attacked like you wouldn’t believe, but I stood my ground, and I know what I believed in, and I’m not going to change from that.”

Lindell added, “When they started doing different boycotts — it started with Laura Ingraham — they said, ‘Boycott MyPillow,’ now when they say it, they go, ‘Don’t boycott Mike Lindell. He’ll double his ads. We see enough of that guy!’ When it comes to these boycotts, the one who gets hurt is the consumer. They’ll boycott and take you off certain programs. In the long run, the consumer pays. I don’t boycott other stations, even the ones that bad-mouth me personally.”

“I stand for what I believe,” declared Lindell. “I stand up for God, and I stand up for the president, and I’m not going to change my advertising. I do what’s best for my customers and my employees. I have 1,600 employees who rely on my decisions.”

Lindell went on, “I’ve been attacked publicly, out in the open, at a state fair in Minnesota. I know it was a plant. This gal came out and said, ‘You’re hurting your employees. You’re staying on these stations and backing this president.’”

Conducting oneself honorably yields its own rewards, said Lindell.

“If you do what’s right, it comes out right,” remarked Lindell.

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Tucker Carlson on Mueller Probe Conclusion: ‘The People on TV Have Been Lying to You’


Friday on Fox News Channel’s “Tucker Carlson Tonight,” host Tucker Carlson reacted to reports that Department of Justice special counsel Robert Mueller was submitting his the probe’s report to Attorney General William Barr, which signified the conclusion of the probe’s investigation into Russian interference in the 2016 presidential election.

Given there were no indictments tied to alleged collusion between 2016 Trump campaign officials and the Russian government, Carlson concluded the many had been misled by some who have taken to television to make claims of Trump-Russia collusion.

“The people on TV have been lying to you,” Carlson said. “They will deny it now. They will tell you it was always about Trump’s taxes or some foreign real estate deal or hush money he paid to a girlfriend. That’s a crock. This investigation was always from day one about collusion with Russia. About betraying this country. They told us that for years.”

Leno laments today's late-night shows: 'Everyone has to know your politics'

Former NBC "Tonight Show" host Jay Leno said Tuesday that he doesn't miss hosting a late-night show and lamented that “everyone has to know your politics” now during an interview with NBC's Al Roker.

"Do you miss being on the show, or is it such a different time that it would be hard to do?" "Today Show" host Roker asked Leno.

"No, it’s different. I don’t miss it. You know, everything now is, if people don’t like your politics, they — everyone has to know your politics," Leno replied.

"I kind of used Johnny’s model. People couldn’t figure out. 'Well, you and your Republican friends' or 'Well, Mr. Leno, you and your Democratic buddies.' And I would get hate mail from both sides equally," Leno said, referring to his predecessor at "The Tonight Show," Johnny Carson.


CBS’s Lara Logan on Media Bias

BAGHDAD, IRAQ - NOVEMBER 17: Journalist Lara Logan of CBS News appears in Camp Victory in Baghdad, Iraq November 17, 2006. (Photo by Chris Hondros/Getty Images)
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Lara Logan, foreign correspondent for CBS’s 60 Minutes, said Breitbart News offers “the other side” of news media relative to what she described as a mostly left-wing and partisan Democrat news landscape in the U.S. and abroad.

She offered her remarks in an interview published last Friday with the Mike Drop podcast, hosted by retired Navy SEAL Mike Ritland. Ritland characterized U.S. news media as “absurdly left-leaning” and supportive of Democrats, further describing the status quo of American news media’s left-wing and partisan Democrat biases as a “huge fucking problem” and “disaster for this country.”

Logan concurred, “I agree with that. That’s true.” She described U.S. and international news media as “mostly liberal,” adding, “most” journalists are left.

“The media everywhere is mostly liberal, not just the U.S.,” assessed Logan.



How Smart TVs in Millions of U.S. Homes Track More Than What’s on Tonight

1The growing concern over online data and user privacy has been focused on tech giants like Facebook and devices like smartphones. But people’s data is also increasingly being vacuumed right out of their living rooms via their televisions, sometimes without their knowledge.

In recent years, data companies have harnessed new technology to immediately identify what people are watching on internet-connected TVs, then using that information to send targeted advertisements to other devices in their homes. Marketers, forever hungry to get their products in front of the people most likely to buy them, have eagerly embraced such practices. But the companies watching what people watch have also faced scrutiny from regulators and privacy advocates over how transparent they are being with users.17

Once enabled, Samba TV can track nearly everything that appears on the TV on a second-by-second basis, essentially reading pixels to identify network shows and ads, as well as programs on Netflix and HBO and even video games played on the TV. Samba TV has even offered advertisers the ability to base their targeting on whether people watch conservative or liberal media outlets and which party’s presidential debate they watched.

The big draw for advertisers — which have included Citi and JetBlue in the past, and now Expedia — is that Samba TV can also identify other devices in the home that share the TV’s internet connection.



image from hw.infowars.comThe legendary comedian, known for producing such films as Young Frankenstein and Spaceballs, explained his feelings in an interview published Monday with The Daily Beast.

“I’ve never been a fan of political correctness. I’ve been a fan of decent behavior, which is different from political correctness. Because political correctness demands too much respect for being good. And comics are not good. We are bad. We whisper into the king’s ear. We tell him the truth. And that’s our job. It’s our job to say it like it is. And sometimes use the words that we use in the street. You can’t always play ball with the system, you have to strike out and tell the truth.”

Although Brooks says political correctness stifles comedy, the 91-year-old actor, writer, producer, director and composer says he believes only a small portion of people dislike provocative material.

“I think that people enjoy — that people love the comics that break the rules, that’s what I think,” Brooks said. “I think it’s only a sliver that really love political correctness. Everybody else likes the truth, which is different.”    MORE

'I'm being attacked': Hannity responds to media blitz over his properties

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Fox News host Sean Hannity is responding to news reports that he has links to shell companies that have spent $90 million purchasing houses across the U.S., and he says he’s under “attack” for investing in struggling communities.

As WND reported, Hannity was named as a client of President Trump’s attorney, Michael Cohen, last week. Hannity said his legal discussions with Cohen were focused on the issue of real estate.

“I’ve said many time on my radio show: I hate the stock market,” Hannity said on television. “Michael knows real estate.”

On Sunday, the London Guardian reported that it had reviewed thousands of pages of public records concerning Hannity’s investments.

“The records link Hannity to a group of shell companies that spent at least $90m on more than 870 homes in seven states over the past decade,” the Guardian reported. “The properties range from luxurious mansions to rentals for low-income families. Hannity is the hidden owner behind some of the shell companies and his attorney did not dispute that he owns all of them.

“Dozens of the properties were bought at a discount in 2013, after banks foreclosed on their previous owners for defaulting on mortgages. Before and after then, Hannity sharply criticized Barack Obama for the U.S. foreclosure rate.”

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Fake news, fake media, fake history, fake truth

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Much, if not most, of what America’s “mainstream media” report today as news is either misleading or flat-out false. Yet, ironically, our nation’s elite journalists are up in arms over an apparently new threat they call “fake news.”

And what is “fake news”? That turns out to be a more profound and revealing question than you might think.

A journalist’s job, I have long said, is to be a professional truth-teller, but that raises the ultimate question: As Pilate asked Jesus, “What is truth?”

Traditionally minded Americans, conservatives, evangelical Christians and countless others see truth one way. But those on “the left” – code for a worldview of churning rebellion against the Judeo-Christian, capitalist, Constitution-honoring ways of previous generations of Americans – have their own very different notions of truth.

Of course, Americans have the cherished constitutional right to believe whatever “truth” they want, however absurd it might be. But there is a big price to pay, both as individuals and as a nation, for embracing lies as truth.

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The Plain Truth- Fake News - Has the Pope been reading us?

Fake news can spread like a virus, misleading and deceiving. Could it be affecting your life?

“Fake news” became a part of our vocabulary in late 2016 when it was used to try to influence the U.S. presidential election campaign. Here’s the story behind one such story:

“It was early fall, and Donald J. Trump, behind in the polls, seemed to be preparing a rationale in case a winner like him somehow managed to lose. ‘I’m afraid the election is going to be rigged, I have to be honest,’ the Republican nominee told a riled-up crowd in Columbus, Ohio. He was hearing ‘more and more’ about evidence of rigging, he added, leaving the details to his supporters’ imagination.   MORE




Fake news the work of Satan, he says

'Lost' Cronkite broadcast reveals 180-degree war flip

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Editor’s note: With the 50th anniversary of the Tet Offensive in Vietnam, WND takes a fresh look at the way CBS News anchorman Walter Cronkite’s famous 1968 editorial altered U.S. public opinion about the war – a broadcast that was untrue, turning a monumental defeat for the North Vietnamese and Viet Cong forces into a propaganda victory. This is the first of a three-part series.

By WND staff

WASHINGTON – A newly discovered CBS News clip broadcast by Walter Cronkite while still in Saigon following the Tet Offensive reveals the influential newsman had a much different perspective on the battle than he expressed in the history-making commentary he delivered after returning to New York days later.

Anyone who had reached the age of awareness when Cronkite delivered his famous live editorial Feb. 27, 1968, knew the significance of what “the most trusted man in America” was saying: The U.S. had lost the Vietnam war. President Lyndon Johnson’s famous reaction told the story: “If I’ve lost Cronkite, I’ve lost middle America,” he is reported to have said.

“Tonight, back in more familiar surroundings in New York, we’d like to sum up our findings in Vietnam, an analysis that must be speculative, personal, subjective,” he said in opening his brief closing report. “Who won and who lost in the great Tet Offensive against the cities? I’m not sure. The Viet Cong did not win by a knockout but neither did we.”

Cronkite went on to say it was now clear that the war was headed for a stalemate and that it was time to negotiate a way out, “not as victors, but as an honorable people who lived up to their pledge to defend democracy, and did the best they could.”



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image from s15-us2.ixquick.comArchiveEDITOR’S NOTE: Lt. Gen. Ion Mihai Pacepa is the highest-ranking Soviet bloc intelligence official ever to defect to the West, who currently lives under deep cover in the U.S. as a proud American citizen. In 1988, Gen. Pacepa published “Red Horizons,” which exposed the crimes and corruption of his former boss, Romanian President Nicolae Ceausescu, prompting the dictator to post multi-million-dollar bounties on Pacepa’s head and send assassination squads to the U.S. to kill him – unsuccessfully. “Red Horizons” was translated into 27 languages and republished in a Mao-style pocket book that circulated within the Soviet bloc. President Reagan called the book “my Bible for dealing with dictators.”

In 2013, Pacepa teamed up with professor Ronald Rychlak to write “Disinformation: Former Spy Chief Reveals Secret Strategies for Undermining Freedom, Attacking Religion, and Promoting Terrorism,” published by WND Books, which also generated an award-winning film documentary, “Disinformation: The Secret Strategy to Destroy the West.” A major Hollywood film is now being produced based on “Disinformation.”

Over the 66 years I have been connected with the intelligence business – 27 in the Soviet bloc and 39 in the U.S. – I have learned that changing minds by manipulating the media is what Russian Marxism has always been all about. Now I see a unique form of Americanized dezinformatsyia – disinformation – intent on convincing America that its traditional free-market capitalist system, which made it the leader of the world, is somehow evil, and that the only way of the future is the progressivist redistribution of America’s wealth and its message of free everything for everybody, accomplished by “soaking the rich.”

Bill O'Reilly's Accuser Arrested for False Allegation of Crime

She was arrested in 2015! And Fox still believed her story?  NOT A CHANCE, the Murdoch kids used her to target someone they hated.
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By David A. Patten   |   Sunday, 17 Sep 2017 08:13 PM

 A 2015 arrest by Detroit police of a key accuser of Bill O'Reilly for giving a false report of a crime has raised serious doubts as to her credibility.

In April, O'Reilly was fired from Fox News shortly after Perquita Burgess claimed the host made sexually suggestive comments to her, including calling her "hot chocolate."

Burgess worked at Fox News for several weeks in 2008 as a clerical temp.

Shortly after an April 1st New York Times report detailed sexual harassment allegations by several women against O'Reilly, Burgess called a 21st Century Fox hotline claiming alleged workplace misconduct by O'Reilly. 21st Century is the parent company of Fox News.

At the time her charges emerged, O'Reilly's program, "The O’Reilly Factor," was already in the throes of an advertiser-boycott campaign being pushed by several liberal organizations.  Read More

CNN Fake News Channel: Here Are Five Fake Stories CNN Pushed

President Trump tweeted about “fake news” Tuesday morning, saying it is at an “all time high,” and demanding an apology:  In response to that assertion, CNN’s Chris Cillizza tweeted: "Name one story we made up."  Well, The Daily Caller came up with 5 in just a few moments!

 Here are five examples of CNN reporting or pushing false stories:

False Story 1: CNN Reports Hands Up, Don’t Shoot

In December 2014, a CNN panel consisting of Margaret Hoover, Sally Kohn, Sunny Hostin and Mel Robbins all put their hands up and displayed a sign saying, “I Can’t Breathe,” a reference to the slogan “Hands Up, Don’t Shoot,” which is based on the idea that Michael Brown had his hands up when shot by Officer Darren Wilson in Ferguson, Missouri in August 2014.

Sally Kohn said that “thousands of Americans are marching in New York and Washington and across the country, demanding a justice system that applies the same to everybody and honors our values, and we want you to know our hearts are out there marching with them.”

This isn’t the first time CNN’s Kohn has repeated the claim that Michael Brown had his hands up before being shot:

However, this claim has been proven to be untrue. Barack Obama’s Justice Department investigated the shooting and concluded that the use of force was not unreasonable and that Brown charged at Officer Darren Wilson before being shot.

False Story 2: CNN Falsely Claims Sherelle Smith Was ‘Calling For Peace’

False Story 3: CNN Says It’s Illegal To Look At Wikileaks

False Story 4: CNN Says Rape Is Pre-Existing Condition Under ACHA

False Story 5: CNN Had To Correct False Comey Report....




image from hw.infowars.comNewly released undercover video from James O’Keefe and Project Veritas shows CNN producer John Bonifield admitting the Trump-Russia narrative is “mostly bullshit” but is being pushed on the orders of CNN’s CEO Jeff Zucker for ratings.

From Project Veritas:

Project Veritas has released a video of CNN Producer John Bonifield who was caught on hidden-camera admitting that there is no proof to CNN’s Russia narrative.

“I mean, it’s mostly bullshit right now,” Bonifield says. “Like, we don’t have any giant proof.”

He confirms that the driving factor at CNN is ratings:

“It’s a business, people are like the media has an ethical phssssss… All the nice cutesy little ethics that used to get talked about in journalism school you’re just like, that’s adorable. That’s adorable. This is a business.”

According to the CNN Producer, business is booming. “Trump is good for business right now,” he concluded.


Fake news: CNN caught 'staging' terror protest

(MEDIAITE) Fake news or fake outrage? Depends on one’s perspective.

The “fake news” conspiracy group seem to believe they now have solid evidence of CNN International creating a pro-Muslim narrative for a live shot hours after the most recent London Terror attack.


Here's to YOU, Mrs Robinson...

Dustin Hoffman pawed his leading ladies and Doris Day found the script offensive.


Even The Graduate's movie poster became famous. In it, a self-conscious Benjamin watches a stocking being slipped sexily off a shapely female leg

There are still many reasons to love classic movie The Graduate, which is half a century old this year, and just about to get a shiny new restoration for cinema release.

Who can forget the Simon & Garfunkel soundtrack; the way the film spoke for a generation disaffected with their parents’ way of doing things; the enigmatic but oddly satisfying ending; the humour; the sexiness; the romance; the one-liners?

It is a funny, brilliantly observed and rightly venerated film, which overnight turned the little-known Dustin Hoffman — who months earlier had been living on his uppers in New York — into a major star.

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The Graduate tells the story of Benjamin Braddock (Dustin Hoffman, left) fresh from college, who comes from a monied California family and has the world at his feet. He has a sordid affair with Elaine’s mother (Anne Bancroft, right), an alcoholic trapped in a sexless marriage

The Graduate tells the story of Benjamin Braddock (Dustin Hoffman, left) fresh from college, who comes from a monied California family and has the world at his feet. He has a sordid affair with Elaine’s mother (Anne Bancroft, right), an alcoholic trapped in a sexless marriage

The Graduate tells the story of Benjamin Braddock (Hoffman) fresh from college, who comes from a monied California family and seems to have the world at his feet. At his homecoming party, in one of the film’s most famous lines, a family friend tells him to go into plastics. But Benjamin feels disillusioned and aimless.

Meanwhile, his mother is desperate for him to marry Elaine Robinson (Katharine Ross), the beautiful daughter of close family friends. But by the time he gets round to doing his duty and asking her out, Benjamin is having a sordid affair with Elaine’s mother (Anne Bancroft), an alcoholic trapped in a sexless marriage.

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'Leaving Fox News broke his heart': Bill O'Reilly mourns Roger Ailes

Fox News founder Roger Ailes died yesterday in Palm Beach, Florida aged 77 

Leaving Fox News - the station he founded - 'broke' Roger Ailes' heart and he was 'never the same' after his departure, his former colleague Bill O'Reilly said yesterday. 

The media guru and political strategist died yesterday in Palm Beach, Florida aged 77. 

He was ousted from Fox in July after accusations of sexual harassment.

During a four-minute tribute on his podcast yesterday, Mr O'Reilly praised Mr Ailes as a visionary and someone who 'didn't take any guff from the left or the right' politically.

Mr O'Reilly said that Mr Ailes' departure from Fox News 'broke his heart,' and after he was forced out Ailes was 'never the same.'  

Mr O'Reilly was fired from his top-rated show at Fox in April after reports surfaced that the network had settled lawsuits with five women who alleged he sexually harassed them. Mr O'Reilly has denied those accusations. 

Mr Ailes is credited with transforming television news and America's political conversation by creating and ruling the Fox News Channel for two decades before being ousted last year for alleged sexual harassment.

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'Stop this madness': Women of Fox News suddenly hiding their legs?

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Former House Speaker Newt Gingrich joins the leggy ladies of Fox News’ “Outnumbered”


Kimberly Guilfoyle, co-host of “The Five” on Fox New Channel

It’s no secret that Fox News has some of the most attractive female hosts in the business, and many fans have become accustomed to seeing beautiful, leggy women deliver the daily news.

In fact, Google searches of almost every woman on Fox News reveal scores of images of the lady-hosts boldly baring their long legs.

But now – in the wake of the recent ousters of Roger Ailes and Bill O’Reilly following multiple sexual harassment accusations – the online rumor mill is running wild with speculation.

Why? In recent weeks, some of the Fox News bombshells, namely hosts Jenna Lee, Sandra Smith, Kimberly Guilfoyle and Ainsley Earhardt, have ditched their usual short skirts and were spotted wearing … pants!

Yes, pants.


The End of Fox News - Thanks to the Kids

All financial empires are eventually ruined by the spoiled brats that get to rule it - FOX NEWS isn't going to last long..

image from static01.nyt.comWith James and his elder brother, Lachlan, 45, who is the executive chairman of 21st Century Fox, firmly entrenched as their father’s successors, they are now forcibly exerting themselves. Their father remains very involved, but his sons seem determined to rid the company of its roguish, old-guard internal culture and tilt operations toward the digital future. They are working to make the family empire their own, not the one the elder Murdoch created to suit his sensibilities.

“They are both young enough to see and understand that the company has to change,” said Doug Creutz, a media analyst at Cowen and Company. “At some media companies, there is a feeling that people are being dragged kicking and screaming into the digital future. I don’t get that sense with the brothers at all.” MORE

Sean Hannity DENIES he is negotiating a way out of his Fox News

Sean Hannity says he is not trying to negotiate a way out of his contract at Fox News following the resignation of co-president Bill Shine. 

Reports emerged on Monday that Hannity was looking to quit after Shine, who was a long-time ally of the Fox News host, announced he was stepping down.

Sources told the Independent Journal Review he was 'not negotiating' for a departure, which Hannity then confirmed on Twitter.

Hannity tweeted a link to the story and wrote: 'If I have anything to say about @FoxNews I will say it tonight at 10 est. All I'll say now is this is true.'

Sean Hannity says he is not trying to negotiate a way out of his contract at Fox News following the resignation of co-president Bill Shine



It had earlier been reported that Hannity wanted to get out of his contract, which supposedly allowed him to leave if Shine ever left Fox.

Hannity - host of his The Sean Hannity Show - has fired off a number of tweets in recent days referencing meetings with his lawyers.

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Fox Is Preparing to Cut Ties With Bill O’Reilly

Readers of the Plain Truth have been informed all along about O'Reilly and Roger Ailes being removed mainly because the Murdoch kids are typical rich brat leftist.

image from si.wsj.netFox News is preparing to cut ties with star anchor Bill O’Reilly, according to people close to the situation, after revelations that he and Fox parent 21st Century Fox settled multiple sexual harassment complaints led to an exodus of advertisers from his show and mounting pressure on the network.

A final resolution on the fate of Mr. O’Reilly, host of the “The O’Reilly Factor,” could come as early as the next several days, the people said.

21st Century Fox, which will hold a board meeting Thursday, hasn’t finalized an exit agreement with Mr. O’Reilly, the people close to the situation said.



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Fox commentators and reporters 'feuded' after Trump claim

Fox News' anchors and commentators are allegedly feuding after the channel's Trump wiretapping claims, in a scenario that is being described as a 'disaster' and a 'nightmare,' according to one report. The division between the two teams emerged after pundit Judge Andrew Napolitano claimed that Barack Obama used British secret services to wiretap Donald Trump, an insider said. Last week Napolitano said on the channel that 'three intelligence sources have informed Fox News that President Obama went outside the chain of command' and got MI6 to listen in on Trump.  That remark, which was subsequently parroted by the White House, infuriated the station's news anchors, insiders told Vanity Fair. Pictured: Fox commentators (l-r, top row) Sean Hannity, Bill O'Reilly and Tucker Carlson, and its news anchors (l-r, bottom row) Bret Baier, Chris Wallace and Shepard Smith.