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"Steve Bannon is So PC
Breitbart Headline
Steve Bannon:
I Warned Roger Ailes
that Megyn Kelly
Would Turn On Him


[Steve] Bannon also recalled for the outlet that when former network chief Roger Ailes called to defend Megyn Kelly after the star anchor tussled with Trump during the first GOP primary debate, Bannon warned Ailes that Kelly would soon turn on him too.

You would think from their headline that Breitbart News believes the main news topic here is that the overtly-sexualized talking heads on Fox News, like Megyn Kelly, always knowing they are sexually irresistible to most men, would use that power over men to sell a self-worship book about themselves at their expense.

If a man gets fired for sexually harassing a woman, as Roger Ailes was fired, it isn't evidence of men who have power over women, but proof of women who have power over men.

This is not news to most people.

Even less news....  Not a grabbed p*ssy in the accusation or even talk of one being grabbed. Not a photo of anyone's junk sent to an under-aged girl with his son in the pic. Not a blue dress worn by "that woman" under oath in a courtroom.  Not  even talk about a woman losing her job or being penalized in any possible way from her rejection to power.

Just a feeble attempt by an obsessed man to get a kiss from a pretty girl, which happens 10 million times a day all across this country, simply because men are instinctively built that way.

What is not being said is that Megyn Kelly is smart enough to know that the $9 million dollars she commands is largely because she is a sex object hired to get ratings for Fox, those ratings being gained from what she would describe as "lecherous old men who watch news".

Men watching Megyn turn on Ailes should also turn on her because that is what this pompous elite thinks about them. She went straight to the Jew who ran the place and complained.  Many conservatives already have tuned her out and liberals are giving no quarter as all they see is Megyn Kelly promoting Ailes' ideas for 9 years, which they hate.

Steve Bannon was smart enough to tell the emperor his image of himself not wearing clothes with Megyn, would get the Fox News emperor legally slapped on the face.

But in the big, big, big picture, that is not even remotely the important news here from Steve Bannon.

“Rupert [Murdoch] is a globalist" 

"The cable news network’s coverage of the 2016 presidential election was just as bad as that of progressive media outlets"

Rupert Murdock is an Australian Jew, who then became a British Jew, before becoming an American Jew.

Steve Bannon correctly called him out on being a globalist.

In other words, Murdock's Jewish-ran channel is just as bad or worst than the other Jewish-ran channels and Murdock has less loyalty to America than to Israel.

But as daringly close as Steve Bannon gets to the truth, he still will not call out the excessive and dangerous Jewish influence in this country.

In a year of "Politically Incorrect" finally being  being challenged by Trump, there is still one PC holdout which nobody dares to challenge -- that of calling out the corrupt and harmful Jewish influence upon our society.

When you cannot identify the real rulers of this country, then we most certainly still have PC controls.

For the record, this Christian Solution author was permanently banned from commenting on Breibart articles, so PC antisemite censorship is alive and well at Breibart, regardless of what you are lyingly being told by the Jewish cartel of which Fox News is a member in good standing.

Source

Breitbart by Daniel Nussbaum18 Nov 2016

Newly appointed White House chief strategist Stephen K. Bannon chided Fox News in an interview Friday, claiming the cable news network’s coverage of the 2016 presidential election was just as bad as that of progressive media outlets and predicting the conservative-oriented outlet would move toward a more “centrist” approach in the coming years.
 
In an exclusive interview with the Hollywood Reporter, Bannon — who is advising President-elect Donald Trump as he makes key appointments and fills Cabinet positions and will serve as a senior counselor in the White House — said that Fox News’s coverage of the election “got it more wrong than anybody.”

“Rupert [Murdoch] is a globalist and never understood Trump,” Bannon told THR. “To him, Trump is a radical. Now they’ll go centrist and build the network around Megyn Kelly.”

Bannon also recalled for the outlet that when former network chief Roger Ailes called to defend Megyn Kelly after the star anchor tussled with Trump during the first GOP primary debate, Bannon warned Ailes that Kelly would soon turn on him too.

Earlier this month, Radar reported that Kelly had made a last-minute addition to her just-published first memoir, Settle for More, in which she accused Ailes of sexual harassment during her time at the network.

“Roger began pushing the limits. There was a pattern to his behavior,” Kelly wrote in her memoir, alleging that Ailes began harassing her shortly after she joined the network in 2005. “I would be called into Roger’s office, he would shut the door, and over the next hour or two, he would engage in a kind of cat-and-mouse game with me — veering between obviously inappropriate sexually charged comments (e.g. about the ‘very sexy bras’ I must have and how he’d like to see me in them) and legitimate professional advice.”

Kelly also wrote that she was asked to defend Ailes when fellow anchor Gretchen Carlson filed a sexual harassment lawsuit against him earlier this summer

Kelly also wrote that she was asked to defend Ailes when fellow anchor Gretchen Carlson filed a sexual harassment lawsuit against him earlier this summer.

“There was no way I was going to lie to protect him,” Kelly wrote.

Ailes has vehemently denied Kelly’s allegations. The former Fox News executive, who left the company after Carlson’s lawsuit, issued a statement to the Hollywood Reporter earlier this week through his attorney, Susan Estrich.

“I categorically deny the allegations Megyn Kelly makes about me,” Ailes said. “I worked tirelessly to promote and advance her career, as Megyn herself admitted to Charlie Rose. Watch that interview and then decide for yourself. My attorneys have restricted me from commenting further — so suffice it to say that no good deed goes unpunished.”

For his part, Bannon appears to have been correct when he predicted that Fox News would move in a more “centrist” direction. Rupert Murdoch’s sons and eventual successors, Lachlan and James Murdoch, have reportedly expressed interest in hiring CNN chief Jeff Zucker to take the helm at the network in a “post-Roger Ailes” world.



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