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Rupert Murdoch-Owned Media Turns on Trump, Urges Him to Cooperate With the Regime Coup Against Him

Multiple Rupert Murdoch-owned conservative media outlets in the United States have shifted their messaging in a seeming effort to warn readers and viewers that Donald Trump may well have lost the presidential election.

 

The new messaging appears to be closely coordinated, and it includes an appeal to Trump to preserve his “legacy” by showing grace in defeat.

The message is being carried on Fox News and in the Wall Street Journal and the New York Post – all outlets avidly consumed by Trump himself, especially Fox.

One Fox News host, Laura Ingraham, an intimate of the president ever since she spoke at the 2016 Republican national convention, made an astounding statement that seemed directed at Trump personally, advising him to accept defeat “if and when that does happen” with “grace and composure” and appealing to his sense of his own legacy.

Ingraham said in part: “If and when it’s time to accept an unfavourable outcome in this election, and we hope it never comes, but if and when that does happen, president Trump needs to do it with the same grace and composure he demonstrated at that town hall with Savannah Guthrie. So many people remarked about his tone and presence. Exactly what he needs.

“Now losing, especially when you believe the process wasn’t fair, it’s a gut punch. And I’m not conceding anything tonight, by the way. But losing, if that’s what happens – it’s awful. But president Trump’s legacy will only become more significant if he focuses on moving the country forward.”

The Wall Street Journal has published an opinion piece with almost the exact same message. It is titled “The Presidential Endgame” and subtitled “Trump has the right to fight in court, but he needs evidence to prove voter fraud”.

“Mr Trump’s legacy will be diminished greatly if his final act is a bitter refusal to accept a legitimate defeat,” the piece warns.

Here is how the article opened: “Perhaps it was inevitable that Donald Trump’s re-election campaign would end as his presidency began: with the president claiming victory and his frenzied antagonists denouncing him as a would-be fascist. The reality is that the US can and probably will have a normal election outcome regardless of the shouting between now and then.

“Mr Biden is leading in enough states to win the presidency, and if those votes survive recounts and legal challenges, he will be the next president.”

The New York Post – which before the election was the launch vehicle for wild and desperate attacks on Joe Biden’s son Hunterhas produced a front page that all but proclaims a Biden victory:

Top editors at the Post have “told some staff members this week to be tougher in their coverage” of Trump, the New York Times reported, citing two anonymous employees of the paper.

The Times piece said: “On Thursday, in a sudden about-face, Rupert Murdoch’s scrappy tabloid published two articles with a wildly different tone. One accused the president of making an ‘unfounded claim that political foes were trying to steal the election’. The headline on the other described Donald Trump Jr as the ‘panic-stricken’ author of a ‘clueless tweet’.”

News coverage at Fox News has similarly shown little patience with the lies [bold coming from The Guardian] about voter fraud Trump is advancing in hopes of reversing the election.

Asked about the Trump campaign’s assertion that Republican observers had not been allowed to observe vote-counting, the Fox correspondent states flatly: “That’s not true. It’s not true. It’s just not true.”

Source: The Guardian

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leonardcook
leonardcook
8 months ago

liars and traitors abound. It was ever thus.

Sully Luther
Sully Luther
8 months ago

What did Trump do to lose favor with z o g?

Paul Robinson
Paul Robinson
8 months ago

Murdoch is a member of the Tribe so this is really no surprise.

Muhammad Abbass
Muhammad Abbass
8 months ago

Damned disgusting. The election was stolen in the most blatant and obvious and greatest electoral fraud in history. The many world governments that have accepted Biden’s win, BEFORE it is even official and in the face of so many serious challenges shows the globalists behind this and only the most craven, gutless lackeys of their masters oin the human population would accept this. The very fact they needed such massive fraud to get Joe over the line shows how much of a minority these scum actually are and that as a minority they’re trying to deny the rights of the majority. This has got to be fought righht up to the point of civil war. If these animals are allowed to get in under these circumstances not only the USA but the world is going to be one “long dark winter” for all of us for generations to come. IF the rule of law has ceased, then there is no law, no government and police are just thugs in the employ of usurpers and tyrrany.

NWOD
NWOD
8 months ago

Asked about the Trump campaign’s assertion that Republican observers had not been allowed to observe vote-counting, the Fox correspondent states flatly: “That’s not true. It’s not true. It’s just not true.”

There’s a lot of misinformation about this because of political agendas and the ambiguity of language.

The Trump campaign complaint was that the observers were being held 50-100 feet away from the ballot counters and that they were unable to observe. In the segment, the anchor is saying Trump campaign claims “the [poll watchers] weren’t even able to participate in or be able to see” – note the disjunctive. The reporter then said “that’s not true”, they’ve been “in that room where they are supposed to be”, but he never denied that was 50-100 feet from the poll workers or that they weren’t able to see. He seemed to be responding to the “not able to participate” prong of her question. Without even considering the ability to “meaningfully” participate – i.e., to be in a position to observe fraud or irregularities, which you clearly can’t from 50 feet.

In fact, the appellate court overruled a district court and granted the Trump campaign’s motion to get closer to the ballot workers, ordering them to be permitted to observe from 6 feet (even that is difficult). How exactly should you verify that a ballot signature matches a voter registration signature, and that the address matches, and was written in the same handwriting, from 100 feet away?

And then, apparently (according to the Trump campaign, which claims to have video, but I haven’t seen it) the observers moved to within 6 feet of the tables … and the election officials then moved the tables 6 feet further away.

And then the Democrats convert this into “Trump campaign lied”.

That just shows you the complete depravity of the Democrats and their MSM enablers. It makes me believe even more that the election was outright stolen through fraud, as the Democrats and the MSM are working so desperately to cover it up.

Amanda
Amanda
8 months ago

snakes!!!

L Garou
L Garou
8 months ago

A M$M fifth column of presstitutes and their corporate pimps(cia).

Chris Calo
Chris Calo
8 months ago

Laura Ingram was born a boy transgender, Before you jump on me anatomy doesn’t lie woman don’t have Adam’s apples

Mark Trail
Mark Trail
8 months ago
Reply to  Chris Calo

Anne Coulter before her too

Chris Calo
Chris Calo
8 months ago
Reply to  Mark Trail

Yes Adam’s apples don’t lie

Raptar Driver
Raptar Driver
8 months ago

Isn’t Rupert a slimy limey?
Once a bitch for comfort than?
Don’t be pussies empire.
You are either for free thought And speech Or you are not!

James Willy
James Willy
8 months ago

Asked about the Trump campaign’s assertion that Republican observers had not been allowed to observe vote-counting, the Fox correspondent states flatly: “That’s not true. It’s not true. It’s just not true.”

BS. There is videos of those people being denied entry. And what about the PIZZA boxes taped onto the windows? Pizza Boxes? Coincidence?? There is no such thing as a coincidence in this world. Maybe in others there is, but not here. Best middle finger of the whole election. PIZZA BOXES.

Jimbo Mcgee
Jimbo Mcgee
8 months ago

Having served their role in promoting the Hegelian dialectic, they’re now predictably shifting to the “right side of history” position, in regards to the coming political chaos that the reality TV actor Trump will be leading. I assume this means they understand the plan is that he will be defeated at the conclusion of the chaos, bringing the Constitution, populism, nationalism, conservatism, etc down with him.

didactic1
didactic1
8 months ago
Reply to  Jimbo Mcgee

I do hope someone. left or right, brings down the US and its creaky Constitution. #Secession. #Devolution . #GiveServitudeAChance.

100 Nations, Under Infinity, With Psychedelics and orgies for all.

Saint Jimmy (Russian American)
Saint Jimmy (Russian American)
8 months ago
Reply to  didactic1

Damn it. Just when I’m too old and worn out for psychedelics and orgies. Oh well. I got enough of a taste of both back in the ’70s.

Muhammad Abbass
Muhammad Abbass
8 months ago

Never too old for psychedelics. Orgies were over by the time we younger baby boomers were old enough. Aids put the mockers on the sexual revolution.

Saint Jimmy (Russian American)
Saint Jimmy (Russian American)
8 months ago

True to all of that.

didactic1
didactic1
8 months ago
Reply to  Jimbo Mcgee

The Biden neo lib corporate internationalist regime will be perfect for the globalist Murdochs. Imagine the sad face on Rachel Maddow when she’s told Fox is doing her job, and Comcast will be changing MSNBC to global pop news. Chris Cuomo can stay in his basement whining about his never ending COVID dreams.

didactic1
didactic1
8 months ago

Does this mean that hairspray and blonde dye are out at Fox?

Chris Calo
Chris Calo
8 months ago
Reply to  didactic1

She is a he transgender

Saint Jimmy (Russian American)
Saint Jimmy (Russian American)
8 months ago
Reply to  didactic1

Oh hell no. You’re not going to suddenly start seeing mousy, pseudo-intellectual PBS types at FOX or any other corporate network. They know what Bubba likes. If they shorten the dresses, I might occasionally watch with the sound muted. I now only watch tv with the sound muted, anyway, but I only watch sports and the occasional nature show or documentary. Even most sports commentators are now either dull or pretty ignorant. Almost all of the good sports “color” guys are dead or retired. Tony Romo is good, as are Bill Walton and Charles Barkley.

Saint Jimmy (Russian American)
Saint Jimmy (Russian American)
8 months ago
Reply to  didactic1

Just for you….

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8 months ago

lel how many abused by Ailes?

Saint Jimmy (Russian American)
Saint Jimmy (Russian American)
8 months ago

Probably most of them. Those who weren’t probably had husbands or boyfriends who gave a damn.

disqus_3BrONUAJno
disqus_3BrONUAJno
8 months ago

Roots must have become chic.

Saint Jimmy (Russian American)
Saint Jimmy (Russian American)
8 months ago

Big Money. It’s a calculated decision. Oligarchs don’t make any decisions that aren’t coldly calculated and based on profits or potential profits.

disqus_3BrONUAJno
disqus_3BrONUAJno
8 months ago

They wouldn’t have become oligarchs if they had.

Jimbo Mcgee
Jimbo Mcgee
8 months ago

I think this idea, which seems to pop up in every conversation about such things, that money is the motivating factor for the tactical moves at the highest level, is wrong. Certainly among the rank and file cabalist collaborators it may well be the case that money/profit is a motivator, but the closer to get to the top of the pyramid, the more the moves are strategic with the grand goal in mind. People with so many billions don’t care about money the way you or I do. If they can profit off of NWO scheming, great, but they also have no problem losing money if it nonetheless furthers the Satanic project.

zonmoy
zonmoy
8 months ago
Reply to  Jimbo Mcgee

doubt that the whipping boy of the people of the book religions you call Satan wants much more than for the peoples of the book to stop blaming him for all their own wickedness and of course the bible god to do the same for his wickedness.

Jimbo Mcgee
Jimbo Mcgee
8 months ago
Reply to  zonmoy

Are you a Satanist?

zonmoy
zonmoy
8 months ago
Reply to  Jimbo Mcgee

so recognizing that Satan is blamed for all the evils of humans and their gods means one is a Satan.

Jimbo Mcgee
Jimbo Mcgee
8 months ago
Reply to  zonmoy

If you deceive a child, causing him to do evil, who is to blame, the child or you?

NWOD
NWOD
8 months ago
Reply to  Jimbo Mcgee

The way I remember it, the snake got to stay in the Garden of Eden.

zonmoy
zonmoy
8 months ago
Reply to  Jimbo Mcgee

yes, yes, the old devil made me do it argument. don’t remember that ever working even in the delusions of the people of the book.

Jimbo Mcgee
Jimbo Mcgee
10 months ago
Reply to  zonmoy

So, your argument is that the child itself is guilty, even if decieved. However, how do you propose that the deceiver *isn’t* guilty? You wouldn’t adopt that viewpoint in a worldly scenario, why would you adopt it in the heavenly?

Muhammad Abbass
Muhammad Abbass
8 months ago
Reply to  Jimbo Mcgee

I agree. These people have so much money. their ambitions are beyond more money. They’re seeking to be Gods. By culling and corraling the world’s population, they will be as close to Gods as they can get. I’d bnring down every billionaire and strip them of their wealth. Put a limit on fortunes. 100 million is plenty. Enough to be rich pigs but not enough to buy governments and nations.

disqus_3BrONUAJno
disqus_3BrONUAJno
8 months ago
Reply to  Jimbo Mcgee

Since when has Satan cared about what he could make all of he wanted?

Saint Jimmy (Russian American)
Saint Jimmy (Russian American)
8 months ago
Reply to  Jimbo Mcgee

Good points.

… they also have no problem losing money if it nonetheless furthers the Satanic project.

I think that’s true if they can realize even greater, sustained profits in the long run. However, US business, in particular, hasn’t been very attentive to long term strategies. I think that also has affected the thinking and planning of their pet politicians.

disqus_3BrONUAJno
disqus_3BrONUAJno
8 months ago

Pet politicians still need to be wormed regularly.

disqus_3BrONUAJno
disqus_3BrONUAJno
8 months ago

Uncle Joes are all the same and they never need grace.

knowname
knowname
8 months ago

Murdock has always been a POS. During the Bush regime he was cheerleading the BS 911 story and for the BS war on terror. The SOB is no better than any of the other networks. They all need to be broken up. None of them report on shit that does matter, like the pedophile network, 911 truth, And Biden’s laptop. How often have you heard any of them report on the corruption at the Clinton foundation? I don’t watch any of them and haven’t for 3 years.

Muhammad Abbass
Muhammad Abbass
8 months ago
Reply to  knowname

I’ve not watched any Mainstream news since 9/11. I find I am vastly better informed than all the cretins who do.

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