In the days that followed Karl Rove’s on-air confrontation with Fox News Channel’s decision desk on election night after the critical swing state of Ohio was called for President Barack Obama, it seems that just about every media critic has weighed in on what they thought that moment meant for FNC, Super PACs, the Republican party and the American experiment in democracy itself. In a piece in the New York Times on Thursday, they note in a blaring headline that Rove’s role as a Fox News analyst and contributor is being “questioned” by the network’s decision makers,
Comments: I don't always agree with Karl Rove but I sure don't think the hypocrites at the NYT have any say in the matter.
Was he not right to whether or not FOX was calling Ohio for Obama prematurely? This is the most critical election in my memory: our republic was at stake. Given the stakes, and the propensity for voting irregularities favoring the Democrats (including reports of voters from Illinois taking part in the Ohio elections), he was wise to object. I don't think the Democrats won this fair and square--they never do.
I don't think the democrats won this election fair & square. Their opposing voter picture ID, and a whole lot of hanky panky suggest to me that even with all the pandering, Obama's team did not have the confidence to win the race without cheating. Somewhere in there is the reconstituted ACORN scum.
IMHO, Karl Rove was right to question the early calls, and FNC was wrong.. And WHO on EARTH cares what the detestable NYSlimes and their bottom feeding compatriots in the "msm" have to say about FNC or anything else for that matter? Are we now supposed to be so gullible that we will take "advice" from a pravda-like-"news-rag" whose whole reason for being in business is to destroy the Republican party AND America as we have known it? Good Grief!
Romney was a good candidate and this was a very good election effort. Various poling companies loudly proclaimed the democrat turnout would be different this season but the after the election results the TV land reality counts seemed wrong. The real problem was not the voters, counters or who was watching the counters. A firm owned by George Soros and operated in Spain took care of massaging the numbers. They did not have to follow the pundit’s theories because the rascals made up an alternate pro-Obama reality. The counters inserted facetious gross number and manipulated the results. (GIGO –Garbage in, Garbage out) No wonder the Dems weren’t worried. The results were preordained.
The company is called SCYTL. Look it up on Google. It is owned by George Soros and does many number counting jobs for the USA and the separate states.
Of course some people will deny fraud (with the flimsiest of excuses) but they denied the 1919 World Series, Fast and Furious and are currently trying to tell us that what we all know about Benghazi is the haze of war. “Walk on by folks, nothing to see here”
There was a haze of war with the elections and unless we adamantly protest it now, today, this election cycle, there will be no prospect for fair future elections. The count and recounts will always be phony but look perfect. (Just like Russia and Venezuela).
SCYTL, member the name.
The problem is. Who will investigate? Not the in the tank investigative reporters, the broadcast media, the NYT, the Department of Justice or the Attorney general? We have lost our voting voice and power; we are now subjects of the regimen.
Read Voter Fraud: fact of fiction http://www.humanevents.com/2012/05/09/scytl-voter-fraud-facts-and-fiction/
Enough with these leftist rags! Cancel your subscriptions to any paper that endorsed Obama. If you must, read the library copy. Don't give them another dime. When you cut their circulation, you cut their ad revenue. Avoid clicking on their web sites, and NEVER click their web ads. come on, you know what they are saying without reading it. BoycottBlue
IMO the challenge by Rove, the long walk by Megyn, and the defense by Stirewalt et al was some of the best television on election night. Rove's "denial" was understandable, and his tossing the challenge flag made an otherwise dreary night much more watchable.
FNC did it right. The NYT shills could take a few lessons.
I saw this, Megyn Kelly was the one that was wrong. She acted like she was president. She could have handled it differently. Why Fox put her in charge is beyond me. Rove has more experience in politics in his little finger than Meg has in her whole body. She's too immature for this job, she laughs at everything. The problem was Rove didn't have the same stats as the so called decision room. ...and Megyn should have explained this instead walking down the hall & acting like a a bad school teacher scolding her pupils. She was totally un-professional. She's the princess of Fox this year ..next year who knows.
Here we go again with the smart aleck remarks about Rove. He's on our side, people, and he's as smart as a whip. He was right and it was the best part of the FOX coverage.
Another smart one is Michael Barrone. Did anyone else hear him talk about the large cities in Ohio and the Dems saying how many votes do you need, we'll take care of it. He knows darn good and well they cheat and that's how they win. So, what can we do about it?
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