Report: 'Talks Underway For New Conservative Network' As Fox Shifts LeftChris Menahan
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Mediaite is reporting that "serious discussions" are taking place to create a new conservative cable news channel as Fox News is drifting left under the Murdoch brothers.
The only problem is it sounds like they're just recreating Fox News.
On the heels of major shakeups at the Fox News Network, an alternative conservative network is being actively discussed amongst conservative fat cats.Sounds painfully boring. How many times can a person watch O'Reilly interview Charles Krauthammer and Bernie Goldberg? Seemingly every episode was just Krauthammer, Goldberg, then some vapid thot he was apparently banging or trying to bang.
Why not bring on Alex Jones, Paul Joseph Watson, Mark Dice or Stefan Molyneux?
This news comes on the heels of a long profile in last weekend's New York Times which paints a picture of a changing Fox News Network with Murdoch's sons, James and Lachlan, CEO and co-chairman of parent company 21st Century Fox, at the helm. The piece struck fear into the minds of some Fox News' hardcore conservatives with talk of the sons wanting to rid the company "of the old-guard culture on which their father built his empire" and bringing "a warmer and fuzzier workplace" that would move away from an "anti-politically correct environment."It's funny because even though the network has gone so far left, their greatest warrior against political correctness is Tucker Carlson and he's now their number one host. The Murdoch brothers probably don't even like him, but he brings the bacon and they don't have anyone else who is nearly as compelling.
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