Half the time, one almost wonders if Fox News has become a tool of ultra-globalist interests.
With several analysts now acknowledging that the control of the Senate may well boil down to the runoff between Hershel Walker and Raphael Warnock in Georgia, it is fairly clear that a variety of different articles published pose the potential for a senatorial upset, in which none other than Ms. Kamala Harris holds the tiebreaking vote.
In light of that, one can only wonder why Fox News has elected to essentially back Warnock, as evident from its recent publicans.
Fox News published a rather scantily researched “article,” which all but threw ample support behind Warnock.
While the article was remarkably brief in terms of word count, it is highly damaging in terms of the rather obvious message it aimed to send.
Especially when leading with quotes from vehemently anti-Walker individuals.
“I’m hoping that when we vote again there’s a huge difference in those numbers. Herschel Walker just kind of scares me … I really don’t want him to be in any position where he can make big decisions,” claims Nia, who is “from Atlanta.”
Clearly, Nia provided no explanation regarding why Walker “scares” her, aside from the fact the media told her to be scared.
And as far as making “big decisions” is concerned, she should be vastly more on edge about Biden.
“I just don’t feel like Herschel Walker is a serious candidate,” John, also from Atlanta, declared to Fox News.
That’s quite the laugh, considering that the Democrats have yet to put up anyone “serious.”
In fact, Biden appears to be doubling down on 2024, despite recently asserting that the United States has 54 states.
Solid presidential material, right there, and it is rather clear that Warnock is much more deeply integrated with Biden than Walker would be.
Not that Fox News quoted from any individuals that held these views.
“I’m hoping that Warnock gets the final vote,” Barbara declared.
Fox failed to indicate where Barbara is from, but one can only deduce Atlanta, which the network apparently considers to be the entire voice of Georgia.
The next time Fox wants to get real insight into Americans’ real views on politics, the network would be wise to comb through its comments section, which clearly offer more value than the randos interviewed in Atlanta.
“I wish Fox would actually sample voters that are not just in Fulton County. As a Georgia resident, we already know that they are usually misinformed and do not represent many of us in the State,” one commenter asserts.
No kidding, especially since Fulton County is well known for being decidedly blue.
Which does make one wonder why Fox didn’t bother to focus anywhere but Atlanta.
Other commenters point out serious issues that should have long since been addressed.
“Not many people know this but Georgia colleges recruit liberal students from other states to live in the dorms so they can claim it’s their address and vote in a state they don’t live in. It’s outright cheating and needs to stop even if it has to go to the Supreme Court. When you are in the armed forces, do you get to say your address is in another country? No, but you still vote in your ‘HOME’ state of the US,” one commenter asserted.
Given how woke college students have become, it’s no great mystery where their votes go.
The main mystery is why out-of-state, coddled leftists are permitted to vote in a state that is not their home state, especially when such votes serve to increase the globalist agenda.
Other commenters admitted they were less than crazy about Walker, though far crazier about obtaining control of the Senate again.
“The runoff has nothing to do with the candidate. It’s about control of the Senate. I’m not a fan of Walker, but once Fetterman won I became a fan,” one commenter added.
Wise move, especially since Fetterman campaigned on voting affirmatively with whatever the Democrats tell him to vote for.
Fortunately, if out-of-state snowflake college students can sway control of the Senate, then out-of-state donors can certainly fight back.
“I just gave a donation to Walker’s campaign. I’m an Ohioan who realizes the importance of this election. If every single Republican donated what they could we would stop ‘Warlock’ in his tracks. I’m begging you to open your pocketbook,” another commenter remarked.
One can only hope that the runoff results in the victory of the candidate that Fox News clearly does not care to back.
Author: Jane Jones