Paul Ryan’s Rise at Fox News

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A document from the Dominion lawsuit is making the rounds. it shows that former Speaker and current Fox News Board member Paul Ryan is rising in influence at Fox News. Many believe he was instrumental in firing Tucker. He could be one of the reasons Tucker was fired.

In the document, it states, “As a Board Member, Ryan believed that the period immediately following the 2020 Presidential Election ‘was a pretty important inflection point, not just for the company Fox, but for the country and for the conservative movement itself,’ and shared this ‘view as a fiduciary’ with Rupert and Lachlan.”

Ryan “told Rupert and Lachlan that Fox News should not be spreading conspiracy theories” about the 2020 election.

The document also adds that Paul Ryan was in negotiations to devise a way to deal with the aftermath of the 2020 election.

“Truly Bizarre”

According to the transcribed document, Ryan said, We are entering a “truly bizarre phase of this where [Trump] has actually convinced himself of this farce and will do more bizarre things to delegitimize the election.”

I can’t answer for Dominion’s machines, but who thinks Biden got 81 million votes? What about mail-in voting, ballot harvesting, Zuckerbucks, Soros donations, censorship (Hunter’s laptop for one), corrupted social media searches, legacy media’s free publicity for Democrats, dropping signature verification, changing laws to help Biden, extending vote counting for days, and the list goes on. The Left has done everything possible to weaken security.

“I see this as a key inflection point for Fox, where the right thing and the smart business thing to do line up nicely,” Ryan continued.

“Paul Ryan also continued to discuss strategic direction with the Murdochs during this timeframe,” the court filing continues. “Ryan told Dias about his own conversation with Rupert and Lachlan, reporting he told them that this is a huge inflection point to keep Trump down and move on for the future of the conservative movement. Ryan added: Both Rupert and Lachlan agree fully. ‘The key is to execute our collective will.’ Ryan agreed it was his job as a Board member to weigh in because it was a strategic decision about what to do. Ryan was ‘hopeful that the events of January 6 were so shocking that it would help the conservative movement and Fox News move on from Donald Trump’.”

This is the man who never once complained about the months-long George Floyd riots, burnings, beatings, and killings.

Dominion didn’t ask for Tucker or any Fox host to be fired, so they aren’t the direct cause of Tucker’s firing.

Dan Bongino and Lara Trump are also no longer with the network. Bongino reportedly had too many restrictions.

More Firings?

Rupert Murdoch will allegedly remove Maria Bartiromo and Jeanine Pirro from Fox News to become less “vulnerable.”

Radar Online reported that Puck founder and Fox News critic Dylan Byers predicted both Bartiromo and Pirro would be axed from the network. Either that or they’ll be warned.

If they’re all fired, that should finish Fox off, but it is what RINO Ryan and Lachlan would want. Fox is admittedly in a tough spot, but betraying its audience isn’t wise. Maybe they shouldn’t listen to a failed House Speaker.

As we already mentioned, BlackRock upped its investment in Fox to 15.1%. They are the epitome of anti-conservative.

It’s easy to understand Rupert’s fears given the fact that these lawsuits are filed in corrupt cities like New York and the District of Columbia.

Abby Grossberg

The person in the clip is Abby Grossberg, the person suing Fox News. She allegedly has tapes that are embarrassing to Tucker Carlson.

Without knowing what’s on the tapes, she sounds very egotistical.

Meanwhile, the youth of New York City are waving LGBT flags and celebrating the firing of a TV host. They aren’t concerned about losing freedoms, the bad economy, open borders, or the impending war.

This is the absurdity the Left has no problem with.

The allegedly ‘leaked document is on this link.


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PanamaPat
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PanamaPat
9 months ago

Tucker has emerged as one of the most charismatic leaders in contemporary America. He has it all,charisma, articulate, deeply knowledgeable,impeccable credentials, excellent lineage, popularity among at least 70% o the population, name recognition, wealth, and the list continues. Yes, he has , and electability. It is time to put all of these talents and assets to work and do one of two things. Most likely, declare himself a candidate for the Republican nomination. This would give him the platform on which he could continue his expose of the Left and the cabals that rule America. No other platform could exceed that one for the next 18 months. He does not have to be hostile towards Trump.He could drop the hint that he was really seeking the VP slot on a Trump ticket, but would be an alternative if for any reason Trump was eliminated from the race. On the other hand, he could ally himself with RFK, Jr. and seek the Democratic nomination, a quest we all  know will be a failure. The Democrats are not a political party. They are an organized criminal syndicates that masquerades as the Democratic Party. However, it would be an opportunity to run as an independent wit the  real potential of so splitting the vote that RFK, Jr. could well emerge the winner., or with sufficient electoral votes to give Trump the Presidency. 
In the meantime, Tucker’s entering the race would allow him to reveal the vast amount of insider information that expose the machinations and evil of the crime syndicate that runs our nation. Perhaps, even break the back of he two party uniparty system that has poisoned the  well of American civilization. 

The Prisoner
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The Prisoner
9 months ago

These quotes from Ryan make him look more like an operative than anything else. He has little real power. He shows no imagination in his statements, it merely is the same RINO and leftist slogans. He shows no intelligence as he recites that rhetoric.

He had his corrupt RINO party and Trump ruined that by winning the nomination and exposing the corruption. So now he seems single minded in pursuing some type of vengeance where he could not win with ideas. Ryan says what the Murdochs are already thinking. Ryan has always been a consummate follower.

Ryan never participates in a debate on anything, it is all get Trump. He sabotaged the house in 2018 with his leftist agenda as he arranged the mass exodus. When I say he is an operative, I really mean it. An operative does sabotage. A legitimate official and leader remains in the position of speaker and pursues wins for America via policy. He had everything going for himself and the party. But he was not on the side of the party or America.

This guy actually quit as a new speaker in his 40s when he had a promising future just by following the party platform. He is not on the up an up.

Peter B. Prange
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Peter B. Prange
9 months ago

“I see this as a key inflection point for Fox, where the right thing and the smart business thing to do line up nicely,” Ryan continued.

The woke tell us it is good for business to follow their efforts to hide the truth.
The woke tell us it is good for business to invest in their fraudulent schemes.
The woke spokespeople tell us people like Tucker are super egotists.

Wonder who Ryan really works for these days.

The Prisoner
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The Prisoner
9 months ago

Ryan married a rich democrat lobbyist. They started a family in their Wisconsin mansion. They built a wall around it.

Ryan has an agenda, and it includes power & wealth.