By slamming President Donald Trump’s resp0onse to the Charlottesville violence, FOX CEA James Murdock seems to have reaped the conservative whirlwind. The criticisms of Mr. Murdock have been swift and intense. From his remarks, you wonder if Mr. Murdock even read or heard what the President said. Or, it could be that he wanted to put the liberal spin on things to make the President look bad. After the clash between the alt-left, so called anti-fascists and the alt-right Nazi supremacists, it was obvious to most observers that both sides came spoiling for and equipped for a fight. They were both criticised by Mr Trump, but the left makes it seem like only the right committed violence. A review of most videos with an open mind is very revealing. Black masked rioters armed with bats, sticks, and pepper spray were in plain view. What say you, Mr Murdock?

As Written By Todd Beamon for Newsmax:

James Murdoch, the CEO of Fox News’ parent company, has been slammed by conservatives for harshly criticizing President Donald Trump and suggesting he had backed Nazi sympathizers.

Earlier this week, Murdoch, who heads 21st Century Fox, wrote “What we watched this last week in Charlottesville and the reaction to it by the president of the United States concern all of us as Americans and free people.”

Murdoch pledged $1 million to the Anti-Defamation League to fight hate crimes and prejudice, he said.

“The presence of hate in our society was appallingly laid bare as we watched swastikas brandished on the streets of Charlottesville and acts of brutal terrorism and violence perpetrated by a racist mob,” Murdoch added.

“I can’t even believe I have to write this: Standing up to Nazis is essential; there are no good Nazis. Or Klansmen, or ……


Fox CEO Murdoch Slams Trump, Conservatives Respond

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