Have You Been OUTFOXED?

“The media is the most powerful entity on earth. They have the power to make the innocent guilty and to make the guilty look innocent, and that’s power; because they control the minds of the masses.” –Malcolm X

Most people already know that the state-controlled media is bought and paid for from the top to the bottom. For those who didn’t know, there are 6 corporations worldwide feeding the masses through their financed propaganda in an attempt to rearrange reality into a perceived reality they want you to believe in.

As a case in point, a top German journalist and editor, Dr. Udo Ulfkatte, has gone public with some shocking admissions on his exposé concerning the media worldwide. He basically admitted that the entire mainstream media is totally fake! Those are his words. He said he was paid and used to educate and lie to the public.

Dr. Ulfkatte also stated that the CIA supported him and informed him on how they get control over all of the major journalists.

“We know our disinformation program is complete when everything the American people believe is false.” –William Casey CIA director, 1981

No wonder 67% of the American people do not trust the news media. There is little to no truth.

The good news, friends, is that we still have FOX News, right? Wrong!

FOX News owner Richard Murdoch has partnered with sharia-compliant Saudi Prince Alwaleed bin Tala, who owns a stake in FOX as well as Twitter, Citigroup, ABC-TV, and Disney.

Alwaleed has stated: “A strong American government is not good for us.”

FOX has been used as a moderate for far too long. They have no absolutes. Therefore, there is no difference between them and what America complains about. Let me explain.

If FOX is not trying to sabotage a Republican debate by attacking the leading contender in an attempt to hand over the presidency to Hillary Clinton (Megyn Kelly-Donald Trump), it may well explain why FOX News is one of the top ten financial contributors to the Clintons’ foundation.

This may also explain why FOX also put out an article on Sept. 3, 2015 titled “Poll says Hillary and Trump are unpopular: why they could win anyway.” This article was posted during Trump’s highest polling numbers and when Hillary was being exposed for another high crime against the American people. However, we know that Clinton’s Twitter account came out as 56% fake or inactive.

Keep in mind that Trump, love him or hate him, is gaining major favorable support nationally while Clinton is not in the minds of the American people as a credible candidate.

Also, 40 to 60% of all comments made by the network are completely contrived or blatantly false.

FOX is also known for pulling both sides of the aisle into a debate (lawbreaker vs. law abiders), only to gut the pith and marrow out of our blood-bought rights. The reality is that what they are debating is unconstitutional and, therefore, illegal, rendering it null and void (Obamacare, Gun debates, abortion, homosexuals getting married, etc….). (Psalm 94:20)

“There is no good government but what is republican…[T]he true idea of a republic is ‘an empire of laws, and not of men.’ That, as a republic is the best of governments, so that particular arrangement of the powers of society, or in other words, that form of government which is best contrived to secure an impartial and exact execution of the law, is the best of republics.” (Article 4 Section 4 United States Constitution)— John Adams, Thoughts on Government, 1776

America, if you are not careful, the media will have you hating the people who are being oppressed (law-abiding peace lovers) and loving the people who are doing the oppressing (law-breaking war mongers).

To further solidify my point, I end with a quote attributed to David Rockefeller, who allegedly said in 1991 in Baden, Germany:

We are grateful to the Washington Post, The New York Times, Time Magazine and other great publications whose directors have attended our meetings and respected their promises of discretion for almost forty years. It would have been impossible for us to develop our plan for the world if we had been subjected to the lights of publicity during those years. But, the world is now more sophisticated and prepared to march towards a world government. The supranational sovereignty of an intellectual elite and world bankers is surely preferable to the national auto-determination practiced in past centuries.

America, you may choose to look the other way, but you can never again say you didn’t know.

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Watch: O’Reilly Sees Shocking New Poll That Makes Him Say ‘Most Americans Are Stupid’

The latest NBC News/Wall Street Journal poll has Fox News commentator Bill O’Reilly shaking his head.

The poll comparing possible Democratic and Republican match ups in the 2016 presidential race shows that Vice President Joe Biden, who hasn’t even entered the race, would win against any of the Republican candidates in head-to-head competition.

“So why would you vote for him?” O’Reilly questioned during his Talking Points Memo in his Sept. 30 show. “Talking Points believes the answer to that question is kind of cruel: Many Americans are simply dumb. They don’t know what’s going on, they don’t pay attention, they don’t care.”

Specifics on the poll taken Sept. 20-24 show that Biden would beat GOP front-runner Donald Trump 56 percent to 35 percent. A contest with Ben Carson would be closer with Biden winning 49 percent to 41 percent. It’s closer yet going against Carly Fiorina, beating her 47 percent to 41 percent. Getting an establishment GOP nominee does no good because the poll indicates that Biden would win against Jeb Bush 48 percent to 40 percent.

O’Reilly pointed out that the real oddity in the poll is the second question about citizens’ perceptions of America’s future. According to poll data, 62 percent of those questioned said this country was on the wrong track while only 30 percent said the United States was headed in the right direction.

Yet, Biden wins in the match up polling even with most believing America is headed in the wrong direction. The Fox News host said Biden agrees with what President Barack Obama has done during his time in office. Those actions have resulted in a poor economy and a bad foreign policy, he said. The only plausible explanation is that voters don’t know what is happening, he said.

“You don’t have to real in the real world anymore,” O’Reilly said, alluding to an idea that everyone is getting their information from social media. “Used to be drugs and alcohol obliterated reality. Now its your hand-held device or PC.”

O’Reilly presumes there are 60 percent of voters who could be persuaded in politics, but contends the masses don’t know enough to cast a ballot.

Political pundit Charles Krauthammer said Biden’s image remains abstract for now because he isn’t running. He predicts that Biden’s numbers will drop once he announces his candidacy.

The NBC/Wall Street Journal poll indicates that Democratic front-runner Hillary Clinton is losing ground to top contender Bernie Sanders. She leads Sanders by 15 points if Biden stays out of the race, but that tightens to a 7 percent gap if Biden decides to run. Hilton had a 34 percent lead over Sanders in July and a 60-point lead in June.

On the Republican side, the poll suggests that Trump and Carson are running in a virtually tied race with Trump at 21 percent and Carson at 20 percent. Fiorina and Rubio are tied for third place.

A Major Unexpected Development In The Trump-Fox News Feud Just Occurred That Changes The Whole Thing

Donald Trump will end his boycott of Fox News Tuesday night with an appearance on The O’Reilly Factor, Fox News has revealed.

Although he was scheduled to appear on the program last Thursday, the day before his appearance Trump tweeted his intention to boycott Fox. The news network later claimed to have cancelled the interview.

Trump and Fox News chairman Roger Ailes, who spoke last week by phone, are expected to meet this week regarding the network’s handling of Trump, whose unconventional approach to campaigning has put him at odds with the media on several occasions.

Trump and Fox News have an on-again, off-again relationship that hit a major low after the initial Republican debate hosted by Fox News. Trump and several Fox hosts, primarily Megyn Kelly, have sparred since that time.

Although Trump has not been on Fox, he has been a frequent guest on other networks, including appearances on CBS, CNN and NBC.

On Monday, Trump unveiled a tax plan that is likely to be a major subject of conversation during his Fox interview.

“There will be a major tax reduction, it will simplify the tax code, it will grow the American economy in ways we have not seen for decades,” Trump said Monday.

“I will probably end up paying more money, but at the same time I think the economy will do better, so I’ll make it up that way,” he told CNN. “I believe in the end I might do better because I really believe the economy is going to go boom, beautiful.”

h/t: CNN

Watch: Hollywood Star Tim Allen Comes Out With Major Political Announcement To Hannity

It’s not every day that a Hollywood actor comes out as a conservative, but Tim Allen is no stranger to controversy.  In the 1990s, Allen became an A-list actor when he played Tim Taylor on the hit show Home Improvement.

Now, in the fifth season of Last Man Standing, Allen is playing Mike Baxter, a “very smart Archie Bunker” character who pokes fun at sensitive issues without the scandalous comments Bunker often made.

On Thursday, Allen was a guest on Fox News’ Hannity, discussing his fiscally conservative ideas.

Host Sean Hannity showed a clip of the show in which Allen’s character made the comment: “You see the world is kinda opposite of Hillary Clinton. It actually gets less scary the better you know it.”

Hannity followed up with a question: “How close to Tim Allen is Mike Baxter?”

Allen replied that his problem-solving skills come from his upbringing and growing in a single-parent home. He stated that he uses those problem-solving skills in local politics, working within regulations to get things done.

“I’m what they call fiscal conservative,” he said.

Allen made fun of politicians who think they can “spend their way out of debt.”

Hannity and Allen talked about how easy it would be to balance budgets by taking one penny from every dollar, every year for six years, suggesting budget issues would be a thing of the past.

What do you think? Do we need more Hollywood actors to openly promote fiscally conservative ideals like Allen has done?

The Trump Vs. Fox News War Just Took A Surprising Turn That Could Have Big Consequences

Donald Trump recently announced that he would be boycotting Fox News due to his belief that they were covering him unfairly. In turn, Fox News announced that they had cancelled him first.

Now, Fox News has offered Trump an invitation to discuss his concerns.

A Fox News spokesperson released the following statement:

Fox News Chairman & CEO Roger Ailes and Donald Trump spoke this morning and plan to have a meeting next week to discuss their differences of opinion regarding Fox’s coverage of Mr. Trump’s presidential campaign. Ailes will be joined by senior Fox editorial executives. Mr. Trump believes he has been treated unfairly in certain instances. FOX News has held every candidate in this race to the highest journalistic standards throughout our coverage. We believe a candid meeting about our differences is required and that any misunderstandings can be handled without compromising those standards.

Before his announcement that he would boycott Fox News, Trump had been critical of what he thought of as unfair Fox coverage. He asked Bill O’Reilly on Twitter: “Why don’t you have some knowledgeable talking heads on your show for a change instead of the same old Trump haters. Boring!”

Trump was also critical of Rich Lowry, editor of National Review and a recent Fox News guest. Lowry crudely stated: “Part of what’s going on here is that last debate. Let’s be honest: Carly cut his balls off with the precision of a surgeon, and he knows it.”

Trump responded on Twitter:

Lowry, for his part, stated:

Who is more to blame for the conflict? Fox News, or Donald Trump? Will their feud come to an end with this meeting?