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Is Never-Trumper Paul Ryan Now Running the Show Over at Fox News?

Examples: Ex-president private citizen Barack Obama who has taken on the role as “Resistance” leader, working from a multi-million dollar mansion within walking distance of the White House. Former House Speaker Paul Ryan, who currently sits on the board of Fox News Corp., and who, according to Vanity Far, is reportedly urging Fox News to “decisively break” with President Donald Trump—news in the magazine’s report documenting the network’s “management bedlam”. (Breitbart, Sept. 26, 2019)

“Ryan, the longtime Trump antagonist, has reportedly been suggesting to Murdoch that “Fox should decisively break with the president” as Murdoch holds “strategy conversations with Fox executives and anchors about how Fox News should prepare for life after Trump.”

Downright laughable that while “strategy conversations” are taking place to decide how Fox News “should prepare for life after Trump” that legions in the unwashed masses are already preparing themselves for life after Fox News.

Fox News may be content to join forces with the Democrats in leading the Republic into a socialist state—which will be all that is left without Trump—but millions of patriots are not.

”Vanity Fair‘s Gabe Sherman, citing four sources, reported that Fox Corp. CEO Lachlan Murdoch, who has long tried to move Fox News to the center, “is already thinking about how to position the network for a post-Trump future.” (Breitbart)

Earth to Murdoch and Ryan: as stated above, countless numbers of Fox News viewers are already out there looking for alternatives in a post-Fox News world.

And the whines of three Fox News anchors, Chris Wallace, Bret Baier, and Martha MacCallum lamenting they are the “targets of the president’s tweets” will only add to the exodus of fed-up viewers tuning out of Fox.

“MacCallum reportedly added, according to the Hollywood Reporter: “Contrary to the opinion of some people, he’s not our boss.”

You got that right, Ms. MacCallum because apparently Paul Ryan is.

“Wallace told the crowd at Advertising Week in New York: “It’s a very surreal thing. I think we all kind of embrace it as: We’ve got his attention, so we must be doing something right.” (Breitbart)

You can make that “doing something right” not nearly often enough, Mr. Wallace.

Imagine anyone stupid enough to take the “suggestions” of wishy-washy Paul Ryan to heart.

”Vanity Fair cited “an executive who’s spoken with Ryan” who simply said: “Paul is embarrassed about Trump and now he has the power to do something about it.” (Breitbart)

Whoa! This from the 2012 vice president candidate whose main claim to fame was a walk in the woods.


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