audis Control U.S. Media Dialogue – Close To Controlling Our Elections

ELDER PATRIOT – As we pretend to fight radical Islamist insurgents in the Middle East we should be aware of how seriously they have been able to interject their influence into electoral politics here in our homeland.

Hillary Clinton’s most trusted and confided in aide is Huma Abedin.  Ms. Abedin’s family prints the Journal of Muslim Minority Affairs where Abdullah Omar Nasseef was its patron.  Nasseef was also the Secretary-General of the Muslim World League about which investigative journalist Andrew McCarthy said, “has long been the Muslim Brotherhood’s principal vehicle for the international propagation of Islamic supremacist ideology.”

Nasseef is also tied to the funding of two groups that our Treasury Department has identified as terrorist organizations.

Huma Abedin was an assistant editor at the Journal of Muslim Minority Affairs for over a dozen years until leaving there in 2008.  Her family remains closely aligned with Nasseef to this day.  Ms. Abedin is now squarely at the center of Hillary Clinton’s email scandal.

Mrs. Clinton is outspoken in defense of taxpayer-funded importation of hundreds of thousands of Muslims from Middle Eastern nations that are virtually impossible to vet and bring no discernible value to American society. 

On the Republican side the Saudis are having less success with only Marco Rubio’s third place finish last night showing even the slightest hint of potential electoral success. 

This doesn’t mean that the Saudis haven’t made significant inroads into the political infrastructure especially at Fox News and Fox Business where they now control much of the dialogue surrounding both immigration, and the link between radical Islam and terrorism.

Saudi Prince Alwaweed Bin Talal is an investor in both Fox News Corp and Century Fox, which controls Fox News.  Bin Talal describes his relationship with Fox News thusly, “We have a strategic alliance with Rupert Murdoch for sure and I have been with him for the last 15 or 20 years.  “My backing of Rupert Murdoch is definitely unwavering.”

That’s because Murdoch’s support of Bin Talal’s open borders immigration plans to spread radical Islam to the United States has also been unwavering. 

As co-chair of the Partnership for a New American Economy, perhaps the most powerful open-borders lobbying firm in America, Murdoch has made sure that Fox’s anti-immigration megaphone is muffled at critical times during our elections. 

That was evident last night when Fox’s Neil Cavuto celebrated Marco Rubio’s third place performance as though he had won.  This, despite the fact that Rubio overwhelmingly out spent Donald Trump and that there simply isn’t much room among the other Republican candidates for Rubio’s open borders platform to get more votes from.

More evidence of Fox’s political bias was their decision to have Muslim immigrant Nabela Noor question the GOP presidential candidates during the last debate that Fox hosted.

During the Democratic debate… oh, wait there was no Democratic debate on Fox.  If there had been do you think for a moment that one of the family members of those slaughtered in San Bernardino would’ve been invited to ask Hillary a question about the threat to security that the current open borders immigration policy that she’s supported carries with it?  Hell, I’d have settled for Marco Rubio being asked a question by one of those grieving family members during the recent Republican debate.

Michelle Malkin recently tweeted this question to expose Fox’s hypocrisy:

“Will Disney’s layoffs of US workers forced to train H-1B replacements come up at ABC News GOP debate in NH?”

That’s laughable.  Disney CEO Robert Iger is Murdoch’s co-chair at the Partenrship for a New American Economy.

Don’t hold your breath for Fox to be unbiased on immigration.  As Breitbart’s Julia Hahn noted,

“Via his immigration lobbying firm, Murdoch has endorsed Senator Marco Rubio’s 2013 amnesty bill, as well as Rubio’s 2015 immigration expansion bill know as the Immigration Innovation Act. Murdoch has also articulated his support for Rubio’s desire to give citizenship—and, by extension, voting rights and welfare access–to illegal immigrants.”

None of this has stopped Prince Bin Talal from continuing to spread his message of Islamic hatred.  With Murdoch’s help he has launched the Al-Resalah TV network that often delivers radical messages to its viewers.

Americans, those hard-working, church-going, people who embrace personal responsibility now are faced with the stark reality that there is no longer a major news network they can turn to for unbiased reporting on immigration and terrorism, the two most important issues of our time.