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Fox’s Jesse Watters: Immigration Is A CIA Plot To Keep Wages Low In The US

Even though Fox “News” has dialed back some of their rhetoric in an apparent effort to avoid future lawsuits such as the one brought by Dominion Voting Systems that resulted in a massive $787 million settlement earlier this year, they still allow their hosts to spread easily debunked conspiracy theories that are clearly intended to rile up viewers.

Such is the case with Fox host Jesse Watters, who hosts a moronic nightly show on the network on which he holds forth on any matter of topics, using innuendo, lies, and outright slander to make his so-called point.

On Monday evening, Watters suggested that immigration is nothing more than an effort by the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) to keep wages low in the United States.

Watters told viewers:

“Tonight we’re taking a look at America’s most powerful agency: the CIA. What have they been up to lately? They’re not fighting communism anymore so what are they doing with the billions we’re giving them? Why does it seem like the CIA when they’re not keeping us safe are moonlighting as corporate America’s secret police?”

The CIA may not be fighting communism, but they play a vital role in the battle against international terrorism and rouge elements that wish the United States and our allies harm. Of course, Watters left all that out because it doesn’t serve his ulterior motive, which became clear the more he talked.

“In 1953, a few years after the CIA was founded, they overthrew Iran’s government. Why? Oil. The prime minister at the time told western oil companies to get out of the country. Big Oil called the CIA and the CIA started a coup and got rid of the prime minister and brought in someone a little more friendly.”

“Same thing happened in Cuba. Fidel’s biggest sin was killing corporate America. American companies lost hundreds of millions when Castro kicked out the casinos, hotels and food companies. So the CIA uncorked the Bay of Pigs. After that failed, [they] tried to assassinate Fidel for the next 60 years.”

Aren’t conservatives always complaining about the price of gasoline? Seems like Watters would be supportive of anything that makes oil less expensive. And he’s also defending Fidel Castro? That’s one hell of a change for a right winger.

Watters concluded:

“When the agency plays bushwhacker for multinationals, there’s collateral damage — like the southern border. Ten thousand third-world migrants march in every day, courtesy of the drug cartels, even planting their flags on our territory — look at that, I think that’s Venezuela — attacking border agents, biting off cops’ fingers. Oops. You’re saying the CIA couldn’t put a stop to that? But migrants work for big American companies and keep wages low while the cartels make billions and the CIA is nowhere to be found.”

Yes, it’s all a GIGANTIC conspiracy. Yet if you mentioned to Watters that corporations such as the one that pays his salary should have to pay higher wages and more in taxes, he’d denounce you as a socialist.

It’s the hypocrisy that’s most galling, though the lies are pretty damn bad, too.


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MT Greene May Have Committed A Federal Crime With Comments She Made During An Interview

During an appearance on Fox “News,” Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-GA) made some comments that may come back haunt her in a major way if the Justice Department decides to investigate her for endangering U.S. national security.

Greene was a guest on Laura Ingraham’s show, HuffPost reports, when she began talking about classified document she viewed regarding President Joe Biden.

Greene said she read a document inside a SCIF ― a sensitive compartmented information facility ― related to bribery allegations Republicans have made against President Joe Biden but have yet to provide evidence for.

So far so good for Greene, but she should have stopped talking right then. She didn’t. Instead, she began describing the document.

Since the document was shown in a SCIF, that means the FBI considered it to be sensitive and not for public consumption.

Greene then made matters even worse with what she said and did next.

“This is a document that all of America should be able to see, but the FBI is stonewalling us and they would only let us see it in a SCIF,” she said. “Well what I did after reading the document is I made notes when I walked out and I went up to the table.”

Greene also held those notes up to the camera, where anyone could have gotten a screenshot of them.

“I wrote down everything that I had just read so that I could come out and tell the American people what I read,” she said.

If indeed the guilty almost always confess, it certainly seems that Marge did just that, and on national television, which raised more than a few eyebrows, beginning with Mark Zaid, an attorney who specializes in national security.

Others also suggested that Greene had just broken federal law, ironically for almost the same thing her lord and savior, Donald Trump, has been indicted for.


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Fox Host Says Installing Solar Panels In Africa Is ‘Racist’

Did you know that installing solar panels in Africa to help give more people on the continent have electricity is actually “racist” and “climate colonialism.”

That’s what Fox host Dagen McDowell said Sunday during an interview with one of Russia’s favorite senators, Republican Ron Johnson of Wisconsin.

Referring to an Associated Press report that businesses in Africa are choosing to install solar panels instead of using energy produced by fossil fuels, McDowell remarked:

“These people are telling sub-Saharan Africa, you have to stay in the dark and not develop your fossil fuels because we say so. This is keeping a billion people in the dark, Senator, because they say so. It’s called it’s essentially climate colonialism. It’s racist.”

The led Johnson to say there’s no “climate emergency.”

“All this climate change alarmism is based on bad science, completely ignoring the impact of clouds to basically be a heat sink,” Johnson claimed. “Again, the climate is always [changing], always will.”

The senator added, “I’m not alarmist, I’m not in denial, but we’ve spent over five trillion dollars globally on climate change. We haven’t moved the needle, according to climate alarmists. How much more are we going to waste?”

Climate change is not a fantasy. It can been seen around us no matter where in the world we live. But many on the right would rather deny the scientific evidence so they can curry favor with Big Oil, a major contributor to Republican causes.

Maybe the climate deniers need to be shipped to the nearest desert and made to live as best they can without the comforts they enjoy here in the West. How long do you suppose they’d last before they started whining and begging for relief?


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Jesse Watters Gets A Social Media Beatdown For Claiming Joe Biden Plagiarized ‘Dark Brandon’

Fox host Jesse Watters has walked right into a shitstorm of his own creation with comments he made Tuesday evening on his show, suggesting that President Joe Biden had stolen the terms “Bidenomics” and “Dark Brandon” from others and was therefore guilty of plagiarism.

According to HuffPost, “The Fox News host made the assertion after running a clip of ‘The Last Politician’ author Franklin Foer saying that Biden didn’t like being perceived as stupid since a plagiarism scandal helped ruin his bid for the 1988 Democratic presidential nomination.”

“You don’t have to go back that far,” Watters said. “Biden plagiarized the term Bidenomics. Biden plagiarized his own nickname, Dark Brandon. Remember that was a chanting NASCAR crowd that coined Brandon.”

Biden stole those? No. He repurposed them and turned insults into humor, which is what many on the right cannot stand: Rather than cowering in response to conservative chattering, Biden has used it to his advantage, and that burns them up.

That isn’t plagiarism, as many on Twitter quickly told Watters.


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WATCH: Fox’s Peter Doocy Suggests Biden Wants To Limit Americans To ‘Two Beers A Week’

Perhaps you thought you’d heard all of the ridiculous bullshit that a member of the Fox universe could possibly spin. After all, they’re the same imbeciles who’ve been suggesting for years that Democrats have declared a “war on Christmas” and other absurd lies that are easily debunked by doing a simple Google search.

But Fox White House correspondent Peter Doocy (who had been absent in recent weeks from daily press briefings) outdid himself and his colleagues at the “news” network when he asked White House Press Secretary Karine Jean-Pierre if the administration was planning to limit Americans to two beers a week.

“Does President Biden want to limit Americans to two beers a week?”

Clearly taken aback by the question, Jean-Pierre replied, “Where’s this coming from?. Maybe I didn’t miss you so much.”

Doocy: “Dr. George Koob, who is the director of the National Institute of Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism, says the U.S. may soon follow Canada and recommend just two beers a week. How do you guys think that’s gonna go?”

Jean-Pierre told Doocy, “Let me tell you what – I’m not gonna get involved in, in that question right there,” Jean-Pierre, smiling, replied. “I have no idea, I’ve not seen the data. I cannot speak to this. I will leave it to the experts and not weigh in.”

Doocy continued to push.

“So if the experts say two beers a week – ”

“I will leave it to the experts. I’m just not gonna comment,” Jean-Pierre replied.

What in the hell is Doocy talking about? Fortunately, The Independent provided some answers.

Fox News’s Peter Doocy asked the press secretary the question after George Koob, the Director of the National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism, toldThe Daily Mail that the United States Department of Agriculture could revise its alcohol advice to match Canada’s.

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Dr Koob told the Mail that drinking alcohol had no positive benefits.

“Most of the benefits people attribute to alcohol, we feel they really have more to do with what someone’s eating rather than what they’re drinking,” he said. “So it really has to do with the Mediterranean diet, socio-economic status, that makes you able to afford that kind of diet and make your own fresh food and so forth. With this in mind, most of the benefits kind of disappear on the health side.”

How long do you supposed it will be before Rep. Jim Jordan (R-OH) and other right-wing Republicans demand hearings on Beergate?