Trump Unleashes on ‘Corrupt’ Fox News As Conservative Civil War Simmers

President Trump unleashed a blizzard of retweets this morning, directing his ire at ‘fake’ and ‘dishonest’ questions being posed by Ed Henry to guest commentator Mark Levin on Fox News’ morning show, Fox and Friends.

After Mark Levin shredded the false narrative being posed by Ed Henry, our 45th president took to twitter and gave Mark his strong endorsement, and a big thumbs down to ‘fake’ and ‘corrupt’ Fox News.

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It all started with this exchange on Fox News between Mark Levin and Ed Henry.

After Mark Levin took Ed Henry out behind the woodshed, Twitter took notice and let Ed Henry and the swampy Fox News have it. And it turns out that, on this blessed Sunday morning, President Trump was paying attention, as usual, to the Voice of the People. Our president took to twitter and began retweeting. He started off with the following gem:

Ouch! That one is going to leave a mark on poor old Ed. It continued:

Fox News was accused of being corrupt and like CNN:

President Trump then weighed in with a strong endorsement of Levin:

Trump endorsed several more tweets slamming Fox News as fake, establishment, and corrupt.

President Trump wasn’t done yet, though! He then retweeted this raunchy beauty:

LOL. Greatest troll president of all-time?

Now here’s where it gets interesting. President Trump then retweeted this chestnut, accusing Paul Ryan of corrupting Fox News with his globalist swamp rat perspective.

Fact check? Totally true. Breitbart recently reported on the Vanity Fair scoop:

Former House Speaker Paul Ryan, who currently sits on the board of Fox Corp., is reportedly urging Fox News to “decisively break” with President Donald Trump, according to a Thursday Vanity Fair report documenting the network’s “management bedlam.”

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.”

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.”

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]

I, for one, am sick and tired of Fox News of picking up liberal narratives and blasting them all over their shows. We all know that Fox News is part of the swamp, and they exist to defend the interests of the oligarchs at the Chamber of Commerce. They are as “swamp” as it gets. This is why they hired swamp rat Paul Ryan to sit on their board. Paul Ryan was placed there by the Big Donors to keep a watch over Fox News, to make sure they don’t threaten the business interests of the oligarchs with their reporting.

Obviously, there are still great shows and amazing contributors at Fox News, like our favorite, Tucker Carlson. But, these beacons of truth and light are the exception at Fox, and not the rule. And of all the anchors, Chris Wallace is perhaps the worst. That is why President Trump’s next retweet brought a smile to my face.

Ed Henry versus Chris Wallace? Better have a big, bottomless bowl of popcorn ready. That would be fantastic. Somebody needs to wipe the little schoolboy, smug grin off of Chris Wallace’s globalist shill face.

President Trump capped off his epic tweet storm with another video excerpt of Mark Levin wiping the floor with Ed Henry.

With the addition of Paul Ryan, it appears that Fox News may be now circling the drain of relevancy. If they’re not careful, they will find themselves going the way of CNN, as other, more exciting, honest journalistic outlets like OANN rise up to take their place. All Fox News seems to be good for nowadays is pushing watered down CNN talking points. It seems that the weekday evening lineup of Tucker, Hannity, and Ingraham might be the only redeeming part of the Fox News lineup.

By the way, did you know that the Germans have a word for a “punchable face.” The word is “backpfeifengesicht,” and it literally means, ‘a face that should be slapped,’ according to Urban Dictionary.

One America’s Ethan Viveiros has more on Ryan’s supposed plan to hijack Fox News:

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