YES, we who watch FOX for some of our news are FOXMANIACS.  OR we are said to have FOXITIS.

Apparently, the lawyer for a guy accused of the Capitol Hill attacks says his client watched about six months of FOX before January 6.   The lawyer says he has FOXITIS, he’s got FOXMANIA!   (I swear)   It’s FOX’S FAULT!  🙂

The Leftwing news says the MISINFORMATION and LIES of voter fraud on FOX  (as if) is ” really damaging to the fabric of our democracy………”

I’m not sure if they believe not giving all the news if it makes the Left look bad is damaging to the fabric of our democracy or not, but I DO.   And how helpful to our democracy is a channel like CNN which almost NEVER gives an opinion other than the Left’s, when FOX is happy to have Leftists on and argue truth with them?

See, the Leftwing channels say that FOXITIS is caused by that channel because it LIED THAT THERE WAS ELECTION FRAUD.    By the way, NOT ONE NEWS REPORT ON FOX said there was election fraud;  it reported what the Right said, it reported what the Left was saying.   Editorial hosts talked about fraud, their news people NEVER ONCE DID.  EVER.

SO, I guess I’m a FOXMANIAC because I love Bret Baier, Harris Faulkner, and many others who are terrific, REALLY bright Conservatives………….I’m proud of it!    An interesting thing to do is watch Shannon Bream, Martha MacCallum, Sandra Smith or Bill Hemmer do their shows where they’re pretty much giving NEWS, not their opinions, and then watch THE FIVE when one of them is on and THEN you see their Conservativism because THAT is OPINION.  THAT is a joy and I’m sorry for those of you who miss that.  Good stuff.

Signed, your FOXMANIAC friend, Z

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16 Responses to FOXMANIA?

  1. bocopro says:

    Yeah, well . . . I trust NONE of the news networks. Period. They all have editorial agendas. At least OAN is right up front with their approach: “We are unapologetically conservative.”

    I don’t trust any of the social media, and anyone who thinks he’s getting good information from WikiPedia needs to lay off the loco weed. I think the country would be better off if Phazebok, Twatter, and all the rest were shut down for about lebenty months.

    RayGun Ronnie came up with a neat little aphorism: “Trust, but verify.” O.K. . . . that’d be fine, IF there were a reliable way TO verify what we get as news. I genuinely believe that we are NEVER given the truth, the whole truth, and nothing but the truth from any major news source.

    It’s all about the “scoop.” The shock and awe. The fear. The intoxicating conspiracy. The sensationalism. The “Really ?? !! He really SAID that ??” when no, he didn’t — it was taken out of context, truncated, edited, photoshopped.

    Right after Reagan made his little zinger concerning Soviet arms reduction, I heard somebody say it even clearer — “You’re gonna need to trust somebody sometime, but never pass up an opportunity to cut the cards.”


  2. bocopro says:

    Speaking of conspiracies . . . here’s today’s rant (it’s not terribly long):

    Conspiracy theories can be fun . . . some of ‘em turn out to be spot on while others are so far out you chuckle just thinkin about ‘em.

    Problem is . . . I don’t believe we EVER get the truth from government – on ANYthing. And I’m definitely suspicious of the way this “plannedemic” has been handled.

    Most of what’s happened so far seems to have been a humongous human-behavior experiment to determine just how much industrial-strength hypocrisy, propaganda, fear, and balderdash we can take before we start stocking up on rope, tar, feathers, and torches.

    Now . . . if you wanted to destroy a republic, how would you go about it? Lemme give you some pointers:

    Wipe out small businesses, mom & pop stores, neighborhood restaurants, movie theaters, kids’ sports activities, social interaction. Make people huddle in their little huts and avoid contact with other humans, going out only for food and then coming back to furiously disinfect.

    Increase racial tension by claiming that POC are affected much worse by a threat, such as a micro-organism, than are light-skinned ones.

    Widen the chasm between the haves and the haves-not. Increase the monopoly and political power of giant systems such as Amazon by feeding people’s fear of coming into contact with strangers.

    Once millions of people are out of a job, smile and offer them government “stimuli,” handouts, “relief funding” . . . making them completely dependent upon the state.

    Force employees who still have jobs to work from home while teaching their children things that should be taught in schools by trained educators.

    Import millions of unskilled, untested, possibly infected outsiders to take labor-intensive employment away from teenagers, minorities, and homeless individuals.

    Restrict religious gatherings and services and insist that everyone “trust the science,” while changing the scientific data every week from “expert” media whores.

    Create addiction to various data streams such as TV, Netflix, Amazon, and others to prep citizens for the relentless flow of elitist propaganda.

    Confiscate and outlaw private weapons so that renegades and radicals are powerless to resist government oppression and suspension of rights and privileges.

    Keep people indoors as much as possible without fresh air and exercise, making them dependent upon the medical community but afraid to go to hospitals for fear of being exposed to contagion.

    Eliminate the elderly, the sick, those with weakened immune systems . . . victims who cannot contribute to the revenue base and are dependent upon it for survival.

    Lay the groundwork for public confidence in artificial intelligence by increasing surveillance, requiring them to work from home, making it impossible for them to go do things for themselves but rely instead on fone bots and drones for delivery.

    Eliminate a major element of personal communication by requiring masks to hide facial expressions.

    Misinform, disinform, move the goalposts, keep fear alive, and centralize all power in central government, forcing weaker states to comply or suck the dry teat.

    Howzat for a new-world-order conspiracy theory?


  3. kidme37 says:

    Boco, this may have been the Orwell quote you were thinking o the other day –
    Real power is achieved when the ruling class contains the material essentials of life, granting and withholding them from the masses as if they were privileges.


  4. bocopro says:

    Somewhere in a twilight zone, Orwell is sippin ambrosia and thinkin — Boy, did I ever NAIL it !!


  5. peter3nj says:

    John P. Hagen (1908-1990) was director of the Vanguard program during the 1950s. He had been an astronomer at Wesleyan University, 1931-1935, before working for the Naval Research Laboratory, from 1935 until 1958. With the creation of NASA in 1958, he became the assistant director of spaceflight development, a position in which he remained for two years. In 1962, he returned to higher education, becoming a professor of astronomy at Pennsylvania State University.
    While others sweated and panicked over the Soviets taking the early lead he ingeniously sat back and allowed the Soviets to win the space race while he learned from their big mistake. Using batteries to power Sputnik, batteries which ran out after a few days. Hagen’s theorized that solar power was the way to go and Sputnik’s short life proved his theory for him. His Vanguard satellite powered by the sun stayed in orbit over 22 days and catapulted the US to the leader position in the race for space.
    We have been inundated with the legend of NASA’s black female mathematicians who single handedly sent men to the moon and back while any mention of John P Hagen’s brilliance and achievements get virtually no mention in “popular culture.” Oh snap did I mention that the father of NASA and America’s space program was white?

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  6. geeez2014 says:

    BOCOPRO…I SO don’t agree about FOX mostly because of the really excellent Conservatives they have on all day long. But I know most people here don’t trust….
    Much of the news would not be known were Conservatives (and some Dems, apparently, according to stats) not getting it from FOX. And I LOVE seeing the good hosts siding with ME !!

    I agree, of course, with your ‘rant’ list except that the vaccine was first offered to Elderly….so they did try to protect…us (Oh, GOD!)

    KID and BOCO…Orwell got it right!

    PETER: Interesting!! Well, to be fair, a lot of famous Black American haven’t been mentioned over the years, but when I hear NONE are ever mentioned I beg to differ; we WERE taught about Tubman and Douglas and others.
    That’s really excellent information on that guy WE HAVE NEVER HEARD OF. THanks!!


  7. geeez2014 says:

    I published this information for us to be MORE AWARE of what’s going down NOW…a lawyer slamming a TV channel as if they reached through this guy’s brain and put FOX into it?
    Representing someone while showing such bias?

    THIS is the way the LEFT CONSTANTLY slams Conservatism……..THIS is the subversive, powerful way the Left can infiltrate minds even more than that ‘Capitol Hill attacker’ was by FOX: make up cute names like FOXITIS and FOXMANIA and stick with it………….it matters not to THEM that leftwing channels don’t give information from both sides so we can weigh it in our minds, as FOX does….what matters is they can’t defend their side so they insult the Right.


  8. Baysider says:

    “It’s Fox’s fault.” Does no one take responsibility for their own actions that follows their evaluation of circumstances?

    Peter, that’s a very interesting story. My dominant cat used to race the other one to the door to go out in the morning. She always found a reason to stop short while the other ran on out ahead. We figured it was her security system: if all was clear when her sister went out, then it was safe for the Queen. 🙂


  9. Mustang says:

    Here’s an idea for progressive America: let’s stop looking at skin color and focus instead on character and achievement. We need a break in this country …

    Liked by 2 people

  10. bocopro says:

    Yeah, and while we’re at stopping things, let’s smother this asinine marxist fad of “critical race theory” that’s running rampant in state legislatures and educational curricula.

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  11. MAL says:

    Z, if you don’t like “elderly”, use something a bit less dating, like “senior” or “experienced”. Personally, I tell everybody how old I am ’cause I want them to know why I look this way!

    Liked by 1 person

  12. peter3nj says:

    At 70 I have all my hair but none of my money. See life truly is all about balance. Oooommm……

    Liked by 1 person

  13. kidme37 says:

    At 68, I have lots of hair too, but no money. Mustang has Alzheimers I think and he keeps telling me I owe him $$$. I don’t but he scares me so I just send the money. Story of my life.

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  14. MAL says:

    No money is only half of it. No DEBT is equally as important, so I hope you both are debt-free!

    Liked by 1 person

  15. kidme37 says:

    Debt free MAL. Quite a change from my younger days,


  16. MAL says:

    GOOD FOR YOU, KID! (me, too).

    Liked by 1 person

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