Fox Corporation becomes stand-alone company as Disney deal set to close

Fox Corporation becomes stand-alone company as Disney deal set to close  by Brian Flood (FoxNews)

New “Fox Corporation” logo. The umbrella for Fox News and Fox Business News

Former DNC chair Donna Brazile to join Fox News by Caitlin Oprysko (Politico)

Donna Brazile

h/t  Scott of the Pacific

As a follow up to yesterdays post regarding Jeanine Pirro’s “Justice with  Judge Jeanine”, we see today that the deal to wholly acquire Fox and along with it,  its Fox News and Fox Business News channels – Disney is now in complete control.

Fox as well announced yesterday that they would be hiring Donna Brazile. Brazile is the former Chairwoman of the Democrat National Committee and a committed “Progressive”.

Fox has begun their lurch to the Left (which they would likely call “toward the middle”).

From Caitlin Oprysko of Politico:

Brazile in a statement said she was “delighted” to join the network and said she was eager to represent Democrats for Fox News viewers, who she argued don’t “hear enough from Democrats.”

Brazile continued:

if we’ve learned anything from the 2016 election, it is that we can’t have a country where we don’t talk to those who disagree with our political views.”

Oprysko added:

“Brazile had been a longtime commentator on networks like ABC and CNN. The latter severed ties with Brazile just weeks before the election after WikiLeaks published emails in which she tipped off members of Hillary Clinton’s campaign about questions at a debate and town hall during the Democratic primary.

Rubbish! Clearly we can see from Ms. Brazile’s past, she is an unrepentant Hillary Clinton supporter.  The motivation for this move at Fox seems beyond suspect. It would seem this hire is all about Disney promoting their PC agenda.  Along with David Evans’ post of yesterday, Conservatives face a tough fight as Big Tech’s censorship expands, we see a subtle, but steady move by huge corporate global entities to insure their elite power and status.

As I said in the previous post, this does not bode well for real vs. “fake news”.  Time will tell.