Fox News reached the bottom! This was a reliable source for journalism in the past, but now, you can’t trust them at all!
Instead of airing a significant policy speech by Trump, Fox News censored them and aired Mike Pence’s speech.
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Is this logical???
Two competing speeches, one by Trump and the other by his running mate!
Fox News picked Pence! So, the network pushes a specific narrative!
When Fox News airs 17 minutes of Pence’s speech and ZERO minutes of Trump’s speech, Rupert Murdoch is over you.
— Outspoken™️ (@Out5p0ken) July 27, 2022
Pence and Trump both gave speeches in DC yesterday. @FoxNews covered the entirety of Pence speech and o seconds of Trump. But they are totally fair and balanced….
— Musashi (@MusashiBonMot) July 27, 2022
Fox News devoted little airtime to Donald Trump's speech on Tuesday, in his first visit to Washington since leaving office. Notably, it did go live with Mike Pence’s address the same day. https://t.co/tXEKE7fQDq
— The New York Times (@nytimes) July 27, 2022
However, this isn’t the first time the network to target Trump.
Do you remember the first primary debate with Megyn Kelly?
Fox News declined to air former President Donald Trump’s Tuesday speech at the America First Policy Institute (AFPI) summit, despite airing a speech by Vice President Mike Pence hours earlier.
Although the network skipped Trump’s speech, Fox News aired former Vice President Mike Pence’s speech at the Young Americas Foundation’s national student conference just hours before Trump spoke.
Trump’s speech at the AFPI summit, organized by former senior officials in his administration, marked the first time the former president had been in Washington D.C. since President Joe Biden took office in January 2021.
Fox News’s decision to skip Trump’s speech comes as Trump and Pence are drifting apart in key political races across the country. For example, the two recently held rallies in Arizona on the same day in support of their respective gubernatorial candidates.
In addition, both Trump and Pence are reportedly eying a presidential run in 2024.
However, in his speech, Pence told the audience he does not see a divide in the conservative movement.
Pence said in response to a question about any purported divide between him and Trump:
“I don’t know that our movement is that divided. I don’t know that the president and I differ on issues. But we may differ on focus. I truly do believe that elections are about the future, and that is absolutely essential at a time when so many Americans are hurting.”
If Pence doesn’t believe the movement is divided, why is he taking action to run against Trump? Why did Pence not defend Trump against the sham J6 hearing?
Why did Pence get the Fox News focus? – It is so because he doesn’t have the crowd size.
Contrary, Trump has a lot of supporters.
We can compare the crowd sizes:
BREAKING: Trump just teased a 2024 run and the crowd absolutely erupted
— MAGA Warlord Poso ⚔️ (@JackPosobiec) July 24, 2022
This is enthusiasm.
Here’s Mike Pence’s crowd.
— Matt Galka (@MattGalka) July 26, 2022
The New York Times reported:
When former President Donald J. Trump spoke to a friendly crowd on Tuesday in his first visit to Washington since leaving office, he was covered extensively by a range of news outlets, both mainstream ones and those more sympathetic to him.
There was one notable outlier: Fox News.
The network, which helped make Mr. Trump a force on the American right, devoted little airtime to his speech. It did not broadcast his remarks live — and hasn’t done so for most of his rallies over the past year.
But it did go live with a competing speech that former Vice President Mike Pence delivered the same day, at a hotel less than a mile away. For roughly 17 minutes on Tuesday afternoon, Fox viewers heard Mr. Pence uninterrupted.
The snub reflected a pattern in the way that Fox’s news programming has treated the former president lately: skeptically and sometimes harshly, even as the network’s highly rated and influential prime-time hosts, like Sean Hannity, continue to defend him and deflect from the recent revelations of the Jan. 6 hearings.
Fox sent a reporter to cover Mr. Trump on Tuesday and included snippets of his speech in its coverage throughout the day. But the network’s practice since Mr. Trump left office has been to largely ignore his frequent political rallies, leaving them to smaller, more devoted outlets like Newsmax and One America News, which carry them live and often in full.
On Friday, for instance, when Mr. Trump was speaking to a crowd of supporters in Arizona before the state’s Aug. 2 primary elections, Fox News kept its usual programming schedule, with one twist. Laura Ingraham’s 10 p.m. program featured her interview with Gov. Ron DeSantis of Florida, who is widely believed to be considering a campaign for the Republican presidential nomination in 2024.