A Fox News host asked one insane question about Donald Trump that will put your jaw on the ground
Fox News Channel was the one corporate-controlled media outlet that refused to regurgitate the Left’s talking points about Donald Trump.
But something changed.
And a Fox News host asked one insane question about Donald Trump that will put your jaw on the ground.
Media outlets owned by Rupert Murdoch – Fox News, the Wall Street Journal, and the New York Post – all took a sharp turn against Donald Trump in recent weeks.
The Journal and the Post both published editorials taking the side of the January 6 Committee by claiming the hearings proved Donald Trump was unfit to serve again as President.
Fox News has not had Donald Trump on the air in more than 100 days.
And now another formerly pro-Trump host is parroting media narratives about Trump being toxic.
Host Stuart Varney asked Ohio Republican Senate nominee J.D. Vance if the reason public polls showed him losing to Democrat Tim Ryan was because Trump endorsed him.
Varney asked Vance if he was “behind in this race perhaps because you’ve got the endorsement of Donald Trump?”
“No, not at all,” Vance responded.
Vance then pointed out that the polls in Ohio are historically awful, as evidenced by the fact that they all showed Joe Biden winning the state when in reality Trump carried Ohio by an eight-point margin.
“I mean look, the polls, two things on this. The polls in Ohio have always missed. They said that Joe Biden would win Ohio. In 2020, Donald Trump won by eight points. But more importantly, the only independent polls in the race actually show me up. The Democrats biased polls certainly show me trailing, but we know the reason those polls are out there is to help the Democrats fundraise,” Vance stated.
Vance doubled down and told Varney that he had no worries about the state of the race due to Joe Biden’s unpopularity and the fact that Tim Ryan votes for Biden’s socialist agenda more than 90 percent of the time.
“I’m not worried at all about where this political race is,” Vance added “I do worry about this economy and whether Ohio families can afford to survive another couple of years of the Joe Biden, Tim Ryan regime.”
Polling in Senate races in the 2014, 2016, 2018, and 2020 elections all missed wildly by overestimating support for Democrat candidates.
Polling is broken.
But Fox News is now apparently ignoring that reality as part of an anti-Trump editorial mandate.