Rush Limbaugh blasted Fox News for making this giant mistake

Fox News faced heavy criticism from President Trump.

But the President isn’t the only conservative upset with Fox News’ election coverage.

And now Rush Limbaugh blasted Fox News for making this giant mistake.

As the President mounted legal challenges to the results in close states by alleging widespread voter fraud, Fox News acted dismissively towards the President and his campaign.

Host Neil Cavuto even censored press secretary Kayleigh McEnany by cutting away from her addressing reporters.

Rush Limbaugh blasted Fox News for making a major mistake and turning their back on its core base of viewers.

And Limbaugh warned it could have catastrophic consequences for Fox News and the nation.

“Let me tell you something, folks. If the people running Fox succeed in destroying the distinction that Fox has from the rest of the media, they’re gonna destroy Fox. If they are successful in taking away from Fox the things that distinguish it and make it appear different from the rest of the Drive-By Media, what do you think’s gonna happen?” Limbaugh declared.

For years, critics bashed Fox News as “state TV” and propaganda for Donald Trump.

Many viewers worry that Fox bigwigs think Donald Trump is toast so network executives think they can buy goodwill from their enemies by turning on the President.

Rush compared the growing situation at Fox to what he faces every day from liberal media critics bashing his show and pushing him to “evolve.”

Limbaugh said they never succeed because he stays true to his principles and doing so built a bond with listeners that can never be broken.

“The reason they have not been able to do this with talk radio is we do not stab our audience in the back. We do not turn on our base. We remain principled and consistent. From me on down to everybody who does this on the conservative side, we are not apologetic. We do not seek the approval of people that don’t like us. It’s very strange how no one has figured out why it is that talk radio remains powerful, popular, unassailable. It’s not difficult at all, if you know where to look,” Limbaugh concluded.

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