The move comes as Fox viewers are vowing to boycott the network over its suspension of Judge Jeanine.
(Big League Politics) – The former head of the Democratic National Committee who ensured that Hillary R. Clinton won the party’s presidential nomination in 2016 has joined Fox News, just days after the network announced that Judge Jeanine Pirro’s show would be cancelled for this entire week.
“I fully admit that in my previous lives as a campaign staffer, presidential campaign manager and Democrat Party official, my own lack of civility in the heat of battle has been on full display. And it wasn’t pretty,” Donna Brazile said in an op-ed explaining why she joined the network.
“Brazile, a veteran Democratic strategist, will offer political analysis across both FNC and FOX Business Network’s daytime and primetime programming,” according to a statement by the network.
An admitted leftist who has fought to destroy conservatism has now joined the ranks of the formerly-conservative network. It is another move towards the left for the the network, which has effectively become CNN-lite.
Worse, the move comes as Fox viewers rage over the suspension of Pirro, who made supposedly-controversial comments about Sharia Law.
Retired Army Major General and former Fox News’ Senior Military Analyst Paul E. Vallely has vowed to boycott the network over its Pirro decision.
“In order for us to best decide as a people how to better protect and preserve our way of life, we need to first be able to hear what others are saying without the filter of bias and contempt,” Brazile said. “Not until we once again become practiced at treating those of differing views with civility and respect can we begin to join together to solve the myriad of problems our country must overcome.”
The problem is this: the political left does not care about “civility.” It cares about winning.
In the cultural battle to save this country from being overrun by infant-slaughtering psychopaths, illegal invaders, and “social justice” freaks, Fox News is nothing more than controlled opposition to actual conservatism.