Skip to comments.Fox News Hires Soros-funded Activist
Posted on 01/20/2012 2:46:41 PM PST by massmike
Sally Kohn, a former senior strategist at the Soros-funded Center for Community Change, has been hired as a Fox News Contributor. Soros is the controversial hedge fund billionaire, convicted of insider trading in France, who finances the progressive movement in the U.S.
An open lesbian who shuns feminine attire and frequently wears a suit jacket, Kohn is joining Fox News after being a regular on such programs as The Ed Show on liberal rival MSNBC.
The former chair of the board of the Center for Community Change, Cecilia Munoz, was recently named the Director of the Domestic Policy Council in the White House, a position that makes her one of Obamas top aides. She had been serving as Director of Intergovernmental Affairs. A White House press release about her appointment notes that she previously served on the U.S. Programs Board of the OSI and was Senior Vice President for the Office of Research, Advocacy, and Legislation at the National Council of La Raza.
Kohn has a history of her own, having worked for the Gay and Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation (GLAAD), a group that tries to keep criticism of the homosexual agenda out of the mainstream media. Interestingly, GLAAD has relentlessly attacked Fox News, with one of the latest examples being an occasion during which correspondent Shannon Bream interviewed guests critical of a transgendered person, a man dressed as a woman, who had used a womans changing room at a department store. GLAAD viewed this criticism as dangerous.
Not only is Kohns hiring by Fox News a victory for GLAAD, where she worked for two years, but the Soros-funded and gay-run Media Matters organization is extremely happy with the selection.
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Fox execs know Sally is repulsive to their audience. Her appearance is calculated. Give the audience a heel to hoot at.
The first pic that popped up.
They brought john podesta on board a couple of months ago as well.
Hell, Alan Colmes is more attractive and more feminine than "Sal". What is it with news networks wanting to have their own bull-dyke Rachel Madcow lookalike?!
An open lesbian who shuns feminine attire and frequently wears a suit jacket.
This is the formula that made Fox the mega cable news company with rating in the sky for over a decade (NOT)
Seems to me Fox is hiring these blatant liberal freaks to shoe the viewers what complete idiots these liberals are ala Alan Combes and Bob Bechtel.
Someone at Fox with a secret Rachel Maddow crush? And this is how they satisfy it?
If that's true (and I tend to agree with you), it's a great move.
I saw the other day on America Live where Megyn Kelly welcomed her to the “Fox Family”. I can’t stand her. They’ve been having her on various segments of shows for the past couple of months and all the eye ball rolling and faces she makes . . . ugh . . . I have to hit the mute button or go do something around the house until the segment is over. She NEVER has a worthwhile argument to listen to. Most of the left they have on I can semi-tolerate but she isn’t one of them . . . almost as bad as Debbie Downer without the permed curly hair-do.
Fox hiring libs to makes their 37 moderates look conservative.
Fair and balanced...becoming unbalanced.
It seems to me that Fox News has pretty much lost its “fair and balanced” mantra. They do nothing these days but hire more liberal freaks.
I figured this would happen after Murdoch died or retired, but it looks like it’s happening right now.
She wants a shot at all the foxes on FOX!
Fair and balanced—from now on for every pretty lady hired, they have to hire some fugly one. It is that affirmative action for ugly people.
Whenever her annoying mug appears on Fox News or Fox Business, I immediately change the channel.
Maybe, but it seems like they're acting like republicans as opposed to conservatives. In a national election when a republican gets in, it's because he had conservative support. Once in office these GOPers feel they need to be more "moderate" to appeal to a broader more sophisticated base (the Manhattan crowd).
What ends up happening is they become RINOs and alienate the conservatives who originally got them into office. Christie Whitman in NJ was a good example of this phenomenon.
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