And for those of you who thought FoxNews wasn't dictated
by Ziks511 - 11/2/13 11:12 AM
from the top, regardless of the truth. Oooops!! Wrong.
"In 2011, the Fox News chief asked Kristol to take a negative stance toward a certain individual, effectively helping Ailes in his effort to give that person a bad reputation, the sources said. Kristol refused to get involved in Ailes' personal arguments and, as a result, there was a "coolness" between the two going forward. Though the relationship remained cordial, Ailes felt he could no longer trust Kristol to be a team player."
Team Player??? Apparently Ailes felt he could no longer lead Kristol around by the nose and dictate what he said and did.
" Kristol has become a coveted free agent since leaving Fox News. He has made multiple appearances on ABC's "This Week" (where he was a panelist in the 1990s) and NBC's "Meet The Press" (he will join the roundtable again this Sunday). He has also made multiple appearances on CNN's "Crossfire" and on MSNBC's "Morning Joe." "
Interesting that Mainstream News channels are perfectly willing to have Bill Kristol appear on their shows despite that fictional liberal bias. It's amazing how restricted Fox's contributors are, and how broadly sourced all the other networks contributors are, but Fox is the source of choice and trust, and other networks are untrustworthy because they don't let conservatives appear or express opinions. How nice to live in a world divorced from reality.