Saturday, 13 April 2019

Andrew Bolt's Blog,14/4/19; Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez a Murdoch obsession and danger;

Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez appears to have replaced Hillary Clinton as conservatives’ bete noire.
Democrat receives 3,181 mentions on Fox News and Fox Business
Figures suggest media obsession with congresswoman

The finding will reinforce perceptions that Fox, owned by media mogul Rupert Murdoch, is obsessed by Ocasio-Cortez, portraying her as a radical socialist who threatens the American way of life.
She tweeted in response on Friday: “Fox News brought me up 3,000+ times in *6 weeks.* That’s how hard they’re fighting against dignified healthcare, wages, & justice for all; and turning their firepower on the youngest Congresswoman in history to do it. Too bad for them, cause we don’t flinch. #ForThePeople.”
 Will, they put her in their crosshairs and make her Joan of Arc. They certainly want her gone.(ODT)

 Fox mentions Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez for 42 days running – 3,181 times | US news | The Guardian


Fox Corp now includes the White House (ODT)

 A comprehensive list of former Fox employees who have joined the Trump administration


  1. The coalition said 'Treasury figures' showed Labor's plan would cost $387b, but Treasury disagrees

    Frydenberg and Morrison caught lying.(ODT)

    Shadow Treasurer Chris Bowen releases a letter from the federal Treasury boss, distancing bureaucrats from a Coalition attack on the Opposition.

    Australia votes

    Great Barrier Reef on the verge of collapse: Government officials

    The Great Barrier Reef Marine Park Authority says limiting global warming to 1.5 degrees is "critical".
    The Great Barrier, Reef Marine Park Authority, says global warming must be kept to 1.5 degrees - a threshold that scientists say requires shutting down coal within three decades

    Andrew Bolt's dug a hole for himself declaring Climate Change is just another Religion. His mate Tony Abbott and the government are deserting him. But so are the Mining and Fossil Fuel Industries. He's struggling to find support for his Climate Change denial pro Coal and anti-renewable stance not just in Australia but anywhere in the world.

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