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Roger Ailes Defends Glenn Beck

President of Fox News, Rodger Ailes made his debut as a panelist on ABC’s This Week on Sunday. The clip starts off innocent enough with a discussion about Fox News and their relationship the current administration. Then Arianna Huffington jumps in and attacks Ailes for allowing Glenn Beck to use “language” that incites the American people. She then went on to say that there is a tradition in American politics of the paranoid side and the how paranoid side is dangerous. Ailes fired back about an article the Huffington Post ran about him and how ugly it was. Check out the clip below.

As you can see Huffington was correct when she stated the paranoid is dangerous; at least dangerous enough to censor free speech as she seems to be hinting at in this exchange. This is how the progressive left works. If they don’t like the message, then the message is dangerous and must be controlled. It was ok for her to run an attacking article on Ailes, but when confronted with it, she backed down and said they didn’t approve it. Talk about a bunch of hypocrites.

Notice the tactic at the very end. Did you see how BW changed the subject when she saw her friend Arianna in trouble? Turn right on Palin Avenue.

Now who’s paranoid?



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  • Ron Russell February 1, 2010 at 7:56 PM

    They would stiffle everyone's free speech except those they agree with—this is the liberal tactic, right out of "Rules for Radicals".

  • John Carey February 1, 2010 at 9:13 PM

    It absolutely is! Thanks for the comment Ron.