Fox News Election
November 3, 2010 by staff
In the network cable Rupert Murdoch, the man who was born and nurtured the movement of the tea party, election day was the culmination of two years of hard work to reduce Barack Obama – and it was time for the air celebrating a job well done.
“It’s an earthquake,” rejoiced own Fox Sarah Palin after learning the news is not surprising that the Republicans gain control of the house. “This is a damn big deal.”
“It’s retaliation,” Fox News contributor (and after columnist) Charles Krauthammer contributed.
“I have one word,” said Sean Hannity. “History.”
And Chris Wallace struggled for words. “Giant – no elections and the election tsunami waves, he thought.
Is cheerleading for the last day of the election cycle of 2010 is expected. Murdoch and News Corp. took the unusual decision to donate U.S. $ 1.25 million for the Republican Governors Association and one and 1 million for the U.S. Chamber of Commerce, which has led efforts to fight the Democrats. According to the report of the liberal media monitoring issues, at least 30 Fox News personalities have supported, to do fundraising, or on behalf of GOP candidates or a group of over 600 cases in 47 states.
Prospective GOP presidential candidate Sarah Palin and Mike Huckabee’s Fox News parties – the fusion of political parties and journalists, which will become more difficult for the network, now that Republicans have gained more power and are preparing for the forthcoming election campaign . However, concerned the next day, election day, it was time for a victory lap.
“Many Americans are waiting for this day,” said Glenn Beck, crediting his “monumental” efforts to strengthen the movement of the tea party and the “amazing things” that resulted.
long-term correspondent Brit Hume of Fox fell mid-morning on Tuesday, predicting a “great Democratic runoff, and why:” a turning point, Bill, in this election cycle, did the activists threw a party area with the Republicans. .. – The marriage is in much of Fox News.
The story does not hold, as well as a team, “Fox News” set. Tea Party lost favorites, and some of the figures easily won the Republican establishment. Exit polls indicated the majority of them are indifferent or against the tea party, and the number of voters for the abolition of the Public Health Act was accompanied by a number saying that the law be maintained or even increase.
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