September 3, 2010 by USA Post
Major Garrett, May Be Major Garrett left Fox News this week and making his return to the press. Major Garrett is recognized as a shooter right to their reports, often without regard to political bias. Having been recently caught in the crossfire between the top aides of President Obama and Hannity of Fox News, Sean and Glenn Beck, Major Garrett joins National Journal correspondent in Congress.
Meanwhile, Democrats in the U.S. are closing Fox News Corporation for its clear political bias, as evidenced by a donation of 1 million and the Republican Party. A statement from the Democratic Governors Association, said a contribution of 1 million to the Republicans for the parent company of Fox News “crossed a bright line.”
“By contributing to 1 million to the Republican Governors Association, Fox has crossed a bright line. Fox can no longer pretend that it is a fair and balanced” news organization, when Rupert Murdoch green lights a million-dollar contribution to defeat Democratic governors, “the DGA’s statement, released Thursday, he said.
The DGA Executive Director Nathan Daschle issued the statement.
“Again and again, Fox News has defended itself against accusations that it is nothing more than a tool of the Republican Party. Now we know that reality is much worse: they are funding the Republican Party,” the statement said.
The DGA also is accusing Fox News of doing an illegal campaign contribution to a Republican candidate for governor, the Huffington Post reports.
The DGA reportedly filed a complaint with the Ohio Elections Commission accusing Fox of giving candidate John Kasich of Ohio politicians free publicity for his appearance on Fox News earlier this month, enabling it to solicit donations in the air and showing Kasich fundraising Web site address on a graph.
“We talked to other networks and other networks said we have policies against placing campaign Web sites like Fox did,” Daschle told the Huffington Post. “This is not accidental. It is part of a pattern of activities has taken Fox to elect Republicans.”
“The division of Fox News is ignoring the fact that its own parent company made a direct party contribution and unprecedented defeat to the Democrats. This is hypocrisy at worst, and it is a sad day for all of us believe that a media independent and impartial is fundamental to our democracy, “the statement said DGA.
Officials of Fox News, the nation’s cable news channel class, initially declined to comment, ask questions to the parent company, News Corp.
News Corp. spokesman Jack Horner said he rejected the idea that the gift in no way undermines the professional standing of its journalists, National Public Radio reported.
Wednesday night, Fox News published an interview with the president of RGA, Haley Barbour, who said he had asked the head of News Corp., Rupert Murdoch, and asked for the contribution, and there was no involvement with Fox News, Politico reported.
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