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HORRIBLE. FOX News Pushes Fake Impeachment Poll… 49% of Those Questioned were Democrats!

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It’s a sad day when Fox News starts heading in the direction of CNN and MSNBC, but that day has come. Under the guidance of James Murdoch, the liberal son of Rupert, Fox has seen a migration from the news to propaganda.

On Sunday, Chris Wallace was practically reaching orgasm as he read the latest Fox Poll, claiming that 49% of Americans want Trump impeached and run out of office. The polling was every bit skewed left as Wallace himself is.

In order to get the results they wanted, Fox news overrepresented Democrats by 19%. Instead of 30% D, 30% R, and 40%I, they used 49% D, 41% R, and 10% I.

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Independents trend to President Trump, so by using these numbers, they get the anti-Trump fervor they can’t get in an honest poll.

So, instead of 49% of America favoring impeachment and removal, the real headline should be Republicans and Independents overwhelmingly oppose impeachment. Where have you gone, Fox News? This is nothing new.

I gave up watching Fox years ago, even for election coverage. It’s much more fun watching the clowns at CNN and MSNBC holding back the tears.

From The Gateway Pundit

The Fake News liberal media continues to flood the airwaves with lies and distortions about the sham impeachment investigation by Democrats in Washington DC.

The Democrats and their media understand that they must continue to lie to the American public or be found out.

The fake news media knows who the Schiff Anti-Trump leaker is — They just don’t want to report it because it will ruin their narrative in the impeachment investigation.
The Democrat media knows the truth will destroy them.

 

 

 


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