New York City Fuhrer Bill de Blasio wants to shut down Fox News so that the country will become more unified, you know, like Hitler silenced his opposition press to unify Germany around the idea of genocide. Yeah, like that.
“We would be a more unified country,” de Blasio dreamed, as though conservatives would stop being conservatives and ascribing to conservative ideals and principles as long as all the news they could watch on TV is the Alphabet Network Club (ABC, CBS, CNN, MSNBC, NBC) and their twisted, leftist fake news. “We would not be suffering a lot of the negativity and divisiveness we’re going through right now. I can’t ignore that,” whined New York City’s Fascist-in-Chief.
Well, Adolf, I don’t watch Fox News at all and haven’t for three years and two days, since Megyn Kelly showed her ass and her hatred on live television at the first GOP presidential debate. I was a raging conservative then and I am an even more raging conservative now. Thus, your premise is pure bullshit!
— The Hill (@thehill) August 7, 2018
What a coincidence! That's almost verbatim what Hitler said 80 years ago. Like you, he knew how to unify a country – just get rid of everyone who disagrees with you. Works every time! pic.twitter.com/FHtykaDW3r
— Thomas Madison (@tmadison200) August 9, 2018
This didn’t take long. Pretty big step to want to shut down the highest rated news channel in America. This seriously is getting out of hand. The few Democrats who aren’t yet completely insane should stand against this talk. After all it’s easy for winds to shift… https://t.co/d37LxsKPop
— James Woods (@RealJamesWoods) August 8, 2018
Says the guy who tried to keep Chick-fil-A out of NYC because it’s owned by Christians. https://t.co/ZWjI6tcCEU
— Katie Pavlich (@KatiePavlich) August 7, 2018
This idiot is confusing "unified" with compulsory "conformity." There is a difference, you know.
— dirtydog1776 (@dirtydog1776) August 8, 2018
America would be hopelessly lost if not for @FoxNews
— Mike Borrello (@CsmcPhlospher) August 8, 2018
We would be a united country if we all accepted Sharia law right now.
— James Hageman (@ubivoli) August 8, 2018