Axelrod: Fox isn't Real News


"White House senior adviser David Axelrod said Sunday that the Fox News Channel is "not really a news station" and that much of the programming is "not really news." "I’m not concerned," Axelrod said on ABC's "This Week" when George Stephanopoulos asked about the back-and-forth between the White House and Fox News. "Mr. [Rupert] Murdoch has a talent for making money, and I understand that their programming is geared toward making money. The only argument [White House communications director] Anita [Dunn] was making is that they’re not really a news station if you watch even — it’s not just their commentators, but a lot of their news programming. "It’s really not news — it’s pushing a point of view. And the bigger thing is that other news organizations like yours ought not to treat them that way, and we’re not going to treat them that way. We’re going to appear on their shows. We’re going to participate but understanding that they represent a point of view.” White House Chief of Staff Rahm Emanuel said on CNN's "State of the Union" that Fox "is not a news organization so much as it has a perspective."
I suppose that makes the Obama 24-Hour Love Channel MSNBC not a "real news organization either". For that matter much of the MSN isn't legit. Frankly this is further proof that the Obama administration is take the Queeg defense for it's incompetence.


By the way, Obama's at 45 percent approval rating and on average more people have turned into Fox News than Obama's weekly addresses. Who's your daddy Axelrod.


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