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At least Bill Clinton wan't a hypocrite like roger ailes preaching "PURITY."

Really? Didn't he promise that his administration would be the most ethical in history?

 

What came out in the hearings?

 

Slick willy walked to church every Sunday carrying a 10-pound bible.

 

On Palm Sunday 1996, he returned from church to use thaat cigar we've heard so much about.

 

Yah, real honest

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Former Fox News Booker Says She Was Sexually Harassed and ‘Psychologically Tortured’ by Roger Ailes for More Than 20 Years By Gabriel Sherman

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Laurie Luhn at the Fox News 10th Anniversary Reception at Cafe Milano, Georgetown, April 26, 2006. Photo: Courtesy of Laurie Luhn

The morning after Fox News chief Roger Ailes resigned, the cable network’s former director of booking placed a call to the New York law firm hired by 21st Century Fox to investigate sexual-harassment allegations against Ailes. Laurie Luhn told the lawyers at Paul, Weiss that she had been harassed by Ailes for more than 20 years, that executives at Fox News had known about it and helped cover it up, and that it had ruined her life. “It was psychological torture,” she later told me.

So far, most of the women who have spoken publicly about harassment by Ailes in the wake of Gretchen Carlson’s lawsuit had said no to Ailes’s sexual advances. They ran out of hotel rooms, they pulled away from embraces, they complained or avoided or generally resisted, even when it hurt their careers. This is the account of a woman who chose to go along with what Roger Ailes wanted — because he was powerful, because she thought he could help her advance her career, because she was professionally adrift and emotionally unmoored.

Doing so helped Luhn’s career for a time — at her peak, she earned $250,000 a year as an event planner at Fox while, according to both her own account and four confirming sources, enjoying Ailes’s protection within the company. But the arrangement required her to do many things she is now horrified by, including luring young female Fox employees into one-on-one situations with Ailes that Luhn knew could result in harassment. “He’s a predator,” she told me. In recent years, Luhn had a series of mental breakdowns that she attributes to the stress of her situation, and was even hospitalized for a time.

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Luhn recounted her story this week in 11 hours of interviews at her Los Angeles home, in the presence of a family friend who first heard her accounts in 2010, long before there was any public discussion of Ailes’s alleged harassment of women. Luhn’s struggle with mental illness notwithstanding, New York was able to independently corroborate key details in her account, including that she was sexually involved with Ailes for many years, from sources who worked at Fox at the same time she did. Additionally, I viewed documents Luhn retained, including a copy of the $3.15 million severance agreement she signed in 2011 that includes iron-clad nondisclosure provisions.

(Ailes’s attorneys Susan Estrich and Barry Asen did not respond to multiple requests for comment.)

Over the course of the interviews, Luhn alternated between composed, detailed recollections and outbursts of grief, shame, anger, and paranoia. “I've always wondered,” she said, “would the truth come out?”

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Luhn said she first met Ailes in the summer of 1988 at the Washington, D.C., headquarters of the George H.W. Bush presidential campaign. She was 28 and single; he was married and approaching 50. She’d moved from Texas to Washington the year before to work as a flight attendant for Continental Airlines, but she quickly became interested in politics. A volunteer job at the Bush campaign phone bank led to a full-time position in the campaign’s accounting department. After seeing Ailes’s political television ads previewed in the office, she decided she wanted to go into political communications. One Saturday morning right before Labor Day, she introduced herself to Ailes in the elevator at the campaign headquarters. “I’m Laurie Luhn, and I got to see the ads. I'd love to learn how to do that,” she recalled saying. A few days later, she said, Ailes called out to her as he walked by her desk: “If there is ever anything I can do for you, let me know.”

In the fall of 1990, Luhn did call on him for help. She was working on the primary congressional campaign of John Vogt in Central Florida. When it was clear her candidate was going to lose and she would have to return to Washington with no job and mounting bills, she called Ailes in New York at his media consulting company, Ailes Communications.

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Laurie Luhn, Rupert Murdoch and Roger Ailes at the Fox News 10th Anniversary Reception at Cafe Milano, Georgetown, April 26, 2006. Photo: Courtesy of Laurie Luhn

Sometime around Thanksgiving, she said, Ailes called her back. He said he was in D.C. and asked if she wanted to come by his Washington office for an interview before he flew home to New York. Luhn brought a copy of her résumé, listing her final title at the Bush campaign: office manager. “Well, we already got an office manager. I don't really know what you could do,” she recalled Ailes saying. Then, she said, Ailes began asking personal questions: “Where are you from? What is your relationship with your parents like?”

Luhn said Ailes then asked her for a ride to the airport and offered to take her out to dinner. “I had nothing but bills. I was in a horrible panic. I must have told him that over dinner,” she said. Afterward, she drove him to Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport. “We pull up and I say, ‘Thank you so much for dinner.’ He leans over and slips me the tongue and kisses me,” she said, “and hands me a wad of cash. ‘Here's to help you pay some bills,’ he said. It was maybe $200 or $300.” To her at the time, it was a lot of money.

After that, Luhn said, Ailes called her with an offer: He would put her on what she recalled was a $500 monthly retainer to do “research.” Her first assignment was filing Freedom of Information Act requests on Ailes’s competitors Charlie Black, Paul Manafort, and Roger Stone, the latter two of whom are now advising Trump. The retainer also paid for Luhn to be available to meet Ailes when he was in Washington.

On the night of January 16, 1991, Ailes was in Washington to prep George H.W. Bush on his Oval Office address to announce the start of the first Gulf War. Ailes and Luhn again met for dinner. According to Luhn, he asked her to go home, watch the speech, and then meet him at the Crystal City Marriott, where he had a suite. By this point, Luhn understood what Ailes expected of her, but she went with him anyway.

She recalled that, when she walked into the hotel room, Ailes asked her what she thought of Bush’s speech. “I was always very complimentary,” she told me. “I wanted to learn how to do all that. I wanted to learn how to do the ads, how to do the coaching. I wanted to learn how to work with candidates.”

Luhn put on the black garter and stockings she said Ailes had instructed her to buy; he called it her uniform. Ailes sat on a couch. “Go over there. Dance for me,” she recalled him saying. She hesitated. “Laurie, if you're gonna be my girl, my eyes and ears, if you are going to be someone I can depend on in Washington, my spy, come on, dance for me,” he said, according to her account. When she started dancing, Ailes got out a video camera. Luhn didn’t want to be filmed, she said, but Ailes was insistent: “I am gonna need you to do better than that.”

When she had finished dancing, Ailes told her to get down on her knees in front of him, she said, and put his hands on her temples. As she recalled, he began speaking to her slowly and authoritatively, as if he were some kind of Svengali: “Tell me you will do what I tell you to do, when I tell you to do it. At any time, at any place when I call. No matter where I call you, no matter where you are. Do you understand? You will follow orders. If I tell you to put on your uniform, what are you gonna do, Laurie? WHAT ARE YOU GONNA DO, LAURIE?” Then, she recalled, his voice dropped to a whisper: “What are you, Laurie? Are you Roger's whore? Are you Roger's spy? Come over here.” Ailes asked her to perform oral sex, she said.

Later, Ailes showed her the footage of her dancing. She asked him what he intended to do with it and, she says, he replied, “I am going to put it in a safe-deposit box just so we understand each other.”

After that, Luhn said, she regularly met Ailes in hotels for sexual encounters. He asked her to buy a boom box so she could bring music to dance to. Ailes always left cash for her. A couple of times, while he was advising French politician Jacques Chirac, he gave her francs. “I remember I had to go exchange the money,” Luhn said.

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As Ailes moved from politics to television news, Luhn had hopes of going along with him. In 1993, NBC hired Ailes to be president of CNBC. Ailes dangled the prospect of an on-air job at the financial-news channel. “He played me,” said Luhn. “He says, ‘I’d like you to come read for me, but you’ll have to get rid of your Texas accent.’ That’s how he does it. The job obviously never happened.”

In the spring of 1996, Ailes recruited Luhn to work on the launch of Fox News. “Rupert is going to pay for this channel. I want to see if you can come,” she said Ailes told her in the lobby of the Crystal City Marriott. A Fox executive called her a few days later and offered her a job as a “guest relations” staffer on Fox News Sunday, the public-affairs program.

At this point, Luhn could have stayed away from Ailes. She had a job as a legal aide at the lobbying firm Patton Boggs and “was pretty happy,” she recalled. But she chose to go work for him at Fox News. Why would she do this? Luhn’s explanation is that Ailes held her so much in his sway that she couldn’t resist. “I was programmed,” she said. Even today, she said, “sometimes the Stockholm syndrome with Roger slips back, and I am still a little girl trying to impress Daddy Roger.”

Plus, going to Fox moved her career in a direction she wanted it to go. She thought working with the guests on cable news seemed like a glamorous opportunity. “I loved that job,” she said. “I loved booking. I loved building the contacts and making sure that those guests were going to love the experience they would have at Fox News, that they would want to come back.”

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Laurie Luhn and Megyn Kelly at Brit Hume’s Retirement Party at Cafe Milano, Georgetown, January 2009. Photo: Courtesy of Laurie Luhn

At first, Luhn didn’t see much of Ailes at Fox. But after the network was up and running, she said, the hotel meetings resumed. Now he began calling her to New York for encounters. They developed a system. She says that Ailes or Fox executive Bill Shine would call then–Washington bureau chief Kim Hume and tell her there was a “booking meeting” in New York that Luhn needed to attend. (Through a spokesperson, Shine confirmed he called Luhn to New York for booking meetings.)

They met in the afternoons, she said, usually at the DoubleTree in Times Square, sometimes the Renaissance — Fox people preferred the Muse. “It was always the on-my-knees, hold-my-temples routine. There was no affair, no sex, no love,” she said. Ailes continued to give Luhn cash afterward, and she began racking up personal expenses on her Fox News credit card. (Luhn said she always paid the bills back.)

As she was promoted through the ranks at Fox, Luhn worked harder and harder to please Ailes. She zealously promoted the network’s right-wing agenda. “I was very proud of the product. I was very proud of how we handled 9/11. Very proud of how we handled the run-up to the Iraq War,” she said. “My job was to sell the war. I needed to get people on the air that were attractive and articulate and could convey the importance of this campaign. It was a drumbeat.”

Luhn said she sensed her colleagues in the Washington bureau gossiped about her frequent trips to New York and treated her suspiciously. She is convinced that many people at Fox News knew about what was going on with Ailes. “They all knew there was quid pro quo,” Luhn recalled. Two former Fox employees confirmed people knew Ailes was involved with Luhn.

A former colleague in Fox's Washington bureau said that Luhn was "dysfunctional” at work. “No one knew what the heck she did,” the colleague said. “She was a ‘protected person’ and left alone."

Luhn’s relationship with her boss at the time, Washington bureau chief Kim Hume, became strained. Hume threatened to fire her when she submitted an expense report for the DoubleTree hotel, Luhn recalled. “She said, ‘Do you expect me to sign that? I can get you out of here. I’d get you six weeks of severance.’” (Hume did not respond to a request for comment.)

In 2004, Luhn told Ailes about Hume’s suspicions. Ailes came up with a solution: Luhn got a promotion and a raise, and she would report to Ailes’s deputy Shine. Ailes summoned Luhn to New York to tell her the news, Luhn said. Then he told her to call Hume, from his extension, and inform her that she would no longer be reporting to her. She did, she told me, and Hume hung up. Ailes was sending a message to the bureau chief: Luhn was protected by him. Inside Fox News, Luhn became known as an “FOR” — friend of Roger. After the call, according to Luhn, Ailes turned to her and said, “Now, remember, you’re Doris Day. Go put your uniform on, get over to the DoubleTree, and thank me for this."

Around this time, Ailes’s star Bill O’Reilly was accused by a Fox producer named Andrea Mackris of engaging in unwanted phone sex with her. O’Reilly settled with her for a reported $10 million. Despite the obvious risks, Ailes’s sexual demands only grew more intense after he promoted Luhn, she said. On three occasions, twice at the Renaissance and once at the Omni Berkshire, she said, Ailes demanded that she engage in sadomasochistic sex with another woman while he watched. The final such session occurred in the summer of 2005, Luhn recalled. Ailes snapped pictures. Afterward, he left $1,000 on the dresser and invited the two women to a party at Elaine’s on the Upper East Side, Luhn said. “I remember him being there holding court.”

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By 2006, Luhn said, Ailes was regularly demanding phone sex in the office, but the hotel visits had stopped. Instead, said Luhn, Ailes instructed her to recruit young women for him. “You’re going to find me ‘Roger’s Angels.’ You’re going to find me whores,” Luhn recalled Ailes saying on numerous occasions, urging her to send young Fox staffers his way. He had promoted Luhn to director of bookings, which gave her the authority to hire employees. She said she chose women Ailes would be attracted to. “You're not expected to hire unattractive people,” she said.

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Laurie Luhn and Rupert Murdoch at the Fox News Sunday 10th Anniversary Reception at Cafe Milano, Georgetown, April 2006. Photo: Courtesy of Laurie Luhn

Luhn denied ever setting Ailes up with her staff for explicitly sexual purposes, but she did send them in for private meetings with him where she knew they could be exposed to sexual harassment. One woman who worked for Luhn and spoke only on the condition of anonymity said that Luhn sent her to an after-hours meeting with Ailes in his office. According to this woman’s account, Ailes followed the same pattern he used with Luhn many years before: He asked her about her family and career goals and offered to mentor her — perhaps it would give him “energy.” Ailes also asked about the woman’s shoes, she told me, commenting that “women who like shoes also like lingerie.” He also mentioned that he had advised heads of state with “absolute loyalty and discretion,” so that meant she could “tell [him] everything.” The woman said she found the conversation highly inappropriate and uncomfortable. Ailes tried to hug her and she left the meeting shaken. Months later, Luhn fired the woman. She hired a lawyer and signed a settlement with Fox.

Meanwhile, Luhn’s emotional condition worsened. In the winter of 2007, Ailes removed her from the booking department and moved her to event planning, in what was essentially a no-show job. A high-ranking Fox source close to Ailes confirmed that Ailes promoted Luhn into “fake jobs” to keep her “in the tent.”

This job change devastated her, Luhn said. A few days after Ailes gave her the news, she had a mental breakdown en route to a vacation in Mexico, hallucinating during a layover in Atlanta. She called Ailes, who told her not to go to Mexico, Luhn said; Bill Shine called her back and said they had arranged a flight to Houston and she should check into the Four Seasons Hotel there. (A Fox News spokesperson said Shine consulted a New York–based psychiatrist, who recommended that she go home to Texas.) After what she remembered as several days in Texas, Fox flew her back to New York. Shine’s deputy, Suzanne Scott, picked her up at the airport and drove her to the Warwick Hotel on Sixth Avenue, where Luhn recalled that Scott checked her in under Scott’s name. (Through a spokesperson, Scott denies this.) Luhn said she spent several days at the Warwick in a state of delirium.

When she returned to the office, Ailes told her to cut off contact with everyone in the Washington bureau and put her D.C. apartment on the market. A high-ranking Fox source confirmed that Fox moved Luhn to New York so Ailes could monitor her. Luhn remembers staying at the Warwick Hotel for six weeks. During this time, she said, Ailes told her he needed to approve all of her outgoing emails. “I’d show him all the emails I’m getting,” she recalled. For several weeks, he marked them up and would “dictate exactly” how to respond. “You don’t have friends,” she recalled Ailes telling her. “I’m your friend. I’ll protect you.” He told her to also forward her emails to Bill Shine for review, she said. “The second floor” — where top Fox executives work — “was in charge of my life. I wasn’t in charge,” she said. (Through a spokesperson, Shine denies this.)

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According to Luhn, Ailes seemed panicked that she might talk to someone about their sexual encounters. During one staff meeting in 2007, he spotted a bottle of anxiety medication in her purse. (She’d been seeing a Washington, D.C., psychiatrist for insomnia and anxiety since 1999.) After her colleagues left the room, Ailes berated her. “Don’t take pills, and don’t you ever tell that doctor about us!” she recalled him saying. “His whole deal was they can never prove anything about you and me unless you say something. He said that to me for 20 years. Why do you think I got so messed up?”

For the next 18 months, Luhn remained at Fox with few job responsibilities. In late 2010, she moved to California and rented an apartment in Brentwood, while remaining on the Fox News payroll. “She wanted to get away,” her father, George, told me. Alone in California, Luhn said she suffered a nervous breakdown. Fox executives tried to make contact with her. Luhn’s father told me that Bill Shine called him several times. "He wanted to know if I had talked to her,” he said. “They were trying to get hold of her."

Eventually, Luhn went back to Texas, where she grew up. “She was upset and trying to find herself,” her father told me. George Luhn says that Shine recommended a psychiatrist in San Antonio for his daughter. “He did say that they had somebody for Laurie to go see,” he recalled. Through a spokesperson, Shine said he “was only trying to help.” Under that psychiatrist’s treatment, Laurie was hospitalized and medicated. At one point, she tried to kill herself by swallowing a bottle of lorazepam, an anti-anxiety medication.

In late 2010 or early 2011, Luhn said, she wrote a letter to Fox lawyer Dianne Brandi saying she had been sexually harassed by Ailes for 20 years. Brandi did not acknowledge receipt of the letter, but, according to a source, she asked Ailes about the sexual-harassment allegations, which he vehemently denied. Ailes, according to the source, told Brandi to work out a settlement. Luhn hired an attorney to negotiate her exit from Fox.

Through a spokesperson, Brandi declined to comment.

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Laurie Luhn and Bill O’Reilly, undated. Photo: Courtesy of Laurie Luhn

On June 15, 2011, Luhn and Brandi signed a $3.15 million settlement agreement with extensive nondisclosure provisions. The settlement document, which Luhn showed me, bars her from going to court against Fox for the rest of her life. It also precludes her from speaking to government authorities like the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission and the FBI. Not to mention the press. Aware that speaking with New York on the record could pose legal risks, Luhn was insistent that she wanted to tell her story. “The truth shall set you free. Nothing else matters,” she told me. Her family friend also said this is what Luhn wanted.

Last summer, Luhn moved back to Los Angeles from San Antonio. Unemployed and unsure of what to do, she sent Roger Ailes a letter. She shared a copy with me:

Roger,

Last week, as I was walking on the beautiful Santa Monica Beach and pondering my future, I wondered how you would advise me. Since you were my mentor for so many years, it still feels strange when I am unable to consult you...

While I believe forgiveness is very important all the way around, especially if I am to convey that I have moved past the sadness of 2011, I also believe some context and background would be helpful for you to better understand your former protégé at this time.

The past few years have not been easy. Bill Shine sent me to a San Antonio psychiatrist...It was a true nightmare. What I really needed was sleep, and maybe some sort of counseling. Instead, what I got was a doctor who immediately prescribed very dangerous, serious meds. Those drugs made me hallucinate for over a year....You had always said to stay away from meds...It was an extremely frightening ordeal. A woman with a normal brain should not be given serious medication meant for sick people. The only reason I finally got off the drugs was due to an overdose. When my head finally cleared, it was like waking up from a very long, confusing dream.

Sadly, I realized that I’d lost a year and a half of my life. Fortunately, I got some counseling from a competent person who recognized the turmoil I’d experienced. It was a long road to good health, but, by the grace of God, I got there.

Roger, I still want a chance to live a happy, meaningful life filled with kind, interesting people. You gave me the opportunity to work in television news and event planning. I loved working at Fox until the rumors and malicious gossip made it truly unbearable. I endured a great deal. That’s the part that I cannot discuss with your lieutenants. They do not know or are in a position to understand.

The generous financial compensation I received from Fox made the healing possible. I was able to spend time with some people who actually cared about me. For that, I thank you very much. I am deeply grateful….You are in a unique position. I believe that you understand me, and you are also able to recognize my predicament. I need a job in LA. I am asking for your help. Please help me Roger. I have been a good soldier...

A UPS tracking number Luhn provided indicates that the letter was received by the Fox mailroom. Luhn said she never heard from Ailes after she sent it, but did get a call from Brandi, who asked her, “Are you trying to do something to Roger? What is this?” (Brandi did not respond to three requests for comment.)

Luhn continues to struggle with intense periods of anxiety and paranoia. After calling Paul, Weiss last Friday, she sent an email late the following night to Michele Hirshman, the partner leading the 21st Century Fox investigation, expressing panic. The subject line read “Security”: “Michele, my situation has become more serious. The stalking and intimidation was far worse today. I believe my entire house is wired. They are both monitoring and trying to scare me.” (Hirshman did not respond to requests for comment.)

Luhn seems to understand that messages like these do not help her case, that this, coupled with her bouts of mental illness, could make her seem like an unreliable narrator. But the credibility of her account is supported by, among other things, the fact that Fox News paid her millions of dollars to prevent her from telling it. “I am reporting sexual harassment,” she told me. “Whether I am a crazy person or not, I am reporting sexual harassment.”

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Fox News a 'sex-fueled, Playboy Mansion-like cult,' lawsuit claims

By Chuck Barney, cbarney@bayareanewsgroup.com

POSTED: 08/23/2016 10:04:55 AM PDT

The workplace culture at Fox News continues to come under fire. Andrea Tantaros, a former host at the cable network, filed a lawsuit on Monday claiming that she was sexually harassed by not only former Fox News Chief Roger Ailes, but popular prime time host Bill O'Reilly and former Massachusetts Sen. Scott Brown.

The lawsuit, first obtained by The New York Times, describes Fox News as a "sex-fueled, Playboy Mansion-like cult, steeped in intimidation, indecency, and misogyny" and calls Ailes a "sexual predator" who "did not act alone." Tantaros alleges Ailes retaliated against her for rebuffing his advances by removing her from the evening panel-discussion program, "The Five," and ordering the Fox News media relations department to turn against her.

 

The suit also alleges that newly appointed Fox News co-president Bill Shine encouraged Tantaros to drop her harassment claims.

 

Tantaros' suit comes nearly seven weeks after former Fox News host Gretchen Carlson accused Ailes of sexual harassment. Her complaint prompted at least 20 women to come forward with their own stories of harassment at the former Fox News boss. Ailes, who resigned on July 21, has denied all the allegations.

 

Tantaros went public with sexual harassment allegations against Ailes in early August, claiming he made sexually charged comments about her appearance and asked her to "turn around" so he could get a look at her. When she refused, the suit states, she was shifted from the popular 5 p.m. show to a lower-rated midday program.

 

Her lawsuit names several men who Tantaros claims made unwanted sexual comments or advances toward her, including O'Reilly, Brown, Fox News correspondent John Roberts, on-air guest Ben Collins, and actor Dean Cain. None of these men are named as defendants in the case.

 

"Ailes did not act alone," the lawsuit states. "He may have been the primary culprit, but his actions were condoned by his most senior lieutenants, who engaged in a concerted effort to silence Tantaros by threats, humiliation and retaliation."

 

Fox News says the network does not comment on pending litigation. A source with knowledge of the legal proceedings told BuzzFeed News earlier in August that Tantaros was removed from Fox News air over a contract dispute involving her book.

 

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Roger Ailes is the biggest dirtbag in America and he has used the Republican Party for a half century to do unbelievable damage to our nation.



Ailes built a media empire dedicated to demonizing unions, virtually destroying our middle class; he promoted Reagan & the Bush clan & then ignored them as they funded both monsters Saddam & OBL; then Ailes beat the drums for them as they dragged US into failed wars w/MUSLIMS in the Middle East.



While at it, he CONvinced Americans that shifting the tax BURDEN to what middle class was left and the barely rich, and away from the very rich, would create imaginary jobs, as he also demonized marijuana and other drugs, filling our jails and prisons unconstitutionally, creating a prison culture that is bankrupting our states, our nation and our people.



And as Ailes did all of this truly evil chit, he made guns seem cool and necessary to every dirtbag in America.



And all the while Ailes also made sure that his overpaid elite media pigs pinned all of our troubles on liberals and Democrats.



Seriously, no one in our world has had as much power at screwing up our nation and our world as Roger Ailes.



But all of that was not all of it. No, Roger Ailes' history goes way back, all the way to when he was Nixon's media consultant. For 43 years America has been going broke fighting a war against it's own people. It's not a "War on Drugs," it is a war on people; creating a prison culture bankrupting our states and our nation; and Ailes has been there every bit of the way drumming up hate as his war bankrupted our states, our nation and our people with prisons and resultant prison culture.



Next was George Herbert Walker Bush, who as the head of our CIA for several years drew US into involvement with the evil House of Saud and their political repression.


And again, Ailes was Bush's media consultant too.



Next came Ronald Reagan who upped the ante on Nixon's evil war on our people while bashing unions and liberals and shifting the tax burden away from the very rich onto the backs of the barely rich and our Public Debt. And he and Bush, as his Vice President, made deals with Iran and funded monsters like Saddam Hussein and Osama Bin Laden with hundreds of billions of our tax dollars. And again, Ailes was Reagan's media consultant.



And then George Herbert Walker Bush became President and "led" US into war with the very monster he had funded with our tax dollars, again with Roger Ailes as his media consultant.



And then along came GHWB's idiot son George W. Bush who "led" US into even more wars with both monsters Saddam and Osama Bin Laden, after ignoring all threats from Israel and the Clinton White House, and allowing the most horrendous attack on America ever. And again it was Roger Ailes and his "MOST POWERFUL NAME IN CABLE [MEDIA]" that beat the drums for all of it, while doing their damndest to ignore and discount the scandalous evil torture fostered by their gang going back to Nixon, Reagan and GHWB --- Dick Cheney, Donald Rumsfeld, et al.



And now it has come to Donald Trump ready to do who knows what evil damage in the Middle East and to our nation, already talking about defaulting on our debt that George Washington swore to never let happen as long as he could prevent it. Our Debt has financed all of these evil acts all of these decades, but to destroy our credit rating and turn US into another Greek tragedy is just the most despicable thing to allow in our history outside of the Bush Administration's sanctioned torture. Filing bankruptcy multiple times may have assisted Trump in becoming a multi-billionaire, while screwing his investors over, but it would be a fundamental disaster for US as a nation.



And once again, Roger Ailes has supplied the drums for Trump and the evil Republican Party with his screwy talking heads like Bill O'Reilly, Sean Hannity, Neil Cavuto, Stewart Varney, Eric Bolling, Kimberly Guilfoyle, Andrea Tantaros, and the list goes on and on.



And for me, with such little power as one voice amongst millions of Twitter feeds, I find it astonishing that Roger Ailes and his evil Republican Party continue to get away with such evil bankrupting of our nation. Even after more than 5 years on Twitter and many years on earlier bulletin boards, Americans just seem to continue being CONNED by them over and over and over.



Please, "don't get fooled again."


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Roger Ailes is the biggest dirtbag in America and he has used the Republican Party for a half century to do unbelievable damage to our nation.



Ailes built a media empire dedicated to demonizing unions, virtually destroying our middle class; he promoted Reagan & the Bush clan & then ignored them as they funded both monsters Saddam & OBL; then Ailes beat the drums for them as they dragged US into failed wars w/MUSLIMS in the Middle East.



While at it, he CONvinced Americans that shifting the tax BURDEN to what middle class was left and the barely rich, and away from the ELITELY PAID, would create imaginary jobs, as he also demonized marijuana and other drugs, filling our jails and prisons unconstitutionally, creating a prison culture that is bankrupting our states, our nation and our people.



And as Ailes did all of this truly evil chit, he made guns seem cool and necessary to every dirtbag in America.



And all the while Ailes also made sure that his overpaid elite media pigs pinned all of our troubles on liberals and Democrats.



Seriously, no one in our world has had as much power at screwing up our nation and our world as Roger Ailes.



But all of that was not all of it. No, Roger Ailes' history goes way back, all the way to when he was Nixon's media consultant. For 43 years America has been going broke fighting a war against it's own people. It's not a "War on Drugs," it is a war on people; creating a prison culture bankrupting our states and our nation; and Ailes has been there every bit of the way drumming up hate as his war bankrupted our states, our nation and our people with prisons and resultant prison culture.



Next was George Herbert Walker Bush, who as the head of our CIA for several years drew US into involvement with the evil House of Saud and their political repression.


And again, Ailes was Bush's media consultant too.



Next came Ronald Reagan who upped the ante on Nixon's evil war on our people while bashing unions and liberals and shifting the tax burden away from the very rich onto the backs of the barely rich and our Public Debt. And he and Bush, as his Vice President, made deals with Iran and funded monsters like Saddam Hussein and Osama Bin Laden with hundreds of billions of our tax dollars. And again, Ailes was Reagan's media consultant.



And then George Herbert Walker Bush became President and "led" US into war with the very monster he had funded with our tax dollars, again with Roger Ailes as his media consultant.



And then along came GHWB's idiot son George W. Bush who "led" US into even more wars with both monsters Saddam and Osama Bin Laden, after ignoring all threats from Israel and the Clinton White House, and allowing the most horrendous attack on America ever. And again it was Roger Ailes and his "MOST POWERFUL NAME IN CABLE [MEDIA]" that beat the drums for all of it, while doing their damndest to ignore and discount the scandalous evil torture fostered by their gang going back to Nixon, Reagan and GHWB --- Dick Cheney, Donald Rumsfeld, et al.



And now it has come to Donald Trump ready to do who knows what evil damage in the Middle East and to our nation, already talking about defaulting on our debt that George Washington swore to never let happen as long as he could prevent it. Our Debt has financed all of these evil acts all of these decades, but to destroy our credit rating and turn US into another Greek tragedy is just the most despicable thing to allow in our history outside of the Bush Administration's sanctioned torture. Filing bankruptcy multiple times may have assisted Trump in becoming a multi-billionaire, while screwing his investors over, but it would be a fundamental disaster for US as a nation.



And once again, Roger Ailes has supplied the drums for Trump and the evil Republican Party with his screwy talking heads like Bill O'Reilly, Sean Hannity, Neil Cavuto, Stewart Varney, Eric Bolling, Kimberly Guilfoyle, Andrea Tantaros, and the list goes on and on.



And for me, with such little power as one voice amongst millions of Twitter feeds, I find it astonishing that Roger Ailes and his evil Republican Party continue to get away with such evil bankrupting of our nation. A certain minority of Americans just seem to continue being CONNED by them over and over and over.



Please, "don't get fooled again."



TOO LATE, it "happened" AGAIN!


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With the passing of Roger Ailes, America has lost one of its last great patriotic journalists.

 

Rest in peace.

Calling yourself a "patriot" doesn't make u 1. Ailes was a pig who divided our country in the worst ways. How many kids in the red states no longer appreciate unions or higher education because their daddies imparted that "wisdom" to them after "learning" it on Fox Noise? & now they whine that they can't find good paying jobs. SO STUPID; so sad!

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Roger Ailes was the biggest dirtbag in America and he used the Republican Party for a half century to do unbelievable damage to our nation.



He built a media empire dedicated to demonizing unions, virtually destroying our middle class; he promoted Reagan & the Bush clan & then ignored them as they funded both monsters Saddam & OBL; then Ailes beat the drums for them as they dragged US into failed wars w/MUSLIMS in the Middle East.



While at it, he CONvinced Americans that shifting the tax BURDEN to what middle class was left and the barely rich, and away from the ELITELY PAID, would create imaginary jobs, as he also demonized marijuana and other drugs, filling our jails and prisons unconstitutionally, creating a prison culture that is bankrupting our states, our nation and our people.



And as Ailes did all of this truly evil chit, he made guns seem cool and necessary to every dirtbag in America.



And all the while Ailes also made sure that his overpaid elite media pigs pinned all of our troubles on liberals and Democrats.



Seriously, no one in our world has had as much power at screwing up our nation and our world as Roger Ailes.



But all of that was not all of it. No, Roger Ailes' history goes way back, all the way to when he was Nixon's media consultant. For 43 years America has been going broke fighting a war against it's own people. It's not a "War on Drugs," it is a war on people; creating a prison culture bankrupting our states and our nation; and Ailes has been there every bit of the way drumming up hate as his war bankrupted our states, our nation and our people with prisons and resultant prison culture.



Next was George Herbert Walker Bush, who as the head of our CIA for several years drew US into involvement with the evil House of Saud and their political repression.


And again, Ailes was Bush's media consultant too.



Next came Ronald Reagan who upped the ante on Nixon's evil war on our people while bashing unions and liberals and shifting the tax burden away from the very rich onto the backs of the barely rich and our Public Debt. And he and Bush, as his Vice President, made deals with Iran and funded monsters like Saddam Hussein and Osama Bin Laden with hundreds of billions of our tax dollars. And again, Ailes was Reagan's media consultant.



And then George Herbert Walker Bush became President and "led" US into war with the very monster he had funded with our tax dollars, again with Roger Ailes as his media consultant.



And then along came GHWB's idiot son George W. Bush who "led" US into even more wars with both monsters Saddam and Osama Bin Laden, after ignoring all threats from Israel and the Clinton White House, and allowing the most horrendous attack on America ever. And again it was Roger Ailes and his "MOST POWERFUL NAME IN CABLE [MEDIA]" that beat the drums for all of it, while doing their damndest to ignore and discount the scandalous evil torture fostered by their gang going back to Nixon, Reagan and GHWB --- Dick Cheney, Donald Rumsfeld, et al.



And now it has come to Donald Trump ready to do who knows what evil damage in the Middle East and to our nation, already talking about defaulting on our debt that George Washington swore to never let happen as long as he could prevent it. Our Debt has financed all of these evil acts all of these decades, but to destroy our credit rating and turn US into another Greek tragedy is just the most despicable thing to allow in our history outside of the Bush Administration's sanctioned torture. Filing bankruptcy multiple times may have assisted Trump in becoming a multi-billionaire, while screwing his investors over, but it would be a fundamental disaster for US as a nation.



And once again, Roger Ailes has supplied the drums for Trump and the evil Republican Party with his screwy talking heads like Bill O'Reilly, Sean Hannity, Neil Cavuto, Stewart Varney, Eric Bolling, Kimberly Guilfoyle, Andrea Tantaros, and the list goes on and on.



And for me, with such little power as one voice amongst millions of Twitter feeds, I find it astonishing that Roger Ailes and his evil Republican Party continue to get away with such evil bankrupting of our nation. A certain minority of Americans just seem to continue being CONNED by them over and over and over.



Please, "don't get fooled again."



TOO LATE, THEY DID AGAIN!



U can fool half the hicks in the sticks half the time, & the other half hate it!


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roger ailes is the biggest dirtbag in America.

 

He built a media empire dedicated to demonizing unions, virtually destroying our middle class; he ignored reagan & the bushCLAN as they funded both monsters saddam & obl, then beat the drums as they dragged US into failed wars w/MUSLIMS in the Middle East.

 

While at it, he CONvinced Americans that shifting the tax BURDEN to the middle class away from the VERYrich would create imaginary jobs, as he also demonized marijuana & other drugs, filling our jails & prisons UNconstitutionally, creating a prison culture that is bankrupting our states, our nation & our people.

 

& as he did all of this truly evil chit, he made guns seem cool & necessary to every dirtbag in America.

 

& all the while he also made sure that his OVERpd.ASSHOLEpigBREATHmouths pinned all our troubles on liberals & Democrats.

 

Seriously, NO1 in our WORLD has had as much power at fuking up our nation & the WORLD as roger ailes.

 

Didn't your mother tell you not to speak ill of the dead?

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Didn't your mother tell you not to speak ill of the dead?

what we have here is a universal teachable moment, Supratruth spoke the same way about roger when alive as he does after his death just track the date and time of the posts. Nothing changed except you and he honors what doesn't exist physically more than how things exist self evidently. Removing leaders of denial doesn't stop the fellowships trained to continue without their leaders. Chain of command already has replacements in place, it is why societal evolutionists maintain social justification protocols. The P's of reality. Physicists, psychologists, priests, politicians, professors, philosophers, philanthropists, etc.

 

In the spiritual sense of Cristianity "Deliever us from temptation" means teaching honesty about living as one of a kind only eternally separated now while occupying space in this atmosphere. You know, that we are all created equally, ancestrally regardless plant, animal, predator, preyed upon, male, female.

Natural balancing isn't an order, it is functions cycling between molecular expansion and cellular contraction within one position of perpetually balancing use of periodic table displacements be it planetary or biologically adapting in one universal position.

 

You(any caricature of humanity) make speculation around what if scenarios greater significance than how does everything remain separated simultaneously here. Always thinking out of the moment, why? Cannot face what your ancestry allowed you to become in character instinctively?

 

I did and I didn't like who I became, so I became all I will ever remain while alive. Just another one male of ancestry within homo sapien existence living one lifetime at a time now. Complete understanding of how and why everything is physically self evident, until trained to believe now isn't Eternity.

 

then all Hell erupts eternally or extinction of humanity's mind over matter pretenses.

 

Welcome to intellectual Armageddon the choice is yours, I made mine already, I stopped fighting against Eternity and accepted I am only eternally separated now biologically. Peace in brain, body, sole placement of ancestral progression so far.

 

I achieved what everyone else doesn't want found. And look, I use economic rule of 72 and this is the 72nd post of this nearly 2 year old thread validating my thinking time is stationary while details never duplicate as before again, simple compounding interest between conflicting social interpretations practiced ancestrally the actual Eternal Hell prohecized in spiritual context, literature, and rule of law legislating social justification taking precedence over natural displacement.

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Roger Ailes was the biggest dirtbag in America and he used the Republican Party for a half century to do unbelievable damage to our nation.

 

He built a media empire dedicated to demonizing unions, virtually destroying our middle class; he promoted Reagan & the Bush clan, & then ignored them as they funded both monsters Saddam & OBL. But then Ailes beat the drums for the Bushes as they dragged US into failed wars w/MUSLIMS in the Middle East.

 

While at it, Ailes convinced Americans that shifting the tax BURDEN to what middle class was left and the barely rich, and away from the ELITELY PAID, would create imaginary jobs, all as he also demonized cannabis and other drugs, filling our jails and prisons unconstitutionally, creating a prison culture that is bankrupting our states, our nation and our people.

 

And as Ailes did all of this truly evil chit, he also worked to make guns seem cool and necessary to every dirtbag in America.

 

And all the while, Ailes also made sure that his overpaid elite media pigs pinned all of our troubles on liberals and Democrats.

 

Seriously, no one in our world has had as much power at screwing up our nation and our world as Roger Ailes.

 

But all of that was not all of it. No, Roger Ailes' history goes way back, all the way to when he was Nixon's media consultant. For 43 years America has been going broke fighting a war against it's own people. It's not a "War on Drugs," it is a war on people; creating a prison culture bankrupting our states and our nation; and Ailes has been there every bit of the way drumming up hate as his war bankrupted our states, our nation and our people with prisons and resultant prison culture.

 

Next was George Herbert Walker Bush, who as the head of our CIA for several years drew US into involvement with the evil House of Saud and their political repression.

And again, Ailes was Bush's media consultant too.

 

Next came Ronald Reagan who upped the ante on Nixon's evil war on our people while bashing unions and liberals and shifting the tax burden away from the very rich onto the backs of the barely rich and our Public Debt. And he and Bush, as his Vice President, made deals with Iran and funded monsters like Saddam Hussein and Osama Bin Laden with hundreds of billions of our tax dollars. And again, Ailes was Reagan's media consultant.

 

And then George Herbert Walker Bush became President and "led" US into war with the very monster he had funded with our tax dollars, again with Roger Ailes as his media consultant.

 

And then along came GHWB's idiot son George W. Bush who "led" US into even more wars with both monsters Saddam and Osama Bin Laden, after ignoring all threats from Israel and the Clinton White House, and allowing the most horrendous attack on America ever. And again it was Roger Ailes and his "MOST POWERFUL NAME IN CABLE [MEDIA]" that beat the drums for all of it, while doing their damndest to ignore and discount the scandalous evil torture fostered by their gang going back to Nixon, Reagan and GHWB --- Dick Cheney, Donald Rumsfeld, et al.

 

And now it has come to Donald Trump ready to do who knows what evil damage in the Middle East and to our nation, already talking about defaulting on our debt that George Washington swore to never let happen as long as he could prevent it. Our Debt has financed all of these evil acts all of these decades, but to destroy our credit rating and turn US into another Greek tragedy is just the most despicable thing to allow in our history outside of the Bush Administration's sanctioned torture. Filing bankruptcy multiple times may have assisted Trump in becoming a multi-billionaire, while screwing his investors over, but it would be a fundamental disaster for US as a nation.

 

And once again, Roger Ailes has supplied the drums for Trump and the evil Republican Party with his screwy talking heads like Bill O'Reilly, Sean Hannity, Neil Cavuto, Stewart Varney, Eric Bolling, Kimberly Guilfoyle, Andrea Tantaros, and the list goes on and on.

 

And for me, with such little power as one voice amongst millions of Twitter feeds, I find it astonishing that Roger Ailes and his evil Republican Party continue to get away with such evil bankrupting of our nation. A certain minority of Americans just seem to continue being CONNED by them over and over and over.

 

Please, "don't get fooled again."

 

TOO LATE, THEY DID AGAIN!

 

U can fool half the hicks in the sticks half the time, & the other half hate it!

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