While the Establishment Media calls for armed revolution in the streets, and then gives a platform to every Hollywood limousine liberal who demands that everyone think exactly the same way they do, the Fox News Channel is busying themselves censoring anyone who should make an off-color remark regarding Hillary Clinton.
Case in point: US Air Force vet and current Director of Hispanic Engagement for Turning Point USA, Anna Paulina found herself in a conversation with anchor Rick Leventhal and Democrat Doug Schoen discussing why Hillary Clinton is still in the news, a full two years after her defeat at the hands of Donald Trump.
It was then that Paulina made the off-handed commented of Barack Obama’s Secretary of State: “She won’t go away. She’s like herpes.”
Let me set the scene. Paulina and Schoen were to appear via remote, while Leventhal was live in-studio introducing the topic at hand. When Paulina and Schoen were eventually introduced ionto the live-feed, Leventhal immediately asked Paulina, ‘Anna, where’s this all going?”
It’s pretty obvious that someone on Paulina’s end told her the discussion was regarding President Trump federalizing National Guardsmen to support the Border Patrol. So Paulina spoke at some length regarding the president’s activation orders.
Leventhal interrupted her with “I thought we were talking about Hillary’s emails, but we can talk about the border…”
Caught off-guard, Paulina quickly said, “I was told we were talking about that.
Back on the topic of Clinton somehow still being in the news, Paulina interjected, “She won’t go away, she’s like herpes.”
As reported by TheHill.com;
Leventhal appeared initially stunned at the comment, then said: “Okay, that’s news that were breaking here, not appropriate.”
Paulina was taken off the air as the segment continued.
Leventhal eventually issued an apology, saying that “we are going to wrap this segment a little bit early because of the language that was used in the segment, and we apologize to our viewers for that.”
Fox News anchor Arthel Neville later apologized as well.
“We want to reiterate that we do not condone the language that Anna Paulina just displayed here, and we apologize to Secretary Clinton for that,” Neville said. “Fox News does not condone her sentiment.”
-Paying women and children.
-Flashing gang signs.
-Burning the American flag.
-ALARMING HUMAN trafficking stats.
— Anna Paulina (@realannapaulina) October 23, 2018