Tuesday, July 27

Leftist law prof suggested shutting down Fox News

The 400-odd leftist "journalists" who were part of the infamous "Journolist" group have left a cesspool of their thoughts that hopefully will be preserved on the internet for decades. Few glimpses are more revealing than reading what some of these totalitarian-loving collectivists wrote when they thought no one but the members of their carefully-vetted group of like-minded socialists would see it.

Thanks to Tucker Carlson and the crew, a big chunk of the conspiratorial scribblings of these rat-bastards have now been revealed.

One such gem is from Jonathan Zasloff, a law professor at UCLA. It definitely should be preserved for the ages, to show the utter hypocrisy of the left.

Like all the coercion-loving members of Journolist, Zasloff appears to have hated Fox News--presumably because it was the one network that occasionally managed to question some of the scams and stupid policies beloved by the Left.

So how did Zasloff suggest solving the "Fox problem"? By having the (totally Democrat-controlled) federal government simply yank the network's broadcasting license.

“I hate to open this can of worms,” he wrote, “but is there any reason why the FCC couldn’t simply pull their broadcasting permit once it expires?”

This single sentence should hang in the air without comment for a minute or two, as freedom-loving people (and leftists) absorb its implications.

This is how the Left--which constantly raises fears of the possibility of abuses of government power by Republicans--wants government to act.

Hypocritical rat-bastards.


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