Fox News

(also known as Faux News for satirical purposes) is a U.S. cable and satellite news channel that masqurades as a conservative news channel but sometimes promotes feminism and the homosexual agenda, as managed by the globalist Murdoch family. Just when fairness was needed, its news anchor Chris Wallace sided with liberals against President Trump in the first presidential debate of 2020 and the network abondoned its base completely during the 2020 Election as they were the first to call AZ prematurely for Biden while refusing to call other states for Trump on Election night that he had a better chance of winning than Biden did AZ. Then they refused to cover any evidence of fraud. Its viewership responded by turning the channel. Profits from Fox News enhance the wealth of heir James Murdoch, who bankrolls liberal foundations that advance the Leftist agenda for elections and the global warming hoax.

Fox News is a channel that merely regurgitates news originally reported by other sources, with almost no original reporting of its own. It is influenced by dark money and promotes liberal Republicans rather than conservative ones, such as the late John McCain and Lindsey Graham. Some conservatives, including President Trump, noticed the increasing shift to left-wing. On March 27, 2020, Fox fired conservative host Trish Regan for accurately pointing out that the liberal media was overhyping the coronavirus issue as deja vu of their failed attempt to impeach and remove President Trump.

Like all cable networks, the audience of the Fox News Channel is small compared with the internet. Not quite 2.4 million viewers—mostly elderly—watch the Fox News Channel during its peak times. Fox News Channel heavily promotes RINO Backing—commentators who may appear to be conservative but side with RINOs just when it matters most. In the first major 2016 presidential debate, feminist Megyn Kelly of Fox News ambushed Donald Trump with irrelevant, out-of-context quotations to make it appear that he was somehow anti-women. Additional examples on Fox News include Bill O’Reilly, Sean Hannity, Karl Rove, and Rush Limbaugh, who viciously savaged Todd Akin for making a pro-life statement that pregnancy from rape is rare. The Fox News Channel gave Karl Rove a platform to raise money against pro-life Republican candidates, and has repeatedly featured liberal Republicans to help them against conservative rivals in Republican primaries.

Even pundit Sarah Palin is too conservative for Fox News Channel, as when it canceled some of her interviews at a key political moment in August 2012, and then refused to renew her contract at the end of 2012. Fox negotiated a new contract five months later but generally pushed her off the air.

The Fox News Channel favors neoconservatives and is particularly weak in criticizing the homosexual agenda and abortion. The Fox News Channel often helps elect less conservative Republicans, as when it repeatedly featured and promoted John McCain and Chris Christie while excluding their more conservative primary opponents. It drifted further from the conservative movement by petulantly declaring that conservative Newt Gingrich would not be accepted back. In January 2019, Fox News promoted Microsoft’s NewsGuard, which blacklisted conservative organizations such as Breitbart News and Judicial Watch as “fake news.”

On November 9, 2020, former Fox News employee Steven Crowder and his colleagues at Louder with Crowder ran a segment titled, “Fox News Is Not Your Friend! Here’s Why…” detailing how the Fox News Channel is politically correct rather than conservative, and why Fox News is virtually no different in most substantive aspects from the left-wing corporate media. They discussed Fox News’ suspension of Judge Jeanine Pirro for planning to review allegations of voter fraud in the 2020 election; Fox News calling the state of Arizona for Joe Biden before all other mainstream media outlets; Chris Wallace’s subpar performance as a moderator in the first presidential debate of 2020; John Roberts’ false assertions to Press Secretary Kayleigh McEnany that President Trump refused to condemn white supremacy and the former’s temper tantrum after he was criticized for refusing to accept McEnany’s legitimate answer which included numerous quotes from the President directly condemning white supremacy; Fox News’ hiring of former DNC Chairwoman Donna Brazile; and Fox News’ collusion with YouTube to algorithmically promote itself as an “authoritative source” at the expense of smaller, independent creators. Crowder additionally recalled being “muzzled” during his time at Fox News, and argued that the reason he was censored may have been consistent conservatism, not inappropriate humour as he had previously assumed. This heavy and unrestrained criticism of Fox News lasted for over half an hour before the commentators moved on to a different topic.

However, because it is much more conservative than the rest of the mainstream media, Fox News has been fiercely opposed and targeted by liberals, the mainstream media, and even some anti-Trump “conservatives.”


2020 Election

FOX NEWS consistently undersamples independent voters, and often oversamples democrats, driving materially false conclusions. In order to assess the gravity of the situation, we compared FOX NEWS’ data to larger and reliable data sets for comparative purposes.

Chris Wallace revealed himself to be a partisan leftist, an anti-Trump guy, years ago, so Fox News Sunday was no longer a must-watch program.  He exposed his bias in that first presidential debate; that was the final blow for most conservatives who didn’t already despise Wallace.

The Trump campaign pointed out that the director of Fox News’ election decision desk, Arnon Mishkin, was not an impartial observer but rather a staunch supporter of the Democrats. Both the Trump campaign and other observers have argued that it was too early to call Arizona for Joe Biden. Mishkin has reportedly admitted he is a “registered Democrat” who voted for Hillary Clinton in the 2016 election. He also financially contributed to the Obama/Biden campaign in 2008. In his position as head of the decision desk, Mishkin was ultimately responsible for calling Arizona for Biden very early (while voters were still in line to vote), an announcement which made waves in the mainstream media as a crucial victory in Biden’s bid to become president.

Faux FOX, along with the other fake media, called the 2020 Election for Biden despite several states still in dispute and massive evidence of widespread fraud. This was a coordinated coup attempt against the president and the mainstream media had a part to play. Fox News, with only a handful of reporters remaining who were not anti-trumpers and that did a fair job, but even several of those turned during the coup attempt.

Fox News anchor Chris Wallace claimed there was no hard evidence of widespread voter fraud in the presidential election:

“Well, as far as the recounts are concerned, and I saw that former Wisconsin governor Scott Walker said this earlier today, recounts matter if you are talking about 1,000 votes or 600 votes. Something like that. They had a recount in Wisconsin after President Trump won by 20,000 votes in 2016. They switched 131 votes. Biden is ahead by 20,000 votes. There won’t be a recount that finds 20,000 votes to switch that.”

He continued:

“As far as the lawsuits are concerned, that’s the president and his representative’s right to file them. You go back as I do to 2000. We saw a serious legal case there. There was a 537 vote difference between Gore and Bush in Florida. You have the question of the butterfly ballots and the hanging chad. That was a legitimate issue to litigate. You asked John Roberts, is there any hard evidence of fraud? There doesn’t seem to be. There is nothing that rises to the level that it could be enough fraud to switch thousands and thousands of votes between the two candidates.”


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Cohen Group

a globalist organization that is dedicated to selling America out to China. It was founded by former Defense Secretary William Cohen, the Biden deal maker (among others), and is staffed by former defense industry bureaucrats who are cashing out on the blood of American troops. They have two of their four overseas offices in China. “China is a market of enormous opportunity and complexity,” the firm claims. “The Cohen Group’s (TCG) China Practice has a solid record of success with professionals in offices in Beijing, Tianjin and Washington, D.C.”

“Building upon decades of experience, on-the-ground management expertise, and longtime personal and professional relationships throughout the region, TCG’s China Practice helps companies succeed in the Chinese market. TCG enables Fortune 500 companies, as well as small- and medium-sized enterprises, to achieve their commercial goals in China through tailored government, business and media relations strategies,” TCG added.1

WestExec Advisers

A shadowy consulting firm which openly brags about its ability to connect clients to the White House that was founded in 2017 by Tony Blinken – Joe Biden’s pick for Secretary of State. It advertises itself as “quite literally, the road to the Situation Room,” adding “and it is the road everyone associated with WestExec Advisors has crossed many times en route to meetings of the highest national security consequences.

It is particularly well connected to the military-industrial complex. Several of its members are on the boards of weapons manufacturers, and it offers “unmatched networks in defense, foreign policy, intelligence, economics, cybersecurity, data privacy, and strategic communications. The members of the group often appears in the corporate press, peddling political lines that seems to be fully alligned with their clients interests. Several of its members are likely candidates for high-level jobs in future administrations.1

Another WestExec executive, Michèle Flournoy, is a top contender for Secretary of Defense, while former WestExec principal, Avril Haines, is Biden’s pick for director of national intelligence.

Meanwhile, WestExec’s client list is just as secretive.

Because its staffers aren’t lobbyists, they are not required to disclose who they work for. They also aren’t bound by the Biden transition’s restrictions on hiring people who have lobbied in the past year.

Such high-powered Washington consulting firms are “the unintended consequence” of greater disclosure requirements for registered lobbyists, said Mandy Smithberger, director of the Center for Defense Information at the Project on Government Oversight.

By not directly advocating for federal dollars on behalf of their clients, they don’t have to publicly divulge who is paying them and for what activities, such as the connections they make with government agencies, she said. But it is also impossible to assess the influence they have on federal expenditures. –Politico

“They avoid becoming registered lobbyists or foreign agents and are instead becoming strategic consultants,” said Smithberger.

What’s more, WestExec employs a ton of former Democratic national security and foreign policy officials who have been involved in fundraising for Biden’s campaign, have joined his transition team, or have acted as unofficial advisers. In fact, 21 of the 38 WestExec employees listed on the firm’s website donated to the Biden campaign – with Flournoy raising over $100,000 alone.

Five WestExec staffers — all veterans of the Obama administration — are on leave from the firm to help staff Biden’s review teams for the Pentagon, the Treasury Department, the Council of Economic Advisers and other agencies, which are charged with coordinating the transfer of power between outgoing Trump officials and Biden’s appointees.

Two other WestExec principals were among those who briefed Biden a couple of weeks after the election on national security: Bob Work, who served as deputy secretary of defense in the Obama administration and was asked to remain on for the first few months of the Trump administration, and David Cohen, a former deputy director of both the CIA and the Treasury Department who is also in the running for a top post.

Former Obama White House communications director Jen Psaki – also a WestExec employee – is also advising Biden’s transition team, while two former WestExec’ers – Lisa Monaco and Julianne Smith – are under consideration for potential Biden administration hires.

The firm was so well positioned to take over in a Democratic administration that they negotiated a clause in their office lease that they can break it if members are called back to public service, according to American Prospect.

WestExec isn’t the first DC consulting firm staffed by former administration officials who “serve as the government in waiting for the party that’s out of power” according to Meredith McGehee – executive director of Issue One, a Washington good government group (per Politico), adding that while there’s nothing wrong with it – Blinken and other potential Biden Cabinet picks who have worked for firms such as WestExec should go further than the law requires and publicly disclose any clients for whom they’ve done significant work.

Read the rest of the report at Politico

California Endowment

A left-leaning grantmaking organization founded in 1996 as a nonprofit public benefit corporation chartered by the State of California. It bills itself as the largest private health foundation in California with three billion dollars in assets. The Endowment promotes a health care-based advocacy message and mission. However, many of its agenda items focus on left-leaning priorities related to immigration, racial justice, school suspensions, and abortion. The Endowment has received multiple awards for its video campaigns promoting the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, better known as Obamacare.

In an August 2018 interview, Endowment vice president Tony Iton told the American Public Health Association that Building Healthy Communities had accomplished a number of its objectives. Among the objectives were helping one million low-level felons reclassify their crimes as misdemeanors; reducing school suspensions, especially among minority boys; reducing punishments for defying teachers; and using social media, television, and other media resources to promote illegal immigrants. Iton also favorably cited young anti-gun activists, Black Lives Matter protesters, and same-sex marriage advocates as inspirations for generating groundswell activism among younger people.

The California Endowment’s creation in 1996 came after Blue Cross of California purchased Wellpoint Health Networks. Its legal status means it is barred from engaging in political work and from advocating for specific policy prescriptions. However, it provides grants to governmental, non-profit, and religious entities which support a left-leaning agenda. For example, it does not fund groups which “discriminate on the basis of…gender identity and expression” and sexual orientation, which means that no Catholic group or other entity with traditionalist views on marriage and sexuality would be able to receive funding.

The Endowment funds a variety of California-based and national initiatives to support increased government intervention in health care and race and gender-based social changes. Initiatives the Endowment has funded include health care-related reporting at The Sacramento Bee; a 2019 report by the pro-abortion research group Guttmacher Institute which claimed pro-life laws restricting abortion are “not the main driver” of lower abortion rates; a pregnancy awareness and counseling event hosted by the Endowment which promoted abortion; a California-based national coalition of foundations which created a national activism network focused on race and gender, and alleged structural discrimination against minorities who are gender-confused; and the California Urban Partnership, an advocacy coalition which promotes minority business ownership, denounces the War on Drugs as racist, and provides minority business owners special trainings and financial benefits.

The California Endowment raised $256 million in 2018, spending $242 million and ending the year with almost $3.3 billion in assets.

Its grants went to a variety of organizations, such as:

  • 916 Ink, a Sacramento-based creative writing group. California Endowment provided the group $25,000 for youth writing about health-related issues facing student communities.
  • A New Way of Life Reentry Project received over $225,000 to help formerly incarcerated people get back on their feet, as well as to support a film festival and a gala to promote and support them.
  • $510,000 was given to three regional California American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) chapters.
  • $1.7 million went to the Action Council of Monterey, which funds efforts in Salinas Valley related to race-based activism and social change.
  • $100,000 was given to the pro-abortion Guttmacher Institute research group.

Almost $570,000 went to InnerCity Struggle, a liberal organization which pushes left-leaning cultural, educational, and voting policies in the Eastside part of Los Angeles.


The California Endowment’s board and staff leadership are primarily left-leaning, ethnic-based researchers and activists.

Dr. Shawn Ginwright is the Endowment’s Board chair. He is a professor of Africana Studies at San Francisco State University, a co-founder of an education advocacy group, and a senior research associate at the Cesar Chavez Institute for Public Policy.

Vice-Chair Minerva Carcano is a bishop in the United Methodist Church. She primarily advocates for immigrants and people who identify as LGBT. She also backs companies changing their internal structures to match those preferred by the Human Rights Campaign, the largest and most powerful LGBT-interest advocacy organization.

Robert Ross has been president and CEO of the Endowment since 2000. He previously worked in senior health care roles for San Diego County and Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

Executive vice president and Endowment counsel Martha Jiminez has served in multiple senior counsel roles and in left-leaning social change organizations such as Fair Trade USA.

Dr. Tony Iton is senior vice president for health communities. He oversees the Building Healthy Communities initiative.


Tides Foundation

A  San Francisco-based organization which uses a veneer of philanthropy to cloak its real purpose: laundering money to left-wing causes. The Tides Foundation has reportedly received more than $20 million in donations from George Soros’ groups, and Tides shares Soros’ vision for a radical left-wing makeover of Western civilization and the world. Worse, nearly $170 million in tax-payer funded government grants disbursed through its 1996 offshoot sister company, the Tides Center, has passed through this liberal dark money behemoth that houses numerous left-wing groups, tax forms show. Tides has given out money to numerous left-wing groups including ACORN and Project Vote and recently created the Black Lives Matter Support Fund.

Founded by Drummond Pike, a professional political activist who has since retired from the organization, the initial funding for the Tides came from Jane Lehman, heiress to the fortune generated by the Reynolds tobacco conglomerate and an ex-president of the leftist Arca Foundation. The Tides Foundation’s extensive use of donor-advised funds to funnel grants to center-left political nonprofits has led some right-leaning groups to criticize it as a “dark money” group. The Tides Foundation calls itself a “values based infrastructure service for progressive nonprofit work.” Lehman remained chair of the organization’s board of directors until her death in 1988.3

Drummond Pike began his career in political activism in 1970 as associate director for the now-defunct Youth Project in Washington, D.C., a Center for Community Change project formed to give young people with inherited wealth a way to channel donations. Pike pursued a similar model as the basis for the Tides Foundation, using donor-advised funds (DAFs) as a means to incentivize liberal donors to give to Tides since they would play an advisory role in its grantmaking. In 1979, he extended Tides’ operations to include fiscal sponsorship, effectively using Tides’ 501(c)(3) tax-exempt status as an umbrella to incubate new center-left activist nonprofits.


Since its creation, donor-advised funds (DAFs) have formed the basis of the Tides Foundation’s grantmaking services. DAFs act as a kind of “charitable savings account,” enabling donors to gift tax-deductible funds to the Tides Foundation for the organization to invest and grow in individual accounts. Donors may then designate recipients for the Tides Foundation to make grants to from their accounts. This has the added effect of effectively masking (or “washing”) the original donors, since grants from Tides do not reveal which donor directed the funds and the IRS does not require 501(c)(3) nonprofits such as Tides to disclose its donors.

While DAFs are utilized by a wide array of 501(c)(3) nonprofits, Tides specializes in directing grants to center-left activist groups, making it one of the largest pass-through funders to left-wing nonprofits.  The center-right Washington Examiner has characterized Tides as a “dark money” organization for this practice.

Since its inception in 1976, Tides has “scaled more than 1,400 social ventures, fueled social change in 120+ countries, and mobilized more than $3 billion for impact,” according to its website. The far-reaching network—referred to as the Tides Nexus—is a complex set up of eight nonprofit entities. Each of these entities serves a different purpose—from fiscally sponsoring progressive groups to advocacy efforts—and include the Tides Foundation, Tides Center, Tides Network, Tides Advocacy, Tides Inc., Tides Two Rivers Fund, Tides Canada Foundation, and the Harding Rock Fund.

According to its website, the Tides Foundation has worked with over 15,000 individuals and organizations, including “foundations, donors, corporations, social investors, nonprofit organizations, government institutions, community organizations, activists, [and] social entrepreneurs,” and supported hundreds of nonprofit projects in its quest to “accelerate toward a world of shared prosperity and social justice.”

Democratic donors have pushed large sums to Tides primarily through their own grant-making foundations. Millions have been given from the likes of George Soros’s Open Society Foundations, Ford Foundation, Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, Rockefeller Brothers Fund, W.K. Kellogg Foundation, and the William and Flora Hewlett Foundation.

The Tides Center, which acts as a “fiscal sponsor” to nonprofits by providing its 501(c)(3) tax and legal status. This arrangement lets the groups under its umbrella avoid registering with the IRS. Tax grants went to liberal initiatives housed at the Tides Center over a 17-year span between 2001 and 2018 and have steadily increased over time, according to a review of the center’s tax data. It has acted as an anonymous funding avenue for some of the nation’s most prolific Democratic donors.

The Tides Center is as liberal and politically active as they come; its entire purpose is to create new activist groups,” said Scott Walter, president of the Capital Research Center. Walter noted that the Tides Center’s recipient profile on, which posts government grants, shows $34 million in federal funding since 2008. The grants were primarily from the U.S. Agency for International Development and the Department of Health and Human Services. While USASpending is meant to inform the public of where government grants are coming from and where they are going, it contains incomplete data. During the period of time in which the website says the Tides Center received $34 million in federal funding, the group’s own tax forms show that it had received $139 million in government grants.1

In addition to the Black Lives Matter Global Network Foundation, the Tides Center also acts as a fiscal sponsor to the Alliance for Safety and Justice, a social justice organization that benefited from $2 million in grants awarded from the National Football League in 2019. It has acted as an incubation house for numerous environmental, anti-free trade, gun-control, and abortion-rights groups.

Oftentimes these groups pass funds among each other. The Tides Center’s 2018 tax forms show that it pushed seven figures over to the Tides Foundation for general support and projects. The Tides Foundation, likewise, pushed millions to both Tides Advocacy and the Tides Center. Hundreds of thousands more went to the Tides Network, the controlling organization of the Tides Center and Tides Foundation. The Tides Foundation itself shelled out $291 million in grants that year, which primarily benefited numerous outside left-wing groups such as America Votes, Center for Community Change, Center for Popular Democracy, Indivisible Project, and Planned Parenthood, among many others.

The Tides setup has also been emulated by other large-scale liberal dark money networks, including those at Arabella Advisors, a D.C.-based consulting company that manages four nonprofits that act as fiscal sponsors to liberal groups and initiatives.

In 2008, it was learned that Dale Rathke had embezzled nearly $1m dollars from the organization ACORN. Drummond Pike, the founder of Tides, made a donation to make the organization whole. The Tides Foundation is setting up and managing an endowment fund for Wikipedia/Wikimedia, and has given hundreds of thousands of dollars to the organization Thousand Currents.2

Dominion Voting Systems shares an office floor with the George Soros-funded left-wing Tides Foundation in Toronto, NATIONAL FILE reported.

The Tides Foundation has been implicated in a scheme of funneling millions of dollars into Canada from American donors to block joint U.S.-Canadian energy projects. During debate over the construction of the Keystone XL pipeline that would transport Canadian oil to U.S. refineries along the Gulf Coast, it was discovered that much of the Canadian anti-Keystone advocacy was being funded by American environmental donors.

Vivian Krause, a blogger from British Columbia, estimated that between 2000 and 2012 American donors poured roughly $300 million into controversial Canadian environmental groups that meddled with domestic politics. When her journalism uncovered the depth of U.S. donor involvement in Canada, the Canadian government withdrew an $8.3 million funding agreement with the Tides Canada Foundation, a Tides affiliate based in Canada which served as a key conduit for U.S. donors to influence Canadian policies.


Many of the Tides Foundation’s largest donors are center-left grantmaking foundations. The Tides Foundation also receives regular grants from a number of “commercial” donor-advised fund providers (nonprofits associated with for-profit investment companies), including Vanguard Charitable Endowment ProgramFidelity Investments Charitable Gift Fund, and Schwab Charitable Fund. Funds from these DAF providers originate with individual donors or foundations, though they can rarely be traced from the DAF provider to the ultimate grant recipient. Notable grantors between 1998 and 2018 include:

  • Annie E. Casey Foundation: $946,500
  • Arca Foundation: $542,000
  • Bauman Family Foundation: $2,773,787
  • California Endowment: $4,265,828
  • Carnegie Corporation of New York: $823,486
  • David and Lucile Packard Foundation: $492,000
  • Ford Foundation: $26,410,759
  • George Soros’ Foundation to Promote Open Society: $10,259,289
  • George Soros’ Open Society Foundations: $12,130,241
  • Gill Foundation: $3,292,700
  • John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation: $340,986
  • Nick and Leslie Hanauer Foundation: $640,384
  • Oak Foundation USA: $392,754
  • Omidyar Network Fund: $818,000
  • Robert Wood Johnson Foundation: $2,236,350
  • Rockefeller Brothers Fund: $5,373,108
  • Rockefeller Family Fund: $460,914
  • Rockefeller Foundation: $1,661,055
  • Rockefeller Philanthropy Advisors: $3,525,000
  • W.K. Kellogg Foundation: $3,131,201
  • Wallace Global Fund II: $8,621,001
  • William and Flora Hewlett Foundation: $8,317,690