August 24, 2010, - 3:40 pm

MUST SEE VIDEO: FOX News’ Hypocrisy on Ground Zero Mosque Financier (FOX News OWNER Prince Al-Waleed)

By Debbie Schlussel

As you may know, FOX News’ second biggest shareholder, Saudi Prince Al-Waleed Bin Talal–an Islamic terrorism financier–is also a big financier of the Ground Zero Mosque Imam Feisal Abdul Rauf.  Back in 2005, I was the first to report that the Prince bought 5.46% of FOX News parent company, News Corp. Since then, he increased his stake and ties with FOX News owner Rupert Murdoch, as I’ve also noted on this site.  As I’ve also reported, Al-Waleed was a large donor to Palestinian homicide bomber telethons, hates America, etc. That’s why I call FOX News Channel, “PAWNN”–the Prince Al-Waleed News Network. And now you’re being pawned (and pimped) by PAWNN.

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I’ve noted the hypocrisy of former Bush employee and major Islamo-enabler, Dan Senor, who F-d things up in Iraq in the first months that we went to war there, and who, before that, helped his boss, pan-Islamist Arab and CAIR supporter Spencer Abraham, send nearly $100 million in US tax money to Hezbollah, elevate CAIR on Capitol Hill, prevent the then-INS from tracking aliens on our shores, and attack Israel.  All of these things are far more harmful to America vis-a-vis Islam than the two-blocks-from-Ground-Zero mosque Senor is now jumping on the bandwagon to oppose.  And, with that, Senor is engaged in further hypocrisy, since he knows who owns FOX News, and he knows who the guy to whom he only refers as “the guy” (in the FOX News video, below) is–Prince Al-Waleed, the man who finances Dan Senor’s paychecks as a FOX News contributor. And, as I also reported, Senor himself is sloppy seconds for his wife, Dale Alma Campbell Brown, Jr. a/k/a Campbell Brown, who, um, “dated” (that’s a polite euphemism for shtupped) Saudi Ambassador and terrorism supporter Adel Al-Jubeir.  The same goes for Sean Hannity.  It’s sad when liberal websites are the watchdogs on Vannity’s similar hypocrisy on Prince Al-Waleed.  But they are.

Normally, I loath Jon Stewart, but, sorry, he and his team are 100% correct on this one with regard to FOX News’ lying and hypocrisy in summarizing the same stuff I’ve been saying about FOX News a/k/a PAWNN for years on this site and elsewhere.  (But didn’t know that Gretchen Carlson isn’t familiar with the word, “ignoramus,” and after looking it up, still isn’t–WOW, whatta frickin’ moron!)  Hey, FOX News, you got caught with your pants down, and that is one very big, ugly halal ass we’re seein’–WATCH THE WHOLE THING:

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Don’t look for car loan fraud criminal Scamela Geller (who will do and say anything to get on FOX News, including say she has no problems with mosques, Islam, or Muslims in America) and the other Ground Zero mosque frauds, like FOX News contributors Sarah Palin and Newt Gingrich, to call FOX News out for this fakery.

If you watch FOX News’ coverage of the Ground Zero mosque and the terrorist ties of “the guy” who won’t be named a/k/a FOX News’ second largest shareholder, Prince Al-Waleed Bin Talal, you are a pawn of PAWNN and making him even more wealthy.

Prince Al-Waleed Bin Talal is laughing all the way to the bank . . . and the Palestinian homicide bomber telethon . . . and the Ground Zero mosque financing. Joke’s on you.

Thanks to reader California Screaming for the tip. He write:

I know when you speak about our fight against Islam, it isn’t with a forked tongue like Fox. Also, last week, Vannity had Guiliani on last week and he bragged about he denied Prince Alaweed’s offer of money after 9/11. Not a peep from Vannity.

Yup, no shocker. We Report (On “The Guy” We Won’t Identify Because He Owns the Network), You Decide.

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43 Responses

Yup…. FOX NEWS is never to go against the interests of the guy who signs their employees’ paychecks. If you’re looking for “fair and balanced” reporting on Islam in America, you’ll have to look elsewhere.

Like on this site.

NormanF on August 24, 2010 at 3:54 pm

Speaking of “dhimmi”, the Elder Of Ziyon has a song out that sadly captures the spirit of our era:

Part I:

Did you hear about the Christians protesting so much for Palestinians?
They have malls and hotels yet demand more money from the West by billions,
They pretend that Muslims protect the Christians still living in Bethlehem
They can’t see that Islam is working overtime to just get rid of them,

But Dhimmis don’t notice the Christians fleeing there,
They don’t believe what their own eyes are seeing there,
They will surely lose,
When all they blame are Jews.

Christian population in the West Bank has gone down about 50%,
Protestant Churches cannot be bothered to find out exactly why they went,
Bombs are thrown in churches, fires, threats, injuries and sometimes even Christian deaths,
While Christians flee the West Bank plenty are safe in Israel’s Nazareth.

But Dhimmis don’t notice the Christians fleeing there,
They don’t believe what their own eyes are seeing there,
They will surely lose,
When all they blame are Jews.

NormanF on August 24, 2010 at 4:06 pm

THANKS DEBBIE FOR THIS VIDEO AND NEWS INFORMATION…WE KNOW WE CAN RELY ON YOUR UP TO DATE NEWS AND INFOS! TAKE CARE.

RAMON MENDOZA on August 24, 2010 at 4:13 pm

Sorry Deb, love your column, but can’t get through ten minutes of that self-hating douchebag, Jon Stewart.

JG: Normally, I agree. But in this case, skip the first minute, then watch the rest. You’ll see it’s worth it. DS

Jon Grant on August 24, 2010 at 4:22 pm

    Jon, she’s right this time.

    Normally, I don’t give a rat’s rear end for Prince Al-Waleed’s network but once in awhile even a pan-Islamist news service gets it right.

    Follow her advice.

    NormanF on August 24, 2010 at 5:50 pm

Did you hear that Vannity is going to do a special report on this subject? And in the same report, he is going to detail all of the money he has been stealing from his charity that is supposed to help our wounded or dead warrior’s families. If you can’t tell, I made that up. There is no way that scumbag would admit to any of this unless he could make a buck off of it or beat Beck in the ratings.

Jarhead on August 24, 2010 at 5:26 pm

    Sure he will… when he’s cold and six feet under. And much of the “conservative” media haven’t gone near Debbie’s story. Oh their fearlessness! But it always seems to stop short as I’m sure you know, when its one of their own with his hands caught in the cookie jar.

    Like Sean Hannity!

    NormanF on August 24, 2010 at 7:34 pm

      NormanF – you have got that right, they will never report on their own people. All you need to do is look at the top three weasels that are on Fox; a pervert, a scam artist and a drunk. Hey, that doesn’t sound too far off from how describe most of the other cable news channel’s people.

      Jarhead on August 24, 2010 at 11:09 pm

    Its just that FOX won’t say anything controversial. When you’ve got a Saudi investor, are you going to say thing outright negative about his country and Islam in general?

    I rest my case.

    NormanF on August 25, 2010 at 10:23 am

Rudy Giuliani speaks with a forked tongue also.
In 2002, Giuliani formed Giuliani Partners LLC. Among the firm’s clients was Qatar Minister Abdullah bin Khalifah Al Thani, who has numerous ties to al-Qaeda and, in the 1990s, helped Khalid Sheikh Mohammed (known as the mastermind of the 9/11 attacks) elude the FBI.
In 2005, Giuliani became a partner in the law firm of Bracewell & Patterson, later renamed Bracewell & Giuliani.
In March of 2007, according to a May 15, 2007 AP story, Bracewell & Giuliani, the law firm of which Rudy is a name partner, “filed papers in a Texas case on behalf of Saudi Arabia’s oil ministry — taking sides with another energy giant, Citgo, which is controlled by Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez, a Bush administration critic (fifteen of the nineteen 9/11 suicide terrorists were Saudi Arabia citizens).”

ramjordan on August 24, 2010 at 5:37 pm

Part II:

* Dhimmi can you hear me?
* Why do you blame the Jews?
* Dhimmi why can’t you see?
* Soon they’ll come after you!
Oh, Dhimmi, dhimmi, dhimmi, dhimmi,
They’ll come after you!

Did you hear about the Christians protesting so much for Palestinians?
They have malls and hotels yet demand more money from the West by billions,
They pretend that Muslims protect the Christians still living in Bethlehem
They can’t see that Islam is working overtime to just get rid of them.

NormanF on August 24, 2010 at 5:43 pm

But Dimmis don’t notice the Christians fleeing there,
They don’t believe what their own eyes are seeing there,
They will surely lose,
When all they blame are Jews.

NormanF on August 24, 2010 at 5:47 pm

This is the site where you learn that the ones who you think are on your side are not.

I now have changed my mind on Fox news. They are hypocrites. Sad.

Skunky on August 24, 2010 at 5:59 pm

    Me too. I actually used to think that they were “fair & balanced” but sadly, they are a bunch of Douchebag’s who lie to hide Reality. aka “the truth”.

    ALL NEWS TODAY IS NOTHING MORE THAN Nazi/commie PROPAGANDA, disguised as unbiased “news”. Yeah right, if you believe that, I got a bridge in Mackinac to sell you…

    AH was actually right when he said something like: “its a good thing most people in public are so stupid”…

    Who cares? on August 24, 2010 at 6:33 pm

      oops…If you do NOT believe that, then I got a bridge to sell you…

      Who cares? on August 24, 2010 at 6:36 pm

Deb, You’ve referred to Pamela Geller as “…car loan fraud criminal Scamela Geller…” in numerous columns.

But I’m unable to locate anything on the web that implicates her in the scam. She was divorced from her husband (Michael Oshry) at the time, and he was never charged.

guitarguy on August 24, 2010 at 6:05 pm

Right on! I couldn’t have said it better myself…

Does anybody know who “funds” Comedy Central? i.e Who signs his paycheck?

Follow the so-called “money” and you will find the truth, but sadly, most people can NOT handle the truth.

Who cares? on August 24, 2010 at 6:23 pm

I guess Dan Senor has been around the politicians too much. He wheedles around from position to position to suit his opportunist needs just like the politicians, and almost all of the talk show host(esse)s.

Jon Stewart has, at least for the moment, elevated his performance from his earlier interview with Blago a few days ago.

Little Al on August 24, 2010 at 6:31 pm

I bet you won’t hear a peep from the two beta male “unHot Airhead” bloggers either about who is financing the Ground Zero Mosque. Their boss, Michelle Malkin, is too interested in promoting herself on Fox News.

JM on August 24, 2010 at 6:49 pm

Any one who works for FOX doesn’t go near certain subjects. Conflict of interest? Sure but you won’t find them disclosing it to their viewers.

Like the old saying has it, the guy who signs the check has the real clout.

NormanF on August 24, 2010 at 7:17 pm

FOX’s hypocrisy will lead people to believe we are in the same boat as them. They damage the credibility of anyone who has true objections against Islam. People will be led by MSNBC, CNN or Jon Stewart to say we are all hypocrites. If it all backfires FOX will be to blame.

CaliforniaScreaming on August 24, 2010 at 7:17 pm

http://www.popmodal.com/video/6092

BoKnows on August 24, 2010 at 8:31 pm

Following the money also leads to some paychecks for queen of the conservatives Sarah Palin. Can’t trust any one, except Debbie when muslim blood money is involved.

ender on August 24, 2010 at 9:07 pm

I have noticed that many of the hosts, not to mention the anchors on Fox News seem to swallow hard when the subject of Islam comes up. They are not nearly as bad as MSNBC or CNN, but that is not really saying all that much. One has very few news choices in reality, if one does not want to depend upon internet blogs and such. It really is a hideous wasteland out there.

worry01 on August 24, 2010 at 9:17 pm

To all: Why isn’t the MSM all over this story???
Chris Matthews, Olbermann, Maddox, Scarborough….., pick anyone from the MSM.
This is red meat for those guys.
They’d love to take down Fox News.
Why aren’t they making this information their lead story?

guitarguy on August 25, 2010 at 12:16 am

    I had that question non stop when the vannity story debbie broke came to light. At least nbc or abc should expose these frauds at fixed news. I have come to the conclusion all mainstream media sleeps in the same bed. The left right paradigm gets viewers and sells books but at the end of the day the stuff olbermann complains about is minor, concerning fox news. The people on television could care less about the issues they give lip service too, their there to earn a check and go on vacation a lot. Because as we all here know if nbc or abc was so partisan as the mainstream “conservatives” would have you believe hannity and his career would be over.

    tyler on August 25, 2010 at 2:08 am

guitarguy on August 25, 2010 at 12:16 am

Good question GG. I was wondering the same thing about Hannity’s concert scam. Nothing but crickets. Perplexing.

Skunky on August 25, 2010 at 1:01 am

Another excellent post, Debbie, but with one caveat, which involves Sean Hannity.

Before I state the caveat, since this is my first comment here involving Sean Hannity, let me state for the record where I stand on Debbie’s criticisms of him that I remember–in no particular order:

1) He has had Pat Buchanan, James Trafficant, and other anti-Semites on both his Fox News and radio shows.

2) He has plagiarized numerous articles by Debbie here–as well as from some other people.

3) His involvement in the Freedom Alliance affair and on his promotion of his latest book.

On these and several other criticisms of Sean, I’m with Debbie, and accordingly, these are to Sean’s discredit. As Skunky said above, “This is the site where you learn that the ones who you think are on your side are not.”

Now that I have stated where I stand on Debbie’s specific criticisms of Sean, here is my caveat:

Re: California Screaming, as quoted by Debbie above:

“Also, last week, Vannity had Guiliani on last week and he bragged about he denied Prince Alaweed’s offer of money after 9/11. Not a peep from Vannity.”

I’m sorry, CS and Debbie, but that is not correct. At the 4:25 mark of the video clip in the Newshounds link, Sean responded to Rudy by saying “And that by the way was the right and couragous thing to do.”

Now, one can respond by saying that Sean is insincere. Maybe but even so, it’s not the same as “not a peep”.

JeffE on August 25, 2010 at 1:08 am

Re: guitarguy at 12:16 am

I second skuny on this being a good question.

I normally can’t stand Jon Stewart and Newshounds. But to their credit, they mentioned about the Prince Alweed’s buying shares of Fox News and of Ruppert Murdoch’s alliance with Prince Alweed. With the fact that Olbermann and others mentioned by guitarguy, who normally wants to take down Fox News, but yet are silent on this and other related stories that would be a legimiate criticism of Fox News, and therefore a legitimate basis towards that goal, means that whereas I had a low opinion of them to begin with, this causes my opinion of them to be even lower still.

JeffE on August 25, 2010 at 1:28 am

Oops!

Sorry for my messing up your name, Skunky.

JeffE on August 25, 2010 at 1:29 am

Correction #2 to my 1:28 am post:

Prince Al-Waleed.

JeffE on August 25, 2010 at 1:36 am

JeffE, Vannity does not disclose to his audience that Prince Alaweed is an investor in NewsCorp. Any credible news agency will always disclose any conflict of interest. That is basic journalism 101. People want transparency from the news agencies so we can discern their objectivity in these matters. One is left with the impression that Prince Alaweed was thwarted by Giuliani and Vanity’s agreement and his lack of disclosure was the end of the story. His lack of disclosure was in essence “not a peep”. Will Vanity or fox ever disclose to their viewers their extensive relationship with Prince Alaweed? Will Vanity ever cite what Debbie has researched on Prince Alaweed? I wouldn’t hold my breath.

Apparently this relationship is getting stronger.

http://www.tradearabia.com/news/newsdetails.asp?Sn=MEDIA&artid=184910

CaliforniaScreaming on August 25, 2010 at 2:01 am

Hi CS.

Thank you for your 2:01 am post. It clarifies your original point. It is true that Sean does not disclose about Prince Alaweed and that is also to his discredit.

Accordingly, to your questions:

1) “Will Vanity or fox ever disclose to their viewers their extensive relationship with Prince Alaweed?”

2) “Will Vanity ever cite what Debbie has researched on Prince Alaweed?”

The answer to both of those questions is no. In fact, I’m surprised that you didn’t also ask:

“Will Vanity ever cite Debbie’s research on anything?”

In any case, the answer to that question is also no.

JeffE on August 25, 2010 at 2:18 am

Shtupped: now a new word in my vocabulary.
Debbie, it seems like you wrote this piece while you were in a bad mood.

It should be against the law for foreigners (namely Muslims) to own stock in American media and educational outlets.

Billy Globe Warmer on August 25, 2010 at 3:26 am

    You know Deb in your churlishness you have really descended to what amounts to near idiocy in attacking Fox News, various of its correspondents, commentators and contributors etc. Putting aside your vulgar, bush-league allusions to “sloppy seconds”, “shtupping” etc., where in the world (of relativities) do you get off attacking Fox News? Do you believe FOR A SECOND that because you do not agree with EVERYTHING put up on the network that it is as bad as, say, MSNBC. And since exactly when did Jon Stewart, of all the idiots on television, become such a hero for pointing out a fact which is well known (the Saudi cockroach’s minority investment in NewsCorp) as if this constitutes the discovery of original sin. Comparing the content of Fox News to any other media out let – comparing Rudy Gulianni to any other influential lawyer, comparing Newt Gingrich to any other prominent politician – I’ll take the former over the latter without reservation.

    Mark S. Devenow Esq. on August 25, 2010 at 3:44 pm

Osman Ardanan

Osman on August 25, 2010 at 6:54 am

Debbie, great post and I couldn’t agree with you anymore mam, those of us who see reality know that atleast 20% of Fox News/News Corp’s stock is owned by a prince in Saudi Arabia. And if I go to 1221 6 Avenue (that’s where Fox News’ studio is located) in New York City (where I live BTW) and tell the employers for Fox, they will tell me that I’m being a conspiracy theorist, I’m crazy, etc., where in fact what I’ll tell them is complete “FACTS”! And I wouldn’t be surprised if the prince in Saudi Arabia who owns 20% of Fox’s stock is benefiting from the “Ground Zero Mosque”. The only ones on the right side of the political spectrum who are exposing this is Debbie Schlussel, Michael Savage & Jeff Kuhner, I haven’t heard any of the so-called conservatives mentioned this, ie, Limbaugh, Hannity, Beck, Levin, Ingrham, Boortz, Malkin, Gellar, Zanotti (who should be in jail for stalking Ms. Schlussel) etc., because obviously their employed by News Corp/Fox News and none of these shills for the GOP are never going to report this. And don’t look for the left wing media to report this as well, because vermin in the left wing media support this mosque at ground zero!

“A nation is identified by it’s borders, language & culture!”

Sean R. on August 25, 2010 at 10:41 am

NO MA’AM

Osman on August 25, 2010 at 11:56 am

Good post. It would be helpful to see the documented financial links between the prince and the Iman.

patrick on August 25, 2010 at 2:56 pm

From watching this Jon Stewart piece it seems that Dan Senor was the one who mentioned this fact accidentally and the rest of them just try to move away from it when realizing the conection.
That still does not explain why FNC would get in bed with such a bad player in the first place, shooting itself in the foot in the process.

Raanan Gilboa on August 27, 2010 at 12:07 am

This is a Government anti-trust case. Murdoch a foreigner was allowed an excetion to buy Fox he must have always been a front man. Explains why Palin and Ron Paul are so chummy with Iran, among many other slights of hand at Fox.

Kevin True on August 29, 2010 at 1:01 am

BK, you are not contradicting yourself at all…what you said is actually what happens at Fox. Yes, they are the most Conservative of the media these days (news stations) but they are also like Pamela Gellar…when it goes against their interest, all of the sudden instead of disclosing conflict of interests (Senor calling Prince al Waleed bin Talal “that guy”)they clam up…also, done with Miss HezbaUSA.

It’s disengenuous and leaving a huge piece out of the Islam jihad puzzle just because a terror supporter has a stake in Fox New’s paychecks. At the end of the day, one can hardly make excuses for that if they are true conservatives or feel strongly about stopping Islmofascism.

It’s always discouraging to see those who one thinks is on their side flounder. Especially when the left is so quagmired in stupid, political correctness and a hatred of America. And even more confounding is when leftist fools like Queef Olberwoman tries to take down Fox with esoteric crap when we know the idiot could have a direct hit with Hannity’s scam and the Prince al Waleed bin Talal angle. Even that tool John Lebowitz(Stewart)has more knowledge than CrAzY “Bathtub Boy”, a so-called REAL jo-whore-nalist!

One can still view Fox News, but they have to have the bottom line in the back of their head at all times. Disappointing.

I agree with the shout-out to Jeff Kuhner. He’s very good.

Skunky on August 25, 2010 at 1:03 pm

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