Whistleblowers just came forward to expose Fox News Channel’s real agenda

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There is a good reason conservatives distrust Fox News.

Their supposedly unbiased news has in fact earned them the nickname “Faux News” among conservative activists.

And now whistleblowers just came forward to expose Fox News Channel’s real agenda.

Conservative activists involved in the Ron Paul campaigns of 2008 and 2012 have been sounding the alarm about Fox News for years.

Behind closed doors

Throughout the years, many conservatives believed that Fox News was a true alternative to the left-wing media.

Recent developments have finally started changing that view of the powerful corporate media giant.

Fox News has lost most of its most conservative hosts, such as Tucker Carlson, who the network fired earlier this year.

And now whistleblowers have come forward with devastating information about the Rupert Murdoch owned cable news network.

Even though Fox News wears a conservative mask while on the air, behind closed doors the network is all too willing to veer sharply to the Left.

Whistleblowers from inside Fox News headquarters recently revealed to Blaze Media that the network subsidizes some of the very left-wing activist groups that despise Fox News viewers.

Fox News’ viewership has, of course, historically been made up of conservative-leaning and Republican Americans.

A “Complete disregard and hatred”

Fox’s willingness to fund radical left-wing groups shows a “complete disregard and hatred” for its core audience.

According to Blaze, Fox has an app called “Fox Giving” that “facilitates charitable donations via the Canadian-based donation management platform Benevity. Fox will apparently match donations up to $1,000 to various organizations that satisfy the company’s criteria.”

While that by itself doesn’t seem too bad, the list of charities that satisfy Fox’s criteria is appalling.

Among the groups that meet their criteria are the Satanic Temple, the Southern Poverty Law Center, the Trevor Project, and Planned Parenthood.

All of these are radical left-wing groups that, if they had their way, would shut down Fox and imprison most of the network’s viewers.

Yet Fox is more than happy to match donations to these left-wing groups.

The Satanic Temple is dedicated to worshiping Satan.

They have distributed satanic literature to children, are working to ensure women can legally have their unborn babies killed through their “religious abortion ritual,” and have erected statues of Baphomet on government property.

The Southern Poverty Law Center is a left-wing organization that characterizes Christians, homeschoolers, gun owners, parents, Constitutionalists, and other conservatives as extremists and racists. 

The Trevor Project is an LGBTQ activist group that actively promotes gender ideology and woke propaganda. 

The group claims that “gender is a social construct” and promotes sex-change mutilations and cross-sex hormone therapies as remedies for at-risk teens.

And Planned Parenthood is the nation’s largest abortion mill, having slaughtered more than nine million babies since 1970.

Planned Parenthood has also become the second-largest provider of cross-sex hormone therapy in the country. 

At one time or another, Fox News has criticized all of these organizations and the radical leftist agendas they help advance.

But at the same time, according to two current Fox News employees and one former producer, these same leftist groups have been eligible for Fox News Channel’s charitable giving.

All three of the whistleblowers spoke to The Blaze on the condition of anonymity for fear of reprisals from the network.

One source even provided screenshots confirming the allegations.

And a Fox News employee personally took Blaze’s director of programming, Rikki Ratliff-Fellman, through the company portal and showed her some of the donation matches seen in the screenshots.

“I watched this source physically log in to their company portal at Myfox.okta.com to confirm the giving app and to see some of the questionable charities and the donation match option for myself to verify nothing was photoshopped,” Ratliff-Fellman said. “It shows complete disregard and hatred for Fox’s core audience, which is a huge part of the country. They watch believing Fox is speaking for them, when in reality it’s a company participating in certain things that don’t match their audience’s values.” 

Once again, the nation can look back and say that “Ron Paul was right.”

Patriot Political will keep you up-to-date on any developments to this ongoing story.