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The “Anti-Spooky Dude Posse”

Tell Fox News to stop selling out to Soros:

The ‘Anti-Spooky Dude Posse’ attracts Glenn’s attention to  ‘Bring Back Beck’

By Judi McLeod  Wednesday, January 25, 2012

The ‘Anti-Spooky Dude’ posse behind a new website called, a project of America’s Survival, Inc. (ASI) has launched the ‘Bring Back Beck’ campaign: “Tell Fox News to stop selling out to Soros.”

The two-man, one-woman posse of Cliff Kincaid, Trevor Loudon and Tina Trent, is staked out on the trail to smoke out the latest swerve to the left by Fox News.  This posse is no pussy.  Their smoke rings already reached Glenn Beck, who thanked them and Canada Free Press (CFP) for promoting the ‘Bring Back Beck’ campaign in opening remarks on GBTV last night.

No word yet if Fox sniffed the smoke rings.

No problem to Kincaid, Loudon and Trent who know that any good posse only has to wait for the growing “Fox News Family” to come trotting down the trail.

Kincaid,  Loudon and Trent are the mainstays of a public policy group dedicated to exposing the role of hedge fund billionaire George Soros in Obama’s radical Transformation of America.

Red diaper babies have been taking over the Fox News nursery since Beck was shown out of Dodge.

The talk around the office water cooler and coffee shop has been that Fox buckled in to Soros, giving Beck the pink slip.

“Fox News has been disintegrating since Soros-funded groups forced Glenn Beck off the air,” declared ASI President Cliff Kincaid.  “His show was replaced by a program featuring Democratic Party hack Bob Beckel, who regularly insults conservatives.  It’s time for Glenn Beck, now on Internet TV, to return to the cable channel so that he can continue his investigative journalism into the rapidly expanding influence of the Soros network of organizations.  We urge Fox News CEO Roger Ailes to negotiate Beck’s return at the earliest possible date.”

Acknowledging the ‘Bring Back Beck’ campaign last night, Beck couldn’t seem to keep from grinning when he said, “We’re fine.” “Thank you for the nice idea.”

When it comes to George Soros, Beck, who said he has a book about him underway, has pricked up ears as big as you-know-whose.

Fox, on the other hand, whose logo is “Fair and Balanced” is heavy on talking heads, but welterweight light in the big ear department.

“As tens of thousands of Americans stage a “March for Life” against abortion in Washington, D.C., new Fox News Channel contributor Sally Kohn will be singing the praises of the abortion industry,” Kincaid wrote on Jan. 23.  “Kohn, a lesbian feminist, is an alumnus of the Women’s Media Center, which celebrates the 39th Anniversary of Roe v. Wade, the landmark Supreme Court decision that struck down all laws against abortion.

“Kohn, the latest addition to the “Fox News Family,” has argued that the Republican Party is trying to “kill women” by cutting funding for Planned Parenthood, the largest abortion provider in the U.S.  The Women’s Media Center was founded in 2005 as a “progressive women’s media organization” by writers/activists Jane “Hanoi Jane” Fonda, Robin Morgan and Gloria Steinem.

The “Fox News Family” has been opening its arms to other progressive ‘sistas’.  Joined at the Family hip is Jehmu Greene, a former president of the Women’s Media Center, who became a Fox News contributor in 2010.  Greene is also a Democratic Party operative who was the national director of Project Vote, a group with close ties to the corrupt ACORN organization.

Fox viewers, who flocked to Beck because of his investigative exposés on Soros, must be wondering where all the “funny” went now that Sally Kohn, touted as “totally the next Rachel Maddow—only funnier,”  hangs her chapeau at the same cable network Beck departed.

Kohn once recorded a video mocking Glenn Beck for his political views, during which she claimed that Hitler and Mussolini were “conservative political heroes” and implying that Beck was a fascist.

In the Internet world, Beck has The Blaze.  Kohn, who writes for the popular channel’s popular website, has

On Fox, Spooky Dude’s minions have replaced Glenn Beck’s exposés.

Kincaid, trained as a youngster in the investigative news department by American hero founding Accuracy in Media father, the late Reed Irvine, and Loudon, who exposes political corruption on his website  two of the internet’s best investigative journalists, joined by contributing writer Tina Trent, PhD will pick up the Soros slack on

This is one posse that Soros won’t get to pink slip.

Given the experience and sheer pluck of Kincaid, Loudon and Trent,  Fox News will wish for the good old days when it was only the far left going after them.


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