Video: David Horowitz calls Huma Abedin a ‘Muslim Brotherhood operative’ on Fox News; Megyn Kelly shuts him down

This interview between Fox News Channel’s Megyn Kelly and David Horowitz started out by discussing Nakoula Basseley Nakoula, the producer of the anti-Muhammad film, and his being interrogated by police.

However, that’s not the point of this post. Pay particular attention beginning at the 2:25 mark. This is where Horowitz refers to Hillary Clinton’s Deputy Chief of Staff Huma Abedin as a “Muslim Brotherhood operative”. It doesn’t take long for Kelly to throw water on that accusation by refusing to allow Horowitz to elaborate, saying she doesn’t want to ‘get sidetracked’.

Normally, Kelly is very good but this was an obvious and blatant attempt to avoid talking about Abedin. One might be inclined to say that Kelly simply wanted to talk about a different subject. That’d be a valid point if Fox News spent any time at all on the Huma Abedin story. The only time it has done so was when the news supported Abedin (Ed Rollins op-ed that ripped Michele Bachmann coupled with John McCain’s defense of Abedin).

Moreover, to say that Huma Abedin is not relevant when it comes to the matter of U.S. Embassies in the Middle East is ridiculous. She has irrefutable connections to the Muslim Brotherhood and as a State Department official, she represents the Department whose embassies were attacked.

Kelly should have allowed Horowitz to elaborate but she didn’t.

Via People’s Forum:


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  • sumsrent

    Jan. 16, 2010 by Market Watch Reports:

    Saudi billionaire investor Prince Alwaleed bin Talal held meetings this week with News Corp.’s (NWS, NWSA) chairman and chief executive Rupert Murdoch to discuss investments, including Rotana Media, according to a statement from the prince’s office Saturday.

    The meetings, which took place in New York on Jan. 14, “touched upon future potential alliance with News Corp,” the statement said, adding that Rotana and LBCSAT, 90% owned by Prince Alwaleed, were discussed.

    Rotana which hosts News Corp.’s Fox channels in Saudi Arabia via its television network, owns rights to more than 2,000 Arabic movies and the world’s largest Arabic language music library, according to data.

    Over the past two decades Prince AlWaleed, through his Riyadh-listed conglomerate Kingdom Holding Co. , has focused his investments on banks, hotels and media firms, building sizable stakes in companies like Citigroup (C), News Corp, Apple Inc., and Time Warner Inc.

    News Corp. owns Dow Jones & Co., publisher of this Newswire and The Wall Street Journal and New York Post.


    Prince Alwaleed bin Talal is the largest private investor on the Saudi stock exchange.


    Fox News… Forbes – Thu, Jul 21, 2011

    Through his Saudi-listed Kingdom Holding Co., Alwaleed owns 7% of the Class B voting shares of News Corp., making him the second largest individual shareholder after the Murdoch family, which owns 39.7% of the Class B shares.

    Prince Alwaleed:
    “I continue to see News Corp [Fox] as a valuable and long term investment and remain both supportive and confident in the leadership of Rupert and James Murdoch.”


    Just go to Wiki and look up News Corporation and wake up to the truth of all the companies it owns…

    Hundreds of Books… newspapers, Magazines, Music and Radio, Sports, Fox Studios, TV, Satellite, Cable, Internet, with dozens of other holdings!


    January 24, 2012 by Atlas Shrugs:

    What anti-Islam press?

    The mainstream media in both the U.K. and the U.S. has been for years and remains completely unwilling to discuss jihad and Islamic supremacism.

    When mainstream reporters are forced to report on jihad activity, they regularly ascribe it to other factors or obscure its motives.

    Thus we hear about “militants,” “insurgents,” and “youths” in connection with violent jihad activity, while being endlessly regaled with articles designed to intimidate people into thinking that concern about the stealth jihad and creeping Sharia is “Islamophobia.”

    This initiative is designed to shut down the last vestiges of truth-telling about jihad and Islamic supremacist in the British mainstream media. Note also that among the signers is not only once-fashionable Leftist Bianca Jagger, but Moazzam Begg, an apologist for Anwar al-Awlaki.

    That’s right: the fox is demanding that the farmer stop his anti-fox activity of guarding the henhouse.

    Released:12/10/2010 8:00 AM EST
    Source: Baylor University

    Media framing is the way reporters portray news, including determining what is newsworthy, what can be taken for granted and how that influences audience perception.


    December 8, 2005 – Washington, DC – – Accuracy in Media (AIM) is urging a full inquiry into a report that a Saudi billionaire caused the Fox News Channel (FNC) to dramatically alter its coverage of the Muslim riots in France after he called the network to complain. The Saudi billionaire, Al-waleed bin Talal, is a friend of News Corporation chairman Rupert Murdoch and controls an influential number of voting shares in the company.

    “This report underscores the danger of giving foreign interests a significant financial stake in U.S. media companies,” declared Cliff Kincaid, editor of Accuracy in Media.


    *** Folks… it should be obvious… as Fox Media expands across the globe they intentionally influence what and how the news is reported.

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