It’s not often we get to report good news so sit back and enjoy. Al Jazeera America is apparently doing so badly that its parent company has decided not to live up to the terms of its deal with Al Gore in which the Muslim Brotherhood propaganda network purchased CURRENT TV. As a consequence, Gore is suing Al Jazeera:
Current TV co-founders Al Gore and Joel Hyatt have launched a fraud and breach-of-contract lawsuit claiming that Al Jazeera is withholding money from its $500 million purchase of the cable news network.
The complaint was filed under seal in the Delaware Court of Chancery, but information provided reveals that the plaintiffs are seeking $65 million held in escrow.
Former U.S. Vice President Al Gore is being represented by David Boies, the attorney who memorably represented him in the 2000 battle over a Florida election recount.
“Al Jazeera America wants to give itself a discount on the purchase price that was agreed to nearly two years ago,” said Boies in a statement. “We are asking the Court to order Al Jazeera America to stop wrongfully withholding the escrow funds that belong to Current’s former shareholders.”
The truth is that Doha, Qatar where Al Jazeera is headquartered has become a hotbed for terrorism and its government extremely Muslim Brotherhood-friendly. Despite the good news that Al Jazeera is having difficulty finding a market niche in the U.S., it’s certainly not for a lack of trying.
Last year, a gushing promo featuring Senator John McCain and Hillary Clinton coincided with the launch of the Al Jazeera America: