Fox Business recently removed an interview featuring college student Daniel Schmidt, where he discussed an Ivy League school professor’s alleged anti-white racism. This incident occurred amid a shift in the network’s policies since Tucker Carlson’s departure, leading some to refer to Fox as the DeSantis News Network.
During the interview, Schmidt expressed his concerns, saying, “It’s not an adoration to say we are entering straight-up anti-white genocidal rhetoric maybe. Let me give you one more example, a psychologist spoke at Yale and said she has fantasies of murdering White People. Seriously if you are a white student, speak up. It’s only going to get worse.”
Schmidt took to Twitter to express his frustration, stating that Fox Business had completely removed the interview from their website and YouTube channel. He claimed that his interview had garnered over 100,000 views and received a universally positive reception before being taken down. He speculated that pressure from certain actors might have influenced Fox’s decision to remove the interview.
One of Schmidt’s tweets highlighted Fox’s tendency to criticize young Americans while censoring their voices when it comes to discussing anti-white sentiments. He argued, “All these Fox hosts constantly complain about how college kids are sheep and need to wake up. But apparently, that’s just limited to complaining about pronouns and socialism. Discussing anti-white hatred is still off-limits.”
The removal of Schmidt’s interview has led many to question Fox’s motives and credibility. Some believe that Fox’s consistent attacks on young Americans are part of a conspiracy with Blackrock to convince older Americans to sell their homes rather than passing them down to their children or grandchildren.
It is worth noting that Fox News has demonstrated a shift towards globalist ideals following Carlson’s departure. The network has also shown a clear favoritism towards DeSantis, with their promotion of his policies.
Critics argue that Fox’s underlying agenda is to sway their older viewers to support DeSantis, as his victory would align with the network’s desire to promote globalist policies. This could potentially accelerate the implementation of a one-world currency and government, a prospect that would please Fox’s globalist board members.
In conclusion, Fox Business faced backlash after removing an interview featuring Daniel Schmidt discussing alleged anti-white racism. Schmidt’s claims of censorship and the network’s apparent shift towards globalist policies have raised concerns among viewers and sparked speculation about Fox’s true intentions. The controversy surrounding this incident highlights the complexities of media manipulation and the ongoing debate over freedom of expression.