“What If…”: Judge Napolitano

Monday, January 6, 2014
Posted in category Totalitarian Government

This classic from my favorite orator is worth watching again and again and again. Judge Andrew Napolitano on the rigged establishment and public opinion as a “manufactured narrative.” Except I do not think this particular segment is responsible for him being fired from FOX.

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3 Responses to “What If…”: Judge Napolitano

  1. Bill Buth says:

    January 6th, 2014 at 8:16 pm

    Was he really fired? Did he ever say that? Despite the fact that the YouTube video you are showing is frequently labeled ‘How to get fired from Fox in 5 minutes’, etc., that label is put on there by others that assume he was fired for it. Despite what Alex Jones and others have said, this video is only slightly more provocative than his usual nightly brilliant monologues. I think the problem is that, unlike Fox News Channel, Fox Business is picked up by only a relative handful of cable companies and used in their basic packages. Fox Business viewership is very low compared to FNC, and I think they are fishing around for new formulas. Check out ‘The Independents’. The best show on cable, period, but stuck on Fox Business, to which very few people subscribe. Sad.

  2. M. Terry says:

    January 7th, 2014 at 10:07 am

    Judge Napolitano’s narrative becomes more relevant every day.

  3. weak stream says:

    January 7th, 2014 at 10:16 am

    I didn’t know the Judge was fired from Fox as I haven’t watched in quite some time. But it doesn’t surprise me. In the past ‘telling it like it is’ met you with laughing dismissal. As we get closer to our financial system’s endpoint, things have only gotten more contentious. Light propaganda turns to outright censureship by necessity. As people make more intelligent decisions, coercion and greater lies become more and more necessary.

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