POLL: Do you believe there is an effort by the Left to silence the Right?

In August of 2016, a few months before the election, Dennis Michael Lynch was pulled off the air in the middle of a live broadcast. This was done despite his show’s success. DML ‘UNFILTERED’ was the highest rated show on Newsmax TV.

The abrupt move was made two days after DML put out a blistering report on Hillary Clinton, and on the same night DML refused to play anti-Fox News clips on his show given to him by Newsmax executives. Keep in mind, the CEO of Newsmax is a $1,000,000 donor to the Clinton Foundation and publicly notes he wants his network to be an alternative to Fox News.

Last week, after a story in The New York Times reported that Bill O’Reilly had paid out $13,000,000 in settlements to women who made claims of sexual harassment against him, Fox News pulled O’Reilly off the air despite his show being the highest rated program on cable news for decades. Reportedly, the directive came from Rupert Murdoch after his sons urged him to release O’Reilly.

James Murdoch is a $1,000,000 donor to the Clinton Foundation, and the Murdochs are advocates for amnesty. O’Reilly, on the other hand, fights hard against illegal immigration on a daily basis.

This week, allegations of sexual harassment were made against Sean Hannity by a former Fox News guest. Hannity denies the claims, but, even so, the liberal media went into a frenzy running the story all weekend long. Hannity put out a statement on Monday night that the effort to silence prominent conservative voices has hit a new level of dangerousness, and it’s time to fight back.

Do you believe this is an effort by the LEFT to silence the biggest voices on the RIGHT?

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