Al-Jazeera Buys Al-Gore’s Current TV
Among the people scrambling to unload assets before the descent of Obama’s monstrous 2013 tax guillotine is bitter 2000 loser Al Gore, who confirmed the enduring bond between America’s worst two enemies — moonbats and militant Muslims — by selling his ultra-left Current TV to the Islamic propaganda outfit Al-Jazeera.
In related Current TV news, Time Warner Cable has dropped the nearly unwatched channel.
Nonetheless, the acquisition
boosts Al-Jazeera’s reach in the U.S. beyond a few large U.S. metropolitan areas including New York and Washington nearly ninefold to about 40 million homes.
Readers will recall that Gore has assisted Islamic propaganda efforts before, by traveling to Saudi Arabia to accuse America of oppressing Muslims in an apparent bid to inspire terror attacks.
Al-Jazz will drop Gore’s neo-Marxist crapola and “gradually transform Current into a network called Al-Jazeera America.” If the idea is to out anti-American CNN and MSNBC, they have got their work cut out for them, although even a former “Nightline” reporter (Dave Marash) left Al-Jazz due to its seething hatred of the USA.
On tips from IslandLifer, The Only Other Conservative in Seattle, Nathaniel M, and Winston Smith. Cross-posted at Moonbattery.
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