Fox News Channel’s impeachment programming continues to confuse viewers.
The network made behind-the-scenes changes that no one can understand.
And now Fox News has aired one video that accused Donald Trump of this illegal behavior.
Anti-Trump Judge Andrew Napolitano aired the latest segment of his video series “Judge Napolitano’s Chambers” where the Judge ripped the President for supposedly failing to uphold the Constitution.
Napolitano falsely claimed Trump failed his oath of office by ripping the media for focusing on a phony scandal surrounding the emoluments clause of the Constitution after Trump wanted to host the G7 summit next summer at his golf club in Doral.
Napolitano said, the emoluments clause, “is a cause in the Constitution that prohibits federal officeholders from receiving anything of value from foreign government.”
Discussing Trump canceling holding the G7 summit at one of his golf resorts, Napolitano said, “He changed his mind and said we will hold this meeting somewhere else because I don’t need this headache but in the process of saying that he referred to the emoluments clause in the Constitution as phony.”
He added, “It’s very unusual and largely unprecedented for the president of the United States who took an oath to preserve, protect and defend the Constitution to disparage part of it. If he can disparage it, can he overlook it? Can the president of the United States who took the oath to enforce the Constitution enforce only the parts he likes and ignore the parts he dislikes? The answer is no. The presidential oath requires him to be faithful about enforcement.”
He concluded, “When a president of the United States disparages a part of the Constitution, what does that tell us about how seriously he takes his oath.”
Judge Napolitano’s legal analysis shows he is off his rocker.
But many Americans wonder why Fox shifted gears to become the Never Trump TV network.
Some speculate it began when former House Speaker Paul Ryan joined the Fox board.
Vanity Fair’s anti-Fox reporter, Gabrielle Sherman, claimed Ryan advised new Fox News head Lachlan Murdoch to break with Trump.
The news division mimicking CNN could be the result of Ryan’s seditious influence.
We will keep you up-to-date on any new developments in this ongoing story.