Kardashian matriarch #2 Caitlyn Jenner appeared on Fox News’ Sean Hannity’s show Thursday evening to for a short interview just hours after it was announced by Fox News CEO Suzanne Scott that she would be joining the network as a contributor. The statement read, “Caitlyn’s story is an inspiration to us all. She is a trailblazer in the LGBTQ+ community and her illustrious career spans a variety of fields that will be a tremendous asset for our audience.” Jenner responded with a statement of her own saying, “I am humbled by this unique opportunity to speak directly to Fox News Media’s millions of viewers about a range of issues that are important to the American people.”
As for her appearance, she told Hannity she was “not a trans activist.” She said “That’s just one part of my life, there’s so much more to me. But I think in the next—in the midterms coming up—LGBT issues are going to be very big issues and I’m looking forward to covering those. But there’s so much more to me than that.”
Jenner went on to talk about the 1976 Montreal Summer Olympic Games when she won a gold medal in the men’s decathlon event as “the best Olympics of all time” because “patriotism was at its height. I have been a patriot my whole life,” said Jenner. “My father fought in World War II, my mother’s 95—hi, Mom—and she’s a patriot. I grew up that way and I want that to continue.”
The interview began with Hannity saying the two “go back decades.” Now given the fact that political insiders have long said that he’s closeted himself, that would be of no surprise. He also seems to cozy up quite a bit with all of the network’s employees with those on the network with questionable sexuality while having a consistent record of homophobia, but hey, project much?
But back to Jenner… her appearance on Fox took place on International Transgender Day of Visibility which was started during the Obama administration which received its first official proclamation from President Biden last year. The day was created to acknowledge the discrimination of those in the trans community which ironically was the day Caitlyn Jenner had her first appearance on Fox… someone who doesn’t wish to fight for trans issues.
We’ll add that Jenner’s hire on Fox is to tow the party line where all minority issues somehow are always anti-conservative and have to be denounced. A good example would be a segment Jesse Watters just did this week showing what low percentage of minorities we have in this country and that somehow we are being manipulated by the Left to think that we are far more discriminating as a nation than what is the reality. Somehow Watters thinks we have an acceptable amount of discrimination. And there you have it ladies and gentlemen, you have the purpose of minorites that appear on Fox, to confirm this talking point. They also double down by claiming patriotism which means you have no right to seek to improve any policies here, except for the ones they approve.
The last high profile contributor Fox hired was Stacey Dash who turned out to be a dud. She was fired about 4 years ago after approximately 2 years on the network for saying “Obama doesn’t give a sh**” about terrorism. This came after she said we shouldn’t have BET or Black History Month to which Janet Huber said that no other black person has appeared on BET and profited from it as much as her. And the day she said it, BET played an episode of a show she appeared on in the past just as a reminder. And coincidentally she’s been cast for the College Hill reboot by BET. Go figure. So Jenner will similarly have the role of denouncing other trans people like herself.
We’ll add that Fox is not known for hiring the brightest people and almost always inexperienced, especially guests that appear. How is it that people can continuously appear on a network to discuss things they have never done is quite hilarious. Caitlyn does, however have a resume, but jut the same, she makes the anti-minority pundit category. We can’t wait to see how this hire turns out.