Things That Exist Only in the Mind of David Brock: ‘The Kochs Control the Obama Justice Department and the FBI’

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Source: The New York Times


[VIDEO] The Kelly File: Imagine That

Kelly reading a tweet from punditfromanotherplanet right before she goes on the air.

Read this:

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And watch this:

Imagine watching a “Kelly File” interview, with a laptop, typing a comment in Twitter, then moments later, hearing Megyn Kelly say those exact words on Live TV.

It was a highlight of our week here at Pundit Planet.

[Final segment of transcript, Charles Koch interview, Oct 15, 2015]

KOCH: Yes.

KELLY: Charles Koch, thank you.

KOCH: Well, thank you, Megyn. I appreciate it.

(END VIDEO CLIP)

(COMMERCIAL BREAK)

KELLY: Getting lots of feedback online with Charles Koch, like this one, quote, “Such a disappointing lack of evilness! Imagine that.”

Thanks for watching. This is “The Kelly File.”

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Do the Koch brothers have critics with legitimate complaints? Interests groups that object to the various causes the Koch brothers, with their considerable resources, advocate? Of course they do. But perhaps because they don’t seek the limelight, they’re referred to as “shadowy figures”, and attacked relentlessly from the highest public offices in the United States, including the Senate floor, and the Presidency itself.

Private citizens, using their wealth, and right to free speech, to advocate causes they believe in (causes that up until recently, were embraced as mainstream values in America) are routinely smeared by opponents, and treated as the most evil, corrosive influence in modern politics. Do the Kochs deserve to be characterized by their opponents as pure Evil?  The idea is laughable.

The full transcript of the show is here.

The full Kelly File video from October 15, 2015 is online here. Individual segments featuring the interview with Charles Koch appeared on pundit planet a few days ago, and can be seen here, and here.


[VIDEO] Charles Koch Interview: Humility, Integrity More Important than Talent 

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On ‘The Kelly File,’ the CEO discusses his upbringing, strategies for building a successful company.

“Success is one of the worst enemies of success, because it tends to breed complacency & lack of humility.”

“I’ve had the philosophy that John Adams expressed… That this is a system for moral people, it will work for no other.”

“If you never fail, then you’re probably not doing very much.”

“I want the power to go back to people making decisions over their own lives, rather than some experts making it.”


[VIDEO] Kelly File Interview: Charles Koch Opens Up About his ‘Classical Liberal’ Views 

On ‘The Kelly File,’ the billionaire addresses attacks from Democrats, motivations behind political involvement.