Breitbart's Alex Marlow: Fox News “had a vested interest” in Roy Moore losing

From the December 13 edition of Sirius XM Patriot's Breitbart News Daily

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STEVE BANNON (CO-HOST): Alex, before we go back to the callers. Your assessment so far of these callers today? Pretty fired up and pretty on point. It's not a lot of hair pulling. It's not like fire. It's this kind of grim determination that if you're going to do it you got to be serious about it. And the forces that aligned against it are quite serious.

ALEX MARLOW (CO-HOST): Yeah and that's what I find most heartening, Steve, is exactly what you're saying, which is that people seem to have a sober understanding of what's going on. And if you had any illusions that this is going to be an easy fight to try to wrestle power from the uniparty then you were kidding yourself. I know you and I were very realistic about it and when you looked at exactly what the deplorables were up against in Alabama it is overwhelming. And if you really think about it, the fact that it was only a one percent margin, given that, is -- there's something to take away -- there's a silver lining there as well. So it's going to be a dogfight through 2018 and if people are not engaged, if you're not telling 10 friends and family members about Breitbart, if you're not spreading the word about us, I don't know what you're going to do because even Fox [News], who does I think more good than harm, there was -- you couldn't find someone who wasn't an establishment Republican yesterday, it was every network out there had a vested interest in last night's outcome.


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