Nayyera Haq Biography
Nayyera Haq Is An American multi-talented, radio talk show host, humanitarian, advisor, commenter and CEO & speaker with a number, of fingers in a number, of pies.
Haq is a political analyst and commentator who is very vocal about policies and programmes that affects her race, societal and national well being, as well as her religion. She speaks out to protect the interests of the ordinary man on the streets and is not afraid to call out any policy that has detrimental effects on both herself and those she feels are being unduly oppressed.
Nayyera is also a former senior government official and has served as advisers to very top government officials – including several high raking congress officials. She has also been the “face and mouthpiece” of a few government agencies, acting as a bridge between those agencies and the general public. Nayyera works as an On-Air Personality for a radio network received worldwide and has appeared on several television programs, due to her extensive knowledge about government policies and programmes. Here are more interesting facts about her.
Nayyera Haq Age
Born On October 1,1981 and is 38 Years of age as of 2019.She was Born To a family Of Pakistani Immigrants and She Grew up in Staten Island.
Nayyera Haq Education
The Political Analyst Studied History At The University Of Michigan and Holds A MSL in Law And Journalism Which She did From George University Law Centre.
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Nayyera Haq Nationality
She is Of American Nationality.She grew up on Staten Island as the daughter of two Pakistani immigrants. Her parents worked as a public school teacher and physician, and she was raised to value public service. One of the biggest questions she seeks answers for is why the American Dream worked for her, while so many others still struggle to make their way. As for her educational background, she received her Masters at the Georgetown University Law Center, and studied history at the University of Michigan.
Nayyera Haq Ethnicity
She holds and belongs to Middle Eastern-American ethnicity
Nayyera Haq Husband
She is In a Biracial Marriage with her Husband Being Black. Her Husbands Name Is Unknown Though it is Known That he works as a veterinarian. Together They Have a Son. Her Son is Half-Black, Half-Pakistani, Full-Muslim.
Nayyera Haq Husband Name
Her Husbands name Is Unknown And still Under Investigation We will Update When Information Is Available.
Nayyera Haq Net Worth
According to the salary reports provided by employees or estimated based upon statistical methods, the estimated salaries of on-air personality at SiriusXM range from $86,761 to $92,369.Her Exact Networth Is still Under Investigation.
Nayyera Haq Bill Maher
Liberal late-night host Bill Maher voiced his frustration on his “Real Time” show Friday night, calling on Democrats to stop talking and really do something about President Trump. Along the way, he also voiced exhaustion with the Mueller report and its aftermath.
“Democrats, either do something or stop talking about it. Because I think you’re just making yourselves look weak. You’re just making yourselves look like people who talk and talk and don’t do anything,” Maher said.House Judiciary Committee Democrats did do something Friday: They introduced a bill calling for presidents to be held accountable for alleged criminal conduct — a direct swipe at the White House amid the heated battle over access to the Russia investigation report by Special Counsel Robert Mueller.
CNN host Van Jones, a guest on “Real Time,” criticized what he described as the left’s “dynamic” during the Trump era. He blamed it for diminishing the Democratic Party’s objections to the president.
“You know, it’s still part of the problem … is that we have had this almost ‘Chicken Little’ kind of dynamic on the left. Like, literally every tweet is like the end of the Republic, “Jones said, referencing the fable of a young chicken hysterically thinking the world was ending.
He added, “And so now that we are actually have arrived at that place people don’t take us seriously.”Maher asked his panel numerous times for the Democrats’ plan to deal with President Trump, asking over and over if impeachment would work.
Former Obama administration official Nayyera Haq jumped in and said that Democrats should hold Attorney General William Barr and others accountable for their actions.
“I think the Democrats need to be willing to arrest people who break the law,” Haq said.
Haq said she believed Democrats were doing the right thing by going through underlying evidence in the Mueller report and promoting a “run out the clock” strategy with no intention of actually impeaching the president.
Nayyera Haq Fox News
CNN’s Chief Media Correspondent Brian Stelter started off “Reliable Sources” with a dizzying mix of thoughts and accusations Sunday. One of them being this: Is Fox News mentally unhealthy?
He announced that Fox News has suspended Jeanine Pirro for questioning Rep. Ilhan Omar‘s (D-Minn.) patriotism. This came on the heels of several morning tweets from President Trump in which he praised Pirro and insisted that the network bring her back. So far, the network has said nothing about firing Pirro.
“For the record, if Tucker Carlson is watching, I don’t want Fox to shut down,” Stelter told his three-member panel, which consisted of a NYT White House reporter, a deafening liberal media reporter who has absolutely no volume control and an ex-President Obama official, all of whom vociferously agree with Stelter or otherwise suck up to him. He won’t bring on guests who disagree with him.
But please… let him continue.
“I just want Fox News to be a healthy part of the media ecosystem, and the spread of misinformation that happens on these programs is unhealthy,” he said. “I think it’s as simple as that.”
Hey Brian, please get over yourself. Number 1: Tucker, who consistently refers to you as a “eunich,” doesn’t watch your show. Whatever clips or information he needs, he gets from his staff. He doesn’t spend his Sundays hanging on your every word or your any word. He hasn’t watched TV in years. Number 2: Your degree from Towson University in mass communication and working on the school paper don’t qualify you to assess anyone’s psychological fitness. Number 3: Your brand of journalism on a daily, weekly basis is biased. You have no business presenting yourself as otherwise. Number 4: Has it ever dawned on you that you may want to get yourself psychologically evaluated?
I’m sure CNN’s actual MD, Sanjay Gupta, could arrange it.
“Stelter is a cancer in the media ecosystem,” said a journalism industry veteran. “He is a ridiculous figure and helps spreads misinformation while kissing up to everyone outside of Fox.”
For the past few years, Stelter has been relentlessly questioning Trump’s sanity and mental stability. He’s not a psychiatrist. He has no degree in any field even touching on psychology. He’s totally unqualified to diagnose anyone, let alone an entire news network. But he bloviates. He pretends to have some mental prowess as he runs around to all the shows playing CNN’s resident psychiatrist and uttering CNN President Jeff Zucker‘s talking points.
Do any left-wing media reporters like Stelter criticize them for their preferences?
“Bring back @JudgeJeanine,” Trump tweeted. “The Radical Left Democrats, working closely with their beloved partner, the Fake News Media, is using every trick in the book to SILENCE a majority of our Country. They have all out campaigns against @FoxNews hosts who are doing too well. Fox ….must stay strong and fight back with vigor. Stop working soooo hard on being politically correct, which will only bring you down, and continue to fight for our Country. The losers all want what you have, don’t give it to them. Be strong & prosper, be weak & die! Stay true …to the people that got you there. Keep fighting for Tucker, and fight hard for @JudgeJeanine. Your competitors are jealous – they all want what you’ve got – NUMBER ONE. Don’t hand it to them on a silver platter. They can’t beat you, you can only beat yourselves!”
Not sure which words got under Stelter’s skin most — losers, Fake News Media, Tucker or Judge Jeanine.
“So that’s where we are, the President telling his favorite network to stick it out,” Stelter told viewers.
His panelists all provided stuffing for Stelter’s views.
Katie Rodgers, a White House reporter for the New York Times, said Trump is a Pirro fanboy, which is news to no one.
“He watches it every week,” she said of Pirro’s Saturday night show. “We know he tunes in every week. It’s a prime time Saturday night thing for him. …To cut this sort of oxygen off is a big deal for him.”
Baltimore Sun media critic David Zurawik was very ZURAWIK, if you know what I mean. He didn’t really finish all his thoughts, but here’s what came roaring out of his mouth.
“I’M NOT SURPRISED,” he shouted.”I THINK THEM SUSPENDING HER AND THE PRESIDENT SENDING OUT THESE REMARKABLE, JUST UTTERLY REMARKABLE FOR THE PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES TELLING THE CABLE CHANNEL WHAT TO DO WITH THREE TWEETS IN A ROW. .. I REALLY THINK IT’S A BOTTOM LINE EFFECT. …LOOK YOU TAKE ADS OUT OF PRIMETIME AND YOU MOVE THEM TO ANOTHER DAY PART, YOU’RE TALKING ABOUT A SMALLER AUDIENCE. YOU CAN’T KEEP DOING THAT FOREVER.”
The final panelist for Stelter’s anti-Fox News segment was Nayyera Haq, a former senior director in Obama’s White House. Can you even imagine what she might say? She despises Pirro and the network on which she appears.
“Judge Pirro’s show is not a news show,” she said. “It is an opinion show. …It would be shocking, I think, if, after her comments about Muslims having not being part of the fabric of American life, and not being able to be loyal to America, …if she was on air having to either apologize, which I don’t think that anybody at Fox is ready for her to do publicly, or, for her to double down,” Haq said. “Either way, the comments she had made last week about Ilhan Omar were part of a broader fabric of how people are justifying the attacks on immigrants, the attacks on immigration policy and are part and parcel of a white nationalist rhetoric. So probably better for all involved that she wasn’t on TV last night.”
Zurawik soon got all riled up about Carlson paying back lefty watchdog group Media Matters for digging up years old remarks he made to shock jock Bubba the Love Sponge. (Full disclosure, Carlson founded The Daily Caller.) On his program, Tucker reported that Media Matters President Angelo Carusone used to write a blog that made disparaging remarks against gays and Jews, including his Jewish boyfriend, who he said was attractive despite being Jewish. Carusone claimed it was satire that didn’t quite work.
Stelter wanted to know if Carlson’s segment on Carusone was “just a distraction.”
Zurawik had a lot to say:
“BRIAN I THINK IT’S MUCH WORSE THAN A DISTRACTION. …I LOOKED AT IT AND I THOUGHT, I WAS SO DISPIRITED,” he said, adding that it reminded him of the fights that used to occur between ex-FNCers Keith Olbermann and Glenn Beck, which he said was a “LOW POINT” for cable news.”I THOUGHT OF 2009 … IT WAS ALMOST AS IF THEY WERE PUTTING A BOUNTY ON EACH OTHER. …THAT’S EXACTLY WHERE TUCKER CARLSON WAS TAKING THIS THING.”
But getting back to Carlson, Zurawik shouted, “WHAT HE SAID ON BUBBA THE LOVE SPONGE IT’S SICKENING, IT’S DISGUSTING, IT’S VILE AND SAYS SO MUCH ABOUT WHAT KIND OF PERSON HE IS.”
Stelter played a clip of Carlson saying most outlets want to shut down Fox News.
“That’s not what I want,” Stelter emoted to his panel, looking painfully distressed. “Do you want that?”
Actually for Zurawik, who never misses a chance to kiss up to Stelter, yes, that’s precisely what he wants. He said if this gets rid of the likes of Carlson, then so be it. He also said Trump is clearly lecturing Fox News.
Which eventually led to Stelter’s sublimely ridiculous quote about Fox News’s mental health