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A Fox News host said five words that could cost him his job



Fox News is under fire from one of its own hosts.

Not surprisingly, the dispute involves Donald Trump.

And now a Fox News host said five words that could cost him his job.

On Saturday night, Dan Bongino interviewed Donald Trump for his Fox News weekend show.

During the interview, Trump listed fraud in the 2020 election as one of the reasons Joe Biden’s poll numbers dropped.

“It’s a disgrace what’s happening, and I don’t think the country’s gonna stand for much longer, they are disgusted. You have a fake election, you have an election with voter abuse and voter fraud like nobody’s ever seen before, and based on that, and based on what happened, they are destroying our country, whether its at the border, whether its on crime, and plenty of instances, including military,” Trump told Bongino.

But Trump’s spokeswoman Liz Harrington later revealed that when she went to upload the interview to YouTube, Trump’s comments about the election were edited out of the interview.

Bongino later told Harrington that it was Fox News that censored Trump’s comments about the election and stated “that’s not acceptable to me.”

“The show was edited on YouTube, not on and not during the show live . . . The reason I was given is that it was edited, the elections part, to comply with YouTube. That’s not acceptable to me,” Bongino declared.

Fox News has never had a host be so openly critical of the network before.

Bongino is one of the most popular podcasters and radio talk show hosts in the conservative movement.

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A Fox News reporter just torched White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki for one unthinkable lie



The Biden administration is a sinking ship.

The so-called “mainstream” media are finally asking hardball questions.

And a Fox News reporter just torched White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki for one unthinkable lie.

White House Press Secretary Jen Paski is both sweating and dodging metaphorical bullets.

For the first time, Joe Biden and his administration are under unrelenting pressure.

Biden’s other blunders have largely been papered over by the corporate-controlled press, but the failed withdrawal in Afghanistan is too calamitous for even left-leaning reporters to ignore.

Biden reneged on Donald Trump’s May 1st Afghanistan withdrawal, then carried out a bombing campaign in the country.

And the Biden administration seemingly didn’t use the additional time to draw up a proper withdrawal plan.

As a result, American citizens and Afghans who helped American soldiers are objectively stranded in Afghanistan with less than a week to get out.

Despite these facts on the ground, Psaki took umbrage with the word “stranded.”

Fox News reporter Peter Doocy, a constant gadfly for the administration, challenged Psaki on the issue.

Their exchange proceeded as follows:

DOOCY: Does the president have a sense that most of the criticism is not of leading Afghanistan, it’s the way that he has ordered it to happen? By pulling the troops before getting these Americans who are now stranded. Does he have a sense of that?

PRESS SEC. JEN PSAKI: First of all, I think it’s irresponsible to say Americans are stranded there are not.

DOOCY: There are no Americans stranded, is the White House’s official position on what’s happening in Afghanistan?

PSAKI: I’m just calling you out for saying that we are stranding Americans in Afghanistan.

Psaki’s forced outrage and semantic games over the word “stranded” showed the desperation of the regime.

Doocy mentioned during a segment on Brett Baier’s show:

“I was particularly mystified by her choice, the White House Press Secretary’s decision that she made to pick a fight on parsing the word ‘stranded’ involving thousands of Americans and allies who are definitionally stranded right now.”

Biden’s approval ratings are under water, and he has nothing to pivot to.

COVID-19 vaccine and mask mandates have divided the country – even vaccine fanatics are apprehensive about taking a third booster shot.

The southern border is a disaster area, and Biden’s economy is in tatters.

Biden has been a total failure as a President, and it’s only been seven months.

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Fox News faced a protest from this surprising source



Fox News is used to protests.

Liberal activists deploy advertiser boycotts to pressure sponsors to drop Fox News in hopes of forcing big name stars like Tucker Carlson off the air.

But now Fox News faced a protest from this surprising source.

Newsmax TV bills itself as a conservative competitor to Fox News.

Last winter, Newsmax made waves as a large chunk of Fox’s audience defected to Newsmax, and one night Newsmax even drew more viewers in the key 25-54 age group demo than Fox during the 7pm hour.

Newsmax’s latest attempt to draw attention and viewers from Fox came in the form of reporter Mike Carter staging a one-man protest outside Fox News over Fox’s decision not to air an ad from MyPillow CEO Mike Lindell about a cyber symposium Lindell planned to stage to focus on Lindell’s claims of fraud in the 2020 election.

“Here at Newsmax, we believe in a good night’s sleep, so we’re running that ad,” Carter stated. “And today, we’re taking Fox News to the mattresses.”

“We have a Fox News alert, we have a banned pillow salesman!” Carter added. “Why does Fox News hate a good night’s sleep!”

Both Fox News and Newsmax faced billion dollar lawsuits from Dominion Voting Systems over reporting on claims that the voting machines switched votes from Donald Trump to Joe Biden.

No evidence ever emerged to substantiate those claims and both networks eventually backtracked.

Fox is likely looking to avoid any more lawsuits or legal issues should Lindell promote any more claims about cyberattacks on voting machines in the 2020 election.

Lindell responded to Fox News banning his ad about the election by pulling all his ads from Fox News.

Newsmax believes it can take advantage of this feud to continue to build its audience.

Pants on Fire News will keep you up-to-date on any new developments in this ongoing story.

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Fox News made a big announcement about firing these two top stars



Fox News got hit with another lawsuit.

The allegations were ugly.

Fox News made a big announcement about firing these two top stars.

Former Fox Business Channel employee John Fawcett filed a lawsuit alleging that former Trump economic advisor and Fox Business host Larry Kudlow made racist and sexually inappropriate remarks and that legal analyst Andrew Napolitano sexually harassed him and other young male employees.

Fox News released a statement claiming they investigated both charges, and that the network “parted ways” with Judge Napolitano.

There was no such announcement about Kudlow losing his job.

“Upon first learning of John Fawcett’s allegations against Judge Andrew Napolitano, FOX News Media immediately investigated the claims and addressed the matter with both parties. The network and Judge Napolitano have since parted ways. We take all allegations of misconduct seriously, are committed to providing a safe, transparent, and collaborative workplace environment for all our employees and took immediate, appropriate action. Furthermore, the additional allegations laid out in this claim are completely baseless and nothing more than a desperate attempt at a payday by trying the case in the court of public opinion as the complaint does not meet the standards of the law. We will defend the matter vigorously in court,” the Fox News statement read.

This is the second allegation against Napolitano for sexual misconduct.

In September 2020, a man named Charles Corbishley filed a $10 million lawsuit against Napolitano, claiming Napolitano sexually assaulted him when Napolitano was the judge in Corbishley’s criminal trial.

Napolitano denied the allegations and Fox News released a statement backing their legal analyst.

But Fox either did not believe Napolitano’s denials in this latest lawsuit or just believed enough was enough and decided to cut bait.

Pants on Fire News will keep you up-to-date on any new developments in this ongoing story.

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