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A long-time Fox News host just quit his show with this stunning announcement

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The changes are continuing at Fox News.

Another major shakeup came out of the blue.

And a long-time Fox News host just quit his show with this stunning announcement.

On Wednesday, The Five co-host Juan Williams announced he was leaving the show.

“This is my last day hosting The Five,” Williams told the audience.

Williams cited COVID-19 fears as the show was heading back to all hosts being on set in New York instead of appearing virtually as why he no longer would do the show.

But Williams – who is the most high profile liberal voice on Fox News – added that he would continue to appear on other Fox News programs as a political analyst.

“COVID taught me a lot of lessons. As the show goes back to the New York studio, I’ll be staying in DC. I’ll be working for Fox out of Washington. My work as a Fox News political analyst will continue,” Williams added.

Williams began at Fox News in 1997 and has been a fixture on programs such as Special Report and Fox News Sunday.

Fox News VP Megan Albano praised Williams work in a statement.

“As Juan Williams announced on air today, he will be leaving The Five to live in Washington, DC full time. We are incredibly grateful for his commitment to the show and its success over the last several years. As we started planning The Five’s return to its New York City studio at our headquarters a few months ago, Juan decided to stay in Washington, DC permanently. We accommodated his request, understanding and appreciating his desire to remain closer to his family and recognizing that a remote co-hosting role on a roundtable in-studio program was not a long-term option. While we will miss his insightful contributions each night and look forward to welcoming him on set whenever he’s in New York, we are pleased to have him continue his longtime role as a senior political analyst with Fox News Media,” Albano declared.

The Five will now feature a rotating cast of liberal commentators auditioning for the permanent role.

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A massive fight broke out on Fox News after one comment about Kamala Harris

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Fox News is not immune from cable news dust ups.

Two co-hosts of one of the network’s most popular shows went at it.

And a massive fight broke out on Fox News after one comment about Kamala Harris.

On a recent broadcast of The Five, co-hosts Katie Pavlich and Geraldo Rivera duked it out over Kamala Harris’ trip to Guatemala.

Rivera admitted that Harris’ trip and media interviews where she fumbled questions about not visiting the border were a “disaster.”

Pavlich chimed in with a comment about how Biden only picked Harris because of her race and gender.

“This is what happens when you choose your Vice President based on gender and skin color rather than actual talent and expertise,” Pavlich stated.

“That’s way – that’s so mean,” Rivera responded

“Oh, it’s mean? It’s actually true,” Pavlich shot back.

Rivera then tried to list off Harris’ resume to claim she was worthy of Joe Biden selecting her as his running mate.

“She was Attorney General of the state of California, she was a United States Senator. You can’t demean her,” Rivera retorted.

Pavlich fired back claiming that Harris was a disaster of a Presidential candidate who dropped out of the race before the calendar turned to 2020 because she barely had any support in the polls.

“Well, there’s a reason why she got zero votes and had to drop out of the race before they even started taking votes,” Pavlich stated.

Harris has kept a low profile since taking office.

She’s done very few interviews and held rare press conferences.

And her trip to Guatemala only generated negative headlines.

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Fox News CEO Lachlan Murdoch gave a surprising answer to a question about the network’s coverage

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Fox New has many critics on the Left.

Leftists want the network taken off the air blasting Fox as “state TV.”

And now Fox News CEO Lachlan Murdoch gave a surprising answer to a question about the network’s coverage.

Fox News CEO Lachlan Murdoch participated in a question and answer session and made some head turning revelations about the network’s coverage and its audience.

Murdoch told the audience that Fox considered its opinion hosts center-right, which allowed them to appeal to a larger audience claiming that the vast majority of Middle America was center-right by nature.

The Fox News CEO said his network could cede ground on the Left to CNN and MSNBC while also welcoming conservative competitors like Newsmax on their Right.

“That means there’s space to our Left and to our Right for competitors to come in,” Murdoch stated. “We’re confident in our journalism, confident in our reporting. We’re very happy with our opinion hosts. You have to be willing to have competition, and we see that very clearly.”

Murdoch added that the network’s programming strategy paid off boasting that more independent voters watched Fox News than any other network.

“And the proof is in the pudding,” Murdoch continued. “If you look at Fox News, we have more independent voters than any other network. The share that we are taking, today and in the last months, has been off CNN. The share is coming from the center or the center-left. That goes to our programming. We have more diverse voices than any other network. We have hosts, and we have guests and contributors from the entire political spectrum, and that’s very important to us.”

Fox News has once again reclaimed its status as the highest rated cable news channel.

As MSNBC and CNN lurched to the Left, it allowed Fox to appeal to a broader viewing audience.

And the ratings show that strategy proved to be correct.

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Fox News may face a government investigation because of one letter

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Democrats are on a mission to eliminate free speech.

The Left’s dream may be about to come true.

And Fox News may face a government investigation because of one letter.

There is little doubt that, over the last several years, one of the animating principles of the modern Left is pushing to label any speech critical of the Left as “misinformation” and then demanding tech companies or even the government censor such speech.

The latest example of this trend was Zy Richardson, the communications director for Baltimore City State Attorney Marilyn Mosby filing a complaint with the Federal Communication Commission demanding it investigate a local Baltimore TV affiliate WBFF and Fox News for stories critical of Mosby’s performance in office.

In a letter to FCC, acting chairwoman Jessica Rosenworcel Richardson wrote that “I have noted that the news coverage of the WBFF persistently follows a disconcerting and dangerous pattern: beginning with a slanted, rigged, misleading, or inflammatory headline; followed by a conspiracy theory; and supported with guest commentary from disgruntled ex-employees or political opponents that lend false credibility to their biased coverage or omission of facts.”

Richardson claimed WBFF parroted racist talking points from Fox News and Tucker Carlson, which Richardson claimed violated FCC rules.

“While the frequency of coverage in question by the WBFF would give any reasonable person pause, it is the tone of the coverage that violates the FCC rules. The coverage by the WBFF represents acts that are not merely against the public interest; they also represent acts that are inflammatory against the safety of an elected official. In the public sphere, Fox News is infamous for its bias against people of color, and even more against those who could be deemed “progressive” people of color. Currently, the Fox national news network airs a nightly show with Tucker Carlson, despite recent calls by civil rights groups to terminate his employment because of Carlson’s frequent endorsements of white supremacy views.
In 2015, the WBFF was forced to apologize for editing a video to make it falsely appear that Black protesters were chanting ‘kill a cop!’” Richardson wrote.

To be clear, there are no FCC rules banning negative coverage of politicians.

But Richardson and many on the Left believe there needs to be sharper control on free speech in America to prevent media outlets from criticizing Democrats or disagreeing with their preferred narratives.

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