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This Fox News host is rushing to AOC and “The Squad’s” defense



Although no one still knows who the next President will be, there’s no denying the fact that the Democrats suffered a humiliating defeat on November 3 – with Republicans slicing Pelosi’s House majority down to razor-thin margins.

Of course, most political pundits, analysts, and Democrat officials all agree that the extreme, liberal wing of the Party’s nonstop calls for defunding the police and outright socialism is the reason they lost so many seats this election.

But this one Fox News host is rushing to AOC and “The Squad’s” defense.

During a recent episode of America’s Newsroom, Chris Wallace appeared to talk about the massive division taking place between moderate Democrats and the far-left members of the Party such as AOC and “The Squad.”

But instead of blaming the massive losses Democrats suffered this election on the outspoken, extreme members of the Party, Chris Wallace chose to defend AOC and “The Squad” – saying he expects them to “have a lot of clout in the House” during the next session of Congress.

“Everybody expected them [Democrats] . . . to pick up a half dozen seats at least. It looks like they’ve lost more than a half dozen seats,” said Wallace.

“So, you could say well, ‘The Squad,’ AOC and her colleagues, don’t have as much power. On the other hand, Nancy Pelosi is going to have a razor-thin majority in the House. They’re going to need every vote,” he continued.

And then came the bombshell from Wallace.

“Those members of ‘The Squad’ and their like-minded colleagues are going to have a lot of clout in the House. They hold, in many respects, the balance of the majority in their hands.”

But Pants on Fire readers probably aren’t the least bit surprised to hear Chris Wallace is defending AOC and “The Squad.”

After all, this is the same Chris Wallace who, instead of moderating, spent most of the first debate arguing with and attacking President Trump.

And this is the same Fox News who prematurely called Arizona for Joe Biden on election night and also cut White House Press Secretary Kayleigh McEnany off during the middle of a press conference on the alleged voter fraud that took place in several states on November 3.

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Chris Wallace uttered these five words after hearing about CNN’s massive failure



CNN is a leaky boat taking on water.

The network has been mired in scandal.

And Chris Wallace uttered these five words after hearing about CNN’s massive failure.

Since Discovery Media merged with Warner Bros and took control of CNN, new management has not at all been impressed with the network.

Discovery board chairman John Malone even said he wanted CNN to be more like Fox News in terms of having straight news counterbalanced with opinion shows.

So it was no surprise when new leadership pulled the plug on the network’s streaming service CNN+ only 23 days after the service launched.

Former ESPN host Jemelle Hill has been booted from another venture, and former NBA player Rex Chapman, who’s an insufferable leftist on Twitter, will also see his show canceled.

But people are particularly interested in the fate of former Fox News host Chris Wallace, who defiantly exited the right-leaning network for CNN+.

When asked about his next move, Wallace said, “I am going to be fine.”

But Wallace’s attempt at nonchalance belies his manic demeanor during the last days of the streaming service.

Wallace was reportedly barking at people to keep him updated on the service’s abysmal viewer numbers.

Wallace also grumbled that he wanted a CNN show if the streaming service went under.

Thus far, there has been no announcement from CNN if they plan to give him a cable show.

Wallace’s move from prominent news anchor on Fox News to afterthought casualty on CNN+ was a terrible miscalculation on his part.

On the way out the door, Wallace said his time at Fox News became “unsustainable” because his views differed from the opinion hosts.

Now it’s time to see if the Democrats who applauded him will give him a soft landing.

After news of CNN+’s collapse, Wallace also said in an interview,  “I’m in good shape, whether it’s at CNN or someplace else…I think you’re seeing a lot of the anchors at CNN Plus doing everything they can do to protect the people that were working on their team, and to make sure they either get a safe landing at CNN or someplace else.

That has yet to be seen.

CNN+ was not exactly a fount of news talent.

Wallace also gave his reasons for the streamer’s failure, explaining, “When I came over to CNN Plus, there were some very smart people, from [former network president] Jeff Zucker to [former WarnerMedia chief executive] Jason Kilar, on down, who were saying that the future of cable news was in great jeopardy, because of the fact that you’re seeing people unbundle…The idea was that you’ve got to a get a foothold in the streaming world…Two weeks ago, streaming was king…and, suddenly, streaming is in an ICU, on life support…I have absolutely no idea which is right and which is wrong, but the Discovery people are in charge, and so they made the decision.”

Somehow, other streamers have been able to stay afloat.

The key is having content that people want to see, something CNN+ did not figure out.

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Former Fox News host who jumped ship to CNN just realized he made a colossal mistake



CNN is in complete shambles.

New management at the company is already dissatisfied with the operation.

And one former Fox News host who jumped ship to CNN just realized he made a colossal mistake.

It takes a certain level of arrogance or stupidity or both to leave the number one cable news channel for the fledgling streaming service of the number three cable news channel.

Host Chris Wallace did exactly that, and it appears as though he’s already regretting his decision.

Streaming service CNN+ is already shaping up to be a failure—budget and staffing cuts are reportedly on deck—and Wallace is supposedly not handling the chaos well.

Jon Nicosia, former managing editor of Mediaite, reported, “SOURCE: Chris Wallace is ‘having daily breakdowns’ over the ‘miserable launch’ of CNNplus. Wants a ‘CNN show or is threatening to walk’ they go on. ‘He is having staffers count how many times a day his promo is playing.’”

Wallace certainly has cause for concern.

CNN+ has already slashed its subscription prices in half in order to inflate subscriber numbers, but the gambit hasn’t worked.

CNBC reported that “fewer than 10,000 people are using CNN+ on a daily basis two weeks into its existence, according to people familiar with the matter. The people spoke with CNBC on the condition of anonymity in order to discuss nonpublic data. CNN+ launched on March 29. The subscription news streaming service, which charges $5.99 a month or $59.99 annually, only became available on Roku on Monday and still isn’t on Android TV. Still, the paltry audience casts doubt on the future of the application following the recently completed combination of Discovery and WarnerMedia into Warner Bros. Discovery.”

Wallace took a swipe at Fox News out the door.

He explained, “I’m fine with opinion: conservative opinion, liberal opinion…But when people start to question the truth — Who won the 2020 election? Was Jan. 6 an insurrection? — I found that unsustainable.”

CNN+’s business model appears to be even more unsustainable.

Nicosia’s source also relayed, “He’s telling anyone that will listen he wants Cuomo’s old time slot.”

Wallace’s departure from Fox News makes sense.

If he’s deluded enough to believe that CNN stands for truth, then it becomes understandable how he reasoned himself into thinking CNN+ was a shrewd career move.

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Chris Wallace just left Fox News for CNN. Now everyone was asking this one question



Chris Wallace shocked viewers on Sunday by announcing he was ending his run at Fox News.

But Wallace’s next career move set off a media earthquake.

Now that Chris Wallace left Fox News for CNN everyone was asking this one question.

On Sunday, news broke that Chris Wallace was leaving Fox News when his contract expired to join CNN.

Specifically, Wallace would become one of the faces of CNN+, the left-wing propaganda network’s new streaming platform.

Many believed Wallace – who is a registered Democrat – would feel more at home on CNN.

And the move also came after John Malone – the majority shareholder of Discovery Media, which just merged with CNN – stated he wanted to see CNN become more like Fox News and get out of the lefty opinion journalism business.

However, Wallace moving to a platform which requires consumers to pay a subscription fee directly to CNN puzzled many.

Among them was radio host Howard Stern.

Stern discussed the move on his Monday radio show and said while he liked Wallace he did not understand the move to a CNN streaming service.

“I always liked Chris Wallace on Fox News,” Stern told listeners.

“I always thought he was a level-headed guy. The guy actually pulled it off,” Stern said. “I used to watch him on Fox News and go, ‘How does he put up with this sh*t?’”

Stern cited CNN’s miniscule audience and wondered how – if CNN could not attract an audience now – the network planned to attract people to directly pay them money to watch their programming.

“I gotta tell ya,” Stern added. “People don’t watch CNN, who the hell is going to pay for CNN+? Are they out of their mind? CNN+, I mean what is that? Regular CNN isn’t enough?”

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