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Are you a Fox News Fan?   Do you get off when Sean Hannity, Laura Ingraham, Lou Dobbs or Tucker Carlson rant and blame Obama and everyone else for his troubles and F*ck-ups…for everything.  Well, obviously you did not understand the matrix of political intelligence in this country which states:

“ Idiot politicians are elected by idiot voters, who listen to FOX News, similar to the NAZI version of truth well used by Dr. Goebbels and written today by Stephen Miller, Noted White Nationalist and Certified Screwball Pr*ck and then their idiotic conspiratorialists create the fake news so essential for T-RUMP since he cannot tell the truth so he needs a volley of lies each and every day.  

We understand your loyalty to T-RUMP and FOX news, many like you are simpletons and succumb to the totally F*cked-up drummer.

These fake journalists who are chosen from a selection of idiots called friends and party members… Hannity, Ingram, Tucker and Dobbs, all homophobic, sociopaths, friggen idiots and liars and their words cause a lot of mental masterbation in the idiot community.  We are here to protect your weenie!

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Roger Ailes  —  Roger Eugene Ailes (May 15, 1940 – May 18, 2017) was an American television executive and media consultant. He was the chairman and CEO of Fox NewsFox Television Stations and 20th Television, from which he resigned in July of 2016 after allegations of sexual assault were made by 23 women. The unadulterated father of screwing the crew.

Ailes was a media consultant for Republican presidents Richard NixonRonald Reagan, and George H. W. Bush, and for Rudy Giuliani's first mayoral campaign. In 2016, he became an adviser to the Donald T-RUMP campaign, where he assisted with debate preparation.  Code named Preparation X since it contained so much sh*t…

Ailes suffered from hemophilia, a medical condition in which the body is impaired in its ability to produce blood clots. He died on May 18, 2017 at the age of 77 after suffering a subdural hematoma that was aggravated by his hemophilia.  He was a king whose own power brought him down…

Bill O’Reilly  —  Perhaps the most significant firing in Fox News’ history was that of Bill O’Reilly. For decades, he helped shape Fox into what it is today and hosted the top-rated show on cable news. But in April 2017, The New York Times reported that Fox News and O’Reilly had been settling sexual harassment lawsuits with women for years.

After the first New York Times investigation revealed that O’Reilly and Fox News had settled five sexual harassment lawsuits totaling $13 million, Fox News terminated O’Reilly’s employment in April 2017. The revelation of this sixth settlement caused O’Reilly to be dropped by the United Talent Agency.

Eric Bollin  —  The Huffington Post reported that Bolling had sexually harassed female colleagues at Fox News, sending unsolicited nude photographs and making inappropriate comments that made women uncomfortable.

Bob Beckel  —  Former co-host of The Five Bob Beckel got himself into hot water on Fox News quite a few times, accidentally cursing on live television on numerous occasions. In 2015, the network fired him and cited his “personal issues,” as he had become addicted to prescription drugs.

According to The Los Angeles Times, Beckel stormed out of his office when he found out the person coming to fix his computer was black.   On May 19, 2017, Bob Beckel was again fired from The Five for allegedly making an "insensitive remark" to an African American employee.

Gretchen Carlson  —  Carlson alleged that her contract was not renewed because she turned down the sexual advances of the network’s chairman, Roger Ailes. She filed a lawsuit against him immediately, according to Politico. Carlson’s lawsuit prompted more women to come forward and allege that Ailes had sexually harassed them. This led to Ailes’ resignation.
Fox News ultimately settled with Carlson, reportedly for $20 million.   

Andrea Tantaros  —  In 2010, Andrea Tantaros joined Fox News, becoming one of the co-hosts of The Five after only a year with the network. In 2014, she was moved to Outnumbered. But in April 2016, she was unceremoniously removed from the channel. Tantaros later said that this was because she had complained about being sexually harassed by Ailes.

Rudi Bakhtiar  —  After spending 10 years with CNN, Rudi Bakhtiar joined Fox News in 2006 as a correspondent. But a year later, she was fired. In 2016, New York Magazine reported that Bakhtiar complained about being sexually harassed by a co-worker, Washington bureau chief Brian Wilson.

John Huddy  —  In October 2017, Fox News fired its correspondent John Huddy Jr -  Huddy was known for reporting from Jerusalem. At the time, Fox News said they fired him after investigating a “physical altercation earlier this month.”

But Huddy immediately said in an interview that no such altercation took place. Huddy was fired on the same day that his sister was interviewed by Megyn Kelly about sexual harassment at Fox News.

Dick Morris  —  After a lengthy career in politics that included serving in the Clinton Administration, Dick Morris began working as a political commentator. He was hired by Fox News, regularly popping up on shows like The O’Reilly Factor.
In 2012, Morris confidently predicted that Mitt Romney would be elected president, and a few months later, Fox News decided not to renew his contract. Morris soon said that Fox News had fired him specifically because he was wrong in his election prediction.

Stacey Dash  —   She says that she voted for Barack Obama in 2008, but in 2012, she announced that she would be voting for Mitt Romney.  During her time at Fox, she made a number of controversial statements, including saying live on air that Obama doesn’t “give a sh*t” about terrorism. This got her suspended for two weeks.  She also said around the time of the Oscars that Black History Month should be abolished and accused Black Entertainment Television of lying to black people.

Marc Lamont Hill  —  In a 2017 interview, Hill said that he “got fired, fortunately” from Fox and joked that he considered it to be a “badge of honor.” He also said that he found out he was fired by Fox when The Hollywood Reporter reached out to him and asked how he felt about being fired.

Michelle Fields  —  In 2014, Michelle Fields became a contributor for Fox News, appearing as a guest on shows like Fox & Friends, Hannity, The O’Reilly Factor, and Cashin’ In. She also became a political reporter at Breitbart the following year. In March 2016, she accused Donald Trump’s campaign manager, Corey Lewandowski, of aggressively grabbing her while she was trying to ask a question.

Bo Dietl  —  Former New York City Police Department detective Bo Dietl joined Fox News as a contributor in 2010. He was fired from Fox News in August 2016.  At the time, it was reported that Dietl had been on thin ice ever since Roger Ailes had left the network, with the rumor being that the main reason Dietl was hired was to help Ailes wage war against his enemies and accusers.   The New York Daily News also reported that Dietl was fired soon after he clashed off air with fellow contributor Jehmu Greene.

Eric Burns  —  From 1997 through 2008, Eric Burns hosted Fox News Watch, a debate show on Fox which would focus on media bias, with the panelists debating whether stories were fairly portrayed in the media.
In 2008, Burns was fired from the network. This was not due to a scandal, but because Fox evidently wanted to take the show in a different direction and focus on other media sources like the internet.

Jessica Golloher  —  Reporter Jessica Golloher served as a Fox News Radio correspondent until April 2017, when she was informed the network would not be renewing her contract. Golloher alleged that she was told of this decision less than 24 hours after she asked to speak to the network’s independent investigator about issues at Fox.

Scottie Nell Hughes  —  Scottie Nell Hughes was never a Fox News employee, but she appeared frequently on many of the network’s programs. In September 2017, Hughes accused Fox Business host Charles Payne of rape.
She also said that she was pressured into engaging in a sexual relationship with Payne in exchange for career advancement. Hughes told The New York Times that after she ended her relationship with Payne, Fox News blacklisted her. She has not appeared on the network since then.  Fox briefly suspended Payne after Hughes’ rape allegation, but he returned to the network in September 2017.

Trish Reagan  —  The Fox Business anchor Trish Regan has departed the cable news network, two weeks after she was benched following an on-air monologue in which she dismissed concerns about the COVID-19 as a “scam” fueled by enemies of President T-RUMP. The network said on Friday that it “has parted ways” with Ms. Reagan

Catherine Herridge  —  On October 31, 2019 Fox News announced that Catherine Herridge would be leaving the network, shortly after being awarded the Tex McCrory Award for Journalism from the Congressional Medal of Honor Society for her enterprise reporting at Fox News. She joined CBS News as a senior investigative correspondent.

Tucker Carlson   —  was the most adored among the Fox News hosts, with 31 percentage points. Till recently when he has gone off the cliff with sheer nausea and vomit fake reporting and volcanic level stupidity

The Latest Scumbag News


Fox News, Ed Henry, Sean Hannity &

Tucker Carlson Sued In Sex Trafficking, 

Sexual Harassment & Retaliation Suit

(UPDATED with Fox News & Ed Henry Attorney Statements on Lawsuit) Tucker Carlson is returning to Fox News Channel tonight after a short vacation, but along with the cabler newser itself, Sean Hannity and the now fired Ed Henry, the top rated host also finds himself in the center of a whole new legal spotlight of alleged misconduct at the now Suzanne Scott and Jay Wallace-run outlet.

“It is widely documented in the public record that Fox News has not only cultivated and fostered sexual harassment and misconduct, but has consistently accepted and rewarded it,” says a sex trafficking, sexual harassment, gender discrimination and retaliation lawsuit from former Fox Business Network associate producer Jennifer Eckhart and former FNC guest Cathy Areu filed today against the Rupert Murdoch-owned outlet, its former reporter and some of its biggest and loudest primetime hosts.

New York (CNN Business)  A lawsuit filed in federal court against Fox News on Monday accused former host Ed Henry of rape and alleged that he retaliated against two women who rejected his advances.

The lawsuit was brought by Jennifer Eckhart, a former Fox Business Network producer and online personality who made the rape allegation against Henry, and Cathy Areu, a journalist who appeared frequently on Fox News.

Henry was abruptly fired by Fox News on July 1 after the network said it received a complaint of sexual harassment from years ago.  Catherine Foti, an attorney representing Henry, said in a statement that Henry engaged in what she described as a consensual relationship with Eckhart.

"The Me Too movement has helped to bring to light a number of injustices in our society, and everyone that has suffered deserves to be heard," Foti said. "This is not one of those cases."

"The evidence in this case will demonstrate that Ms. Eckhart initiated and completely encouraged a consensual relationship," Foti added. "Ed Henry looks forward to presenting actual facts and evidence, which will contradict the fictional accounts contained in the complaint. That evidence includes graphic photos and other aggressively suggestive communications that Ms. Eckhart sent to Mr. Henry."

The lawsuit also alleged that Areu was subjected to sexual harassment by three other Fox News hosts: Sean Hannity, Tucker Carlson and Howard Kurtz. 

In a statement, a Fox News spokesperson rejected claims of harassment regarding those three hosts. The statement said a "comprehensive independent investigation" that included interviews with "numerous eyewitnesses" was conducted by an outside law firm, and described Areu's allegations as "false, patently frivolous and utterly devoid of any merit."

"We take all claims of harassment, misconduct and retaliation seriously, promptly investigating them and taking immediate action as needed — in this case, the appropriate action based on our investigation is to defend vigorously against these baseless allegations," the Fox News spokesperson said. 

The Fox News spokesperson added, "Ms. Areu and Jennifer Eckhart can pursue their claims against Ed Henry directly with him, as Fox News already took swift action as soon as it learned of Ms. Eckhart's claims on June 25 and Mr. Henry is no longer employed by the network.”

An Allegation of Rape

The lawsuit said that Henry started flirting with Eckhart in 2014, when she had recently graduated from journalism school. The lawsuit said Eckhart made clear she was "not romantically interested" in Henry, but that he persisted in his advances and she ultimately agreed to have drinks with him one night.

After finishing their drinks, the lawsuit said, Henry invited Eckhart to his room. When they arrived at the room, the lawsuit said Henry "ripped off her clothes" and that she ultimately had sexual intercourse with him "fearing that her career would be over if she refused."

The lawsuit described Henry as continuing to pursue Eckhart, despite her attempts to rebuff him. In one instance in September 2015, Eckhart alleged, Henry forced her to perform oral sex on him in a guest office at Fox News' New York City headquarters. 

In 2017, the lawsuit said, Eckhart agreed to meet Henry for another drink. After Henry disclosed he was about to be promoted to an anchor role at the network, the lawsuit said, he invited Eckhart “ to take a walk and discuss her career at his hotel," to which Eckhart agreed "out of concern for her job." 

When the two entered the hotel room, the lawsuit alleged that Henry — who the lawsuit said had expressed interest in bondage — "applied metal handcuffs" to Eckhart's wrists and threw her onto the bed, despite her objections. The lawsuit said Henry "proceeded to take naked photographs" of Eckhart, despite Eckhart having "pleaded for him to stop" and delete the photos. 

"When Mr. Henry was done taking photographs, he proceeded to forcefully rape Ms. Eckhart while she was still restrained and helpless in handcuffs," the lawsuit said. "While raping Ms. Eckhart, Mr. Henry performed sadistic acts on Ms. Eckhart, which included, among many other things, violently hitting her in the face multiple times."

According to the lawsuit, Eckhart "made every possible effort to cease all communications" with Henry afterward. The lawsuit said, however, that he "continued to harass and retaliate against her for rejecting his continued advances." 

According to the lawsuit, Eckhart notified Fox News human relations and her supervisor on February 10, 2020, that she was "experiencing a toxic work environment." The lawsuit says no one ever followed up with her, but that the company retaliated against her by “ Informing her that her employment would be terminated" in June after more than seven years of working for the network.

More Allegations of Harassment

Eckhart wasn't the only target of Henry's advances, according to the lawsuit. The lawsuit said Henry sent Areu "a slew of widely inappropriate sexual images and messages" in 2020. 

One such message, according to the lawsuit, included a video of a mock job interview in which the woman "exposes her vagina" and the interviewer "indicates that she got the job." The lawsuit said Henry knew Areu wanted to be employed by Fox News and "was telling her, in no uncertain terms, that he would assist her career if she had sex with him." 

The lawsuit said that after a May 21 phone call, in which Areu did not agree to Henry’s advances, Henry called her a "jerk" and cut off contact with her.  The lawsuit also described one instance in 2018 in which Hannity allegedly "threw $100" on a desk and "began calling out to the men in the room and demanding that someone take" her out on a date. 

Also in 2018, the lawsuit said, Carlson told her he would be alone in his hotel room in New York. The lawsuit described Carlson as "probing to see" whether Areu "was interested in a sexual relationship."

And in July 2019, the lawsuit said, Kurtz invited her to meet in the lobby bar of the hotel he was staying at. It alleged he later implied he was upset she had not gone to his hotel room.

The lawsuit said that when Areu refused to go along with what Hannity, Carlson, and Kurtz asked for or suggested, her appearances on their shows were dramatically reduced. 

A Fox News spokesperson said that the investigation conducted by the outside law firm determined all of Areu's claims to be false.

ATCH 05-07-2020