Fox News used to be a source of undeniable truth about politics and all other various goings-on in this country. They were reliable and trustworthy. Unfortunately, those days have passed.
In recent months, it has become more and more apparent that Fox News had sold out to the other side. They’ve become increasingly critical of President Trump, blasting outright lies presumably to pander to the left.
They attempted to release fake polls about the president’s chances of re-election but the public and the president himself saw right through their scheme.

President Trump quickly alerted the American public to the latest entry in the fake news MSM network. Fox News, thereafter, was branded and their audience began to disappear in droves.

Unfortunately, such loss of viewers inevitably leads to a loss of revenue and, when that happens, networks must make hard decisions. The executives at Fox News have decided that it is necessary to cut staff, and they’re starting at the top.

Tucker Carlson and Sean Hannity are the two highest-paid news personalities on television. It is for this reason, we’re told, that their names are first on the chopping block. Both are set to be released by the network in this new year.

Joe Barron is the chief bean counter for Fox news and he had this to say:

“It makes perfect sense to get rid of the fat. The fat, in this case, is Carlson and Hannity. They make far more than anybody else on the air.

And let’s face it, who watches them? I’ll tell you. The same people that are calling us fake news now and are giving Newsmax better ratings than us.

Why would we want to remain loyal to them? Screw them. We’ll bring in Maddow and Blitzer or something like that. The left will embrace us as their new network of choice.“

So Hannity and Carlson will soon be out of a job. It remains to be seen if anybody else will pick them up such as Newsmax or OANN. It’s likely somebody else will. These two men are purveyors of truths and that’s what the American public wants to see.

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