- Editor’s note: With the FOX News staff shake-up as Trump left office, coupled with a federal judge’s ruling AND FOX News admitting Tucker Carlson is not always accurate with the acts, the curtain has been pulled back on the unreliability of the news at that network, as many have known for years.
- With The White House focused on transparency and facts, FOX News will become even more irrelevant without their mouthpiece Donald Trump.
- FOX News viewers should read these two magazine reports below and be forewarned!
+ Salon Magazine: Federal judge rules that Fox News host Tucker Carlson’s viewers don’t expect him to tell facts – Fox News admits in court that Carlson is not always accurate when he discusses the news on TV
+ Forbes Magazine: Fox News Lays Off Staffers As Trump Leaves Office
“Fox News has dealt a major shakeup to its staff, laying off more than a dozen staffers after falling behind in the ratings, as some of the departing employees told media outlets the move might be in response to backlash from President Donald Trump and his supporters over how the network handled its coverage of the 2020 presidential election” by Nicholas Reimann, Forbes Staff. Read more
+ Brian Tyler Cohen: Chris Wallace goes megaviral praising Biden’s inaugural address ON FOX NEWS [Ed. note: Chris Wallace is one of the few left at FOX News that has maintained credibility.]
+ On Tuesday, January 19th, Shepard Smith, a Fox News Channel (FNC) reporter for a quarter of a century until 2019, who now has a show on CNBC, was interviewed by CNN’s Christiane Amanpour why he left his job at the FNC.
He replied, “I believe that when people begin with a false premise and lead people astray, that’s injurious to society, and it’s the antithesis of what we should be doing. Those of us who are so honored and grateful to have a platform of influence have to use it for the public good.”
“I don’t know how some people sleep at night because I know there are a lot of people who have propagated the lies and have pushed them forward over and over again, who are smart enough and educated enough to know better. And I hope that at some point, those who have done us harm as a nation — and I might even add as a world — will look around and realize what they’ve done. But I’m not holding my breath.”