‘alt-right,’ prior to his 22 November 2016 use of it.” – Alex Kasprak & Kim Lacapria,
Snopes.com, August 17, 2017
Is that a keyboard command?
What it is, is a load of horse manure. Crap. Same as anything else that comes out of the mouthpiece of Il Tweetci The Mad known as Sean Hannity. He is the modern-day version of Joseph Goebbels, head of the Reich Ministry of Public Enlightenment and Propaganda,
Roginsky sued the network, Ailes and Bill Shine in April, alleging her promotion to a regular spot co-hosting The Five was "contingent upon having a sexual relationship with Ailes," and that when she refused, she didn't get the position.
Fox News has now filed an answer, which pretty much denies all allegations, although the network does admit that Shine...
Citing people familiar with the probe, the Journal reported the government’s inquiry has widened to examine not only the structure of those payments but whether intimidation tactics were utilized against employees at the network. Prosecutors at the U.S. attorney’s office in Manhattan and criminal investigators from the U.S. Postal Inspection Service have interviewed women who have accused Roger Ailes, the former Fox News CEO who was ousted last summer, of sexual harassment. Those women include Julie Roginsky, an on-air contributor who recently filed a lawsuit against the network, and Laurie Luhn, a former talent booker who has made shocking allegations about Ailes’ behavior.
A 21st Century Fox spokesman said the company declined to comment on the report. The company has said in the past that
Scott’s promotion, at first, appears encouraging. Her elevation at the network seems to indicate that Fox News is taking the problem of retaining and encouraging female employees seriously — and optically, at least, her new role evinces awareness from the Murdoch family that combatting a culture of sexual harassment might require at least the appearance of the input and experiences of, you
In the last ten months, the network has lost three of its most senior people: Roger Ailes, its former CEO and guiding light; Bill O’Reilly, its best-known anchor; and, yesterday, Bill Shine, a co-president whose ties to top talent and programs were substantial. Ailes’ ouster, which took place last July in the wake of a sexual-harassment lawsuit levelled at him by former Fox News anchor Gretchen Carlson and a subsequent internal investigation, has set in place a quick-falling row of dominoes that some believe has yet to stop.
The network and its parent company are beset by an array of litigation from employees charging gender or racial discrimination. And
Alisyn Camerota, who worked with Fox News as a reporter and weekend anchor for more than a decade, told CNN’s Brian Stelter on “Reliable Sources” that she was targeted by Ailes, who resigned under pressure last July.
“Yes, Roger Ailes did sexually harass me,” she said.
“Roger Ailes was — could be charming,” she said. “He could be quite charismatic. He could be uproariously funny. He could also be a bit of a bully, and mean. And he also was often kind of grossly inappropriate with things that he would say, and I think that many of us experienced that. He would talk about body parts. He would say ‘Give me a spin.’ He would want to be greeted with a hug.”
Camerota recalled an instance in which she told Ailes that she wanted more responsibility. Ailes
Susan Ferris, CEO of Bohemia, is spearheading the untitled film project, written by Kevin Courtney and Ron Pivo.
Based on actual events, the story ﬁnds Snyder on a downward trajectory in his career, and in need of a major break. With the help of his new executive producer, Roger Ailes, Snyder lands the ﬁrst-ever sit down with Manson, setting in motion a series of events that would change late night television forever.
Manson, the notorious leader of the Manson Family gang that murdered actress Sharon Tate and six others, had been in custody since late 1969 and is still in prison serving nine life sentences. Despite the Manson interview, Snyder’s show was canceled in 1982.
Ailes became the founding CEO of Fox News in 1996. He resigned as Chairman
Bill O’Reilly is accustomed to slinging condemnation on his nightly “The O’Reilly Factor,” but now the top-rated cable-tv news personality has become the focus of outrage and advertiser defections following the April 1 New York Times exposé about sexual-harassment allegations against him.
The same day the scandal surfaced, news broke that O’Reilly’s multi-million-dollar contract had been quietly extended. His previous deal had been set to expire at the end of 2017. After losing star anchor Megyn Kelly to NBC News in January, Fox News moved quickly to re-up with O’Reilly, although they kept it quiet, even internally, in
Since the Times report over the weekend, one more woman has come forward with sexual harassment allegations against Ailes, and at least 11 advertisers have pulled ads from O’Reilly’s top-rated cable news show, The O’Reilly Factor.
I Wish Julie Roginsky Would Have Spoken Up Sooner About Roger Ailes
Walsh, at a press conference in Bloom’s Woodland Hills, Calif., offices, claims that early in 2013, after she had started weekly appearances on “The O’Reilly Factor,” she met O’Reilly at his invitation for dinner at the Hotel Bel Air in Los Angeles, and talked of her prospects for getting hired as a paid contributor. She said she later refused his invite to his suite. After that, she said, O’Reilly was “hostile” to her and, in May, her weekly segments were put on hold.
Walsh said O’Reilly’s “job offer disappeared the moment I refused to accompany him to his hotel suite. His
Spokespersons for Fox News Channel and 21st Century Fox were not able to offer immediate comment on Roginsky’s suit, which was filed Monday in the Supreme Court of the State of New York. The suit was filed against Fox News Channel, Ailes and Bill Shine, a longtime staffer who is currently co-president of the network.
“We look forward to a public trial in front of
On Monday, Roginsky filed suit in New York Supreme Court against the cable network owned by 21st Century Fox, its ex-president Ailes and current president Bill Shine. She is represented in part by the same legal team who handled Gretchen Carlson's much-discussed lawsuit, which prompted other women to come forward to claim being subjected to a hostile workplace at Fox News. The Justice Department is currently investigating Fox in connection to...
America’s Newsroom co-anchor Bill Hemmer announced the news during Thursday’s broadcast of the Fox program.
“We have, yet again, some sad news to report here at the Fox News Channel,” said Hemmer. “Fox News contributor and frequent guest here in America’s Newsroom, Alan Colmes, has passed away.”
Colmes is survived by his wife, Jocelyn Crowley, who issued the following statement to the network:
“Alan Colmes passed away this morning after a brief illness. He was 66-years-old. He leaves his adoring and devoted wife,
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