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14 minutes ago, @SkinsGoldPants said:

As much as I'd like to see this lead to those 3 fired and sued. I'm worried its unprovable if true and the backlash would hurt the Ds in Nov

Henry was already fired.  How does Fox employees filing harressment compliants, either or true or false, hurt the Dems?  

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1 hour ago, drowland said:

Henry was already fired.  How does Fox employees filing harressment compliants, either or true or false, hurt the Dems?  

Because if these are proven fake outside for Hannity/Fishsticks - they'll turn their frenzy up to 11. I just don't want anything but focus on the Trainwreck in the WH. 

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11 minutes ago, @SkinsGoldPants said:

Because if these are proven fake outside for Hannity/Fishsticks - they'll turn their frenzy up to 11. I just don't want anything but focus on the Trainwreck in the WH. 


They will turn it up to 11 anyway for the election I’m sure. It doesn’t take much. Or anything lol

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Eckhart’s lawyers also provided in the complaint a series of text messages in which Henry referred to their relationship in graphic terms. “**** you and your safe word,” he wrote in one message. “You will know when I’m done.”

 

“When u r owned, you don’t get a ‘choice,’” he wrote on another occasion. “You don’t own me,” Eckhart replied.

https://www.thedailybeast.com/ex-fox-news-star-ed-henry-accused-of-rape-in-brutal-new-lawsuit

 

 

Classy of his lawyer to specify that they'll be using graphic photos as part of their defense. 

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Bill O’Reilly is on the verge of landing a new show on radio station owned by a Trump ally

 

Former Fox News host Bill O’Reilly is in talks with a radio station owned by a longtime ally of President Donald Trump to host a new show that would place him in a programming lineup heavily populated by leading conservative pundits. 

 

O’Reilly, according to his attorney Fred Newman, is in the final stages of contract negotiations with New York-based radio station 77 WABC to host a show that is expected to debut in the fall. That network is owned by John Catsimatidis, who also owns the Gristedes grocery chain and is a vocal advocate for the president. 

 

“We are in the final stages of a contract and a program should be on in the fall,” Newman told CNBC through his assistant. O’Reilly’s representative also confirmed the talks were being held with 77 WABC. Catsimatidis confirmed the ongoing negotiations to CNBC.

 

“I wll confirm that, and I think he is one common-sense American,” Catsimatidis said of O’Reilly. He declined to comment further. 

 

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