|Megyn Kelly's departure from Fox News is big. It also leaves the network primetime line up full of old White and extremely conservative men hosting the programs.|
Gabriel Sherman broke the news of a major shakeup over at Fox News. It appears that the biggest shakeup since 2013 was the one who involuntarily became a voice to women.
I peeped social media and found that 2017 is already off to an interesting start. It was confirmed that the primetime lineup will be shaken up over at Fox News. The 9pm spot held by Megyn Kelly will likely go back to Sean "Softball" Hannity.
Megyn Kelly heads to NBC and the news is HUGE.
NBC offered Kelly a big payday plus her own daytime show and discussion program, anchor an in-depth Sunday night news show and take regular part in the network's special political programming and other big event coverage.
Kelly had tangles with the fuhrer. Donald J. Trump and his minions have often attacked Kelly on her journalism and called her some nasty words.
Kelly who been with Fox News since 2005 slayed the beast. The beast was Roger Ailes. Kelly had felt betrayed after the network didn't defend her during the first Republican debate. Matter of fact, Bill O'Reilly, the softball were egging Trump on to attack Kelly.
Kelly was infamous for saying Santa Claus and Jesus were White and it's a fact.
Last year, she tangled with D.L. Hughley, Newt Gingrich and Michael Moore. Those made the news.
Softball Hannity who is the biggest Trump and Republican booster was pretty bitter after being demoted to the 10pm. The softball has a major feud with Kelly.
Ailes who was then president and CEO of Fox News and Fox Entertainment was fired out the cannon after Kelly came forth to admit that Ailes sexually harassed her. Her story helped former anchor Gretchen Carlson win her case against Fox News. She sued Ailes for sexuality harassment and wrongful termination. It opened the door to many others. Andrea Tantaros would come forth and sue Ailes as well.
Greta Van Susteren who held the 7pm spot abruptly left Fox News and is rumored for a deal over at MSNBC, a direct competitor to Fox News in the partisan rancor.