Beck had to go, now Napolitano has to go, Fox can’t have that much unbridled truth leaking out over the airwaves!
Fox was created in response to people leaving the TV media in droves as the internet and talk radio was gaining in popularity for people looking for something other than the all liberal news all the time on TV so they came up with Fox to lure them back on the ranch.
Pretend to be ‘fair and balanced’ It’s the same principle that works in government, you think the Republican party is the conservative alternative to the Democrat party. Why then does everything go the liberal way. It never goes the conservative way. The conservatives always compromise with the liberals.
That’s because liberals are actually in control of both parties!
'Say goodbye to the most uncompromisingly conservative program on TV'
Apparently too uncompromising for Fox
WASHINGTON – Judge Andrew Napolitano’s “Freedom Watch” on Fox Business Channel, arguably the most hard-hitting conservative show on TV, is being dropped by the network later this month in a major shakeup of the lineup.
FBC is also dropping shows by David Asman and Eric Bolling. The network will repeat earlier shows, “The Willis Report,” “Cavuto” and “Lou Dobbs Tonight” in their place.
Fox is also developing a new show hosted by Melissa Francis, who recently joined FBN from CNBC, that will air at 5 pm ET.
Bolling and Napolitano will continue their on-air roles at Fox Business and Fox News; Asman will continue to anchor the 4 pm ET show on Fox Business.
“We look forward to Judge Napolitano, David and Eric continuing to make significant contributions to both FOX Business and FOX News,” said FBN Executive Vice President Kevin Magee.
In response, WND Editor Joseph Farah, who appeared on Napolitano’s show earlier this week, said: “Say goodbye to the most uncompromisingly conservative program on TV. It may have been the only show on TV that measured politics and economics through the lens of the U.S. Constitution.”