More Chaos at Fox News? Internet Erupts Over Rumors That Judge Jeanine Episode Cancelled

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According to a report being circulated by Newsmax, the Fox News Channel has opted not to air Judge Jeanine Pirro’s show this weekend. The decision came after the network learned that the host planned to cover issues related to suspected fraud in the 2020 election.

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Rob Schmitt of Newsmax said on air, “Sources close to the network tell us us that’s because she made a very staunch defense of President Trump and wanted to expose or attempt to expose the voter fraud that the Trump campaign and Republicans allege took place.”

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However, a Fox News spokesperson clarified that her episode simply would not be airing due to ongoing election coverage, and no cancelations or suspensions had occurred.

While Fox News continues to lose viewers over their continued push to the left, the initial outrage over Judge Jeanine’s show seems to be a knee jerk reaction by several outlets, and die hard fans, to unsubstantiated stories.

This piece originally appeared in Objectivist.co and is used by permission.

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Note: This piece was updated on 30 November 2020 to reflect a more accurate tone of the events discussed in this article. Jeanine’s show was not aired that weekend, but was not cancelled as originally stated.

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