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Remember, whatever you plant is what you reap. If you sow love and kindness, you reap love and kindness, if you sow hate and evil, you reap hate and evil, if you sow discord, you reap discord. Be very careful of the seeds you sow.
originally posted by: neo96
a reply to: MysticPearl
Their joy is going to be short lived.
Alies and co already in the works in creating a new channel.
If they succeed is another story.
Once again another person is fired over just a ACCUSATION ALONE. No proof,no evidence no conviction by a jury of his peers.
originally posted by: olaru12
Shortly after the New York Magazine reporter broke the news on Twitter, 21st Century Fox CEO Rupert Murdoch put out a statement confirming Shine’s resignation. In addition to Shine’s resignation, Murdoch also announced that Suzanne Scott would be taking over as the president of programming, while Jay Wallace would take over as president of news.
So will Fox maintain the conservative mouth piece for Trump? Both Suzanne and Jay are fine journalist and probably won't give much credence to Mr. Twitter.
Fox has reaped what it has sown in upper management and the changes could be drastic and not entirely favorable to the GOP.
That pretty much leaves it up to Drudge, Brietbart and Alex Jones....lol
No one has accused Shine of harassing behavior -- but some ex-employees have accused him of covering up the alleged wrongdoings of others. Shine has been named in at least four lawsuits or allegations related to alleged sexual harassment or racial discrimination at the network.