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Uhm, and I normally don’t cover a lot of media stories, but obviously the upheaval going on there with the CEO and its biggest star ousted because of sexual harassment, not just an issue at Fox News channel, but an issue across the country.And it seems to be, with what happened with Bill O’Reilly, really a change in corporate culture in terms of what is tolerated. ” “Well, I think the key there is, you said I used to be with Fox,” Palin responded. Corporate culture there obviously has to change, y’know, women don’t deserve, they should not ever have to put up with any kind of intimidating work space.
And we should take a stand and get out of the place, or blow the whistle on whoever is the perpetrator doing the bad stuff so that the culture will change.” “So yeah, obviously things are changing quickly at Fox News,” Palin said.
But they – Fox and the punters - lost interest and her contract wasn’t renewed, leaving Palin railing about the need for “more truth-telling”.
I want to talk directly to you on our channel on my terms - and no need to please the powers that be.” Ah yes, those pesky powers that be. Fox News built her her own studio in her home in Wasilla, Alaska, and paid her a million dollars a year to pull in the punters.
CNN political analyst Kirsten Powers related her experiences at Fox News on CNN Wednesday, although some have questioned why she didn’t speak up earlier, and seemed to have denied such claims against O’Reilly prior to the current imbroglio.
What better way to spend it watching Sarah Palin (and her sizeable family) opine on everything from impeaching President Obama to trimming the welfare state, with cheery scenes of family meals and hunting trips thrown in – gratis. But let’s shun Palin's invitation to “go rogue” and start with her welcome message – all dazzling smile and glittering stars-and-stripes pendant (there’s a whole lot of that little pendant on Sarah Palin Channel). Handy, given that Palin reportedly had no idea Africa was a continent. “And, most importantly, I want you to talk directly to me. 100 per cent Mom.” And what a mom (or “Mom-in-Chief” as she calls herself) Palin proves to be.
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