Comment by Jim Campbell
March 29th, 2020
One day we will find out the real reason Trish Regan was fired.
After all, other Fox hosts were equally inflammatory and came away unscathed.
The “Internet” as a forum for news and facts has slipped and fallen victim to the “FAKE NEWS” virus.
The FACTS about the Corona Virus are difficult to sort out.
The actual research was said to have been done in the UK and was controlled by the “Deep State” players.
SERVOCO was said to be one of the key organizations.
The current state of global politics is such that there is complete information overload! The “Garbage-in produces Garbage-out” certainly is the saying of the day (week, month, year, decade, century) for now!
You want some serious garbage? Look no further than the vapid one’s response below.
Republican’s rip her tits off in the video below.
She did a great deal of fake wordsmithing with the Presidents words.
How could he have known thirty days in advance of his action what the U.S. would be facing?
In reality, the statistics were coming in from all over the place and were dubious at best.
The MSM (mainstream media) is very tightly controlled and this latest personnel adjustment as to public opinion and thoughts is no surprise.
I am confident there will be more such personnel adjustments as time goes forward.
A safe bet would be time to renew her contract and Fox didn’t want to pay her what she is worth.
Trish Regan Salary:
What is Trish Regan’s salary per year? $8 million
THE WALL STREET JOURNAL
By Benjamin Mullin
March 29th, 2020
Fox Corp. FOX -10.41% ’s business channel said it parted ways with host Trish Regan, who was taken off the air two weeks ago after she dismissed concerns over the coronavirus pandemic as “impeachment all over again.”
Ms. Regan hosted “Trish Regan Primetime” during Fox Business’ 8 p.m. hour until March 13, when her show was put on hiatus due to what Fox Business said were “the demands of the evolving pandemic crisis coverage.”
A few days earlier, she had delivered a monologue saying the “liberal media” were using the coronavirus to “destroy” the president and “encourage a market selloff.”
“This is yet another attempt to impeach the president,” Ms. Regan said during her March 9 program.
“And sadly, it seems they care very little for any of the destruction they are leaving in their wake. Losses in the stock market—all this, unfortunately, just part of the political casualties for them.”
Days later, Ms. Regan said on her program that health professionals should “test for the virus” to help prevent its spread.
“I have enjoyed my time at FOX and now intend to focus on my family during these troubled times,” Ms. Regan said in a statement Friday released by the network. “I’m looking forward to this next chapter in my career.”
Attempts to reach Ms. Regan directly were unsuccessful.
Fox Business also said Friday it was “reducing its prime time coverage” in order to “allocate staff resources to continuous breaking news coverage on the Coronavirus crisis.”
Hosts at Fox Business’s sister channel Fox News—including Sean Hannity, host of Fox News’ 9 p.m. “Hannity” show—have come under fire for minimizing the threat of the coronavirus before urging caution.
Mr. Hannity on March 9 said he would “call out anyone and everyone who’s using this virus as a political weapon against the president” and likened concerns about the virus as a “new hoax.”
The following week, Mr. Hannity said his program “has always taken the coronavirus seriously.”
Tucker Carlson, host of Fox News’ 8 p.m. show “Tucker Carlson Tonight,” struck a graver tone early on, raising the alarm about the spreading coronavirus in early March during his opening monologue.
“People you know will get sick,” Mr. Carlson said. “Some may die. This is real. That’s the point of this script—to tell you that.”
Fox Corp. and Wall Street Journal parent News Corp share common ownership.
Ms. Regan has been a financial journalist for more than a decade. Before she joined Fox Business in 2015, Ms. Regan anchored “Street Smart,” a daily market-close program for Bloomberg TV.
Ms. Regan was also an anchor at CNBC, where she hosted a daily market show and anchored documentaries.
While working as a financial correspondent for “CBS Evening News” in 2007, Ms. Regan earned an Emmy nomination for investigative journalism, according to her Fox Business bio.
Write to Benjamin Mullin at Benjamin.Mullin@wsj.com