A broadcaster is surprised by his mother in his first episode on the air: Take care of lawsuits

Amman Today

publish date 1970-01-01 03:00:00

Politician Jesse Watters, who was appointed by the “Fox News” network to replace the famous program presenter, Tucker Carlson, who passed away last April, had a special intervention on his first day in front of the camera, as he had a date with his mother’s intervention on the air, where Watters’ mother, Anne, said: “I want to offer congratulations, dear, We are very proud of you and your achievements and you have worked hard..Now let us aim to make you keep your job.

Mother’s suggestions

The proud mom then included some of her suggestions to prevent Waters from being fired like the anchor before him, who left Fox News after the network agreed to pay a $787 million settlement over its airing of election conspiracy theories.

The mother said, “Do not get involved in any conspiracies. We do not want to lose you and we do not want lawsuits. We want you to be kind and respectful.”


Ann urged the broadcaster to suggest former President Donald Trump rethink his re-election ambitions. “You could encourage your friend Bedminster to return to his former career in television,” she said. Everyone in his audience can wear a red hat.

At the time, “Fox News” promoted accusations made by former President Donald Trump, that US President Joe Biden “stole” the elections.

“Fox News” is the favorite American TV station among conservative viewers and one of the most important channels in Rupert Murdoch’s media empire.

Dominion Voting Systems sued Fox News for $1.6 billion in March 2021, accusing the channel of promoting allegations by Donald Trump that its machines were used to falsify the results of the 2020 presidential election, in which he lost to Joe Biden.


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