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If you are one of RRG’s regular readers, you know that we have absolutely no fondness for Fox News’s liberal anchor Megyn Kelly.
In fact, we were one of the first blogs to point out that Kelly was a self-promoting liberal hack, way back before she scandalously went after Donald Trump in the first primary debate.
Ugh! We don’t know anyone who wants to endure another day of this woman or her dopey mancut!
And now it appears Fox News may be listening.
Those who follow the nuances within the often predictable intersection of politics and media may have spotted the sighting of a familiar approach last week – when Tomi Lahren was innocuously invited to appear on Bill O’Reilly’s broadcast.
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For no apparent reason Ms. Lahren surfaced during an opinion segment within the broadcast previously used to vet potential Fox News on-air talent and acquisition.
Subtle, but subtle like a brick through a window, when contrast against the current expiring contract of Ms. Megyn Kelly and her foray into free agency.
In 2014 Murdoch’s little princess crossed into the world of ideological celebrity when she was selected as one of Fortune’s influential women. A previously friendly relationship with Facebook COO, Sheryl Sandberg, blossomed almost immediately into a fist-raised ‘we’ve come a long way baby‘, fellow traveler, connection…
Great read, and the math becomes very easy when one considers dropping in the The Blaze’s primetime-ready Lahren, even though just two years out of UNLV, at a fraction of Kelly’s ridiculous reported $20 million price tag.
Oh this is so a no-brainer, Rupert!
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