2020-06-21 23:35:49 UTC
A woman looking at dicks? Whatever is the workd coming to?
Folks, it's time to kill every faggot and PC liberal who attacks
heterosexuals like this.
Beat their skulls in, hang them from trees, cut their throats.
The bitter, long-brewing war between Fox News and former Fox
host Kimberly Guilfoyle has taken a very public detour into
territory strangely familiar for the conservative media
behemoth: hotly disputed dick-pic allegations.
On Friday, HuffPost reported that Guilfoyles departure from Fox
News came after an internal investigation into her conduct that
started last year, which included charges that she was showing
personal photographs of male genitalia to colleagues (and
identifying whose genitals they were), regularly discussing
sexual matters at work and engaging in emotionally abusive
behavior toward hair and makeup artists and support staff.
Guilfoyle's legal representation told the news outlet that
accusations of Kimberly engaging in inappropriate work-place
conduct are unequivocally baseless and have been viciously made
by disgruntled and self-interested employees."
Regarding the issue of personal photographs of male genitalia,
sources familiar with the ongoing drama have offered their
version of that particular, attention-grabbing detail. One Fox
News employee claimed that the dick pics are not what is being
implied by some.
Multiple sources familiar with the situation insist that
Guilfoyle was sent photos of male genitalia from at least one
person who she said was a stalker. She alerted Fox personnel
and security to the photos, as is protocol for messages that
could be perceived as threats or harassment.
As The Daily Beast reported earlier this week, Guilfoyles
enemies at Fox News had waged a covert and hostile whisper
campaign against her.
A person close to the situation said Fox News really stepped in
The same turns of phrases used by Fox with Kimberly Guilfoyle
in the separation agreement appear word for word in the article
in HuffPost, this individual claimed.
In a pair of Tweets just after this story posted, HuffPost
reporter Yashar Ali said that none of my sources for my story
had access to any agreements and that "Fox News PR was not my
source for this story or any story Ive ever done."
Knowledgeable sources and Fox insiders warned The Daily Beast
about a file and oppo on Guilfoyles workplace conduct that
Fox News brass had kept over the years and were potentially
preparing to weaponize. Those warnings began shortly after the
networks notoriously ruthless public-relations and comms shop
appeared to kick her to the curb last Friday with a passive-
aggressive single-line statement simply reading, Fox News has
parted ways with Kimberly Guilfoyle.
In a statement to The Daily Beast earlier this week, days before
the HuffPost story dropped, Fox News spokeswoman Irena Briganti,
a former Roger Ailes lieutenant, said, Fox News in no way,
shape, or form has said anything about Kimberly other than the
statement issued by the network [last] Friday. To suggest
anything otherwise is absolutely false, downright malicious, and
Fox News late Friday declined comment on this story.
The Fox News headquarters in New York City has a reputation in
the cable-news business as a workplace where intense backbiting,
palace intrigue, and high-profile feuds run rampanta work
environment resembling that of President Donald Trumps
administration. Fox has become, of course, a powerful and
influential ally for the Trump administration and the Trump
family. Trump Jr., who Guilfoyle is currently dating, has
appeared numerous times on the networks programs.
Emails verified and reviewed by The Daily Beast have shown that
Fox Newss comms operation has in the past secretly planted
negative stories in the press intended as public, fingerprints-
free retribution against some of their own on-air talent, such
as hosts Bill OReilly and Stuart Varneythe latter of whom
still works at Fox.
Guilfoyle, who is now vice chairwoman of the Trump-boosting
America First Action super PAC, made her share of enemies in the
Fox building over the years, and theyve been leaking
aggressively against her.
John Singer, employment counsel to Kimberly Guilfoyle, said,
Any accusations of Kimberly engaging in inappropriate work-
place conduct are unequivocally baseless. During her lengthy and
decorated tenure with the company, Kimberly was beloved, well-
respected, and supportive of anyone she ever met. Its utterly
preposterous that there are those who are nefariously and
greedily twisting innocent conversations amongst close friends
into much more than what it actually was for financial gain.
Kimberly has happily moved onto the next chapter of her life and
hopes others will do the same.
Lydia Polgreen of The Huffington Post told The Daily Beast on
Friday that we stand by our reporting.
A source familiar with the situation added that the big
question is will DTJ turn against Fox News? Can he really afford
to? Or will both Fox News and Kim just fake news it up?