Sean HannityFox News was once its face. Neben Bill O’ReillyHe was the leading conservative voice on one the most popular news networks in the United States. Many thanks to Tucker CarlsonThe status quo has been altered. Rumours abound about Hannity threatening his job and fighting with co-workers. Here are some tales we’ve encountered about Hannity’s supposed problems at the network.
Sean Hannity on The Outs
The National EnquirerHannity has been left in despair by the rising popularity of Carlson. Making matters worse was the rise of Jesse Watters, a much younger anchor who drew big ratings in his prime time debut. Insiders claim that “Sean is 60 and totally respected—but it feels like Jesse is the future of the network, while Sean is the past!”The tipter knew Hannity couldn’t keep up with Watters, and he was right.
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It’s true that Watters’ debut was a hallmark moment for Fox News. Although he was able to rival Carlson’s debut, Hannity still holds the spot. He consistently beats CNN and MSNBC so Fox doesn’t have the incentive to change its slate.
Fox Co-Workers Get Bashed
The following is the GlobeHannity was left behind, as Fox News leaned towards an anti-Donald Trump position. “The producers are all given ‘guidance’ every morning. For the first time since [Trump] was president, a few cracks have begun to appear,”Insiders explain. Hannity was vociferously pro-Trump, so he’d likely be left behind with the new agenda, the source concluded.
The story did not mention that Trump has been the mainstay of the news media’s operations for five years. Nearly all anchors, Carlson included, have relied on pro Trump rhetoric. Fox News, even with slight changes in tone and content, is still a favorite destination for Hannity and Trump supporters.
Sean Hannity’s Fear Of Tucker Carlson
The GlobeAccording to Carlson, Hannity could be fired. Hannity seemed to be beginning to feel the heat after years of gaining political power from the network brass. “Even Hannity knows not to cross Tucker,”Insiders say. “They are not close and don’t really like each other, but both just ignore each other rather than going to war over who is the most powerful.”
Just because Carlson is the network’s golden boy doesn’t mean he’s the one deciding who to hire and fire. There’s no sign Carlson and Hannity despise each other in the first palace. Hannity will continue to be on Fox News as long as he pulls in viewers, and there are no signs that he is going anywhere.