As Viewers Leave Fox News, Pirro Suspended, Gutfeld Says He’s Going Down With The Ship

There’s no question about it. Fox News is hemorrhaging once loyal supporters after Saturday’s non-stop coverage of “President-Elect” Joe Biden and “Vice President-Elect” Kamala Harris.  Who knows, they probably did win this election, but the sudden about-face in coverage slant within the past 48 hours has many worried that the network is going to be the next CNN.  Fox News has its share of Juan Williams, Kennedy disrespecting Rudi Giuliani, but bringing in Donna Brazille was the icing on the proverbial cake for many.

It all started when Fox News called Arizona…then Pennsylvania…then participated in a coordinated media announcement to declare Joe Biden the winner of the 2020 election.

On Saturday, the network suspended Judge Jeannie Pirro and host Greg Gutfeld said he’s going to go down with the ship.

When asked on Twitter if he’s getting out of Fox, Gutfeld said, “Hell no. I love fox. I love my coworkers and my awesome shows and I don’t take career advice from people on twitter. But take care.”

“What’s so awesome about all this is that Fox News is now hated by everyone. The corporate media will always hate Fox, and now Fox has lost its base of support due to its own left-wing bias and a lot of flat-out lying,” Breitbart published on Saturday.

Jeanine Pirro, who hosts the popular “Justice with Judge Jeanine Pirro” was absent from the Fox News station’s lineup Saturday night.  Multiple source claimed she had been suspended for her pro-Trump stance during election broadcasts and her support of the notion that election fraud played a role in the current ballot counts in several states.

Pirro has also been the victim of social media censorship by Twitter, removing several of her posts in the past week including one that read, “Complaints of #voterfraud on a national scale in a presidential election . Where is the @FBI  Where is the #DOJ ?”

In 2019, Fox News suspended Pirro for criticizing the network on her own show.