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Fox News host Jeannine Pirro told Sebastian Gorka on his podcast that she is afraid that Fox News is getting set to fire her.
It happened when she thought they were off the air on Gorka’s Salem Radio program “America First,” on Tuesday.
He told her during the commercial break that the microphones were still live on his YouTube and Livestream but she did not heed the warning.
Gorka started discussing the next segment with the Fox News host of “Just with Jeannine Pirro” and asked when she would be in Washington D.C.
He asked if she would do an in studio appearance with him and she said that she would have to ask Fox News if she could.
“Fox reviews everything. They’re unbelievable,” she said. “They’re still saying you cannot do Bill O’Reilly, you cannot do Newsmax.”
She said that the network suspended her in March and she believes that it was the start of Fox News getting set to fire her.
“They suspended me,” she said. “I’m not going to get fired. You know I’m worried that that suspension was the basis to tee up for anything I do wrong, they’ll fire me.”
Pirro was suspended after she made comments about Minnesota Rep. Ilhan Omar and said that some of her comments represented he Muslim faith.
A week after Fox News host Jeanine Pirro went after Minnesota Democratic Rep. Ilhan Omar for wearing a hijab her show has been pulled from the schedule.
The announcement came mere hours before her show was set to air on Saturday and it has many wondering why, Variety reported.
Fox News Channel replaced tonight’s broadcast of Jeanine Pirro’s weekly program with a repeat episode of its documentary series “Scandalous,” just days after the 21st Century Fox-owned cable-news network said it condemned remarks the outspoken host made about Minnesota Democrat Ihan Omar.
The change in Fox News’s schedule was evident in an on-screen cable guide. But a Pirro broadcast had been placed in newspaper TV listings for this evening.
When reached for comment, a Fox News spokesperson said, “We’re not commenting on internal scheduling matters” and declined to elaborate.
During her broadcast last Saturday, Pirro, a former New York prosecutor, suggested Omar, a Democractic representative, did not respect the law set down by the Constitution of the United States. “Is her adherence to this Islamic doctrine indicative of her adherence to Sharia law, which is antithetical to the U.S. Constitution?” Pirro asked.
Fox News condemned the words of its popular host in a statement it issued after she made her controversial remark.
”We strongly condemn Jeanine Pirro’s comments about Rep. Ilhan Omar,” the network said in a prepared statement. “They do not reflect those of the network and we have addressed the matter with her directly,” it said.
“Thank you, @FoxNews. No one’s commitment to our constitution should be questioned because of their faith or country of birth,” Rep. Omar said.
Now speculation is rampant on Twitter as to why Pirro’s Saturday show was cancelled at the last minute for a special.
Src: The Federalist Papers