Fox News Abruptly Bans Lou Dobbs, Canceling Most Popular Show on Fox Business

Fox News has, without warning or explanation, canceled Lou Dobbs, who hosted the highest rated program on Fox Business.

The subhumans over at CNN’s censorship department, Brian Stelter (Jew-married) and Oliver Darcy (Iranian homosexual), have been pushing for multiple hosts to be removed from Fox News, or for the network to just be shut down completely, because they are like Al-Qaeda.

They celebrated on CNN:

Lou Dobbs, the longtime host of the signature right-wing talk show on the Fox Business Network, was canned by the network on Friday night.

“Lou Dobbs Tonight” is off the air, effective immediately, a Fox spokesperson confirmed. An interim show will take Dobbs’ place at 5 and 7 p.m. Eastern starting Monday.

It was a head-scratching change by Fox Business, since Dobbs was its highest-rated host, albeit on a relatively low-rated network. He often doubled his lead-in’s ratings, which is a rare feat in television.

Dobbs, a veteran financial news anchor, became known at Fox Business for his sycophantic pro-Trump programs. He was one of the former president’s biggest boosters on television, and Trump regularly thanked him in return.

In one of Trump’s first statements since leaving the White House, he effusively praised his friend, saying Dobbs “is and was great. Nobody loves America more than Lou. He had a large and loyal following that will be watching closely for his next move, and that following includes me.”

The pro-Trump propaganda bent juiced Dobbs’ ratings. But his far-right programming choices repeatedly caused consternation within the company, a source close to the matter said, and his program was a loss leader for Fox because many advertisers didn’t want to be associated with his content.

Most recently, Dobbs was named in a $2.7 billion lawsuit filed by a voting technology company, Smartmatic, on Thursday.

The lawsuit asserts that Dobbs and other Fox hosts defamed Smartmatic while perpetuating President Trump’s lies about election fraud.

A source close to Dobbs confirmed that he had been “benched” by the network. Dobbs declined to comment.

The Los Angeles Times, which broke the news, said Dobbs “remains under contract at Fox News but he will in all likelihood not appear on the company’s networks again.”

This is something known in the TV business as “pay or play” — a network can opt to keep paying a host but not put them on TV, keeping them out of the hands of rival outlets.

Stelter appeared on CNN to celebrate the victory.

This is the big move.

Censorship has now gone mainstream.

Who’s next?

Well, Tucker Carlson and Sean Hannity are the most obvious targets, as they also have very big audiences.

Darcy, an Iranian homosexual who is working to start a war with Iran so he can return to his country and lead gay pride parades, has already suggested that cable providers need to cut the lines to Fox News completely. They can of course legally do that, because they are private companies, and in America, a private company is allowed to do whatever it wants.

Well, that’s not exactly true. What is true is that a multinational, monopolistic corporation can do whatever it wants to anyone. A small Christian bakery cannot do anything at all, and is forced out of business by the government for refusing to bake an anal cake.

It will be funny to see Sean Hannity explaining that he supports the right of Comcast to remove him from the airwaves.

Billionaire Mark Cuban – who is, shockingly, a Jew – went on CNN Friday night to voice his support for the banning of Lou Dobbs from TV.

It’s very strange that people are allowing these billionaires to call all the shots in society. It’s surreal, actually, that both left and right have been convinced that the correct way to run a society is to allow billionaires to rule over you.