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There’s an obvious trend happening in America and it’s worth noting again: several companies, such as Bud Light and Miller Lite, have recently seen women take the helm, but unfortunately, these ladies have made some wildly poor business decisions that have led these companies into disastrous situations. This “women-centric” move in corporate America isn’t a fluke. It can be linked to the significant increase in the number of women joining the workforce over the past decade. With women now dominating higher education and earning the majority of degrees, it’s only natural to see their presence and influence grow in various industries — but at what cost? This brings us to a recent situation that unfolded at Fox News involving a chyron that aired during Trump’s most recent arrest by the DOJ that took a decisive and direct hit against Joe Biden, referring to him as a “wannabe dictator.”
For a brief moment, it looked like Fox News had taken a bold step and was speaking the truth precisely when America needed it the most.
However, the next day, the man responsible for posting the chyron was promptly fired. Who fired him? According to Tucker Carlson, it was a group of hysterically emotional women running Fox News who clamored to apologize to the world for insulting Dictator Joe while he was committing election fraud by unjustly arresting his popular opponent.
That’s right, Fox News is now run by women — a fact that was cleverly brought to light by Tucker on his new Twitter show, if you read between the lines. During the latest episode of his new Twitter show, Tucker revealed what happened behind the scenes at Fox News and how these rogue women who run the network “panicked” over the chyron.
The Fox News producer who authored the network’s chyron Tuesday night labeling President Joe Biden a “wannabe dictator” has parted ways with the company, two sources told The Daily Beast on Thursday.
Former Tucker Carlson Tonight managing editor Alexander McCaskill, who features prominently in a toxic work environment lawsuit by a former colleague, is no longer with the network—a topic that Carlson himself discussed in the latest episode of his Tucker on Twitter video series.
The ousted Fox News host said that after the chyron ran, “the women who run the network panicked.”
“First they scolded the producer who put the banner on the screen,” Carlson claimed. “Less than 24 hours after that, he resigned. He had been at Fox for more than a decade. He was considered one of the most capable people in the building. He offered to stay for the customary two weeks, but Fox told him to clear out his desk and leave immediately.”
Revolver has previously made the bold claim that women-run organizations are “weapons of mass destruction.”
There seems to be a concerning situation brewing within the marketing departments of certain beer companies and similar entities. Forget about product development, brand management, sales, and market share — women-led marketing teams are apparently focusing their efforts on transforming what they perceive as “toxic male” organizations into more inclusive corporations that provide a safe environment for women and the LGBTQ community.
If the business world doesn’t take notice of and put an end to this trend, it could lead to the demise of these companies.
While Fox News is worried about offending Joe Biden, here’s a look at how the mainstream media treated Trump:
Leftist Rosie O’Donnell says she wants “to send the military” to get Trump pic.twitter.com/c90lgN9oo4
— Ryan Saavedra (@RealSaavedra) October 18, 2018
— CNN Politics (@CNNPolitics) January 20, 2020
Female influence in business, which often-times consists of knee-jerk reactions, overly emotional decision-making, and concern for feelings over merit and performance, is proving to be disastrous for corporate America.
Catch Tucker’s entire Episode 4 here:
Ep. 4 Wannabe Dictator pic.twitter.com/MDcs5g0gxB
— Tucker Carlson (@TuckerCarlson) June 15, 2023