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While our headline may be a bit tongue-in-cheek, it’s rooted in reality. In a recent interview with Dave Portnoy of Barstool, Tucker Carlson actually revealed there’s a group of anxious, hateful women within Fox News who are destroying the network. It’s a story we’ve seen time and time again: strong, successful companies taking a nosedive due to emotionally-driven, woke corporate women.

Just look at companies like Bud Light, Target, and Disney. They were led astray by predominantly female marketing teams who suddenly decided to alienate their core audience of beer-drinking men and mainstream American parents by aligning with gender-confused homosexuals.

Fox News may not be actively supporting the trans movement at the moment, even though they’ve done so before, but their latest challenges stem more from political issues. Topics like the Ukraine conflict, the events of January 6th, or the contested 2020 election are causing establishment figures within the network to falter, and many of those people are women in decision-making positions.

Tucker believes his stance on the Ukraine conflict didn’t sit well with many at Fox News — particularly a group of politically correct women whom he sees as the eventual undoing of the network… and why not? We’ve seen this same scenario play out in so many companies.

Just as these assertive, domineering yet scared women share some responsibility for the mishaps and setbacks, the men are equally culpable. Why aren’t they taking a more active role in overseeing the situation and guiding these women back on track when emotions run wild? It seems that men have become hesitant to confront women in the workplace, allowing them to make poor business decisions that can cost people their jobs, all because they’re reluctant to stand their ground. This is what happens when the natural order is disrupted: things start to unravel. Quickly.