With the departure of Jesse Watters and Jeanine Pirro from Fox News’ Saturday nights, Fox has announced its new lineup, starting next week.
Brian Kilmeade will host an as yet untitled show at 8 PM ET which, according to Fox’s announcement of the new lineup, “will provide perspective and context to major stories with power players throughout the news landscape with an overall theme of placing country before party.” As if Fox has ever put country before party.
“Unfiltered with Dan Bongino” will move up from 10 PM ET to 9 PM.
At 10 PM ET, “Lawrence Jones Cross Country” will air. Fox says Jones will “will focus on newsmakers from across the political and cultural spectrum, spotlighting the leading concerns facing Americans nationwide. He will travel across America to highlight key stories such as the border crisis, crime in big cities, and the COVID pandemic.” According to Mediaite, Fox also says Jones will provide “an in-depth look at underserved communities.” That probably means minority Trump supporters.
Brian Kilmeade will continue to cohost Fox & Friends during the week.
NewsHounds' Brian put together a list of some of his favorite Kilmeade and Jones segments:
Ellen added some revealing Bongino segments:
As we’ve previously reported, Watters will give up his Saturday night Watters World show, which aired at 9 PM ET, to host “Jesse Watters Primetime” at 7 PM ET on weekdays and Pirro’s “Justice with Judge Jeanine,” which aired at 8 PM ET, has ended with Pirro moving to a permanent weekday cohosting gig on The Five.
(Bongino image via screen grab)
And my thanks to Steve for bringing up Gore’s graciousness, even though he thought he had a chance to win after recounts.
Although many recounts have not brought up evidence of fraud having been committed on a scale that would overturn the 2020 election, GOPers are insisting on yet another, yet another, yet another recount. They’re in Benghazi mode …. keep at it til the desired outcome is obtained.