Connect with us

News Television

Mayor Pete Stops by FOX News to Analyze the Vice Presidential Debate

The former mayor of South Bend, IN, directed his comments towards Vice Presiden Pence, the former governor of his state.

Published

on

When a democratic official appears on Fox News, they have to “do no harm” to their image or campaign, the top campaign official of Democratic Presidential Nominee Joe Biden said.

Former Democratic presidential candidate Pete Buttigieg appeared on the conservative network before the vice-presidential debate between Vice President Mike Pence and Democratic vice presidential candidate Sen. Kamala Harris of California.

The former mayor of South Bend, IN, directed his comments towards Pence, the former governor of his state.

“Well, there’s a classic parlor game of trying to find a little bit of daylight between running mates,” Buttigieg said. “If people want to play that game, we could look into why an evangelical Christian like Mike Pence wants to be on a ticket with a president caught with a porn star.

Then Buttigieg asked what’s Pence actual thoughts on immigration because before becoming vice president, Pence had different stances on policies. For example, in 2015, Pence stated that Trump’s proposed ban on Muslims from entering the U.S. was “unconstitutional.”

Finally, Buttigieg added that American families want to know if they’ll be protected as the COVID-19 pandemic continues to cause many to lose their jobs. “I think what most Americans want to hear about is: Are our families going to be better protected than they have been by (Trump), who’s failed to secure America in the face of one of the most dangerous things ever to happen to our country,” Buttigieg said.

Continue Reading
Click to comment

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

News Television

FOX to Keep Employees Working Remotely Into 2021

In addition to extending the remote work period, Fox is also going to prolong the period when it pays full-time employees’ health insurance premiums. That benefit will now last through the end of 2021.

Published

on

Fox Corp. will not open its offices or facilities until at least April 2021, according to the company’s CEO Lachlan Murdoch who recently sent out a memo to employees explaining what the next several months may look like.

“Over the past eight months, our teams have been working together more closely than ever despite the physical separation,” the letter said. “It was our hope that the trajectory of the pandemic would be such that we could begin our reopening in January 2021. However, with cases continuing to rise, we have delayed our next possible phase one reopening date to no earlier than April 2021.”

In addition to extending the remote work period, Fox is also going to prolong the period when it pays full-time employees’ health insurance premiums. That benefit will now last through the end of 2021.

“We made this decision with the well-being of the entire FOX organization in mind. With most employees continuing to work remotely through at least the end of March, we are able to maintain a low density in our offices for those employees whose jobs do require them to be on site.”

Continue Reading

News Television

Rachel Maddow Urges People to Take COVID Seriously

On November 6th, Maddow announced that she was taking a leave of absence from her show after she encountered someone who tested positive for coronavirus. On her return, she announced that person was her partner, Susan Mikula.

Published

on

Photo by JD Lasica CC BY 2.0.

MSNBC Host Rachel Maddow is urging people to take COVID-19 more seriously after her long-time partner contracted the virus and almost died. Maddow returned to her show Thursday following a two-week hiatus.

On November 6th, Maddow announced that she was taking a leave of absence from her show after she encountered someone who tested positive for coronavirus. On her return, she announced that person was her partner, Susan Mikula. The pair have been together for 21 years.

“My relationship with Susan at the end of the day is the only thing that I would kill or die for,” Maddow said. “Susan has been sick with COVID for these past two weeks, at one time we thought it might kill her.” Maddow has tested negative for the virus. She begged her viewers to not downplay the severity of the coronavirus as cases surge across the country. “”For Thanksgiving next week, you really are just going to have it at home without people coming over. Yeah, that is going to suck, but it’s going to suck so much less than you or someone in your family getting sick. Trust me!”

Continue Reading

News Television

FOX News Host Wants Trump to Work With Biden on COVID-19

The president is contesting the election results through the legal system as his campaign has filed lawsuits in several battlegrounds. Nonetheless, this will take some time to be resolved, but in the meantime, Trump should at least brief the Biden team, Kilmeade said on “Fox and Friends.”

Published

on

Photo by Charlie Cowins CC BY 2.0.

Despite President Trump not conceding the presidential election race, Fox News host Brian Kilmeade stated Trump should start coordinating with President-elect Joe Biden’s team on a coronavirus plan of action.

The president is contesting the election results through the legal system as his campaign has filed lawsuits in several battlegrounds. Nonetheless, this will take some time to be resolved, but in the meantime, Trump should at least brief the Biden team, Kilmeade said on “Fox and Friends.”

“I think it’s in the country’s best interest if he starts coordinating on the virus and coordinating on security with the Biden team. And just brief them,” Kilmeade said.

The Biden team is reportedly barred from seeing any classified material and meeting with administration officials during the transition period. As the United States sees more than 100,000 new cases daily every day this week, and places like El Paso, TX need to bring in mobile morgues to house dead bodies, Kilmeade’s comments come at the right time.

Continue Reading

Trending

Copyright © 2020 Barrett News Media.