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BREAKING:HEY’RE TRYING TO SUSPEND FOX NEWS’ SHEPPARD SMITH

A Petition to suspend Fox News Anchor Sheppard Smith for a sexual assault claim is gaining steam.

As reported by magavoter.com

A petition calling on Fox News to suspend host Shep Smith to investigate a shocking sexual assault claim in gaining steam, with over 800 digital signatures.
The petition reads:

According to a new bombshell report from BigLeaguePolitics, Shep Smith has been accused of Sexual Assault by a man.

Fox News has been fast to suspend allies of President Trump, such as Judge Jeanine for merely expressing her opinion on Ilhan Omar.

In addition in July of 2017, Fox News suspended Charles Payne for having a sexual assault allegation against him.

Payne was later found to be innocent and reinstated, but not before an investigation.

In order for Fox News to not show hypocrisy and treat Anti-Trump Shep Smith like others, we believe Shep Smith should be immediately suspended to investigate the claim against him.

Do you think Shep Smith should be suspended? Please share and comment.

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5 comments

  1. He should have been gone a long time ago. He’s horrible.

  2. I don’t care much for Sheppard Smith but to fire him because of a complaint that has yet to be proven or in court. Your making judgment call and that is plain wrong. You are no better then the Dems judging President Trump before being proven guilt. Lets wait it out and see what happens.

  3. In addition to anchoring Fox News Channel’s flagship news program, Smith also anchors most prime time news presentations provided by Fox News for the broadcast Fox television network .

  4. Fox News said Thursday that it signed the anchor to a new multi-year deal. Smith and Fox last drew up new employment terms in 2013, when Fox News made him its primary breaking-news anchor for the network, and created a new studio, the Fox News Deck that he could use to interrupt regularly scheduled programming as events warranted.

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