This entire statement from three former Fox employees is a must-read:
Fox’s Sean Hannity told disgraced former host Bill O’Reilly on November 26 that he should return to Fox News.
Hannity has propped up O’Reilly since the latter left Fox News, inviting him for multiple fawning appearances on the radio and even one in-studio appearance on his Fox News show. O’Reilly even used some radio appearances with Hannity to attack the women who reported him for sexual assault.
Former Fox News political commentator Julie Roginsky also filed a lawsuit in 2017 against Ailes, former Fox co-President Bill Shine, and Ailes lawyer Diane Brandi, claiming Ailes “made unwanted sexual advances while leading her to believe that a big promotion would follow.” She later settled.
Former Fox News reporter Diana Falzone settled a lawsuit with Fox News regarding gender discrimination in 2018. The New Yorker reported earlier this year that Falzone had proof of Donald Trump’s relationship with Stormy Daniels before the election and that a Fox News executive prevented the story from running. Earlier this week, Falzone called out that executive, who now reportedly runs a network of fake news sites.
While these three are sending a clear and powerful message about sexual harassment and Hannity’s hypocrisy, there are also hosts currently at the network who have been reported for sexual harassment -- and Fox News has done nothing. Fox News' CEO has reportedly taken part in enforcing the network’s sexist culture and allegedly assisted in retaliation campaigns against employees who reported sexual harassment. The problems with the culture of sexual harassment at Fox go right to the top with Rupert Murdoch.