Fox News asks contributor reported for sexual harassment to comment on Kavanaugh and Blasey Ford

In June, the Daily Beast reported that Tyrus was quietly removed from his Fox Nation show Un-PC after a sexual harassment complaint was filed by his co-host, Britt McHenry. Rather than discipline him, Fox responded by rewarding him with his own Fox Nation show, Nuff Said with Tyrus. He has also continued to appear on Fox News shows such as The Daily Briefing with Dana Perino and The Greg Gutfeld Show

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Citation From the September 5 edition of Fox News' Outnumbered

HARRIS FAULKNER (CO-HOST): Does anybody else wonder why this attorney has come out now with this information? I mean, what else does this attorney know, and why is this suddenly the layering that might have been -- I don't want to say helpful to Kavanaugh or bad for the -- I don't know what it could have changed. But it's information about someone's motivation and that might speak to the issue of why she waited so long, the timing, all those questions that were asked --   



KENNEDY: And if that's the motivation, it is to undermine his nomination. If it's a political motivation, then it's to make sure that Roe v. Wade stays intact and you're trying to make sure that a conservative jurist doesn't land on the Supreme Court. If that's your motivation, then you want to make sure that you say whatever you have to in order to derail that. That didn't happen, mostly because of Michael Avenatti, but I think what we have to look at is the next Supreme Court nominee there is, if it's under this president, we could see a type of political war we think we can fathom, but it is going to get so ugly.


TYRUS (FOX NEWS CONTRIBUTOR): I mean, ugly is the word. This is disgusting. To answer your question in my opinion, well it's going to sell a lot of books, isn't it? Everyone's going to want to read that and see what happened. We're talking about it. If that was the reason why, you have stained a man's reputation forever. There is always going to be people --

FAULKNER: You think that asterisk is really there, even though he was confirmed and we moved on?

TYRUS (FOX NEWS CONTRIBUTOR): There will always be people in the room that will say I don't know, he probably did it. Because that's what happens when an accusation goes to that magnitude. America stopped to watch these proceedings and it was -- everyone was supporting her and her claim. If someone did bash them or made that -- even made the hint like oh, this is political, they were shunned, took off the air. And now partly, what does the word partly mean?