Women have always figured prominently in the Fox News Channel’s line-up, but they absolutely dominate now.
Fox’s showcasing of women hosts has never stopped its detractors at Media Matters, the National Organization for Women (NOW) and other Democratic Party-linked groups from politically targeting the network:
But even NOW may be forced to grudgingly admit that the network’s latest moves continue to elevate women into some of the network’s most high-profile jobs.
The network announced five big moves in the past few days.
Just recently, Fox announced that longtime contributor Laura Ingraham will host her own prime-time show at 10:00 p.m:
— John👉I Stand 🇺🇸 (@JrcheneyJohn) September 19, 2017
Last week, it was revealed that Shannon Bream would host her own program after Ingraham’s:
— Tammy Bruce (@HeyTammyBruce) September 21, 2017
Both of those shows will begin October 30.
Then this week, Fox revealed that Harris Faulkner would host “Outnumbered Overtime With Harris Faulkner” after her regular duties on “Outnumbered”:
I"m so excited! https://t.co/7BwBYAxyKt
— HARRISFAULKNER (@HARRISFAULKNER) September 26, 2017
Right after Faulkner’s new show, former White House spokeswoman, Dana Perino, will take the reins of a new program called “The Daily Briefing With Dana Perino”:
The news channel also announced that Sandra Smith was the new permanent co-anchor of “America’s Newsroom” with Bill Hemmer:
— FoxNewsInsider (@FoxNewsInsider) September 26, 2017
These women clearly have the chops and the talent to succeed spectacularly, but, for numbers' sake, let’s look at the tote board:
That’s ten shows in which women either anchor or co-host out of 15 shows in the line-up.
We know some of the liberal media will ignore it— but we saw what you did there, Fox News.
Watch how “The Five” revealed Perino's big news below.