• Joe Concha: “Only Hunter Biden & Alyssa Milano” Are Less Qualified Than Pete Buttigieg

    10 days ago - By FOX News Radio

    On Fox Across America with Jimmy Failla, Fox News Contributor Joe Concha explained why being the mayor of South Bend, Indiana has in no way prepared Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg for the challenges he is facing.
    “He went from being the mayor of South Bend, you say, Notre Dame, maybe that's a big city where Notre Dame plays. And no, I've been there, it's a small Indiana town, and outside of Saturday afternoons, when the Irish are at home, it is a very sleepy, typical, desolate kind of Indiana town. And you say, OK, well, but Buttigieg was a decent presidential candidate, right?...
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  • Joe Biden Praises Companies For Covid-19 Vaccine Requirements Amid Spread Of Disinformation

    10 days ago - By Deadline

    President Joe Biden, in brief remarks at the White House campus, praised corporations and local governments for instituting vaccine requirements, but he still called the number of those going without the Covid-19 shots “unacceptably high.” “We are down to 66 million people, still an unacceptably high number, of unvaccinated people, from almost 100 million in...
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  • Tucker Carlson Completely Dodges When Asked About Fox News Vaccine Policy: ‘I'm Not Qualified to Speak For the Company'

    10 days ago - By Mediaite

    Fox News host Tucker Carlson has been a vocal critic of President Joe Biden's Covid-19 vaccine requirement for companies with more than 100 employees, but ducked a simple question about his own employer's policy in a recent podcast.
    Biden's policy requires employees to either get vaccinated or be tested at least weekly. It has been met with outrage on Fox News.
    In comparison, the Fox News policy requires employees to either show proof they had received the vaccine or agree to daily testing. Phrased another way, the employees do not have to get vaccinated and are not required to disclose...
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