Alinsky Camerota Describes Her “Abusive” Experience With “Pervasive Ailes Culture” At Fox

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Former Fox News anchor Alisyn “Alinsky” Camerota, now a propagandist at Fake News CNN, takes advantage of her tenure with the competitor to hurl some thinly-veiled accusations and predictions of more chaos to come.

She says she was at Fox for a long time, knows a lot about the culture, and that she still has friends there who have a feeling that there “is actually more to come. This isn’t the end. That just Bill O’Reilly leaving, there’s more to come.” She expands beyond the mere rumors of her fellow America-hating libs, saying, “And in fact we know that there’s still an investigation, a Justice Department, a criminal investigation, and where do we think that might lead?”

Certainly if anyone can speculate on that and report it as fact, it’s this motley crew at CNN.  Stelter describes it as being the inappropriate payment of settlement hush money without properly informing investors. It’s an interesting conflict since the information could and would likely breach the secrecy upon which such an agreement is based, potentially causing harm to the shareholders in the process.

Stelter characterizes the environment that he’s never been a part of, for obvious reasons, as a toxic culture in which harassment by “for example O’Reilly or Ailes” was accepted. Camerota won’t go that far, not yet anyway, saying, “I don’t know that I would call it a toxic culture, but I would say that it was pervasive. That there was a feeling when I was there that Roger was the boss. It was Roger Ailes’ fiefdom.  He was the king. There was no higher authority that you could ever go to – and there was harassment.”

“And I tried,” Camerota says, “in my own way, to raise the flag and to talk to people about it. I went to my superiors to talk to them about it, and there was certainly a feeling of ‘this is Roger, what are you going to do, who are you going to go to?’

If Roger Ailes was involved with Alinsky Camerota, then he’s not nearly as smart as his reputation indicates, or he just didn’t care. Anyone can tell from the distance of their living rooms across the country  that she’s a lawsuit in search of a charge and a settlement.

There were some women at Fox who were like that, more than willing to use their looks to gain positions and quite possibly lead an overweight, attention-starved executive to convince himself something existed where it didn’t. Or worse, to possibly take the bait when it didn’t exist and he was being manipulated for profit’s sake.

It takes two to tango, but only one side of that equation leaves their former position in shame. The female side, some of which might be labeled by some as gold-diggers, leaves the relationship with a lot of cash; Gretchen Carlson and Rebecca Gomez, for example.

Aggressive sexual harassment is one thing, but falling prey to a set up is quite another. There may be elements of both at play or there may not. The investigation will probably provide the answers. However it shakes out, It sounds like Camerota is already on the inside of the next story, unless it’s fake news.

Cuomo never said a word the entire time, which is very unusual. Is this something that, for some unknown reason, he’d rather not get into?

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4 Comments on Alinsky Camerota Describes Her “Abusive” Experience With “Pervasive Ailes Culture” At Fox

  1. Was delighted when Camerota was gone from Fox along with the rest of them who thought they had talent but never got anywhere on Fox. Plus, they had 0 personalities other than when they were talking about themselves.

  2. Kelleigh Nelson // April 21, 2017 at 11:28 am // Reply

    These women make me tired. I even have heavy doubts about the women who attacked Cosby and claimed he drugged and raped them. I met Cosby in the late 60s, played pool with him for nickel a game, had a great little chat and ice cream Sunday and wished him well. Then in the mid 70s ran into him again. He’d just finished a gig and I was getting off work. We went and had sandwiches and coffee and talked politics for 3 hrs. I didn’t agree with all he stated, but we enjoyed each other’s company. He gave me a hug, wished me a great life, and I’ve not seen him since.

    Now don’t tell me I wasn’t attractive in my 20s and that’s why he didn’t hit on me because I was a Playboy Bunny the first time I met him, so that’s not it. But I will tell you I have grave doubts about the claims against him because of his stance against young blacks and the way they’re raised, he gave a speech to the NAACP years ago that they were not very fond of. I believe this was the destruction of a man who gave so much to his own people, but did not go along with all the garbage Jesse Jackson types spew.

    And women will use anything to get ahead, I’ve seen it over and over and over, and many are paid off to claim things that never happened. It’s disgusting what our society has degenerated into

    • I really like your investigative work, and IMO this comment is spot on.

      • Kelleigh Nelson // April 22, 2017 at 3:56 am // Reply

        Thank you Ben, I just finished an article on O’Reilly, who I believe was ousted by the same ole pile of phony dung…the leftists.

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