A longtime Fox News host is turning on her former employer — and sharply criticizing the media company’s workplace culture.
Megyn Kelly went no-holds-barred on Fox during a Monday interview with Jason Whitlock of The Blaze.
The cable media personality turned independent streaming host is no stranger to the network — having worked at Fox from 2004 to 2017.
“He’s the one that made Fox News worth tuning into…” @megynkelly#tuckercarlson pic.twitter.com/FuZXo0GiCB
— Jason Whitlock (@WhitlockJason) May 18, 2023
Kelly hosted a prime-time weeknight show at Fox starting in 2013.
“My audience is calling them ‘Foxweiser,’” Kelly said of Fox — likening the company to Bud Light after the company’s downfall to an impromptu boycott from American conservatives.
Kelly described Tucker Carlson’s abrupt firing as a watershed between Fox and its audience and predicted the company’s falling out with its ratings kingpin wouldn’t be reversed.