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UTA Talent Agency Drops Journalist Lara Logan

The former “60 minutes” correspondent compared Dr. Anthony Fauci to Dr. Josef Mengele, the Nazi doctor who performed cruel medical experiments on Jewish prisoners.

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Mediaite reports that Lara Logan has been dropped by her talent agency UTA in the fallout regarding comments she made during a guest appearance on Fox News in late November. 

The former “60 minutes” correspondent compared Dr. Anthony Fauci to Dr. Josef Mengele, the Nazi doctor who performed cruel medical experiments on Jewish prisoners.

“This is what people say to me, that he doesn’t represent science to them. He represents Josef Mengele. The Nazi doctor who did experiments on Jews during the Second World War and in the concentration camps,” Logan said. 

UTA chief communications officer Seth Oster confirmed the agency severed ties with Logan several weeks ago. Additionally, a UTA insider corroborated to Mediaite that she was let go over her “highly offensive” and “unacceptable” remarks, which sparked anger within the agency.

Fox News never employed Logan, but she did host a show on their streaming platform on Fox Nation (“Lara Logan Has No Agenda”) and appeared regularly on the cable news network as an unpaid guest.

However, since those comments, Logan has disappeared from the air at Fox News and hasn’t been booked since.

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Christi Paul: I Couldn’t Be Who I Needed for My Family

Sunday marked the final “News Day” broadcast for CNN weekend anchor Christi Paul

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Sunday marked the final “News Day” broadcast for CNN weekend anchor Christi Paul, who bid an emotional goodbye to her colleagues and audience.

Paul will be returning to her home state of Ohio to begin in a new position, but before that, the show aired a retrospective of Paul’s time at the cable news channel. Furthermore, she received messages from several coworkers, including her former co-anchor Victor Blackwell and her current one, Boris Sanchez. 

She told the viewers that the decision was “part of the Great Resignation,” choosing to step back from the high-profile but highly-demanding weekend anchor role.

“I love these people. I love this place. I am so grateful, and I’m so tired. I’m so exhausted. We’re up between 1:00 and 2:00 every Saturday and Sunday. And I just could not be who I needed to be for my family, is what it really came down to,” Paul said. 

Also, the experience of her husband’s battle with Covid-19, which had him go to the ER at one point in 2020 and separated from their parents during the pandemic, made her and her husband rethink their priorities. 

“It was really bad for about three-and-a-half weeks, and there were moments I thought I was going to be a single mom,” she added. 

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Chuck Todd: SCOTUS Credibility ‘Has Never Been More in Question’

Todd voiced uncertainty over the political fallout from Friday’s ruling but expressed that the public has credibility worries about the Supreme Court.

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On Friday, the Supreme Court announced that they were overturning Roe v. Wade in a decision to hand abortion rights back to the states, with some having illegal or strict laws prohibiting the process of terminating a pregnancy. 

During Sunday’s broadcast of “Meet the Press,” host Chuck Todd stressed the stakes of the 2016 election, which placed three conservative justices on the bench and culminated in the ruling that occurred a few days ago. 

“The court’s decision to overturn Roe v. Wade and nearly five decades of abortion rights that gripped the nation in celebrations and bitterness from coast to coast,” Todd said. “We know is abortion is likely to be banned in roughly half the states.”

“And Justice Clarence Thomas suggested birth control, gay rights, and same-sex marriage could be next. And we now know that Donald Trump’s 2016 election, which gave him three Supreme Court picks, all of whom voted to overturn Roe, is easily now among the most consequential ever in our nation’s history.”

Furthermore, Todd voiced uncertainty over the political fallout from Friday’s ruling but expressed that the public has credibility worries about the Supreme Court. 

“Thanks to how this court was put together, its credibility has never been more in question,” Todd said. “And this decision came at a time when the country is already dangerously divided.”

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The Brother of Fox News’ Gianno Caldwell Is Killed in Chicago

Christian Caldwell, 18, was the youngest of nine siblings.

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Fox News political correspondent Gianno Caldwell shared some devastating news on social media as his little brother was murdered in Chicago on Friday. According to The HillCaldwell took to Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter to announce the news.

“Yesterday was the worst day of my existence,” Caldwell posted. “Never could I have imagined my baby brother’s life would be stolen from him. Please keep my family in your prayers.”

Christian Caldwell, 18, was the youngest of nine siblings. He was reportedly living on the South Side of Chicago. The website reports that Gianno stepped in as a father for his younger brothers. The children were placed in the care of their grandmother when their mother was sent away to drug treatment.

“I was like his dad because he never knew his father,” Caldwell said.

Caldwell was hired by Fox News in 2017. The political analyst also runs a bipartisan public affairs consulting firm and hosts the podcast “Outloud with Gianno Caldwell.”

Colleagues and friends reacted with tremendous sorrow. Radio host Joe Pags expressed well wishes for the Caldwell family.

Dan Bongino tweeted, “so incredibly sorry.”

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