January 27, 2010, - 2:40 pm
If you’re a long-time viewer of PAWNN (the Prince AlWaleed News Network) a/k/a FOX News, you are familiar with the name E.D. Hill, the former anchor of “Fox and Friends.”
Hill was one of the few on air personalities on FOX News who actually knew her stuff (the other, in my view, is David Asman) . . . and that’s probably why they did not renew her contract. She was smart not only about domestic issues, but about Islamic terrorism, the Middle East, and Israel. And she got it right. The conservative Democrat from Texas wasn’t one of those bimbos and airheaded men, of which FOX News has a huge on-air stable, who constantly qualified her comments with “most Muslims are moderate” and other similar boilerplate disclaimer BS. I believe that’s another reason why she was let go. After all this is the network that is nearly 6% owned by pro-terrorist Saudi Prince AlWaleed Bin Talal Al-Saud.
Hill came under attack when she referred to a fist-bump by Barack Obama as a “terrorist fist jab,” but it was, in fact, invented by the Black Panthers (definitely a terrorist group in my mind). She is also the author of, “I’m Not Your Friend, I’m Your Parent: Helping Your Children Set the Boundaries They Need…and Really Want.”
Well, now, E.D. Hill is about to undergo a preventative double mastectomy, since both her mother and grandmother are breast cancer survivors. Her sister also had the same procedure. The details and background of her decision are here. For any woman, this is obviously a major and life changing decision on many levels. She will be on ABC’s annoying “The View” several times to discuss her progress. But, frankly, she should be the conservative at the table instead of the mousy airhead and faux-conservative, Elisabeth Hasselbeck. But it would kill them to actually have a real conservative with an actual brain.
Say a prayer for E.D., as I will. And I hope she’s prominently back on the air somewhere soon. Thanks to reader Bob for the tip.
Tags: Breast cancer, double mastectomy, E.D. Hill, FOX News, Fox News Channel, PAWNN, Prince AlWaleed News Network