If anyone can figure out the point, let me know.
Asked about the first source's allegation, a second source with knowledge of the situation said, "I wouldn't disagree with it from this standpoint: Brit was the 800-pound gorilla who could pick up the phone and say he will not do that. Bill Sammon is no 800-pound gorilla within the organization. He doesn't have that much sway."Gee, I wonder why? This pathetic obsession with Fox is eating away at their brains, not to mention their readers.
The second source also said of Sammon, "He is not going to buck the bosses in New York. The D.C. bureau chief [Brian Boughton] and managing editor in D.C. [Sammon] are not as powerful as they once were. They are not going to raise objections and fight hard. They will just pass on the message."
Fox News did not respond to requests for comment on Sammon.
I believe this 100%. However, I will agree that this is fairly thin on evidence. We can't be like t-baggers and believe everything we read that fits our beliefs. That being said MMfA is reputable and no doubt will follow up this story with more evidence when it surfaces. For now, it seems like Fox News has some turmoil but we'll have to wait and see to what depth.Speaking of pathetic obsessions, they're soiling themselves on word that Andrew Breitbart will be appearing on ABC News on election night.