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‘End of FNC as we know it’: Hannity fires off series of red flag tweets regarding inner turmoil at Fox

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Another big head may be about to hit the chopping block at Fox News and one of its top stars hinted at a “high level” conspiracy within the media giant being at its center.

New York Magazine writer Gabriel Sherman’s article on Thursday indicated the network’s co-president Bill Shine is not getting the support he wants from the Murdoch sons and might be close to getting fired. According to Sherman, Shine is seen as being part of the Ailes era, and may be ousted to clean up the embattled network’s reputation after several sexual harassment lawsuits have been filed.

Shine is currently a defendant in a lawsuit against Ailes filed by former Fox host Andrea Tantaros.

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The article irked Fox News host Sean Hannity enough for him to claim there is an elaborate conspiracy afoot “high up inside” Fox News Channel to get an innocent man fired, and he knows who it is.

Hannity said he was praying that the information in Sherman’s story was incorrect because it would mean the demise of Fox News.

Sherman asked Hannity to give the name of the person he suspects is at the center of the conspiracy but Hannity declined, but offered his support for Shine.

Hannity himself was at the center of a sexual harassment scandal this week, but the accuser, a long time enemy of the host, quickly backtracked her claims.

Many Hannity fans were concerned about what they believe is the downfall of Fox News. Some warned it might be time for Hannity to abandon ship.

Others brought up the recent Jesse Watters turmoil:

One thing is for certain, there’s a lot to keep up with and one Twitter summed that up perfectly:

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