Beth Ailes, the widow of Fox News chairman and CEO Roger Ailes, described the network as “industrial devil worship” while being interviewed by Newsmax on Friday.
The Blaze reported that Fox News’ employee portal “Fox Giving” allows staff to make quick and easy donations to groups like the Satanic Temple, the Trevor Project, Planned Parenthood, the Southern Poverty Law Center, and other liberal charities, and that Fox will match those donations up to $1,000. (LEARN MORE: ‘I Will Not Deny My Faith’: Huge Actor Speaks Out About Religion In Hollywood)
In response, Ailes called the move “a betrayal of the Fox News core audience,” and that it was “an example of how the Murdoch’s have decided that they will give us all these reasons why this is okay. They will seek to have a triumph of reason over instinct.
What Is Under Attack?
“All of us know that devil worship, [gender-transition] care, you name it, some of the themes of these organizations that are available to match the donations … they are evildoers,” Ailes continued. “As Christians, we have an obligation to call them out. Christianity is under attack. And what we’re seeing from Fox is industrialized devil worship.”
Apparently Fox News refuses to match dollar-for-dollar donations to the Franklin Graham Charity, which advertises on the network, Ailes noted. (LEARN MORE: ‘The Chosen’ Production Makes Major Announcement)
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