Fox contributor downplays COVID-19 Thanksgiving concerns: “What we do inside of our homes is our business”

AINSLEY EARHARDT [CO-HOST]: Rachel, what do you think of Kate Brown? She’s the governor of Oregon. She said call the cops if you see people violating COVID restrictions. She said, “This there is no different than what happens if there’s a party down the street and it’s keeping everyone awake. What do neighbors do? They call law enforcement because it’s too noisy. This is just like that. It’s like a violation of of a noise ordinance.”

I understand, you know, that if there is a party, yeah, that’s not allowed. But what if, in your case, you have a family of 11 — what if the restrictions are 10, and someone called the cops because —

STEVE DOOCY [CO-HOST]: Sorry, Sean [Duffy] — beat it.

RACHEL CAMPOS-DUFFY [FOX NEWS CONTRIBUTOR]: Yeah, well, we’re already violating all kinds of — not just Thanksgiving rules, but apparently, you know, we’re environmental terrorists,

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Newsmax CEO downplays rumors that Trump backers are looking to buy network

Newsmax CEO Christopher Ruddy is downplaying the reports that allies of President Trump are looking to acquire the network.

Hicks Equity Partners, a private-equity firm led by the Hicks family with ties to a co-chairman of the Republican National Committee, has sought to buy a media outlet for more than a year and zeroed in on Newsmax, according to a Sunday report from the Wall Street Journal. Ruddy has shot down rumors of the possibility of an imminent sale.

“Newsmax would never become ‘Trump TV,’” Ruddy said in an interview with Variety. “We have always seen ourselves as an independent news agency, and we want to continue with that mission. But we are open — [Trump] is going to be a political and media force after he leaves the White House, and we would be open to talking to him about a weekly show,” but he added that the

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