A Fox News Insider Reports That Maria Bartiromo and Jeanine Pirro Can’t Stop Crying

Funny story written by Fannin Fabriano

Thursday, 11 February 2021

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Maria told CNN's Anderson Cooper that she and Trump text each other 13 to 27 times a day.

NEW YORK CITY – (Satire News) – A Fox News insider, who did not want her name disclosed (Laura Ingraham), informed Boom Boom News reporter Hacienda Fiddle that Maria Bartiromo and Jeanine Pirro haven’t been able to stop sobbing ever since fellow Foxer Lou “The Bullfrog” Dobbs was fired.

Dobbs was fired for making disparaging remarks about the recent soccer game between Norway and Turkey, which Turkey won 9-1.

Lou, who is believed to be Turkish, kept saying on his show that the Norwegian team deserved getting clobbered and embarrassed because many of them have said that Turkey is positively the dumbest, stupidest name for a country.

Meanwhile, Lou's BFFs, Bartiromo and Pirro, have both had their shows cancelled by Fox, and each has been placed on probation for spreading horrific lies about climate change, Celine Dion, and cellulite salve.

Maria said that she is being discriminated against simply because she is Donald Trump’s current girlfriend.

Pirro contends that she should have immunity, because many, many years ago, she let Trumpy and two other Fox officials get to third base with her on a cold December night in Central Park.

Political television pundits say that the once-mighty Fox News Network is, little by little, coming apart at the seams, due to years and years of lie after lie after lie, and it will eventually end up becoming the Pussy News Network.

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