[Ed. – It may be for the best, as Dobbs would get an audience wherever he went, and have more editorial freedom. Of course, he would also be at risk of de-platforming, assuming he didn’t go to a major cable or network outlet. I think he’s in his 70s; he may decide it’s time to dial it back. He’d get plenty of followers with a podcast though.]
Fox News Media announced Friday that it has canceled Lou Dobbs’s show on Fox Business, ending the highest-rated program on the business network.
Dobbs, a loyal ally of former President Trump who promoted theories about election fraud following his loss last year, hosted the evening show for a decade.
A Fox News Media spokesperson confirmed the cancellation of “Lou Dobbs Tonight” to The Hill, saying it was part of programming changes that are “regularly” weighed. …
The announcement comes a day after Dobbs was named, along with other Fox hosts and pro-Trump attorneys, in a $2.7 billion lawsuit from voting technology company Smartmatic.