Skip to comments.Tucson Chick-Fil-A Worker to be Interviewed on Fox (Neil Cavuto, Tuesday 4 p.m.)
Posted on 08/07/2012 6:37:15 AM PDT by CedarDave
Fox News has been announcing last night and this morning that Rachel, the Tucson Chick-fil-a worker bullied last week by now-fired Adam Smith will be interviewed this afternoon (Tuesday) on Neil Cavuto's show, 4 p.m. EDT.
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I hope Rachel is not being used by anyone for her beautiful and outstanding response to an a$$hat.
She deserves to be left alone.
Unfortunately, her boyfriend has put up a website and it almost seems as if he's pimping her for his benefit. http://supportcfarachel.com/
>>Unfortunately, her boyfriend has put up a website and it almost seems as if he’s pimping her for his benefit. http://supportcfarachel.com/ <<
He is thinking about the $700K that bus monitor lady got.
Fox News should leave Rachel alone because she’s probably busy working. They should interview Adam smith instead. Not only does he have plenty of free time he’s good for laughs.
Neil is one of Fox’s best interviewers. He’ll treat her with respect.
I agree, leave her alone, unless this is what she want. She is actually putting her life and job at risk by doing this
That’s exactly what I thought when I saw he had created a website.
Creating a website to thank others for their support is one thing. Using it to ask for money is another. I thought it was over the top. And it seems as if the boyfriend is using her to bring attention to himself and make a bit of money at the same time.
Who cares about him???
If she can hold herself back from throttling that wuss Adam Smith while he, with a camera in her face, defames and ridicules her, I have a feeling she can handle herself.
Every time I think of that little Adam Smith putz I want to spit. The only reason people like that breathe air is because we live in a relatively polite society. Mr. Smith wouldn’t last a minute in a third world country; some father or husband would have offed him long ago.
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