She made a career decision, leave her alone. Who wouldn't leave their current job for 3x's the salary and a better time slot?
No. You don't understand, its about WAR. Between the socialist propaganda and the truth!
Reading this article one wouldn't know that Zahn indeed did violate the terms of her contract with Fox by negotiating with CNN in the first place.
And I have no doubt that AP is making something from nothing re: this alledged 'harrassment'. Probably nothing more than Fox & Friends folks having a little fun which has nothing to do with Ailes.
She broke her contract. The judge may have ruled it legal, but it was sleazy on her part, especially when it was Roger Ailes who rescued her from total obscurity in the first place. If she'd just gone into his office and laid it on the line - "Hey, CNN just dumped this huge offer in my lap, Rog..." - he'd probably have let her out of her deal (since it was obvious from the beginning that her new show wasn't going to be a threat to Fox & Friends) and that would have been the end of it. Instead she just jumped and made a grandiose announcement. It was practically spitting in the face of everyone at FNC.
If they were engaging in true harassment - stalking her, somehow making it impossible for her show to get on the air - I'd have sympathy. Merely knocking her for screwing them over? Fair game, IMHO.
Anyone with a brain would not quit Fox to go to CNN. YOu have to be real stupid to do that. I think Roger was mad at himself for hiring someone as stupid as Paula. Fox is the A team. CNN is a has been B team. Leaving the A team to go to the B team is bad if you are not able to beat the A team on the B team network.
Paula has better channel slots and more cable systems, but she is coming in with worse ratings than Fox.
The next CNN Boss (The third in 3 years) will fire her. He will call in the entire CNN staff and yell into a 1,000 watt amplifier, "If you can hear my voice you are fired."
Paula's days are numbered. She will soon be history. She will be toast.
Then she can go to parties and tell people, "Remember me? I used to be on national Television."
As Bill Press can tell you the result of losing the ratings game on number 2 is a short spin on MSNBC at the bottom of the ratings. Then when MSNBC lets you go, you can join Alan Keyes as a representative of the history nobody knows.