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Fox anchor ’punked’ by animal rights activist posing as meat company boss

Fox anchor ’punked’ by animal rights activist posing as meat company boss

Fox Business anchor Maria Bartiromo was duped into interviewing an animal rights activist posing as Dennis Organ, CEO of Smithfield Foods – a meat company. During the interview with Matt Johnson, who was posing as Organ, Bartiromo talked about food workers pushing for an early Covid-19 vaccination and an outbreak of cases at one of Smithfield’s factories. Bartiromo later apologized to her viewers.

Robert_Clearwater 1 months

You know that timeless joke about sending money to a Nigerian prince to help him release his bank account? Or stuff in an email "please respond with your credit card information..." These are the kind of people that fall for this stuff. How dull.

systematic fighter
systematic fighter 1 months

Good old fox. And ppl actually watch these jokers. Just goes to show that republicans Intelligence is about as sharp as a butter knife.

John W
John W 1 months

Most animal rights "activists" are con artists, so not surprising. I'm for treating animals reasonably, but i'm not into virtue signaling douchebags.

Mike 1 months


SD 1 months

Baritiromo has never been accused of being the sharpest tool in the shed.

AmenRaAket 1 months

...the very definition of diligence in reporting

Doug 1 months

Following in the very large footsteps of The Yes Men

ConcealCarryProtect 1 months

Who vetted that person though?

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