What’s Roger Ailes Afraid Of? New Biography Isn’t Finished Yet and Fox Is Already Attacking Its Author
Apparently, the newspaper-publishing wife of world-famous Roger Ailes is a “private citizen” who cannot be written about. That’s a unique perspective. It’s almost as unique as a publisher scrubbing her subscription list of paid customers she doesn’t want buying her weekly.
So yes, Tantaros’ attack on Sherman was baseless. All he did was recount the curious tale of how Ailes’ wife had taken the unusual step of canceling his newspaper subscription based on what Sherman might write about her husband.
What’s also chilling is the loaded language Tantaros used in her Tweets, words like “harasser” and “stalker,” as she portrayed Ailes’ wife as the object of Sherman’s obsession. (By singling out his subscription, isn’t it Elizabeth Ailes who’s oddly preoccupied with Sherman?)