Andrea Tantaros has been off the air at the Fox News Channel since April 25, and fans are not happy.
More than 14,500 supporters have signed a petition demanding her return to the Fox News shows “Outnumbered” and “The Five,” with some threatening to boycott FNC if Tantaros does not come back soon.
A petition called “Bring Back Andrea Tantaros,” has garnered more than 14,500 signatures since it was launched June 7.
“Andrea Tantaros was the best thing about ‘The Five,’ then she was the best thing about ‘Outnumbered,'” wrote one angry fan. “She must definitely return to Fox News with her own show. She’s the Best!”
Another chimed in: “Outnumbered is dying without Tantaros. It is just another low key boring talk show.”
While rumors had swirled that Tantaros was fired because she was too pro-Donald Trump, Fox News said in a statement that Tantaros is “still under contract with the network” and is merely on leave due to ongoing contract disputes.
The dark-haired beauty has amassed millions of fans for her sultry good looks, and thoughtful views on politics, culture and feminism.
In her book Tied Up In Knots, Tantaros discusses how radical feminism has eroded male-female relations and ultimately made women (and men) unhappier with themselves and each other.
Decades of social and economic progress haven’t brought women the peace and contentment they were told they’d gain from their new opportunities, Andrea observed.
In the book, Tantaros said the societal pressure on women to act like men has has left both women and men disillusioned, exhausted, and emotionally “tied up in knots.”