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Professor Cornell West went berserk during a segment with civil rights attorney Leo Terrell on Fox News' Hannity Show on Tuesday night.

The two men were supposed to discuss the toxic relationship between the Black community and the police. But the discussion quickly devolved into a screaming match between West and Terrell via Skype.

"You disrespect me the day that Brother Floyd is put in his grave?!" said West, referring to George Floyd, who was buried on Tuesday. "Who do you think you are? Who do you think you are?!"

Both men screamed over each other and neither man could get a word in edgewise. Terrell called West a "dinosaur" multiple times during the wild exchange.

Hannity, who seemed amused by two Black men calling each other names, made one weak attempt to maintain order on his show.
 

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Fox News has "cut ties" with pro-Trump conservative comediennes Diamond & Silk, according to the Daily Beast blog. The duo recently appeared on Fox's streaming network, Fox Nation.

The news comes after Diamond & Silk were locked out of their Twitter account for telling people to go outside to become immune to Covid-19.
 

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The pair recently rankled liberals by appearing to question whether Covid-19 was part of an elaborate hoax to undermine President Trump.

"What I need to know is how many people have passed away in New York, and what I need to know is: Who has the bodies?" Diamond said during a March 30th livestream. "I need for somebody that does investigative work to call the morgues, to call the funeral homes. Something's not right here. Something is off here."

Diamond added: "Is this being deliberately spread? Look, I'm not being a conspiracy theorist, this is real, but I'm asking my own questions. What the hell is going on?"

One unnamed source told the Daily Beast that it is unlikely Diamond & Silk will appear on Fox News in the near future.

The duo became right-wing darlings when they professed their admiration for President Trump and took on anyone who criticized him on their popular YouTube channel.

But they have faced scorn, contempt and disdain from those on the left who oppose their political views and their loyalty to Trump.

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Shepard Smith stunned viewers and colleagues on Friday when he announced his resignation from Fox News after 23 years with the network. Smith, 55, addressed his departure at the end of his final show.

"Even in our currently polarized nation, it's my hope that the facts will win the day, that the truth will always matter, that journalism and journalist will thrive."

Smith's resignation hit social media like a mini tornado. The news was welcomed by his detractors who despised Smith's left-leaning bias.

Many on Twitter.com celebrated Smith's resignation, including President Trump.

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"I don't know. Is he leaving? That's a shame," Trump joked on the South Lawn of the White House on Friday.

"Is he leaving because of bad ratings?" Trump continued. "If he's leaving, I assume he's leaving because he had bad ratings."

Probably no one was happier to see Smith leave than Fox News host Tucker Carlson.

Smith lashed out at Carlson after Fox legal commentator Judge Andrew Napolitano got into it with Carlson and one of his guests during a live broadcast 2 weeks ago.

Smith thought Carlson should have defended the judge.

"Attacking our colleague who is here to offer legal assessments on our air, in our work home, is repugnant," Smith said during his show the next day.

Later that night, Carlson mocked Smith on the air, repeatedly calling Smith a "daytime host" and never addressing him by name. Carlson ended his rant by taking a jab at Smith's sinking ratings: "When you dress up partisanship as news coverage, people tune out."

While some believe Trump's constant criticism of Smith may have intimidated the anchor to leave, others say Smith was upset about the stinging personal attack by Carlson.

Smith reportedly asked Fox to accept his resignation after only 1 year into his $15 million-a-year contract.

Smith's fans wished him well on Twitter and praised him for keeping his boot on Trump's neck over the past two years. But others thought he was too hypercritical of the president.

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According to multiple conservative websites, Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg passed away quietly last week.

For the first time in her 25-year career on the Supreme Court, Ginsburg was not on the bench at the start of the new year.

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Fox Business money man Charles Payne is returning to the cable network after being cleared of wrongdoing.

Howard Kurtz, who hosts "Media Buzz" on Fox News, reported in a tweet Friday that Payne returned to host his show "Money Matters" after being cleared of sexually harassing his former mistress, Scottie Niel Hughes, a former frequent guest on his show.

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Fox News has fired The Five co-host Bob Beckel after he allegedly made an intensive remark to a black employee. Fox News issued a statement announcing his termination on Friday. The employee has already retained an attorney and plans to file a lawsuit against the embattled network.

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Fox News is preparing to axe Bill O'Reilly, host of the wildly popular “O’Reilly Factor,” according to published reports.

O'Reilly's audience remained staunchly loyal to the 67-year-old journalist amid reports that he sexually harassed female anchors and other female employees at Fox.

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