Fox News’ Lisa Marie Boothe Supported ‘The View’ Gig Until She Rejected The Vaccine

See‘S the road is hard to replace Meghan McCain as its permanent conservative co-host was made a little more difficult when a candidate made it clear she would not get a COVID-19 vaccine.

Fox News contributor Lisa Marie Boothe interviewed ABC News and See earlier this year, a source close to Boothe told The Daily Beast. Those conservators are over, said the person with knowledge of the situation, after the conservative expert made it clear to the network that she wouldn’t receive any necessary jab against the coronavirus.

An ABC News source confirmed to The Daily Beast that the network spoke to Boothe, out of “dozens” of applicants. The show never got a chance to offer her a guest host spot or book a potential date. And once Boothe’s stance on vaccinations became clear, the source said, the deeper conversation became a “point of contention” and “didn’t start” due to the network’s strict policies.

ABC News’ parent company, Walt Disney Co., currently requesting All US employees are vaccinated against coronavirus. And New York City, where See tape episodes of it in front of a live studio audience, Vaccination is now mandatory for all workers in the private sector. Fox News ask staff at its NYC headquarters to be vaccinated. Boothe is currently based in Miami, Florida and did not respond to a request for comment for this story.

Not sure exactly when SeeBoothe’s discussions with Boothe took place and then stalled because of her anti-vaccination stance, but the Fox expert made her views public in the fall. Boothe show off on Fox News in late October that she didn’t receive her COVID-19 footage “like a giant middle finger in front of Joe Biden’s tyranny”. Weeks later, she outlined her beliefs in a Newsweek comments column, titled “Why am I not vaccinated?. ”

“As a healthy 36-year-old woman, COVID-19 poses no statistically significant threat to my life. I have a 99.97% chance of survival,” Boothe wrote at the time. “Why would I vaccinate against a virus that I am not afraid of and that is not a threat to my life — especially when there is an element of risk from the vaccine?”

She continued: “The vaccine helps protect the vaccinated person from dying, but it does not protect the vaccinated person from getting or spreading COVID. In other words, for many of us, it seems clear that vaccines are a individual beneficial to health, not a public good for health. Therefore, whether to vaccinate or not is a individual decide, not public health decisions. And not everyone is at high risk for the disease.”

Boothe is not the only right-wing commentator affected by Seestrict vaccine policy of. Jedediah Bila, a former Fox News host who was Opinion resident conservative landlord, was forced to film a guest last month from a distant place because she was not vaccinated.

While relegated to a satellite location, Bila was repeatedly confronted by the hosts about her unvaccinated status, causing a tense stalemate culminating in Sunny Hostin’s accusations of co-existence. Her former career sold “misinformation” to the show’s audience. Bila then stated that the program “Ambush” her with a “pre-planned” hit to portray her negatively.

Revealing Boothe’s fruitless conversations with See to the same week Politico reported that Kat Timpf, a Fox News contributor, turned down the role to replace McCain “because of the film’s reputation for mistreatment of conservatives and her contract with Fox.”

Politico also noted that the cast of the daytime talk show grew increasingly impatient with the producers’ inability to settle a long-standing conservative host. Since McCain’s departure, the show has tested a host of left-leaning guests, including former Trump officials Alyssa Farah and Morgan Ortagus, the NFL’s sideline correspondent. Michele Tafoya, cable shows Mary Katharine Ham and SE Cupp, as well as Republican figures such as Condoleezza Rice and Carly Fiorina.

A key issue for the network’s search was the show’s desire for a rare commentator who could be trusted with a far-right audience while not engaging in electoral denialism, the Unfounded conspiracy theories or eloquent rhetoric have become the hallmarks of Trump’s conservatism.

“They’re actually looking for a unicorn,” a former view staff said. “They wanted someone who would fight – but not too hard, because they didn’t want it to be ugly and quarrelsome.” Fox News’ Lisa Marie Boothe Supported ‘The View’ Gig Until She Rejected The Vaccine


ClareFora is a Interreviewed U.S. News Reporter based in London. His focus is on U.S. politics and the environment. He has covered climate change extensively, as well as healthcare and crime. ClareFora joined Interreviewed in 2023 from the Daily Express and previously worked for Chemist and Druggist and the Jewish Chronicle. He is a graduate of Cambridge University. Languages: English. You can get in touch with me by emailing:

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