Former Fox News host Jedediah Bila accused her former colleagues at To watch ambush her with a confrontation that draws attention to her unvaccinated. The talk show hosted “pre-planning” an attempt to portray her views on vaccines as “misinformation,” she claimed on Monday.
Bila, who has departed To watch several years ago as its resident conservative presenter, returned to the show last week to promote her new book. After a few minutes of being very friendly, fast-growing hot segment when co-host Joy Behar noted that Bila was recording her interview remotely because she had not been vaccinated against COVID-19.
Bila, for her part, defended her decision not to get vaccinated, noting that the doctor gave her a medical exemption and asserted that she has “a natural, multi-layered, multifaceted immunity.” ” from a previous infection. With ex-Fox & Friends Weekend organization claiming she is not an “anti-vax” but merely an anti-vaccine, Sunny Hostin, the co-host, said that Bila is selling “misinformation” on the show.
During an appearance on Newsmax on Monday, Bila former Fox News colleague Eric Bolling ask her if she believes To watch deliberately tried to vilify her about vaccines.
“My guess is that you kept promoting the book and things were getting popular and suddenly someone decided to like it — you really felt pre-planned to trigger you, so to speak, ” said the Newsmax host.
“Yes, I am very confused, frankly,” replied Bila. “I did a full pre-interview with them, where I talked about how I felt about the missions. I was also very public. I tweeted about it. I told the truth that I wasn’t vaccinated, that I had COVID-19 and that I have this high immunity that I’ve been following for the past year. “
Saying she doesn’t support vaccine mandates because “they have no scientific basis,” Bila added that she went on To watch interviewer “expected a conversation” but “unfortunately that’s not what happened.”
Bolling then aimed Opinion The showrunners flocked to Bila, claiming that it “felt like a cheap shot” because she was out of set and they were all together in the same studio. Bila, meanwhile, says she’s “more worried” that the host doesn’t know the limits of vaccination.
“I was told that this is a vaccine that can help you reduce the severity of the disease. Of course, that can be argued on a whole other level,” she said, adding that vaccination should be “a personal choice” and that vaccination does not help you avoid infection and transmission. .
Bila also took issue with Hostin’s claim that the US surgeon general “debunked” her claims, saying she was “appalled that they didn’t know those basic facts” that Vaccinated people can still transmit the disease.
While it is true that the COVID-19 vaccine cannot completely prevent infection or transmission, unvaccinated people are 11 times more likely died from the virus. In addition, vaccinated people are five times less likely to become infected and transmit disease at a much lower rate compared with unvaccinated individuals. The CDC has also found a vaccine that provides stronger immunity than the previous infection.
Not only Bolling’s show, but Bila complains that she feels like she’s been ambushed in BILLINGhe watches. In a podcast appearance by former NFL quarterback Jay Cutler — who has been outspoken against the mask regulations and has stated that he will not be vaccinated—Bila insists she did a “full pre-interview” with the show and that they “knew exactly what” she was going to say.
She told Cuter: “Anyway, they blocked me for miscommunication, not allowing me to speak. “What I’ve loved, and I think the audience will love, is to actually talk.”
https://www.thedailybeast.com/unvaccinated-ex-fox-news-host-jedediah-bila-claims-she-was-ambushed-by-the-view?source=articles&via=rss Unvaccinated former news presenter Jedediah Bila claims she was ambushed by ‘The View’