The press release from the Los Angeles District Attorney’s office reads — “Macy’s Pleads in Death of an Employee.”
Vishal Garg, CEO of the online mortgage company Better.com, is now admitting that he handled things badly during a mass firing on Wednesday, December 1. That day, during a Zoom call, Garg brought around 900 employees together online and announced that all of them were being fired — a move he now admits has “embarrassed” the company. But Fox News’ Emily Compagno is not only defending Garg — she is outright praising him for the mass firing.
During a December 8 broadcast of “Outnumbered” — which features mostly or entirely female panels and is often described as a right-wing version of “The View” — Compagno insisted that Garg had nothing to apologize for. The attorney told others on the panel, which also included host Harris Faulkner and Lisa Kennedy Montgomery (the former MTV veejay known for hosting “Kennedy” on Fox Business), “I loved this, actually. I loved this so much…. So, for me, good riddance. And I feel bad that he’s now having to capitulate to the other execs at this company and apologize for it. Sorry guys, bye!”
Fox News host Emily Compagno celebrates the Better dot com CEO's mass Zoom firing:\n\n"I loved this, I love this so much! ... I love that for 900 people he stayed safe and he let them know that their theft was no longer tolerated."\n\n"For all of them, they're probably snowflakes!"pic.twitter.com/ARQ967iKA0— Justin Baragona (@Justin Baragona) 1638986449
Compagno, who is never shy about making over-the-top comments to drive ratings, added, “For all of them, they’re snowflakes. They’re probably Millennials and Zs. They need to learn work ethic.”
But even fellow members of the right-wing “Outnumbered” panel disagreed with Compagno’s strident defense of Garg, including host Harris Faulkner, libertarian/conservative Lisa Kennedy Montgomery (the former MTV veejay known for hosting “Kennedy” on Fox Business), “Fox and Friends” co-host Brian Kilmeade (the panel’s lone male) and former White House Press Secretary Kayleigh McEnany. Words like “classless” and “embarrassment” were used by the other “Outnumbered” panelists.
McEnany commented, “This guy, in court documents, it was alleged that he wanted to staple someone to the wall or door or whatever it was. I mean, this guy has some pretty big issues.”
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