January 23, 2022

Fox Information Host Emily Compagno Cheers Higher.com CEO’s Mass Zoom Firings, Says ‘I Love This So A lot!’

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Fox Information host Emily Compagno left her colleagues a bit surprised on Wednesday when she gleefully celebrated a startup’s controversial CEO callously firing 900 workers over Zoom final week, repeatedly exclaiming that she “liked” it.

On-line mortgage firm Higher.com is at the moment mired in a public-relations catastrophe after CEO Vishal Garg brutally canned 15 percent of the company’s workforce in a three-minute Zoom name. Because of this, various the agency’s high executives have resigned, with sources telling The Daily Beast that extra will observe.

Whereas the “surreal” firings left tons of of individuals jobless simply weeks earlier than the vacations, and the startup now seeking to choose up the items from their highly volatile chief’s impetuous actions, Compagno applauded Garg on Wednesday’s broadcast of Fox Information’ Outnumbered for eliminating a bunch of “snowflakes.”

One in every of her fellow panelists, Fox & Mates co-host Brian Kilmeade, first referred to as Garg’s resolution “embarrassing” whereas noting that the CEO has a historical past of erratic conduct. Co-host Lisa “Kennedy” Montgomery concurred, blasting Garg for the “classless means” he fired 900 staffers simply earlier than Christmas.

After Kennedy added that the “firm is clearly a catastrophe” and can wrestle to beat this PR nightmare, Compagno determined to wholeheartedly cheer for Garg.

“I liked this! I really like this a lot,” she proudly declared.

Whereas claiming to know “the indelicate nature” of the mass firing over Zoom, Compagno argued that the staff really deserved to be terminated as a result of low productiveness. On high of that, she justified Garg’s strategy by citing her previous expertise as a federal lawyer tasked with “terminating people.”

“I really like that for 900 individuals, he stayed protected and he allow them to know that their theft was now not tolerated,” the Fox host blared. “So, for me, good riddance. And I really feel dangerous that he’s now having to capitulate to the opposite execs at his firm and apologize for it!”

She added: “Sorry guys, bye! For all of them, they’re snowflakes. They’re in all probability millennials and [Generation Z]s. They should be taught work ethic!”

Even Compagno’s fellow hosts on the sofa—together with former Trump press secretary Kayleigh McEnany and anchor Harris Faulkner—had been seemingly shocked by their colleague’s response.

“Wow!” McEnany reacted, prompting Faulkner so as to add: “Very shocking!”

McEnany additional agreed with Kilmeade about Garg’s conduct whereas Faulkner famous that Higher.com and Garg may very well be dealing with lawsuits from the terminated workers. On the similar time, the Fox Information anchor mentioned she loved “the bravado” coming from Compagno.

And whereas McEnany exasperatedly identified how Garg reportedly threatened to staple a former business partner to a wall and burn him alive, Compagno continued to giggle and chime in: “I liked it.”

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