Andrea Tantaros Still Gone From Fox News Despite Fan Petition Demanding Return, Popular Book

Andrea Tantaros Still Gone From Fox News Despite Fan Petition Demanding Return, Popular Book
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Andrea Tantaros fans launched a petition demanding her return to Fox News. Andrea is the author of ‘Tied Up In Knots.’ (Photos: Instagram, Celebrity Health Fitness)

Andrea Tantaros is still missing from Fox News despite a fan petition demanding her return to FNC’s “Outnumbered” and “The Five.”

Tantaros was last seen on Fox News Channel on April 25 but was abruptly pulled amid rumors her pro-Trump commentary got her temporarily canned.

FNC denied the speculation, saying a contract dispute is the cause of Andrea’s absence TheImproper reported. Meanwhile, angry fans have launched a petition demanding Tantaros’ return.

The petition, called “Bring Back Andrea Tantaros,” has garnered more than 12,000 signatures since its June 7 launch. The petition site has become like a shrine for fans, who are furious at Fox News.

“I miss Andrea,” one fan lamented. “She was the smartest commentator on Outnumbered”

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More than 12,000 fans signed a petition demanding Andrea Tantaros’ return to Fox News.

Another wrote: “Andrea Tantaros has a back bone and stands up for what she believes is right. Fox seems to be very afraid of that. Disappointed in Fox News.”

Still another fan suggested that Fox News fire Megyn Kelly and replace her with Andrea: “Bring back Andrea Tantaros and get rid of overrated Megan Kelly. Give Andrea Tantaros her own show.”

The brunette beauty has garnered millions of loyal fans for her insightful commentary, athletic good looks, and thoughtful views on politics, culture and feminism.

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Tantaros recently wrote a book called Tied Up In Knots: How Getting What We Wanted Made Women Miserable, where she details how radical feminism has eroded male-female relations and ultimately made women unhappier.

“Instead of feeling happy with their newfound freedoms, females today are tied up in knots, trying to strike a balance between their natural, feminine and traditional desires and what modern society dictates—and demands—through the commandments of feminism,” reads a description of Tied Up In Knots.

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In her book, Tantaros examines how the mounting societal pressure on women to act like men has has left both women and men disillusioned, exhausted, and feeling like they’re “tied up in knots.”

Andreas’ book has received mostly positive reviews. It’s unclear when Tantaros will return to Fox News, but for her fans, it can’t be soon enough.

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