Andrea Tantaros: 13,300 Fans Demand Her Return To Fox News In Petition

Andrea Tantaros: 13,300 Fans Demand Her Return To Fox News In Petition
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Andrea Tantaros is the author of ‘Tied Up In Knots,’ and a co-anchor of “Outnumbered” on Fox News Channel.

Andrea Tantaros has been missing from Fox News since April 25, and her absence has not gone unnoticed by her loyal fans.

More than 13,300 people have signed a petition demanding Tantaros’ return to the Fox News Channel, where she was a popular co-host on daily talk shows like “Outnumbered” and “The Five.” Andrea also appeared regularly on “The O’Reilly Factor.”

While rumors had swirled that Andrea was fired for being too pro-Donald Trump, she is still listed as a co-host of “Outnumbered” on the Fox News website.

In a statement, FNC said Tantaros is on leave due to ongoing contract disputes but is “still under contract with the network.”

andrea tantaros fox news petitionMeanwhile, impatient fans have slammed Fox News on social media, threatening a boycott if the network does not bring Andrea back soon.

A petition called “Bring Back Andrea Tantaros,” has garnered more than 13,300 signatures since it was launched June 7.

Furious fans demanded her return, with some saying they’ve stopped watching FNC without her.

“I have stopped watching all Fox News,” wrote one fan. “Bring Andrea back…with a big bonus or I will delete the station altogether from my TV, tablet, phone, and computer.”

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Another supporter wrote: “Keep losing viewers, Fox. You will end up like NBC.”

Other fans suggested Fox News fire Megyn Kelly and give Andrea her own TV show. 

The brunette beauty has won over millions of fans for her intelligence, sultry good looks, and thoughtful views on politics, culture and feminism.

In her book Tied Up In Knots, Tantaros discusses how radical feminism has eroded male-female relations and ultimately made women (and men) more frustrated and stressed.

“If women are more liberated than ever before, why aren’t they happier?” Andrea asked in Tied Up In Knots.

In the book, Tantaros revealed how the societal pressure on women to act like men has has left both women and men disillusioned, exhausted, and emotionally “tied up in knots.”

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