A Fox Business anchor wept uncontrollably on-air while discussing a formative family event. Charles Payne recalled that his family’s acquisition of an Alabama property in 1951 entailed a substantial financial risk.
The presenter of Payne’s Thursday town hall, “Maintaining Unstoppable Prosperity,” exhorted viewers to invest in the market without fear of financial risk. Payne read the deed and discussed the sacrifices his grandparents made to acquire the sixty acres of land they purchased in the early 1950s before relating a personal story about them to illustrate his point.
Payne informed the audience that the deed to his grandparents’ farm had been discovered, adding that they were “a black family who saved everything.”
“I got to share some of this with you because it is so powerful for anyone out there that thinks buying Amazon is a great risk. They gave everything they have for the property,” Payne said before reading the deed.
When discussing a formative family event on live television, a Fox Business anchor wept uncontrollably. Charles Payne recalled that the purchase of an Alabama property by his family in 1951 entailed a substantial financial risk.
The presenter of Payne’s Thursday town hall, “Maintaining Unstoppable Prosperity,” encouraged viewers to take financial risks when investing in the stock market. Payne read the deed and discussed the sacrifices his grandparents made to acquire the 60 acres of land they purchased in the early 1950s before relating a personal story about them to illustrate his point.
Finally, the deed to his grandparents’ farm was found, Payne informed the audience, adding that they were “a black family that saved everything.”
Geraldo Rivera, a former Fox News contributor, made a ludicrous remark and an evidently false claim during a February broadcast of “Hannity” that led to a violent on-air altercation between Sean Payne and Rivera. The dispute pertained to President Joe Biden’s trip to Ukraine.
Hannity argued that the president was not doing enough to assist Ukraine after he rejected a proposal to dispatch Polish fighter aircraft to the war-torn nation this year.
“If we’re going to give $120 billion to Ukraine and then Joe Biden has now not once, but a number of times, he has vetoed other European countries from giving fighter jets so that they can compete with Putin in the air,” the host said. “And there’s no reason to do that except, he’s not fighting to win the war.”
“It’s a proxy war,” Payne, who is a host on Fox Business, said. “I think the administration’s happy if it’s just bogged down. If you can bog Russia down, they lose a lot of people.”
“The only thing I did not like about President Biden’s visit was the air raid sirens. That was the most phony baloney stuff. The air raid sirens hadn’t gone on ’cause they hadn’t gone off for five days. It was …” Payne said before Rivera interrupted by saying, “They’ve lost 100,000 people.”
“Air raid sirens had not gone off in that city in five days. It was phony baloney Hollywood junk,” Payne said.
“I absolutely disagree,” Rivera snapped back.
“They didn’t need that,” Payne insisted.
“That is a little partisan jab that you didn’t have to make. They have lost 100,000–,” Rivera said
“Russia was notified that Biden was coming. Do you think Russia was gonna drop a bomb on President Biden?!” Payne exclaimed.
“Russia was not notified,” Rivera said.
“Yes they were!” Payne said, which was true.
“We did notify the Russians that President Biden would be traveling to Kyiv. We did so some hours before his departure for deconfliction purposes,” National Security Advisor Jake Sullivan told reporters in a press briefing, ABC News reported at the time.
“Because of the sensitive nature of those communications, I won’t get into how they responded or what the precise nature of our message was. But I can confirm that we provided that notification,” he added.