After Morris made more than fifteen appearances on Fox News' in October and early November, he's been absent from the network's primetime lineup since November 12 following reports that producers now have to get special permission to book him (or Karl Rove) on their shows.
He has also been publicly criticized by numerous media ethicists from prominent newspapers and universities, countless political writers and reporters in the U. (and abroad), donors to his shady super PAC, and his colleagues at the day before the election to discuss his prediction of a "landslide" Romney victory, Morris said of the various people predicting an Obama win, "either I'm gonna have to go through a big reckoning, or they are. They are." It was another prediction that wouldn't shake out.
She didn't let them down though and she got promoted to be a co-host at “Markets Now”.
She has been a regular guest at “Your world with Neil Cavuto” and “Cashin’In”.
Like most other years of Morris' media career, 2012 was marked by terribly inaccurate election predictions, habitual dishonesty, and questionable ethical conflicts.
Unlike most other years, however, Morris appears to actually be facing consequences and backlash for his role as America's Worst Political Pundit.
In various Fox appearances throughout the year, Morris exuded confidence in his prognostications, going so far as to tell a skeptical Sean Hannity that there was "no chance that Obama will get re-elected.... Morris fared no better during the Republican primaries.
zilch, none, zip, nada." Morris' now-infamous final electoral projection, which contradicted most available polling data, predicted Romney taking 325 electoral votes with wins in Florida, Colorado, Pennsylvania, Iowa, Minnesota, New Hampshire, Ohio, Virginia, and Wisconsin. In August 2011, he told Sean Hannity that Michele Bachmann would "probably" win January's Iowa caucuses.
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