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Fox News Removes The Satanic Temple From Donation Matching Program Following Controversy

However, while TST was made eligible for donation matching, other nonprofits that may have been more in alignment with Fox News’ purported values, including the Billy Graham Evangelistic Association (BGEA), were not. 

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Fox News has since quietly made TST ineligible for donation matching through the “Fox Giving” app, and employees can no longer make contributions to TST through the app. 

Following the news that Fox News had amended its donation matching program to exclude TST, Glenn Beck, former Fox News pundit and current personality for TheBlaze, reported that Fox News had also invited BGEA to join the “Fox Giving” program.

Nevertheless, TheBlaze and other conservative media outlets have been quick to lambast Fox News and accuse it of not truly being conservative, largely in an effort to woo subscribers away from the media giant. 

“It is incredible how far Fox has fallen,” Beck said, right before promoting the promo code “Dump Fox” to get a discount on a subscription to BlazeTV.

“Here’s one thing we don’t do: We don’t give money to Planned Parenthood…or The Satanic Temple,” Beck added. “We don’t do that.” 

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This controversy over charitable donations comes as the latest in a string of imbroglios that have recently plagued Fox News, which include a $787.5 million defamation settlement and the unceremonious firing of Tucker Carlson, the network’s most popular pundit, who has since taken his show to the social media platform formerly known as Twitter.