Secrets hears that Fox News Channel has hired Jesse Jackson's eldest daughter, Chicago radio host Santita Jackson, as an on-air contributor. The coup is just the latest move by Fox to staff up talkers from the left and build its rep as the nation's "fair and balanced" cable network.
Santita Jackson and Jesse Jackson pose on the red carpet before entering the 2008 Trumpet Awards in Atlanta, Georgia. (Photo by Gavin Averill/Getty Images)
She will debut Friday at 7:15 a.m. on a Fox & Friends political panel.
Along with Al Sharpton, Jackson is one of the leading personalities on Chicago's WVON, which describes itself this way: "From 1963 to the present, WVON has gone from being 'The Voice of the Negro' to 'The Voice of the Nation.' We provide an interactive forum for the African-American community to discuss current, social, economic, and political issues. WVON is 'The Talk of Chicago,' where we are always giving you something to talk about."
Source: The Washington Examiner