Maybe GOP pundits Karl Rove and Dick Morris actually saw this one coming.
In the wake of the election, Fox News Chief Roger Ailes has decided he wants Rove and Morris, both of whom wrongly touted Mitt Romney as the clear presidential winner, off the air, according to New York Magazine.
The network leaned heavily on wounded GOP kingmaker Rove, and on Morris, a political consultant, for political commentary that turned out to leave viewers out of touch, critics say. Fox producers must now first get permission to book them, the article said.
A Fox spokesperson confirmed the new booking rules to New York Magazine saying, "the election's over."
Rove, in one of the most talked about television moments of the election cycle, disputed in real time the network's calling of the election for President Obama.