Roger Ailes is dead.

He left Fox last July in the midst of a sexual abuse scandal that ruined is storied career. After years as a successful political consultant having worked for every modern GOP president - he then founded Fox News and made it the voice for "infotainment" that catered to the right and wasn't light on the blonde, good-looking anchors.

Today, Fox News is reeling with its biggest name, Bill O'riely disgraced and their beloved president being investigated for colluding with our enemy, Russia to win ("steal") and election.

Ailes' legacy is far-reaching. Fox News is well established. ESPN copies his style of hiring pretty anchors. Yet much of the key talent at Fox News has left (Kelly) or was fired (O'riley) thus leaving programming holes and pending lawsuits.