November 21, 2021
Fox Nation, the lifestyle and entertainment subscription streaming video arm of Fox News, hosted the platform’s third annual Patriot Awards honoring select military veterans, first responders and other everyday heroes.
Held Nov. 17 in Hollywood, Fla., the event presented the “Most Valuable Patriot” award to the first Black female Olympic gold medalist for wrestling, Tamyra Mensah-Stock, who was born in Ghana.
Judge Jeanine Pirro presented the Courage Award to Todd Beamer, who sacrificed his life to save those on the ground when United Airlines Flight 93 was hijacked al-Qaeda terrorists and crashed on Sept. 11, 2001. His parents David and Peggy accepted the award on his behalf.
The event also gave tribute to the 13 Gold Star Families who lost someone in the Aug. 26 deadly suicide bombing outside the Kabul Airport as the U.S. military was attempting to exit Afghanistan.
The Patriot Awards were hosted by Fox News opinion stars (and Fox Nation regulars) Sean Hannity, Laura Ingraham, Tucker Carlson, all three co-hosts of “Fox & Friends,” Nancy Grace, Geraldo Rivera and country music stars John Rich, Heath Sanders and Tyler Farr.
Fox Nation SVOD service launched in 2018, priced at $5.99 monthly, $64.99 for one year, and $99 for two years.