A man in a dark suit and tie has taken over the local news station in North Florida.
The man is called “Frosty.”
In a series of tweets, Frosty said he wanted to “reinvent” the local station, “bring in a local voice and bring people together.”
He also said he was open to taking over local stations in other regions, but would be focusing on the area he lives in, according to his tweets.
I am interested in reusing the station.
Please help me!
He is also offering a $100,000 prize to anyone who can convince Frosty to go away.
This is the only station I will go to if you don’t stop me!
I will stay here.
Frosty’s tweets were not deleted.
The station is owned by the local ABC affiliate, ABC10, but Frosty and his crew, who call themselves “Frozen News,” were not listed as the station’s news hosts.
ABC10 is owned and operated by WCTV-TV in Jacksonville, Florida.
In a statement, WCTV said the station would not comment on “any pending or pending litigation.”
Frosty also declined to comment on the accusations.
ABC 10 has not been contacted by Breitbart News for comment.
The local ABC station has been on the air for more than a decade, and has been criticized for its bias against Republicans.
It has also been sued for false advertising and for failing to comply with a federal law barring discrimination on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, national origin, disability, or ancestry.
The ABC station was one of several stations owned by Sinclair Broadcast Group, a company owned by Comcast, which owns the CBS affiliate in Cincinnati, Ohio.
The stations are owned by a group of investors called the Walt Disney Co. They include billionaire Rupert Murdoch, who owns Fox News, the Wall Street Journal, and a majority stake in the Walt Trump Organization.
The companies have also formed a joint venture to buy a majority of local news stations in the U.S. and Canada.
In June, ABC 10 announced that the stations would be merged with local affiliate WCTV, which is owned entirely by Disney, as part of a merger that would consolidate local and regional news stations.