(NewsGlobal.com)- After being photographed with two well-known conservatives, longtime Wheel of Fortune host Pat Sajak is now called a Nazi by the radical left, only days after hinting that he could soon leave the venerable program.
The undated image, reportedly taken earlier this month, shows the 75-year-old daytime TV veteran flanked by Bryan Glenn of the Right Side Broadcasting Network (RSBN) and Marjorie Taylor Greene of the Georgia GOP.
In addition, Greene has come under fire for holding similar conservative beliefs. He is well-known for being outspoken on matters about the first and second amendments, among other things. RSBN is recognized for pushing right-wing viewpoints.
Meanwhile, Sajak, a Republican who divides his time between Maryland and Los Angeles homes, is much more moderate. He admits to being a skeptic of climate change and is on the board of a conservative publishing house that publishes authors like Rush Limbaugh and Anne Coulter.
Sajak, who has hosted Wheel of Fortune for over 40 years and is an avowed conservative, has maintained a largely apolitical stance, concentrating on his hosting duties later.
However, once the previous image of a beaming Sajak with Greene and the reporter by his side started to go viral over the weekend, several enraged liberals came out of the woodwork to express their contempt for the aging icon.
Even though the image just features Sajak with two prominent supporters, it has unmistakably triggered a flurry of harsh replies, including claims that Sajak is hanging out with Nazis and is a “MAGA fascist.”
The photo was uploaded by Patriot Takes, an anonymous social media account that claims to track and expose “right-wing extremism and other threats to democracy.” Sajak has yet to respond to the plethora of allegations resulting from the photo.
Most of those who called Sajak an enemy of American democracy pointed to Greene’s opinions in their allegations and insults, which came from members of academia, the media, and even a former candidate.
Diana Gonzalez, the director of media relations at the Miller School of Medicine at the University of Miami, commented that the image has made her stop watching “Wheel of Fortune.”
The company you keep is extremely unfortunate, @patsajak, she wrote in a tweet. When you spin the wheel, the channel (Sic) will change.
Meanwhile, Johnny Akzam, a former candidate for the US House of Representatives, commented that he was not startled by the purported disclosure made by the image and that it is well known that the talk show presenter is a “raging conservative.”
Jewish filmmaker Jeremy Newberger, who has produced films supporting the Zionist Israel movement, denounced Greene and Sajak as Nazis, adding, “It’s time to stop glorifying Nazi Trash.”
Sajak was urged to “explain why he snapped a picture with Marjorie Taylor Greene” by the liberal fake news website Palmer Report, which is well-known for making unfounded or untrue assertions about subjects including Donald Trump and Russia.
According to a tweet from the organization’s social media account, “If she approached him in a restaurant and asked for a picture and he was being courteous, that’s one thing.” It said, “But if he genuinely favors the objectively bad Greene, he has to be sacked.”
Whatever you say, anti-Fascist.