(NewsGlobal.com)- Chris Wallace, the ex-Fox News anchor, said he felt uncomfortable at his former network after the 2020 election.
The workplace was unsustainable. Wallace presents himself as a middle-of-the-road guy, comfortable with liberal and conservative opinions. But the programming at Fox was just too much to take.
“…when people start to question the truth — Who won the 2020 election? Was Jan. 6 an insurrection? — I found that unsustainable.”
(For the record, there have been no charges of “insurrection” in the aftermath of Jan. 6 filed against any “rioters.” )
So, where does an anchor go when he feels he can no longer take the atmosphere of a network that has political bias and ignores the truth?
CNN, of course.
Wallace worked for Fox for 18 years but revealed that when Tucker Carlson streamed a documentary, “Patriot Purge,” which theorized that some of the events of January 6th at the Capitol were false flags perpetrated by our government, he complained to Fox News leadership.
Wallace began his career in 2003 by replacing the late Tony Snow. He announced to anyone that cared that it was “time to move on.”
The 74-year-old anchor said that the network has changed since Joe Biden defeated Trump in a highly controversial election.
Wallace took a swipe at Fox by implying that a “faster learner would have left the network much sooner.”
Radicals at CNN, like Brian Stelter, applauded the Wallace move and said it was a sign of how radical Fox News has become.
In a spate of Karma, the man who recruited Wallace, CNN’s CEO Jeff Zucker, resigned in disgrace soon after Wallace set up shop at the “superior” CNN.
Wallace admitted the timing of Zucker’s resignation made him “obviously unhappy” (Zucker lied about his romantic ties to the network’s top marketing executive, Allison Gollust.) and left him “irate.”
Wallace said that his show, an interview format, will be less about politics and more about pop culture in the future.
Suddenly, politics has lost its luster. Content with bashing Trump for years, covering the dismal failure of “Biden’s Build Back Better plan began to lose its attraction,” Wallace “truthfully” admitted.