Anti-Trump Chris Wallace Begins Spouting Nonsense

Chris Wallace recently clarified his decision to leave his post as a Fox News anchor after 18 years, saying he “just no longer felt comfortable with the programming at Fox,”  according to a brand-new report.

“I’m fine with opinion: conservative opinion, liberal opinion,” Wallace told the New York Times. “But when people start to question the truth — Who won the 2020 election? Was Jan. 6 an insurrection? — I found that unsustainable.”

He added that he“spent a lot of 2021 looking to see if there was a different place for me to do my job.”

Wallace decreased to restore his agreement as host of Fox News Sunday in December and also now will hold an everyday meeting program– Who’s Talking to Chris Wallace– on the new CNN+ streaming solution starting Tuesday.

Wallace claimed he came to be increasingly worried in the months after previous President Trump’s 2020 loss as the network discharged the political editor who helped forecast a Trump defeat in Arizona on political election night and also advertised hosts, including Tucker Carlson, that minimized the Capitol trouble.

Wallace told the New York Times he took his issues about Carlson’s documentary, Patriot Purge, which falsely recommended the trouble was a “incorrect flag” procedure to gin up opposition against conservatives, straight to Fox News monitoring.

“Before, I found it was an environment in which I could do my job and feel good about my involvement at Fox,” Wallace said. “And since November of 2020, that just became unsustainable, increasingly unsustainable as time went on.”

“Some people might have drawn the line earlier, or at a different point,” he said, adding: “I think Fox has changed over the course of the last year and a half. But I can certainly understand where somebody would say, ‘Gee, you were a slow learner, Chris.’”

He did not comment when asked about Fox News hosts’ recent coverage of Russia and also Ukraine, according to the report.

“One of the reasons that I left Fox was because I wanted to put all of that behind me,” Wallace told the New York Times, saying that since he left, “there has not been a moment when I have second-guessed myself about that decision.”

Nevertheless, Wallace said he is “obviously unhappy” that previous CNN president Jeff Zucker, that employed him, surrendered in February over an unrevealed connection with a colleague.

“It’s not ideal,” he said

The support included that in making the switch to CNN+, he sought to “get out of national politics” as well as will now concentrate on other topics, consisting of sporting activities and also the arts.

“Doing a Sunday show on the incremental change from week to week in the Build Back Better plan began to lose its attraction,” he said.


H/T National Review

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