Earlier this year, the conservative world was stunned by former Alaska Governor Sarah Palin’s sudden departure from Fox News. Now, she has broken her silence to reveal why she REALLY left the network.
According to TPNN, Palin told the Christian Broadcasting Network (CBN) that she was fired because she “called someone out.” She was appearing on the network to talk about her new book Sweet Freedom: A Devotional when the discussion turned to her June departure from Fox.
“Some things happened that I haven’t talked about publicly, mentioned a little bit about them in the book, things like getting canned from a job I really liked, kinda sort of out of the blue, because I called somebody out,” she said.
Many assume that the “someone” Palin is referring to is Megyn Kelly, who Palin slammed for her interview with the Duggar girls.
These girls are being re-victimized, for shame on the media for, under the guise of ‘Hey, gotta let them have their say anyway. Let’s interview them and put them there, back into the fire, and let them explain,’” Palin said on Fox News’ Hannity. “They’re innocent! And these girls, yeah so humiliated.”
Palin went on to tell CBN that she was stunned when Fox fired her.
“It was a shock, but more power to Fox News. As a private enterprise they can fire somebody for wearing the wrong color tie that day,” she explained. “I have a great relationship with them. It was just kind of a little bit of a shocker of knowing that the haters are going to love this one.”
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