Former stonewalled CBS reporter turns to public to help decide what’s next

Sharyl Attkisson, the former CBS investigative reporter who last week ended her 20-year association with the network, appears to be set on continuing her dogged pursuit of the stories that matter.

According to a tweet Attkisson posted on Sunday, she is giving her 46,000-plus followers on Twitter an opportunity to help plot her next step — while there have been no announcements on new employment opportunities, many feel that Fox News would be a good fit.

Known for her hard hitting reports on both the Fast and Furious gunrunning scandal and the terrorist attack on Benghazi, you can be sure these stories topped the list of suggestions her tweet prompted.

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Twitchy captured some of these responses:

There were other great suggestions, to include a very compelling comment from Timothy O’Donnell. What is certain is that wherever Attkisson lands, she will have plenty of work to keep herself busy.

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Tom is a grassroots activist who distinguished himself as one of the top conservative bloggers in Florida before joining BizPac Review. He can be reached at tom@bizpacreview.com

  • bvdees

    I used to watch her in Savannah, GA, and always knew she’d go far. I was very dismayed, however, when she went to CBS. As much as they needed a good, smart, HONEST journalist, she didn’t need the aggravation! I would love to see her at Fox but wherever she finds a place I really hope she’ll continue to be the standard-bearer for the truth!

  • bvdees

    WOWS! Shame on me! I really tried to date Sharyl! I watched her in Tampa – not Savannah!

  • raycom4rt

    sure would like to see an upstart network get rolling……Washington Times said about a year ago that they were game……It’s wide open for competition to Fox and a gold mine, IF they can convey the truth!

  • Mark Brown

    Do a tell all about CBS news.

  • Wayne Willard

    alot of the networks don’t want the public to know the truth. A reporters job is to find out the truth and then relay it to the people. People like Maddow wouldn’t be no better than the tabloids where they make up their stories