‘Major loss for Fox.’ But, is it? Clowns dumping on network over Wallace’s exit miss mark by a mile

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While many Americans rejoiced at the news of closet leftist Chris Wallace departing Fox News, the media was quick to call the conservative network ‘radicalized’ while his disingenuous, squishy colleagues called it a “real loss.”

In light of CNN’s recent scandals with Chris Cuomo, Don Lemon, and Jeffrey Toobin, they were among the first to jump on Fox News as Wallace announced he was departing the network immediately. Timing is everything and it is no surprise that Wallace will now reportedly find a new home at CNN+.

“Chris Wallace is one of the journalists that is at Fox who stands out like a sore thumb because the network has become more and more radicalized, both in the Trump years and now in the Biden years,” CNN host Brian Stelter whined. “I’m told according to sources knowledgeable with the matter, he decided to leave on his own, he wanted out at the end of his contract this year. So, that speaks volumes about Fox and what’s changing at Fox.”

While Stelter claimed that the departure “speaks volumes” about the network, it seems to speak even more loudly about the liberal views of Chris Wallace and his alleged objection to Fox News hosts such as Tucker Carlson. Viewers of Fox News have for a long time noticed Wallace’s liberal bent, especially during the presidential debate between former President Trump and then-Democratic nominee Joe Biden.

Media pundit Julia Ioffe, a correspondent for Puck, claimed that Wallace “was often attacked by the right-wing and people at Fox,” and “it’s hard to stay at a place like that.”

Former conservative turned rabid liberal commentator, S.E. Cupp agreed that Fox News “used” Wallace to present themselves as a news organization.

“What’s been happening at Fox for years is news is shrinking, right-wing propaganda is growing and growing, and leaves less and less room for Chris Wallace,” Stelter asserted, lacking any sense of self-awareness about his own network.

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The reaction from CNN and other leftist media outlets was predictable. What is surprising is that a number of Wallace’s colleagues are sad to see him go which says an awful lot about their political views as well.

The host of Fox News’ “MediaBuzz” Howard Kurtz displayed an incredible amount of cluelessness concerning the network’s audience by tweeting, “Chris Wallace just announced this is his last Fox News Sunday, wants to try other things after 18 years. He has been a stellar journalist and superb colleague. A real loss for us.”

Kurtz stands out in his tone-deaf farewell to Wallace and he seems rather bitter over the development. During the close of his show, he bemoaned the network’s loss of Wallace. He even called Wallace “perhaps the best debate moderator of all time,” a statement that millions of Americans would angrily contest.

“I’ve known and respected Chris for a very long time — back to the days when he was at ABC and NBC,” Kurtz commented. “He is the most tenacious interviewer in the television business, based on intense preparation and plain old persistence. He has the kind of seasoned judgment that only comes from so many years of covering political issues, and he may be the best debate moderator ever.”

Then he took a jab at Wallace’s critics, “In the era of hyper-polarization, Chris Wallace has been equally tough on Democrats and Republicans — no matter what some partisans may say.”

He concluded, “This is a major loss for Fox News. No question about it.”

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The less-than-conservative confab surrounding the network also chimed in. Kurtz was joined by former Fox commenter Jonah Goldberg who recently resigned, stating, “Wow. Suffice it to say, I don’t think this was the plan a month ago.”

Contributor Stephen Hayes who also followed Goldberg out the door, tweeted, “Chris Wallace had an incredible run. He served as a great example of how to do news – and do it well – during tumultuous and often disorienting times. It was an honor to appear on his panel. Eager to see what comes next.”

But many were ecstatic that Wallace finally left the network:


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