More people like this incredible woman, who recently left her local reporting job because she no longer believes in the unbalanced media, are needed.
Kari Lake, an Arizona local news reporter, has taken the “red pill,” and she’s a Trump supporter who thinks her career has taken a disturbing turn for the worse.
Ms. Lake made a video of her resignation.
Here’s what she had to say:
“Unfortunately, journalism has changed a lot since I first walked into a newsroom, and to be frank, I don’t like where it’s headed. In every newsroom, at every level and in every place, there needs to be more diversity in coverage and a broader spectrum of perspectives portrayed. I haven’t felt proud to be a part of the media in a few years. I’m sure there are other journalists who share my sentiments. I was reading news copy that I didn’t believe was completely accurate or just told part of the story. By remaining in this profession, I started to believe that I was contributing to the country’s fear and division.
“It’s difficult to leave a good job and a promising career, particularly in these trying times. I have faith that God will protect me and lead me to work that is in line with my values.”
After a hot-mic moment during an FB Live post in which she dropped a “F” bomb and blasted a liberal-leaning newspaper in Arizona, Ms. Lake was recently placed on a brief “leave of absence.”
However, critics of Fox 10 say Ms. Lake was singled out because she used Parler and backed Trump and Rush Limbaugh.
Gab is also a favorite of Kari’s.
In any case, she’s leaving on her own terms, doing what she thinks is best – and good for her.
Some might argue that we need more journalists like her to remain in journalism because she is truthful and rational – but the truth is that most local anchors simply read lines prepared for them by 28-year-old aspiring communists – possibly.
I’m glad she’s leaving that toxic environment, and I hope we see more of her on the conservative side of the news.
Newsmax or Mayne OANN?
ARTICLE SOURCE : AMERICANCONSERVATIVES.TODAY