“Fox News Sunday” has dropped some bombshell announcements in the past, but this one was truly stunning and completely unexpected.
Today, Chris Wallace announced that today was his final “Fox News Sunday” show.
Wallace will be stepping away from the network to pursue other interests.
For the better part of the last two decades, Chris Wallace has greeted the nation on Sunday morning with hard-hitting interviews.
For most of that time, Wallace offered fair and tough interviews to conservatives and liberals alike.
Like many liberal journalists, that changed the moment Trump got nominated.
Since then, Wallace has turned a cheek to the many atrocities of the left while hammering conservatives.
Wallace gushed over Biden during the early days of his time in office and is just as guilty as everyone else for blatantly ignoring the stories that probably would have taken Joe Biden down during the election.
He wanted Trump out, so he helped lead that cover-up.
Wallace had been given a bit of a pass by conservatives for most of his career because he was fair, relatively speaking, but they have been out for his head for the last five years.
Well, now they have it, with Wallace announcing that he is stepping away from the network.
In signing off for the final time, Wallace stated, “After 18 years — this is my final Fox News Sunday. It is the last time — and I say this with real sadness — we will meet like this.
“Eighteen years ago, the bosses here at Fox promised me they would never interfere with a guest I booked or a question I asked and they kept that promise.
“I have been free to report to the best of my ability, to cover the stories I think are important, to hold our country’s leaders to account. It’s been a great ride.”
Wallace started with NBC News in 1975, then moved over to ABC News, where he would remain until his move to Fox News in 2003.
Rumors are already surfacing that Wallace will be moving to CNN’s streaming platform, but that is all rumor right now and has not been confirmed by Wallace or CNN.
Conservatives will likely bid Wallace good riddance and look forward to someone new greeting them on Sunday mornings that will do what Wallace initially promised to do… hold elected officials accountable.
Source: The Hill