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CNN fires Rick Sanchez after anti-Semitic rant

If vehicular homicide wasn’t a reason to keep Teddy K out of the Senate for 40+ years, then it isn’t a reason for CNN to keep Sanchez off of their payroll.  But an anti-Semitic moonbat rant?  Yep, that’ll do it:

CNN has fired anchor Rick Sanchez following a radio rant Thursday night where he called Jon Stewart a “bigot,” blamed CNN brass for discrimination against him and insinuated that the media industry is controlled by Jews. 

You must go read the excerpts!  Awesomely delicious!

Couldn’t happen to a nicer jackwagon.

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October 1, 2010 - Posted by | anti-Semitism, CNN, media bias, moonbats

4 Comments »

  1. Who is this Rick Sanchez of which (or should that be whom) you write? Never heard of him.

    Jon Stewart……is he the dude that shows up on O’Reilly from time to time?

    Some day I will have to check out this CNN thing. Or not.

    (“Parker Spitzer” that should go over like a fart in church.)

    Comment by Lee | October 2, 2010

  2. Well, I care about what happens on CNN almost as much as I care about Fidel Castro’s toenail clippings…almost.

    Comment by Kevin | October 2, 2010

  3. I’m glad another Anti-Semitic Bigot has been outed. I had feeling Anti-Semitism was rampant on the Left turns out I was right all along.

    Comment by SojournerLove | October 4, 2010

  4. Sojourner…they just keep it silent to convince that particular demographic to keep voting democrat.

    Heil Pelosi

    Comment by Kevin | October 5, 2010


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