Former Democratic National Committee Chairwoman Donna Brazile has left FOX News.
Many fans and former fans of FOX News have wondered for years why the former Democrat official was ever even invited to join the network in the first place.
According to most reports, Brazile’s departure was her own decision and FOX wanted to keep her.
She has since joined ABC News.
The Wrap reports:
Donna Brazile Joins ABC News After 2 Years as Fox News Commentator
Donna Brazile, former interim head of the Democratic National Convention, has exited Fox News for a contributor role at ABC News, an individual with knowledge of the deal told TheWrap.
Brazile served as interim DNC chairwoman in 2012 and from 2016 to 2017. She’s had a wide-ranging career in television throughout her time as a political operative.
Prior to joining Fox News in 2019, she served as a commentator for CNN — and resigned in October 2016 after the disclosure that she had leaked debate questions to Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton ahead of a primary debate…
A representative for Fox News did not respond to a request for comment. In her time at Fox News, she acted as a liberal voice, a foil to some of the more conservative hosts and commentators.
.@donnabrazile has left Fox News. She tells me “Fox never censored my views in any way," but "I’ve accomplished what I wanted at Fox News.” The network had hoped to keep her.
Another Fox liberal, Juan Williams, is out at "The Five" but staying at network https://t.co/0y04MmRDGC
— Michael M. Grynbaum (@grynbaum) May 28, 2021
This news comes just days after liberal contributor Juan Williams left ‘The Five.’
Some people are noticing a pattern.
Donna Brazile is out at Fox. Juan Williams has been minimized. Jedediah Bila was cut last week. Martha McCallum minimized. Melissa Francis gone. Bill Sammon gone. Chris Stirewalt gone.
The Never Trumpers are paying the price for hitting the iceberg on election night.
— Emerald Robinson ✝️ (@EmeraldRobinson) May 28, 2021
It’s notable that these changes are taking place quietly. Why do you think that is?