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Crying CNN+ Layoffs Get No Pity from Conservatives

'The Democratic bench is thinner than Chris Wallace’s demo reel from CNN+ ... '

(Molly Bruns, Headline USA) Warner Bros. Discovery has announced that CNN+ is shutting down a month after its rocky start.

Chris Licht, the network’s incoming president, told staff, “While today’s decision is incredibly difficult, it is the right one for the long-term success of CNN.”

CNN critics were quick to comment—particularly Greg Gutfeld of Fox News, according to the Daily Wire,

On “The Five,” Gutfeld slammed former Fox News Host Chris Wallace, who left the network then subsequently made very public criticisms of the inner workings, calling it “unsustainable.”

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“Before, I found it was an environment in which I could do my job and feel good about my involvement at Fox,” Wallace said during an interview with the New York Times. “And since November of 2020, that just became unsustainable, increasingly unsustainable as time went on.”

Gutfeld took advantage of this opportunity to share his thoughts about Wallace following the announcement of the shut down:

“I’m looking at this, okay, so you see, Hillary was supposed to come back, you got Bernie,” Gutfled began. “This is, the Democratic bench is thinner than Chris Wallace’s demo reel from CNN+. Thanks. I just needed to get that in there.”

“I think it is a challenge that we will be facing, but a lot of these solutions that are coming from the Left are unreliable, whether it’s solar panels or windmills. I mean, look at CNN+, how much money they invested in wind power by hiring Chris Wallace,” Gutfeld said.

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Gutfeld made several more comments along these lines.

South Dakota Governor Kristi Noem also chimed in, responding to a Tweet requesting sympathy on behalf of the workers of CNN+:

Noem responded, “Now you know how the Keystone XL Pipeline workers feel.”

 

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