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Wednesday, March 5, 2014
Russia Today Anchor Liz Wahl Resigned Live On Air. THIS IS A SIGN!! PEOPLE INSIDE THE CONTROLL MATRIX ARE WAKING UP!! AND TAKING ACTION!!! GLORY!! THERE WILL BE MORE OF THEM....AND THIS WILL CRUMBLE THE MAINSTREAM NEWS LIEING MACHINE, AND WE WILL STAND UP BESIDE THEM!!! GET READY!!! WE WILL HAVE OUR FREEDOM IN THIS PHYSICAL DOMAIN!! elizabeth Diamond
Russia Today anchor and correspondent Liz Wahl announced her resignation live on air Wednesday, saying she couldn’t “be part of a network that whitewashes the actions” of Russian President Vladimir Putin. Wahl began her remarks by referencing comments another personality on the government-funded TV network made criticizing Russia’s invasion of the Ukranian region of Crimea.
“Last night RT made headlines when one of our anchors went on the record and said Russian intervention in Crimea is wrong and indeed, as a reporter on this network, I face many ethical and moral challenges,” Wahl said.
Her grandparents were Hungarian refugees who fled Soviet oppression, and that she could no longer work for the station. She also cited her “partner” who works as a “physician at a military base.”
“That is why, personally, I cannot be part of a network funded by the Russian government that whitewashes the actions of Putin. I’m proud to be an American and believe in disseminating the truth and that is why, after this newscast, I’m resigning.”
Wahl’s dramatic on-air remarks weren’t the only sign of dissension at RT Wednesday. Andrew Blake, who has been a web producer for RT and has appeared on the network with Wahl, tweeted in support of her actions.
“RT anchor @LizWahl just quit over the air live on TV. #props,” Blake wrote.