Sarah Isgur, the not “controversial” hire by CNN despite what THR says, has reportedly self-demoted herself from editor to pundit in the wake of criticism from the angry mob both inside and outside of CNN:
— Hollywood Reporter (@THR) March 8, 2019
From the article:
On Friday, Isgur announced that she will instead join CNN as a political analyst, the on-air role traditionally held by former partisans.
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A CNN spokesperson confirmed the change and said that it was Isgur’s idea. “We can confirm that when Sarah came to us and proposed her role be adjusted to a political analyst instead, we agreed and we look forward to her starting in that role,” the spokesperson told The Hollywood Reporter.
Isgur herself tweeted that the move was her idea:
It’s been a great vacation but I am back on twitter! And news: I will go to CNN as a Political Analyst instead. Will start next month on air and on line. See y’all soon!
— Sarah Isgur (@whignewtons) March 8, 2019
Because what CNN was missing was another pundit:
What CNN needed was a pundit. Definitely not editorial diversity or anything silly. Pundit.
— Seth Mandel (@SethAMandel) March 8, 2019
And not representation in the actual newsroom:
God forbid they let a Republican in the newsroom
— Doug Stafford (@dougstafford) March 9, 2019
Welcome to the club we guess?
CNN can’t have enough pundits, bro
— Allahpundit (@allahpundit) March 8, 2019
But this is pretty sad of CNN for just caving like this:
cnn folded like a cheap suit to pressure from cnn reporters and the dnc. but i repeat myself
— Ryan (@alwaysonoffense) March 8, 2019
And libs are still angry:
Nobody needs your analyses. We already know your ideas when you worked for Sessions.
— willyzonda (@willyzonda1) March 8, 2019
— Jonathan M. Katz✍🏻 (@KatzOnEarth) March 8, 2019
A rapid downgrade of the upgrade! Guess the job posting for Russian Spy In Charge of Election Coverage was rewritten. Hope to not see ya!
— Beauchard (@mitchellhirsch) March 8, 2019
This is embarrassing. For you and @CNN
— #UBum (@lelaalb2001) March 8, 2019
— Jeremy Wein (@thismyshow) March 8, 2019
Exit question: Why didn’t CNN announce this?
Shouldn’t CNN be making this announcement? https://t.co/cjxL8NZsJA
— Tom Elliott (@tomselliott) March 8, 2019
CNN Backtracks AGAIN on the hiring of Sarah Isgur and the left is still outragedhttps://t.co/fiR13XXH0N
— Twitchy Team (@TwitchyTeam) February 26, 2019