For several years now, CNN has been losing viewers thanks to their radical, far far far left bias in airing what they call news. The entire network is nothing more than an MSM government arm of propaganda. Thankfully, people in the United States have slowly been waking up to their games of liberal rhetoric and the creation of fake news.
CNN national correspondent Suzanne Malveaux is bidding farewell to the network after two decades of delivering groundbreaking stories to its audiences. In a note sent to colleagues on Friday, Malveaux cited her desire to pursue other passions and spend more time with family as reasons for her departure.
“After 20 years of delivering groundbreaking stories for the audiences of CNN, I’ve made the heartfelt decision to put myself and my family first and to pursue my long-desired professional passions: using storytelling to promote wellness, resiliency and social justice,” Malveaux wrote to colleagues, according to Deadline.
“While I’ve thrived on the energy from covering breaking news and politics, the rhythm of my life has shifted to the more personal. I love being a mom, and the time I have with my eight-year-old daughter is priceless. I am so thankful that my mother and daughter had a chance to develop a beautiful relationship before she passed.”
Malveaux first approached CNN this past fall regarding her changing priorities. Her exit marks yet another familiar face leaving CNN in recent months while they undergo a leadership shakeup. Brian Stelter departed in August after his show “Reliable Sources” was canceled, Chief legal analyst Jeffrey Toobin left in September for unspecified reasons, White House correspondent John Harwood announced his resignation in November without citing any future plans or intentions, and Michael Bass stepped down from his role as Executive Vice President of Programming shortly thereafter.
If you ask me for my opinion though, I think that she knew her time was done, and the network probably let her go out this way instead of the embarrassment of being fired.