These past two years haven’t been kind to the reporters practicing leftist journalism. With much of it, their own doing of course. A new, radical level of progressive mob reporting has been on the rise, unveiling a host of scandals and diminishing ratings across the board. People in powerful positions within news organizations are now paying the price—many who were once considered prominent figures have been forced out or even fired. As those in charge crack down to salvage the remaining broken piece, it doesn’t seem like this trend will be slowing anytime soon; if anything, we wouldn’t be surprised if it picked up.
On Friday, the news of two prominent ABC anchors departing the network became officially known. T.J. Holmes and Amy Robach will be leaving indefinitely after news of their affair was released to the public, shocking many throughout the media world. This update brings to light how a breach of professionalism and workplace ethics can set off a chain of events that could have lasting impacts on careers, personal lives and high profile businesses. It is a reminder that although passionate pursuits may temporarily bring pleasure, they should not supersede professionally accepted conduct in the workspace.
Conservative brief reports, following the revelation of their tawdry affair, two prominent ABC anchors have officially left the company.
According to ABC, anchors T.J. Holmes and Amy Robach will leave ABC with an agreement that is “signed, executed, and done.”
According to a spokesperson for the Network, “ After several productive conversations with Amy Robach and T.J. Holmes about different options, we all agreed it’s best for everyone that they move on from ABC News.”
the spokesperson added, “We recognize their talent and commitment over the years and are thankful for their contributions.”
The New York Post obtained an email from ABC News president Kim Godwin that described the two anchors as a “distraction.”
Part of the letter reads: “I want to share with you that we’ve reached a decision about T.J. and Amy. I know that this has been a distraction for so many of us, but let’s not forget all the great work that continues to make ABC News the #1 news network in America, and that’s because of you.
Following the announcement of their departure, the Daily Mail captured photos of the two embracing, with Robach’s legs wrapped around Holmes’.
Entertainment Tonight did a montage to send them. LET’S TAKE A LOOK>>>>
This scandal is more than just a couple pairs of unfaithful spouses. It’s a slap in the face to all couples who take their vows seriously, especially young couples at the start of their own marriage journey. It’s inherently wrong to bring dishonorable behavior into mainstream society and make it seem acceptable. These two former personalities should feel ashamed of what they’ve done, and yet they seem to seek out whatever fame or attention they can get from this whole debacle. That kind of glorification will only send a dangerous message that marriage is some game. It’s definitely a disgrace and deserves our collective disapproval or else they’ll think they did was right. Maybe in a progressive liberal world but not a conservative world where marriage is sacred. That’s why it’s important we win the culture war, now more than ever.
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