Name Dismissed and Reassigned on      
Chris Hedges  
I was just informed by Max Alvarez, the Editor-in-Chief at The Real News, that they will no longer run my show. The reason for the cancellation, he said, is that my critiques of Biden, especially for the genocide in Gaza, jeopardizes his nonprofit status. My last show with Dennis Kucinich, who is running as an independent for Congress in Ohio, was removed from the site. – Chris Hedges
Sangita Myska April 2024  
Tucker Carlson April 24, 2023 Fox did not provide a reason for Carlson’s termination. The Los Angeles Times wrote that Chairman of Fox Corporation Rupert Murdoch was responsible for the firing, and that a pending lawsuit from former Fox producer Abby Grossberg and Carlson’s coverage of the January 6 U.S. Capitol insurrection both influenced the decision.[191] During the 2023 Israel-Hamas War, Carlson criticized both President Joe Biden and Republican House Speaker Mike Johnson support for military aid to Israel and called for American neutrality during the conflict.[355][356] He declared Israel guilty of war crimes.[357] Commentators have described him as part of a growing faction within the Republican Party that is indifferent to or directly opposed to Zionism.[358]
Bella Donita        
Mehdi Hasan 7 January 2024   During the 2023 Israel–Hamas war, MSNBC cancelled the shows of Hasan as well as and two other Muslim commentators, Ayman Mohyeldin and Ali Velshi.[32][33]
Octavia Nasr  

Following the death of Mohammad Hussein Fadlallah on 4 July 2010, Nasr tweeted, “Sad to hear of the passing of Sayyed Mohammad Hussein Fadlallah.. One of Hezbollah’s giants I respect a lot…”

Nasr fell victim of an astroturfing attack for this perceived show of sympathy and support for Hezbollah amid claims that her stated position was incompatible with her role at CNN as editor of news on the Middle East.[9][10][11]

Helen Thomas 2010  

Thomas worked for the United Press and post-1958 successor United Press International (UPI) for 57 years, first as a correspondent, and later as White House bureau manager. She then served as a columnist for Hearst Newspapers from 2000 to 2010, writing on national affairs and the White House. Thomas was the first female officer of the National Press Club, the first female member and president of the White House Correspondents’ Association and the first female member of the Gridiron Club. She wrote six books; her last (with co-author Craig Crawford) was Listen Up, Mr. President: Everything You Always Wanted Your President to Know and Do (2009).

Thomas retired from Hearst Newspapers on June 7, 2010, following controversial remarks she made about Israel in an impromptu, unstructured amateur short interview when solicited for “any comments on Israel,” she replied, “tell them to get the hell out of Palestine,”[2] leading to accusations of antisemitism.[3] She then served as an opinion columnist for the Falls Church News-Press until February 2012.[4]






But here’s one last try: You might get fired at any time. Every journalist knows that, especially these days. When you get fired, Twitter is an incredible source of encouragement and even job leads.

I’ve been fired twice in my career: in 1992 when I was editor of the Minot Daily News and Wednesday when Digital First Media announced that it was shutting Thunderdome and told me my job would end on July 1.

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