However, any lingering doubts about Jewish domination of the American media should have vanished on October 1st, 2010, when CNN fired Sanchez from his daily "Rick's List" program over some controversial remarks made during the September 30th edition of Stand Up! with Pete Dominick. Pete was broadcasting his daily SiriusXM talk show from CNN’s flagship Atlanta studios, since he’s been in town putting together his new CNN weekend show. The nearly 48-minute audio link is embedded below (because of high demand, link may only be intermittently available at the outset):
Here's a YouTube audio of the specific segment where Sanchez is talking about Jews:
Summary: A good account is presented in the StandUp blog. Sanchez, who has displayed anti-White bigotry in the past, started out by decrying the lack of objectivity in the media, criticizing Bill O’Reilly, Rachel Maddow, and Keith Olbermann for being partisan and not really doing journalism. Sanchez then lashed out extensively at Jon Stewart, claiming that Stewart is a "bigot". It appears that Sanchez may have been fed up in part because he was frequently the butt of jokes by Stewart on his Daily Show. Sanchez suggested that Stewart looks at the world through his mom, who was a school teacher, and his dad, who was a physicist, growing up in a suburban middle class New Jersey home with every possible advantage. When asked who specifically Stewart was bigoted against, though, Sanchez said everyone who's different than him. He further stated that Stewart’s worldview is “very much a white, liberal establishment point of view".
But then Pete Dominick brought out the fact that Stewart is Jewish. At this point, Rick Sanchez signed his CNN "death warrant". Here's the pertinent segment from the StandUp blog:
When Pete suggested Jews (such as Stewart) have at least some sense of what it’s like to be an oppressed minority, Sanchez seemed to make the claim that Jews run CNN and the news business in general and that Stewart thus did not in fact know what it was like to feel the sting of prejudice.
“Yeah,” Sanchez snickered sarcastically at the idea that Jews are as much minorities as Latinos in the US.
"Very powerless people… [snickers] He’s such a minority, I mean, you know [sarcastically]… Please, what are you kidding? … I’m telling you that everybody who runs CNN is a lot like Stewart, and a lot of people who run all the other networks are a lot like Stewart, and to imply that somehow they — the people in this country who are Jewish — are an oppressed minority? Yeah." [sarcastically]
That’s right, CNN anchor Rick Sanchez basically suggested that Jews have run the media.
Pete asked, “They can’t relate to that? A Jewish person doesn’t have a constant fear in the back of their head that we could [inaudible] the Holocaust?”
“I think his father could,” Sanchez replied, referring to Stewart.
“I think every Jewish person feels that way,” Pete said.
“I hope so,” Sanchez responded.
Sanchez also suggested Jews in general, at least of his generation or younger, are not discriminated against, though they might hear the occasional Jew joke now and again.
"I grew up not speaking English, dealing with real prejudice every day as a kid; watching my dad work in a factory, wash dishes, drive a truck, get spit on. I’ve been told that I can’t do certain things in life simply because I was a Hispanic. My friends who are black, I’ve seen that with them; I’ve seen that with a lot of minorities. I can’t really think — although I understand the plight of Jews, and all the experiences, and the things that have happened historically for them — but I can’t say that my buddy Glen or my buddy Izzy who I grew up with in South Florida ever were prejudiced against directly simply because they were Jewish. There may have been jokes around them or about other things, but it’s kinda — you know what I’m saying, it’s kind of a different thing".
“No, I don’t,” Pete replied.
“I can’t see somebody not getting a job somewhere because they’re Jewish,” Sanchez added.
Relatively mild compared to what you will read on Stormfront and the Vanguard News Network Forum. Nevertheless, the mere idea that a prominent national pundit would suggest on a national radio show that Jews dominate the media was simply too much for CNN to handle, so on October 1st, they gave him the axe. CNN issued a statement saying “Rick Sanchez is no longer with the company. We thank Rick for his years of service, and we wish him well,“ and said it would broadcast CNN Newsroom from 3-5 p.m. in place of Rick's List for the foreseeable future. The Los Angeles Times notes that Sanchez actually had a history of incendiary quotes, including calling Obama a "cotton-pickin' president," misquoting Rush Limbaugh, and not understanding the metric system.
While I'm glad to see the anti-White bigot Rick Sanchez hoisted on his own petard, we should be alarmed that mere criticism of Jews, no matter how civil or factual, can trigger such an extreme reaction. CNN does have a reputation for political correctness, though; they "fired" Lou Dobbs for telling the truth about the ill effects of mass illegal Hispanic immigration to the United States.
The pro-White media is already reacting to this development:
-- Breaking: CNN Fires Rick Sanchez After His Radio Meltdown, Stormfront
-- Rick Sanchez in hot water for proclaiming..."Jews run CNN and the entire media" (true), Stormfront
-- Breaking: CNN Fires Rick Sanchez For Telling The Truth About Media Control, VNN Forum
-- Rick Sanchez: jews run CNN & all media, VNN Forum