Lara Logan: 'I Was Definitely Pushed Out' by Fox News


When I saw you initially on Fox News, and I saw you talking about certain things I thought, what a wonderful, wonderful thing that this woman who was part of that bubble that world has seen through to where she is now. There are many, many of your colleagues that I think are waking up, Cheryl Atkinson has been on this program. There are a number of folks that I think like you couldn't quite believe it at first. And then eventually they saw the handwriting on the wall and they knew that they had to push away if they weren't themselves pushed out. Did you feel that you were pushed out or did you step away? No, I was definitely pushed out. I mean, there's no doubt about that. They don't want independent thinkers. They don't want people who follow the facts regardless of the politics. You know, I always say I don't belong to any party. I don't belong to any one size. And while people, you know, they want to cost me as the darling of the right wing and so on and so on. I really don't worry about media organizations who for years have reported both stories. Why should I care what they have to say? And I find it so interesting that people will tell you, oh, the media is so biased, but then if they Google you and they see a Washington Post or a New York Times hit police value, well then they don't want to have anything to do with you. And we can't hire you for our event or we can't employ you or whatever else. And the great lesson of this is you're taking a knee every day to your enemy and you're asking them to write the terms of battle. Why?

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