Sinclair says weatherman who criticized ‘Code Red’ alerts has been ‘let go’


Sinclair says weatherman who criticized 'Code Red' alerts has been 'let go' 4




Sinclair says weatherman who criticized ‘Code Red’ alerts has been ‘let go’

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  1. don’t worry, another TV station will pick him up. They let him go, that means the no compete clause is null and void. Happened here a few months ago. Within two weeks she was on the other station.

  2. What an obvious attempt at subliminal messaging. At least I don’t get my news from TV anymore. But damn, Sinclair is fucked

  3. All hail our corporate overlords! May they forever know what is best for us meek peasants! Long live Code Red Weather Announcements!

  4. Heavy rain expected Tuesday… We’re officially issuing an “Everybody Fucking Panic!”^TM alert covering everyone everywhere. Kiss your asses goodbye, people – it’s the end of days!

  5. So wait, they sacked him and then still changed the nomenclature? I mean, I guess he won? Sucks he’s out of a job though. I hope a much better affiliate picks him up soon. He can come to DC, I’m kind of sick of Topper Shut’s smug face and ridiculous name

  6. My older brother lives in Oklahoma and he says it is ridiculous now. It is like at 4 PM and on you can’t watch any program without a weather alert constantly overtaking the show by cutting in every five minutes

  7. It’s so sad that they let him go because he is correct. Every network wants to distinguish themselves but end up making things muddy and hard to assess risk. Quite possibly things being so confusing is why people don’t take warnings seriously so often. I’m glad I’m focusing on this with my education

  8. Upon hearing the news that he was FINALLY getting his transfer, Santiago was so excited that do you know how many people he called? Zero. Nobody. Not one call to his parents saying he was coming home. Not one call to a friend saying “Can you pick me up at the airport?”. He was asleep in his bed at midnight, and according to you, he was getting on a plane in 6 hours. Yet everything he owned was hanging neatly in his closet, and folded neatly in his footlocker. You were leaving for one day, you packed a bag and made three phone calls. Santiago was leaving for the rest of his life, and he hadn’t called a soul, and he hadn’t packed a thing. Can you explain that? The fact is there was no transfer order, Santiago wasn’t going anywhere, isn’t that right Colonel?

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