‘Anti-Trump Conservative Voice’ Joe Walsh Complains to CNN After Radio Show Gets Canned

Self-described “anti-Trump conservative” former Congressman Joe Walsh has announced that a radio show that debuted last year on the Gab Radio Network has been taken off the air.

Although he said he didn’t “want to sound like a crybaby,” Walsh appeared on CNN to complain about his cancelation and blast other conservatives in media.

Walsh said in the interview, “The lesson here is if you want to be viable in conservative media, you can’t be anti-Trump, If you’re outspoken like me against Trump, you have no place.”

Walsh broke the news in a tweet last night where he said, “Some bad news. Looks like I’ve lost my radio show. The network is run by a big Trumper, and he’s wanted to boot me for awhile. Looks like it finally happened. Not surprised, but I am bummed. I thought it was so important to have ONE anti-Trump conservative voice on the radio.”

Other anti-Trumpers descended on his tweet to offer their condolences, including author John Pavlovitz, who said, “This is terrible news, Joe, but the greatest validation of the important work you’re doing. I’m grateful for your voice and for the sacrifices you’ve made to stand on the side of humanity. Be encouraged.”

Walsh responded, “Thank you John. Means a lot coming from you.”

Another anti-Trump author S.E. Cupp told Walsh, “Your voice is still important. They’ll keep purifying and shrinking to the point of irrelevance eventually. You’ll still be here when the dust settles and the history books record who was on the right side.”

Walsh said he was unsure where he would go from there, but joked that he might follow U.S. House Rep Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez’ previous career path and become a “barista.”