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Finally, KENA BETANCURCNN sacked Rick Santorum, nearly a month after former Pennsylvania senator made racist and pro-colonial comments about Native Americans at a young conservative event. The Huffington Post first published this news. “We were born a nation out of nothing, I mean there was nothing,” Santorum said on April 26th. “I mean, yeah, we do have Native Americans, but honestly, there aren’t a lot of Native American culture in American culture.” Rick Santorum of CNN: “We were born a nation out of nothing. I mean, there was nothing here. I mean, yes. We have Native Americans but honestly there isn’t a lot of Native American culture in American culture, “she said. twitter.com/EMxOEYDbg7 – Jason Campbell (JasonSCampbell) April 26, 2021 He quickly condemned the National Congress of the American Indian and Illuminative, a nonprofit that challenges harmful stereotypes of indigenous peoples. Home Secretary Deb Haaland, the first Native American to hold a Cabinet office, told Huffington Post that his comments were “unfortunate.” “We may not have done a good job educating Americans about Indian history, because Native American history is really American.” History, Haaland added. Santorum, a CNN political commentator, told Chris Cuomo that he was “wrongly speaking,” but he did not apologize. A senior CNN executive told The Huffington Post that “the leadership was not particularly satisfied with this appearance,” and that “none of the broadcasters wanted to book it.” The CEO added that Santorum’s contract ended “quietly” this week. Don Lemon, another CNN broadcaster, told Komo that the interview made him “angry.” The whitening that bleaches him? This week after the Washington Post revealed that he had consulted with his brother, New York Governor Andrew Cuomo, about how to respond to recent allegations of sexual harassment from female employees. CNN told outlets they would not punish Cuomo for moral deviation. , As indicated by the Huffington Post, indigenous groups have legalized and energetic AA Hollywood in “Action Day” to encourage CNN to #Reck. Notable names associated with this initiative are Joaquin Phoenix, Ed Helms, Sarah Silverman, Pepper Perabo, and Mark Ruffalo. Read more at The Daily Beast. Get our most important news in your inbox every day. subscribe now! Daily Beast Membership: The Beast Inside delves into the stories that matter to you. Learn more.