During Sunday night’s 10 p.m. news broadcast, KTVA anchor Charlo Greene quit her job – live on the air.
Greene’s segment focused on Alaska’s upcoming vote on ‘Ballot Measure 2′, which proposes the legalization of Marijuana in the state. In a stunning twist, after centering her report around “The Alaska Cannabis Club,” a group that connects medical marijuana dispensaries with prescription users, Greene revealed that she is, in fact, the owner of the club.
Greene explained that she would be using her time to for “fight freedom and fairness,” meaning the legalization of marijuana.
“I, the actual owner of the Alaskan Cannabis Club, will be dedicating all my energy toward fighting for freedom and fairness, which begins with legalising marijuana here in Alaska. And as for this job, not that I have a choice, but f–k it – I quit.”
KTVA responded via their Twitter account and indicated that Greene has been terminated:
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