Sage Steel Leaves Woke ESPN to ‘Exercise First Amendment Rights More Freely’

Former ESPN anchor Sage Steele is speaking out after leaving the woke Disney owned network after an impressive 16 year career.

Steel was suspended in 2021 for comments criticizing Disney for its vaccine mandate and rebuking former President Obama for identifying as Black instead of biracial.

The comments came during an interview on former NFL quarterback Jay Cutler’s podcast.

On ESPN’s vaccine mandate, Sage Steele said mandates are “sick” and “scary,” but wasn’t “surprised it got to this point with Disney, a global company.”

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Two weeks ago, Steele settled a lawsuit against the network, after a two year battle, which alleged that ESPN was in breach of contract.

Steele joined Brian Kilmeade on  “One Nation” Saturday, and shared more about her decision to depart the network so she can “exercise [her] First Amendment rights more freely.”

“I didn’t know what my line was until it was crossed,” Steele said.

“And then I knew I had to make the hardest decision of my life to fight back against the company that I literally… I love my job. When you stand up, and you have a lawsuit, you know that that’s going to



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