CBS affiliate KTVA in Anchorage, Alaska, got an unexpected jolt when reporter Charlo Greene quit her job in the middle of an on-air broadcast Sunday night.
“As for this job,” she said calmly to the viewers,”not that I have a choice, but, f**k it. I quit.”
Greene revealed that she is the owner of the Alaska Cannabis Club — which she had just featured in a report without telling viewers in advance — and vowed to devote her energy to pushing for “freedom and fairness” and the legalization of marijuana.
Needless to say, it was awkward for the anchor who had to pull it together after the announcement. Read more and watch here via YouTube:
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