She’s Been FIRED!

( – In a new scandal exposing leftist media propaganda, a Philadelphia radio station has terminated its relationship with a host after she admitted and disclosed that she posed a series of questions to President Joe Biden that had been pre-approved by White House officials.

Andrea Lawful-Sanders, who was employed by Philadelphia’s WURD, submitted her resignation over the weekend, National Review reports.

This followed her admission in an interview with CNN’s Victor Blackwell that she had been provided a list of eight questions before her July 3 interview with Biden.

Before resigning, Lawful-Sanders indicated that she selected and utilized four of the eight questions during the broadcast, which was President Biden’s first interview post his lackluster debate performance on June 27.

Sara Lomax, president and CEO of WURD Radio, stated on Sunday that the interview had been coordinated by Lawful-Sanders autonomously, without the knowledge or involvement of WURD management.

“The interview featured pre-determined questions provided by the White House, which violates our practice of remaining an independent media outlet accountable to our listeners,” Lomax elaborated.

Consequently, Lawful-Sanders and WURD Radio consented to end their association immediately.

In a succinct video on Facebook, Lawful-Sanders confirmed her departure from WURD, affirming that she no longer maintained her position there.

According to a source familiar with the situation who spoke to Axios, the White House participated in drafting the questions, which were then forwarded to WURD by the Biden campaign.

In response to Lawful-Sanders’ remarks on CNN, Biden campaign spokesperson Lauren Hitt clarified to the news outlet, “White House did not manage the process or the questions.”

Lomax emphasized that the use of pre-formulated questions undermines the trust WURD has established over 22 years as Philadelphia’s sole independent black talk radio station.

She mentioned that while the station had previously collaborated with White House officials, its journalists were never restricted to their suggested topics or talking points.

She further accused the White House of undermining the legitimacy of black voices, asserting her station’s commitment to rigorous journalism to adequately serve its predominantly black audience.

“WURD Radio is not a mouthpiece for the Biden or any other Administration,” stated Lomax.

In a related development, Earl Ingram, a radio host from Milwaukee, interviewed Biden after the debate and disclosed to ABC News that he too received questions for Biden, of which he used four out of the five provided.

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