Leftists Try to Cancel ‘Wheel of Fortune’ Host Pat Sajak

Leftists are accusing “Wheel of Fortune” host Pat Sajak of “posing with Nazis.”

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Sajak appeared in a photo with Rep. Marjorie Taylor Green (R-GA) and Right Side Broadcasting Network reporter Bryan Glenn.

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The picture, taken earlier this month, has gone viral and incited criticism from academic and Hollywood elites.

One Twitter user even wrote, “Pictured: Pat Sajak and Vanna Whitesupremacist,” referring to Sajak’s co-host Vanna White, per Fox News.

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The director of media relations at the University of Miami’s Miller School of Medicine, Diana Gonzalez, told her Twitter followers she won’t be watching “Wheel of Fortune” anymore as a result of the picture.

“The company you keep is quite unfortunate @patsajak. Will be changing the channel when you spin the wheel,” Gonzalez said on Twitter.

One college professor at Temple University took to Twitter to share his disapproval of Sajak’s photo.

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“First Chuck Woolery. Now Pat Sajak. Are all game show hosts trash?” Professor Marc Lamont Hill wrote.

While many were negative about Sajak’s political affiliation, some Twitter users came to Sajak’s defense.

One user wrote, “That people hate Pat Sajak just because of his conservative views is a microcosm of everything wrong with our country right now,” according to Fox.

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Greene responded to the hate in a tweet:

“There is nothing more pathetic and hypocritical than the left’s whiny cancel culture,” she said. “I’d like to solve the puzzle please. M-A-K-E A-M-E-R-I-C-A G-R-E-A-T A-G-A-I-N.”

This story comes as the long-time game show host recently revealed he may be retiring soon, saying that “the end is near” in an “Entertainment Tonight” interview earlier this month.

Sajak has been hosting the show since 1981.