"Ladies and gentleman, we got her," exclaimed Cenk Uygur.
According to Real Clear Politics, a source close to Palin said she was offered a contract, but "decided not to renew the arrangement.”
“She remains focused on broadening her message of common-sense conservatism across the country and will be expanding her voice in the national discussion,” the source told RCP.
The source did not say if Palin was pursuing a contract with another network.
“We have thoroughly enjoyed our association with Governor Palin. We wish her the best in her future endeavors,” Bill Shine, Executive Vice President of Fox told the New York Times in a statement.
"Don't let the door hit you on the way out, Caribou Barbie. Hey, there's always Dancing With The Stars," one person commented at the Times.
Reuters called Palin a "polarizing figure" who enjoys "a strong following among many Republicans and supporters of the conservative Tea Party movement," and reminded readers that Fox News "appeals to a conservative audience."
Commenters at the Washington Post added their two cents.
"Just guessing, Fox probably offered 'game change' Palin what she is worth for contract renewal and she couldn't buy a moose burger with it. She will probably join Glenn and take oil and coal money to stir the Tea (Party)," one person wrote.
"Has the flea left the dog, or has the dog shed the flea?" another person asked.
USA Today said that "Palin's influence had waned and she was somewhat overshadowed as a contributor at Fox by Karl Rove," who recently renewed his contract with the network.
Since her entrance on the national stage, Palin has been targeted by so much hate that conservatives coined the phrase "Palin Derangement Syndrome." Even her children have been targeted by some of the most egregious, vile hatred from the left.
As we reported here, Bristol Palin was viciously savaged during and after her appearance on Dancing with the Stars, while Kathy Griffin said she would target 16-year-old Willow Palin in 2011. Her youngest child, Trig, was targeted by Wonkette with a hateful blog post on his birthday. The post was removed after several companies pulled their advertising.
After the January 2011 shooting that left Congresswoman Gabrielle Giffords severely wounded, liberals on Twitter called for her death as Jane Fonda and others blamed her, Glenn Beck and the Tea Party for the shooting. Even the so-called "mainstream media" jumped in on the act, promoting the lie that Palin was responsible for the shooting.
Palin, who has not been seen on the network since mid-December, remains active on Facebook and Twitter where she enjoys a huge following.
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