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Sharon Osbourne GOES OFF on Liberal Media and Cancel Culture; ‘I Wouldn’t Trust CBS as Far as I Could Throw Them’

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On Monday, Fox Nation’s “Sharon Osbourne: To Hell & Back” starring Sharon Osbourne, was ripe with Osbourne’s blunt honesty on the media bias and cancel culture. Osbourne took on CBS, CNN, and ABC networks throughout the interview.

The program covers her messy 2021 exit from CBS’ “The Talk,” as she describes Piers Morgan’s heavily criticized comments toward Oprah’s interview with Meghan Markle. “I honestly think that CBS, because the world loved the interview, and it was Piers Morgan who said, ‘Hold on here, there are 17 lies that’s been told – it’s one-sided,’’ as Piers called out Markle.

Osbourne continued by supporting Morgan and his journalism saying, “I didn’t agree with everything Piers said, but I still agreed he had the right to say whatever he wanted.”

Days after her support captured news attention she was subsequently canceled as a racist and taken off the show after 10 years. “I wouldn’t trust CBS as far as I could throw them,” Osbourne says now.

“I wanted to look into the camera and say ‘F–k you, f–k you, f–k you, f–k you, and CBS take that,” Osborne said flipping off the camera in the Fox Nation interview.

She claimed CBS branded her a racist saying “I had this anger within me for CBS. You’ve planted the seed, now I have to live with this. Cause once you plant the seed that someone’s a racist, whether you are or you aren’t, that lives with you.”

As Fox Nation outlined Don Lemon covered the ordeal on his primetime show and said he was “enraged” by Osbourne telling co-host Sheryl Underwood not to cry during a heated conversation. Lemon then brought on far-left former ESPN host Jemele Hill, who said “Osbourne had a full-on temper tantrum” while the duo lectured her on race. 

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“He turned against me. He never called for a quote. He never called for his statement, and he turned against me. And I was a big fan of his,” Osbourne said. 

In the interview, she was asked about “The View” and Osbourne explained that she watched the show a ton during her time at CBS’ “The Talk,” saying she enjoys Whoopi Goldberg and “loves” Sara Haines, but despises Joy Behar from a previous encounter.

“I met [Joy] once at a social function and she picked up my hand and looked at my wedding ring and said, ‘Oh, my God that’s gaudy,’” Osbourne continued, “I just think that she’s a bit cray-cray.”

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