Elijah Schaffer Fired by The Blaze for 'Violating Company Policies'

Conservative media personality Elijah Schaffer confirmed he was fired from BlazeTV, the right-wing media outlet on which the reporter hosted his "Slightly Offensive"

podcast. On September 20, Blaze Media announced on Twitter that Schaffer's contract had been terminated. "Following an investigation regarding a recent personnel

matter, Elijah Schaffer's employment with Blaze Media has been terminated for violating company policies and standards," the statement read. Following an investigation

regarding a recent personnel matter, Elijah Schaffer’s employment with Blaze Media has been terminated for violating company policies and standards.— BlazeTV (@BlazeTV)

September 20, 2022 The TV host and reporter later confirmed it on the social media app. "Guys it's true, it's been a long time coming, I am no longer an employee with The

Blaze. While I am grateful for my experience with them over the years, it's time for me to go back to being independent," he wrote on Twitter. Guys it’s true, it’s been a

long time coming, I am no longer an employee with The Blaze. While I am grateful for my experience with them over the years, it’s time for me to go back to being independent.

(1/2) https://t.co/q4X6Cw4UzK— ELIJAH SCHAFFER (@ElijahSchaffer) September 20, 2022 Neither Schaffer nor BlazeTV explained exactly why the host was fired, and Newsweek has

contacted both for comment. "I am unable to go into details, but I assure you my commitment to the cause is unwavering & I will not stop fighting for you," Schaffer

wrote on Twitter. "I am thankful for everyone, especially the SOBs, who have supported me along the way and I can't wait to show you what's next."