Former White House adviser Sebastian Gorka is leaving Fox News to focus on his new radio show and Sinclair TV, he told The Hollywood Reporter on Sunday.
Gorka, who spent a portion of his speech at the Conservative Political Action Conference last week warning that Democrats seek to steal American’s hamburgers, began a new radio show called America First With Dr. Sebastian Gorka in January.
"I decided not to renew my contract since I have a new nationally syndicated radio show and a position with Sinclair TV which obviated a new arrangement with FNC,” he told The Hollywood Reporter in an email.
"I’m still supporting Sean Hannity and other Fox shows as a free agent as my new schedule permits," he added.
On Thursday during his CPAC appearance, Gorka said Democrats essentially are communists in disguise and looking to “take away your hamburgers.”
Along with other mischaracterizations of the Green New Deal put forth by Democratic progressives, Gorka said the hamburger stealing represents “what Stalin dreamt about but never achieved."
Prior to joining Fox News as a national security strategist in November 2017, Gorka served as deputy assistant to President Donald Trump until August of that same year.