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Former “Bachelor” host Chris Harrison gave personal details of what it was like being a victim of left-wing cancel culture following end of nearly two-decade long career hosting the long running television show.

Harrison was kicked off the program in 2021 after woke leftists went after him for defending contestant Rachael Kirkconnell who attended an antebellum South-themed party in college.

The host asked for the contestant to receive some grace and said in an interview at the time that “is it a good look in 2018? Or is it not a good look in 2021? Because there’s a big difference.”

Following the interview that got him cancelled, Harrison explained to “Good Morning America” co-host Michael Strahan that “I am an imperfect man, I made a mistake and I own that. I believe that mistake doesn’t reflect who I am or what I stand for. I am committed to progress, not just for myself, also for the franchise.”

That mistake, however, cost him his job. At the time of his ousting, Harrison took to Instagram: “I’m so grateful to Bachelor Nation for all of the memories we’ve made together. While my two-decade journey is wrapping up, the friendships I’ve made will last a lifetime,” according to NBC News.

Despite Harrison’s cheery outlook publicly, internally everything wasn’t so optimistic, as reported by Breitbart.

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“I was sick to my stomach. I lost 20 pounds. I didn’t sleep. I didn’t eat. I was scared to death, not of my job but of my family – my fianceé… I worried about my kids…” Harrison said in his new podcast titled The Most Dramatic Podcast Ever with Chris Harrison. “I’m a bit of an empath, and I am very loyal to a fault, and I am a team player.”


“I had no problem putting out that first apology,” the former Bachelor host explained. “But there was just so much noise at the time, it just didn’t matter. Apologies didn’t matter.”

“Even after that apology, we were still at ground zero,” Harrison continued. “It was confusing and it was scary.”

Harrison then went on to explain that he was attempting to make a separate point during the interview, but that it came across wrong.

“When this happened… while I was sick to my stomach… I felt so disappointed that the interview went that way,” he said, adding, “it was on me because I controlled what I had to say. And while the point I was trying to get across I stand by, the way I did it was messy and disappointing… it’s just not me.”

“One point I was trying to make in the infamous interview and did not make eloquently, is people need time to think and to process,” he explained. “I wanted to step away. I wanted to think and learn… change… go through everything I went through personally before I had this talk.”

The progressives who drive cancel culture never realize the consequences that come with ruining someone’s career. Harrison, despite admitting he made a mistake, was forced out of a nearly two-decade long run thanks to the outcry of a few loud, woke voices.

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