Sunday, November 29, 2020

Malcolm Gets New Show after Firing from Guardian Radio

Veteran journalist and radio host Michelle Malcolm landed a new gig after her firing from the Guardian Radio.

Malcolm announced in a social media post that she was given an opportunity to “take my show global.”

Malcolm hosted The Paradigm.

What did Michelle Malcolm say?

Malcolm recently appeared on a show, Africa and the African Diaspora: They Shall Know the Truth and the Truth Shall Set Them Free, hosted by Dr. Melida Barrows, known as the universal peace ambassador for Panama.

Malcolm said she was contacted by Barrows to be a part of the Global Chamber of Commerce while creating a global podcast.

She said a few days after The Paradigm was cancelled, Barrows called her about the opportunity. Malcolm recalled the phone call by Barrows.

“I said ‘OMG. Is this woman for real?’ This woman has no idea what transition I’m going through right now.  I have been quiet and people have been reaching out to me, ‘Michelle what happened? Are you ok?’

“I’ve just been quiet. This is the first time I have spoken publicly on this. When God is on your side, no matter what man tries to do to you, there is purpose. Even in their foolishness, there is purpose.”

While encouraging listeners, Malcolm said, “I am connected to my source, I don’t care what they do. Take your lil show. Because God has bigger and better on the way.”

Malcolm reminded viewers that change is not “something bad.” She said, “The trial is your transportation…Slow down. Breathe. Listen to the voice of the Almighty. That thing was orchestrated to take you to the next level.”

Malcolm said she is looking forward to working with Barrows.

What happened that caused Michelle Malcolm’s firing?

Activist Lincoln Bain appeared on her show to discuss a relative of former Cabinet Minister Brent Symonette, alleged aragonite mining in Andros. Bain claimed to have documents alleging improper dealings in Andros by Cameron Symonette.
Malcolm and Bain were later accused of making defamatory statements about the Symonettes, and faced a possible lawsuit after a “high-level meeting with the complainants and the station’s owners.”
Malcolm denied making defamatory statements.
Malcolm said the following morning, she received a call saying that a decision had been made to play a repeat show for that day. And, she was later informed that a decision had been made to “drop the hammer” on her. An e-mail was subsequently sent informing her that the show was cancelled with “immediate effect.”

 

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