Former state Sen. Scott Beason announces exit from Yellowhammer Radio

Yellowhammer Radio talk show host conservative former state Sen. Scott Beason announced on his Facebook page late Wednesday night he is leaving his daily radio show.
Beason leaving Yellowhammer Radio
Beason started his stint on the two-hour call-in show on WYDE-FM 101.1 in January 2016, taking over from previous host, the show’s creator and the founder of Yellowhammer News, Cliff Sims.
The longtime state legislator from the north Birmingham suburb of Gardendale did not say why he is leaving, simply saying he will “talk” again soon.

1 Comment

  1. *applause* Don’t blame him for leaving. Yellowhammer radio is toxic. It’s just like listening to improv radio or something. It’s like they pull fake news out of a hat and twist truth to fit their agenda. In my opinion they are in far worse condition than everybody they complain and rant about all the time. Clearly they have emotionally unbalanced hosts.

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