A Detroit, Michigan radio host has been pulled from local airwaves for supporting GOP presidential nominee Donald Trump after the New York business mogul visited the area on the campaign trail.
Wayne Bradley, a black Trump supporter, took to Facebook to say that he was put on “hiatus” after Trump visited Detroit, saying he has “not been allowed back on the air since.”
“Essentially, I feel like it’s because of Donald Trump,” Bradley told The American Mirror in an exclusive interview. “I’ve never been allowed back in the studio.”
“I was never told of anything, other than it was a ‘hiatus,'” Wayne said.
When The American Mirror contacted the Detroit radio station, a representative said, “He’s no longer on the air,” after being asked about Bradley.
Asked why that was, the station representative told The American Mirror “I really don’t know. It was a business decision on the back-end.”
Wayne said the radio station has long known that he worked with the Republican Party, but said Trump’s visit to Detroit is what set off the network to pull him from the air.
Check out Bradley’s Facebook post here:
Bradley told commenters on the post that he was sent an email which notified him of the “hiatus” when Trump came to town.
But, he said the station did not give him a date of when he would be back on air, saying he hasn’t been on since Trump’s trip.
One commenter said, “Just called, the receptionist said they are getting a lot of calls on this.”
Another commenter said, “If you go on their facebook page, you will see that they want NO DISSENT and certainly not another point of view. They are biased and racist.”