Pat Sajak is branded a ‘MAGA Fascist’ after taking a grinning photo with GOP Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene after admitting he may leave Wheel of Fortune after 40 years

Longtime Wheel of Fortune host Pat Sajak is being branded a Nazi by the radical left after being pictured alongside two prominent conservatives – days after hinting he may soon retire from the famed program.

The undated photo, which was apparently captured earlier this month, shows the 75-year-old daytime TV stalwart flanked by the Georgia GOP Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene and Right Side Broadcasting Network (RSBN) reporter Bryan Glenn.

RSBN is known for promoting right-wing views, and Greene, among other things, has been criticized for similar conservative sentiments, being famously outspoken on issues relating to the second and first amendments, among other things.

Sajak, meanwhile – who splits his time at his homes in Maryland and Los Angeles – is a Republican, but is decidedly more moderate, being a self-professed skeptic of climate change and serving on the board of a conservative publishing company that released works from the likes of Rush Limbaugh and Anne Coulter.

Despite these divisive views, Sajak – who has presided over Wheel of Fortune for more than four decades and is an outspoken conservative – has remained largely apolitical, focusing on his hosting duties in his waning years.

However, once the aforementioned photo began circulating over the weekend, showing a grinning Sajak with Greene and the reporter at his side, a slew of triggered liberals emerged from the figurative woodwork to express their disdain toward the aging icon.

Eliciting a series of severe reactions such as accusations that Sajak is keeping company with Nazis and is a ‘MAGA fascist’, the photo has sparked an unmistakable furor, despite it showing no more than Sajak alongside two relatively famous fans.

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Sajak has yet to address the slew of claims stemming from the photo, which was shared by Patriot Takes, an anonymous social media account that professes to monitor and expose ‘right-wing extremism and other threats to democracy.’

The barrage of accusations – and at times, insults – came members of academia, the media, and even a former political candidate, with most pointing to Greene’s beliefs when branding Sajak an enemy of American democracy.

‘First Chuck Woolery. Now Pat Sajak. Are all game show hosts trash?’ Temple University Professor Marc Lamont Hill tweeted Sunday shortly after the photo surfaced, referring to Wheel of Fortune’s original host, who came under fire in 2020 for comments making light of the dangers of COVID-19.

Diana Gonzalez, the Director Of Media Relations at the University of Miami’s Miller School of Medicine, wrote that she won’t be watching ‘Wheel of Fortune’ anymore because of the photo.

She tweeted, ‘The company you keep is quite unfortunate @patsajak. (Sic) Will be changing the channel when you spin the wheel.’

Former US House of Representatives candidate Johnny Akzam, meanwhile, wrote that he was not surprised by the supposed revelation offered by the snapshot, claiming that the fact that the talk show host is a ‘raging conservatives’ is public knowledge.

‘This isn’t news. It’s well known Pat Sajak is a raving conservative. Watch the show, don’t watch the show, but he’s about to retire and y’all are late by over half my life,’ Akzam, an outspoken Democrat, wrote.

Filmmaker Jeremy Newberger, meanwhile, a Jewish filmmaker who has made movies in support of the Zionist Israel movement, slammed Greene – and subsequently, Sajak – as Nazis, writing, ‘It’s time to stop normalizing Nazi Trash.’

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Liberal fake news website Palmer Report – notorious for making unsubstantiated or false claims concerning topics such as Donald Trump and Russia – called for Sajak to ‘explain why he took a picture with Marjorie Taylor Greene.’

‘If she came up to him in a restaurant and asked for a picture and he was being polite, that’s one thing,’ a tweet from the org’s social media account read. ‘But if he actually supports the objectively evil Greene, he has to be fired,’ it went on to add.

With that said, none of the detractors explicitly stated their qualms with Greene, a self-professed ‘Christian nationalist’ who has been outspoken in her support of protecting Americans’ right to bear arms and against pandemic related lockdowns and restrictions – hence the Nazi comparisons.

Sajak, meanwhile, has made no secret of his somewhat conservative beliefs, being an open Republican and a believer in American – and family – values. He has two adult children, aged 27 and 31, and has been married to his wife Lesly Brown for more than 30 years.

Earlier this month, Sajak and longtime colleague Vanna White, 65, extended their hosting contract through 2024 – with Sajak saying earlier this week that it may be his last run.

Wheel of Fortune, a game in which blonde bombshell White turns letters after contestants spin a wheel and guess letters to words or phrases, airs weekdays at 7 pm ET.