Rick Sanchez posted a desperate plea to Twitter Tuesday: let me move on.
The former CNN anchor, who was fired after claiming on a radio station that Jon Stewart is a bigot and suggesting that the media is run by Jewish people, is gearing up for a second act after being off the air since October.
He Tweeted a desperate plea to the media Tuesday:
i tried to be real, to be honest, to be passionate. so wish i still could. so wish media wud look beyond 5 seonds of my life
Sanchez is scheduled to appear in a "public dialogue" with Rabbi Shmuley Boteach in New York next week.
"My career path was changed because of a misconstrued comment, which very few actually even bothered to listen to. I have spent the last few months concentrating on my family, but instantly jumped at the opportunity for a public dialogue with my friend, Rabbi Shmuley Boteach. I look forward to addressing any and all questions and concerns of the Jewish community," he said in an announcement about the event.
Sanchez also has a website, RickSanchezTV.com, in the works. WebNewser notes that the site "was registered on October 20, 2010 -- 20 days after Sanchez was fired from CNN."