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John B Wells hints he was fired over Fukushima shows

Former Coast to Coast AM Saturday host John B Wells now hosts a daily program called CARAVAN TO MIDNIGHT.  He did not leave Coast on his own volition.

While rumors have persisted as to why Wells was forced from his hosting duties, he is hinting that banter about Fukushima may be to blame.

Wells said during this program:
This Fukushima thing is for real people. Despite the objections from the staff and the ‘on highs’ at Coast to Coast AM, I mentioned Fukushima every chance I got. And before it was it over with, why even the captain began talking about Fukushima. Well, we’re just a little bit late. Fukushima was almost 3 years ago and it has not improved. I used to ask over and over again, why is the world not rushing to Fukushima? I’ll tell you why, because there’s nothing they can do about it and they know it. So what we’re going to have to do is play this ball where it lays. What we’re going to have to do is we’re going to have to shut down our nuclear power plants in this country.
Since wells has left his duties, the Saturday program has offered a steady stream of fill-in hosts. No one since Wells has spoken a word about radiation or Fukushima..

George Noory commented that the program was going to go 'in a different direction' when Wells left.

Not even Noory, who occasionally hosted a Fukushima program, hasn't spoken a word about it either...

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