A political website, “The Hill,” recently fired Briahna Joy Gray, a political commentator, following a controversial interview where she appeared to show disgust for a survivor of the Oct.7 attack by Hamas on Israel.

The interview featured Yarden Gonen, the sister of Romi Gonen, who Hamas kidnapped during the Oct.7 attack. Gray, a co-host of “The Hill’s Rising,” rolled her eyes and appeared annoyed during the interview with Gonen.

The incident occurred when Gonen expressed that she hoped Gray would believe Israeli women when they said that they were assaulted during the attack.

“I hope that you, specifically, will believe women when they say they got hurt,” Gonen said.

Gonen was cut off by Gray, who rolled her eyes and sighed, stating, “All right, thanks for joining. Stick around.”

Gray’s behavior was widely criticized online, with many viewing it as disrespectful and insensitive.

The Hill terminated Gray’s agreement, citing a provision of Section 5.3. of her contract.

“This is 30 days written notice that your consulting services agreement is being terminated pursuant to the provisions of Section 5.3. For Convenience,” the email reads. “Thank you for your contributions, and we wish you the best in your future endeavors.”

Gray posted the email screenshot on X, claiming that her firing was evidence of Hill’s pattern of suppressing speech.

“It finally happened. The Hill has fired me. There should be no doubt that @RisingTheHill has a clear pattern of suppressing speech,” she wrote.

Gray, who is also the former press secretary for Sen. Bernie Sanders (VT), has a history of making offensive and sensitive comments. At a recent debate, the former host expressed support for Hamas, downplaying the terror group’s intentions of killing Jews. Gray claimed that the terrorist group only seeks to establish a state like the U.S. and has no interest in killing the Jews.

“When Hamas is talking about eliminating Israel, it’s not talking about killing all the Jews,” Gray said. “It’s about eliminating the idea of a Jewish state, ending a Jewish state, ending an ethno-national state, having a state or like what we have in the United States of America.”

When met with criticism from the audience, Gray responded by saying, “I hope someone drops a bomb on this entire building.”