People dream of slamming their bosses on live TV, but few have the chance.

Brian Stelter, presenter of CNN's Credible Sources, signed off with a speech that appeared to take potshots at the network's new management and their goal to make CNN more politically neutral.

 Stelter's resignation coincided with the discontinuation of CNN's 30-year-old Reliable Sources.

 Reliable Sources was canceled and Stelter was fired 4 months following Chris Licht was named CEO

CNN is apparently monitoring its anchors to ensure they "adopt a less political tone and strategy"

 "No one at CNN management has vetted my screenplay," Stelter claimed before Sunday's final edition.

Licht told CNN personnel last week that the network was undergoing "major change"

 John Malone told NBC news last year that he wants CNN to return to its original journalism.

Malone is president of Liberty Media, a big shareholder in Warner Bros. Discovery's Discovery, which owns CNN.