I am shocked, that’s what I am, shocked!

Courtesy of Variety

Sarah Huckabee Sanders, one of the more controversial holders of the office of White House Press Secretary in recent memory, will join Fox News Channel as a contributor.

The former Trump administration advisor is expected to contribute commentary to Fox News Channel, Fox Business Network, Fox News Digital and the Fox Nation streaming service, the Fox Corporation unit announced Thursday.

She is expected to make her debut on “Fox & Friends” during one its next show with a live audience, on September 6.

Sanders is the latest Trump White House alumni to move over  to Fox.

Hope Hicks is now at Fox as a “senior public relations executive.”

Former White House Deputy Press Secretary Raj Shah is a senior vice president at the station.

And Sander’s predecessor Sean Spicer is a frequent contributor. 

The revolving door also goes the other way.

Former State Department spokeswoman Heather Nauret was a co-anchor of “Fox & Friends” before joining the Trump administration.

John Bolton, Trump’s National Security Advisor, was a longtime Fox News contributor.

White House director of strategic communications Mercedes Schlapp also served as a Fox analyst before joining the administration.

Housing and Urban Development Secretary Ben Carson also briefly served as a Fox Analyst.

And of course Junior’s new girlfriend, Kimberly Guilfoyle, was a former Fox News host as well.

Right now the relationship between the Trump White House and Fox News could not be more incestous if they were all sleeping naked in the same bed. 

Go ahead, I challenge you to try and get that image out of your head.