In a surprise announcement from Fox News, conservative news anchor – and Rock Star – Tucker Carlson has left the building and parted ways with the media giant.
Ironically (or NOT) the news comes less than a week after FOX settled a defamation lawsuit with Dominion Voting Systems for $787.5 million… And days after the network cut ties with host Dan Bongino.
Maybe Fox got rid of Carlson because he:
- Opposed US proxy war in Ukraine
- Denounced CIA, FBI and DHS for its systemic lies and corruption
- Devoted himself to a pardon for Julian Assange
- Objected to regime change efforts in Cuba
Or Maybe it’s because Carlson was the highest rated cable news host in history. And they felt threatened by his devoted followers.
Or Maybe JUST MAYBE…part of the settlement with Dominion Voting Systems included kicking Carlson (and Bongino) to the curb as a behind-the-scenes-deal.
We can only speculate at this time.
But we’re willing to say that Fox is looking a lot more like CNN every day.
And this is what we’ve been saying about Fox News and all other Main stream Presstitutes for years.
Translation: They’re all bought-and-paid-for-shills.
After Tucker Left the Building…
So far, not a lot has been reported from the Carlson camp since he Left the Building.
Afterall, Tucker’s Rock Star status has been carrying Fox for years.
And when he released the January 6 videos, I said to myself “I’m surprised they still allow this guy on TV.”
So, it should be interesting to see if Carlson fans do to Fox-Light (pun intended) what Beer drinking fans have done to Anheuser Bush.
In another one of those “Oh, The Irony!” moments… Don Lemon was also let go from CNN.
However, getting rid of Tucker is like throwing Tom Brady – in his prime – off your team…while getting rid of Don Lemon is like firing the water girl.
The bad news is how this portends that conservative voices are being hunted before the 2024 election.
And this reminds me of what another Rock Star (Frank Zappa) said about “where they pull down the curtain and show you the brick wall at the back of the theatre.”
Or maybe Harry Truman said it best…