Many theories have been put forward as to why Tucker Carlson, at the highest point of his cable television career, was fired from Fox News.
New information and speculations have surfaced over the last three weeks, many of which are connected to the network’s most recent agreement with Dominion.
Carlson’s friend and biographer Chadwick Moore claims that the day before Carlson was scheduled to discuss Ray Epps on Fox News, he was dismissed.
Moore explained this action in a Twitter video that, in less than an hour, received a million views.
Carlson’s cancellation was planned, as Moore outlined. Before he could reveal further January 6th falsehoods and, notably, cast more doubt on the whole Ray Epps affair, the network sought to quiet him.
By reacting to the two-minute video with the emoji for eyes, Carlson seemed to be confirming what Moore had said.
Moore said that Carlson was fired in connection to the settlement even though he wasn’t mentioned in the notorious Dominion case.
A Fox News producer is shown saying in hidden camera evidence that Carlson was fired from his prime time job as a result of the Dominion defamation case, according to the O’Keefe Media Group.
Simply said, Dominion needs Carlson gone because he was just obstructing the narrative around the 2020 election. Or, to put it another way, influential individuals in high positions wanted to silence Carlson.
However, a Rasmussen survey revealed that Carlson is more popular than Fox News itself, and most people who watch the Tucker Carlson nightly program agree that this decision has had, and will continue to have, a significant negative impact on the network.
Americans have seen that Fox News is trying to make up for its declining ratings after dismissing Tucker Carlson by examining “multiple scenarios” for its evening schedule.
According to the story, “Fox News is getting ready to announce an ambitious fresh schedule, a schedule where each hour of primetime would change.”
According to an insider, “It’s our boldest as well as the most fearless line-up ever.”
In contrast, the network’s tumbling ratings are evidence. Carlson is wanted by Americans.
Author: Steven Sinclaire
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