Monday 24 April 2023


Henry Makow@hmakow

The LA Times almost hints it was a set-up ... a Jewish woman was transferred into Tucker's office, then filed an 'antisemitic bullying' lawsuit creating the firing pretext:

"Tucker Carlson’s exit is related to the discrimination lawsuit filed by Abby Grossberg, the producer fired by the network last month, the sources said ... 

Grossberg was moved off of 'Sunday Morning Futures With Maria Bartiromo' and onto 'Tucker Carlson Tonight', where she alleged she was bullied and subjected to antisemitic comments."

Tucker Carlson departs Fox News, pushed out by Rupert Murdoch

Tucker Carlson's last program was Friday, Fox News said. His ouster is probably related to a discrimination lawsuit filed by a former

Robert F. Kennedy Jr @RobertKennedyJr

Fox fires @TuckerCarlson five days after he crosses the red line by acknowledging that the TV networks pushed a deadly and ineffective vaccine to please their Pharma advertisers.

Carlson’s breathtakingly courageous April 19 monologue broke TV’s two biggest rules:

Tucker told the truth about how greedy Pharma advertisers controlled TV news content 

And he lambasted obsequious newscasters for promoting jabs they knew to be lethal and worthless.

For many years, Tucker has had the nation's biggest audience averaging 3.5 million — 10 times the size of CNN. Fox just demonstrated the terrifying power
of Big Pharma.

Tucker Carlson’s Exit Wipes Out $700 Million In Market Value For Fox
Fox Corporation sheds $930 million in market value after announcing Tucker Carlson is leaving the news network

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What we know so far about Tucker Carlson’s shocking Fox News departure

The details surrounding the end of Carlson’s reign at the network are murky

The Tucker Carlson show will move elsewhere

Alexandra Saviana

"It was Carlson’s comments about Fox management, as revealed in the Dominion case, that played a role in his departure from Fox, a person familiar with the company’s thinking told The Post."

Tucker Carlson is out at Fox News after Dominion lawsuit disclosures
Tucker Carlson had been the most-watched prime-time host on Fox News and a powerful force within the network

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Los Angeles Times:

“Tucker Carlson pushed out by Rupert Murdoch”

“People familiar with the situation who were not authorized to comment publicly said the decision to fire Carlson came straight from Fox Corp. Chairman Rupert Murdoch.”


At 25 April 2023 at 00:05 , Anonymous Anonymous said...

I have to say I quite like Tucker Carlson. The voice of common sense to many.

However, a big however, Carlson is reading an autocue arranged by a production team with an editor, executive producer and a studio full of people telling him what to say and think.

A highly polished presenter no less, likeable to boot and I will miss him (despite what I have just said). There are no 'lone voices' on TV no matter how likeable or believable.

The industry would not tolerate dissent and even a very popular presenter is reading his lines (nothing more nothing less).

Just another day in TV land.

At 25 April 2023 at 00:34 , Anonymous Anonymous said...

2,121,877 views Premiered Apr 20, 2023
Fox News host Tucker Carlson gives his take on Robert F. Kennedy Jr.'s censorship for his views on COVID and the Ukraine war on 'Tucker Carlson Tonight.'

Tucker Carlson: the Biggest Allegations From Recent Lawsuits

He hated (and feared) Trump

Many of Carlson’s messages disclosed during the Dominion case showed him to be highly critical of Trump’s claims of election fraud as well as the then-president himself. “I hate him passionately,” Carlson said in one message. But Carlson also expressed fear that Trump could “destroy” Fox News.

He used sexist, vulgar language to describe a Trump ally

During one of his broadcasts, Carlson famously challenged Trump ally Sidney Powell, one of the main purveyors of wild election-fraud claims, to provide proof to back her claims. His skepticism about her conspiracy theories was further evidenced in messages produced during the Dominion case.

But Grossberg’s suit cited a private message between Carlson and his executive producer, Justin Wells, in which the star described Powell using crude, sexist terms, including a vulgar reference to a part of a woman’s anatomy. Wells was also dismissed today, according to media reports.

Such comments weren’t unusual for Carlson’s staff

“Unprofessionalism reigned supreme” on the show, Grossberg said in her complaint. “The staff’s distaste and disdain for women infiltrated almost every workday decision.”

She says she also encountered religious bias

Grossberg, who is Jewish, claims her supervisor described another colleague to her as going to visit a “Jew bakery” and going “to see his people.”
She doesn’t accuse Carlson personally of any misconduct

Though her suit excoriates the work environment of his show, Grossberg doesn’t allege Carlson himself ever acted inappropriately towards her.

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At 25 April 2023 at 00:37 , Anonymous Anonymous said...

Discussion Clayton Morris former Fox News

Tucker Carlson: If I get fired for telling the truth then so be it | Redacted with Clayton Morris

At 25 April 2023 at 01:04 , Anonymous Anonymous said...

Who is Judge Lewis Kaplan? Man set to preside over Donald Trump rape case


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