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4,845 views • April 29, 2023

[Trailer] ‘Fox News Tonight’ Loses Millions of Viewers After Tucker Carlson Exit | Facts Matter

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Tucker Carlson released a short video statement on Twitter. At 8 p.m. on the dot, when 1.5 million people were tuning into Fox News, Tucker Carlson released a video that, almost immediately, 40 million people watched. However, even in that video, Carlson didn’t address the multi-million dollar question—which is why he and Fox News suddenly parted ways, whether or not he was fired, or any of the reasons for his departure. However, having said that, there is a source that we can turn to for some inside knowledge about really happened. The Wall Street Journal recently published an article that gave a detailed accounting of what took place behind the scenes. And the reason that we can give more trust and credence to this particular story is because the Wall Street Journal is also owned by the same company as Fox News—meaning, they are both properties of Rupert Murdoch. According to this article, one of the factors that led to Carlson being fired was allegedly offensive language that he made toward women. Specifically, this had to do with what came to light when he was forced to turn over his text messages as part of the Dominion lawsuit. And while the specific words that he used were redacted by the time the text messages became public, apparently (at least according to the article) Carlson was keen on having the messages be made public in their entirety.
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