Ryan E.
July 16, 2023

Report: Fox News Quietly Begins 'Companywide Layoffs'

Fox News isn't making a big deal about it, but the network is reportedly beginning companywide layoffs.

The first victims are expected to be whoever remains from Tucker Carlson's former show.

Carlson biographer Chadwick Moore made the announcement that he was being let go on July 14, along with anyone else remaining from the former host's primetime show.

Moore apparently received an email saying, "security will assist you in exiting the lobby turnstiles since you will have returned your ID badge."

One Fox News producer called the email layoffs "Degrading!"

Moore also reported that former employees of Carlson weren't the only ones on the chopping block. Apparently, the company has begun companywide layoffs that are impacting people from many departments.

"Morale miserable across teams on both news and opinion," Moore claimed one producer said.

That same producer also apparently claimed that shows at the network are currently receiving "frantic, bipolar guidance almost daily on blacklisted and unblacklisted guests, including sitting members of the Senate."

We used to like Fox News because the network simply reported the news instead of playing politics like CNN and MSNBC.

It turns out that Fox News is just as bad as the other guys.

The only difference is that Fox News leans Republican, but wrong is still wrong.

Carlson left Fox News earlier this year after the cable news network settled a $787 MILLION lawsuit back in April.

It is speculated that part of the settlement terms with plaintiff Dominion Voting Systems was for Carlson to lose his job.

Tucker did so almost immediately.

Now it looks as though his remaining friends are suffering the same fate.

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