G. McConway
May 12, 2023

Tucker Carlson Hits Fox News with Fraud Case

Well, we were waiting to see what Tucker Carlson would do to get out of his contract with Fox News, and now we know.

This week, Carlson accused Fox News of fraud.

Axios reported that due to Tucker’s communications being revealed and that being at the center of Fox News sidelining him, they are in violation of his contract.

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This is all for the purpose of Fox News letting Tucker out of his contract…  make no mistake about that. And I would suspect that this may only be the first bomb that he lobs.

If he is not able to get out of it with this, he surely has more bullets ready to go.

The report stated that as part of the settlement that Fox News made with Dominion, they sideline Carlson, reported The Blaze. Of course, Fox News denies this, but we will have to see how far they are willing to take it.

Carlson has already hinted that he has no interest in working for another network, so that may come into play in what Fox News decides to do.

This week, Tucker announced on Twitter that he will be using that for his new show when he decides to launch, and he sounded pretty confident that would be happening pretty soon, so I have to think something is in the works with Fox News.

It would be a pretty bold move on Carlson’s part, as it was rumored that Fox News was willing to pay him $20 million per year over the next two years (through the 2024 election cycle) just to stay off the air.

I have no idea how he plans to make that much on Twitter, but if he does, he is going to open up the floodgates for other content creators in this sector of the news.

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