A Fox News producer recently told an undercover journalist with OMG that Tucker Carlson was fired as part of the settlement with Dominion Voting Systems.
- Fox News producer Sean Langille claims Tucker Carlson was let go as part of the lawsuit settlement with Dominion Voting Systems, an undercover journalist with James O’Keefe’s new media group has discovered.
- “They gave them [Dominion] money. They say it wasn’t part of it. But we’re learning that Tucker getting fired was part of that,” Langille said.
- When the reporter asked, “Did Tucker leave, or did you guys part ways, or Tucker was ousted?” Langille claimed he was “ousted” after costing the network “a lot of money.”
- “Yeah, he was ousted. Well, he brought up things that cost the company a lot of money. That that was part of it. He was going to go after this whole thing about January 6 was… It was an inside job,” Langille continued.
FOX NEWS PRODUCER SEAN LANGILLE ON TUCKER CARLSON GETTING FIRED AT THE NETWORK:
“He went after this guy Ray Epps, he said he was an FBI agent on the inside, And basically encouraged it. He was going to go on the air and refute what that guy said on 60 Minutes. And the murdoch’s were like, not to happy about it,” Langille said.
- Last week, Carlson announced plans to bring a new version of his show to Twitter, while also taking a critical stance against the mainstream media.
- In a statement released on the social media platform, Carlson emphasized the importance of free speech and accused the news media of manipulation and withholding crucial information.
- He stressed the importance of free speech as a “fundamental prerequisite for democracy” and credited Twitter for being the last big platform that allows it.
- “Twitter has long served as the place where our national conversation incubates and develops. Twitter is not a partisan site. Everybody’s allowed here, and we think that’s a good thing,” Carlson said.
- The former Fox News host announced his intention to bring a new version of his show, which had been on the air for the past six and a half years, to Twitter.
- Carlson concluded his announcement with a strong message on the importance of free speech, saying, “Free speech is the main right that you have. Without it, you have no others. See you soon.”