Tucker Carlson’s Monologue the Day He Was Let Go Related to Jan 6 Investigations, Ray Epps

Frequent guest on Tucker Carlson’s show, Chadwick Moore, claimed Carlson’s planned monologue the day he was let go from Fox News was related to “investigations around January 6 and particularly Ray Epps.”

The statement was made as part of a promotional video for Moore’s new book, a biography of Carlson.

Moore also said, “It has now been reported that his firing was a condition demanded by Dominion as part of the settlement with Fox. Although Dominion has denied this, my sources have intimate knowledge of the situation and they have assured me, even before this news leaked, that that is, in fact, the truth.”

“If that is true it would mean that a small group of people who have a controlling interest in Dominion have managed to silence what is arguably the most important and influential conservative voice in the country, possibly until after the next presidential election,” the announcement added.

Reporting from RedState:

In addition to Carlson’s claim regarding Dominion in the letter from his attorneys, Project Veritas released a video in which a producer for Hannity stated that Tucker’s firing was a demand by Dominion in the settlement. Still, it’s stunning that in addition to the massive financial hit Fox took in the settlement itself, which has reportedly already led to the network dismantling its investigative unit, network brass would be okay with axing the man whose show pays a lot of the bills over there. Executives had to have known what a massive blow getting rid of Tucker would be to their bottom line, and if they didn’t, well, they’re in the wrong line of work.