Ever since being ousted by Fox News, Tucker has been eerily quiet. He was just winding up to strike back.
And this Tucker Carlson bombshell left RINO Republicans on life support.
By now, every conservative has heard that Fox News is cleaning house of some of its most notable personalities.
Dan Bongino, a former secret service agent an NYC cop split with the network.
Then, the big news came, Tucker Carlson was fired from the network abruptly and immediately.
Many speculated whether the split was amicable or targeted.
And it’s come out that it was obviously an attack on Tucker and his refusal to submit to any agenda that waters down his beliefs.
Now he’s striking back.
Tucker Carlson is allegedly considering holding a Republican primary forum.
Carlson’s sudden exit from the organization has the media speculating what he will do next.
According to the Washington Post, Carlson is interested in holding a discussion for GOP contenders in 2024, according to sources familiar with his thinking.
The report says Carlson has even talked about the idea with former President Trump, who has said he might not show up to one or both of the first Republican debates this summer.
Fox News, Carlson’s previous network, will host the first GOP debate.
Carlson’s contract with Fox News is said to last through the end of 2024, which may limit his capacity to dabble in other projects until then.
However, the Post said, citing a source close to Carlson, that the cable personality would be willing to part with millions of dollars owed to him by the firm in order to start a new job sooner.
According to the report, Carlson has been approached by numerous smaller right-wing media sites.
Carlson’s resignation from Fox News came just days after the network reached a $787.5 million settlement with Dominion Voting Systems for its coverage of the 2020 election and Trump’s accusations that the election was stolen.
Unconfirmed sources stated Carlson’s private comments criticizing the network and its leadership led to his departure in the days following the split.
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