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Tucker Starting New Show On Twitter Amid Fox Suit Against Him

Tucker Carlson by Gage Skidmore, from Surprise, AZ, USA, Creative Commons BY-SA 2.0

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It looks like the emboldened Tucker Carlson could care less that Fox News wants to gag him, legally. Non-compete clause or no, Tucker believes he has every right to continue his career with or without Fox News. Will he end up gagged or silenced by a court? Time will tell.

Considering the newest theories on “why” Tucker was canned, Tucker may have a good argument to make against Fox. In a video that O’Keefe Media Group (OMG) released recently, we can hear a Fox News insider talk about why Tucker was fired, how it relates to vaccine company sponsors, and that dealmaking behind the scenes during the Dominion settlement had less to do with Dominion and more to do with who holds the purse-strings at Fox, in a name, Pfizer.

Go here to see the story by O’Keefe at OMG.

“Brought to you by Pfizer” has been heard many a time on the now sinking news channel. Does this really surprise anyone? Actors, spokesmen, journalists, & politicians around the globe have been witnessed shilling for the trillion-dollar industry since the pandemic padded their pockets with lucrative government contracts. As it comes to Fox, just put two-and-two together and it makes tons of vaccine profit-sense that Fox will refuse to go against their sponsors. Nobody seems to even care that the vaccine hesitancy and side-effects seems to be growing as a major concern in the public eye by-the-day. And most social media (besides, maybe, Twitter) seem to be unsuccessfully trying to hold back a bigger and bigger groundswell of skeptical free speech that threatens to delegitimize them all in the public-eye as soon as the next non-establishment ruler gets into office.

What will Tucker and Fox say about all this, and will Tucker kick down the doors on Twitter the way the Twitter Files did only months ago? We will see.

I can’t wait.

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