Fox News has announced that it has terminated the contract of Tucker Carlson, the host of the show “Tucker Carlson Tonight,” due to his controversial and often inflammatory comments that have sparked criticism over the years.
However, Carlson wasted no time in securing a new position and has reportedly accepted the role of News Director at One America News Network (OAN), a far-right cable news channel that is known for its coverage of conspiracy theories and support for former President Donald Trump.
Carlson expressed his excitement about his new role, stating that he is thrilled to join a network that values fair and balanced reporting and that he is excited to help take their coverage to the next level.
The news of Carlson’s move has received mixed reactions from the media and the public. Some have praised him for standing up for his beliefs and finding a network that aligns with his views, while others are concerned about the impact his presence will have on OAN’s already questionable reputation.
Critics of Carlson are pointing out his track record on Fox News, where he has been criticized for his comments on immigration and his promotion of baseless conspiracy theories.
Some are questioning whether Carlson can bring the fair and balanced reporting that he claims to value to a network like OAN.
The media landscape is changing rapidly, and Carlson’s move to OAN is just the latest example of that.
With news organizations struggling to gain and maintain trust and credibility, it remains to be seen whether Carlson’s decision will be viewed as a step forward or backward for the industry as a whole.
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What you are calling misinformation, and conspiracy theories, I believe to be the facts which Tucker Carlson is sharing with the public. We have been gaslight far to long by the left media, as well as career establishment politicians.
2 more yrs before he can work for OAN or anyone else as part of his contract agreement with FOX he will receive pay for 2 more yrs
Tucker’s “…baseless conspiracy theories” aren’t baseless and they’re not conspiracies if they’re true.