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You may have noticed that Tucker Carlson is gone.
Fox News has said that Tucker is on vaction, but other inside sources say otherwise.
According to these sources, Tucker Carlson was actually suspended by Fox News – the news network that has, in recent times, started taking questionable actions like suspending Judge Jeanine, hiring former DNC chair Donna Brazile, and releasing polls slammed by President Donald Trump as “fake polls.”
Why did Fox News reportedly suspend Tucker Carlson?
Apparently, it was because Tucker uttered the newest banned thought on air – that “white supremacy is a hoax.”
Yeah, if this is true, then apparently mainstream media – Fox News included – are now the thought police.
Here’s another doozy: previously mentioned former DNC chair and proud Democrat Donna Brazile is reportedly replacing Tucker Carlson while he is suspended!
Check out this great video by The Red Elephants Vincent James on the whole situation:
We already know CNN is going downhill, losing viewers, and revenue continuously.
How long will it be until Fox News joins the club, if they continue this trend of spiting their viewer base?
Here's what people are saying about the alleged Tucker Carlson suspension on Twitter:
One Twitter user pointed out that Tucker Carlson was missing from Fox News just after a co-contributor to the network spoke out against him:
Cristina Corbin had tweeted this in response to Tucker Carlson's comments about American white supremacy being a hoax:
Raw Story had also said the following about Corbin's reply to Tucker Carlson:
Aside from blowback from advertisers and critics across social media, Carlson’s comments are receiving pushback from within his own network. In a tweet posted this Friday, a reporter for Fox News took a moment to point out that white supremacy is indeed “real.”
White supremacy is real, as evidenced by fact. Claims that it is a "hoax" do not represent my views.
— Cristina Corbin (@CristinaCorbin) August 9, 2019
“White supremacy is real, as evidenced by fact,” Fox reporter Cristina Corbin tweeted. “Claims that it is a ‘hoax’ do not represent my views.”
As The Daily Beast points out, this isn’t the first time a lower-level Fox employee has called out a major figure at the network. This March, several Fox employees slammed host Jeanine Pirro for suggesting that progressive Minnesota congresswoman Ilhan Omar isn’t loyal to the Constitution because she wears a hijab. The fallout resulted in Pirro being suspended from the network for two weeks.
While Fox News hasn’t yet publicly commented on Carlson’s Tuesday comments, he announced this Wednesday that he’ll be on vacation until August 19. It’s yet not known if his absence is related to the fallout over his words.
Do you think the reports are true?
Was Tucker Carlson suspended by Fox News?
If so, what's your reaction?
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