Tucker Carlson Releases New Twitter Video–Liberals Are Freaking Out Over His Plans

This week, Tucker Carlson shared a video on Twitter informing followers that an updated version of his program and “some additional things too” would return shortly and broadcast on Twitter.
 

Since Fox News unexpectedly removed Carlson off the air, saying that the two had mutually chosen to split ways, Carlson has been in discussions with the network for over two weeks now. According to a report, Carlson has a contract with Fox that runs until January 2025. His legal team submitted Fox a letter of demand alleging that Fox had broken the terms of the agreement.

The almost three-minute video is jam-packed with details that appear to shed light on Carlson’s time at Fox News, and the setting of the event raises the possibility that the Axios allegation that Carlson and Musk were in discussions regarding a new media platform was accurate.

Tucker remarked:

“You often hear individuals claim that the news is rife with fabrications, yet this isn’t always true. A large portion of what you read in the New York Times or watch on television is really factual in the strictest sense. It might survive a fact-check by the media. It would be acceptable to lawyers to sign off on it. They very well might have. That doesn’t, however, make it true. It is untrue.”

“At its most fundamental level, the news you absorb is a lie—the stealthiest, sneakiest form of fraud. Intentionally, the proportion and perspective were omitted, along with the relevant facts. You are being used as a tool.”

“How does it function? We’ll see. It is not technically a lie if I inform you that a guy has been wrongfully detained for armed robbery. He could have been set up. No trial has yet taken place, thus nobody can truly comment at this time. But am I truly informing you if I don’t add that the same individual has already been detained six times for the same offense? I’m not, no. I’m lying to you. And that is what the news media does, each and every day of the week, every single week of the year, in every story that counts.”

“What you are unable to say defines everything, according to the rule. It really is dirty and completely corrupt. A free society is impossible if individuals aren’t permitted to express what they believe to be true. The essential need for democracy is speech. Because of this, the first of our constitutional amendments established it.”

“Amazingly, there are not a lot of platforms remaining that permit free expression as of tonight. Twitter, where we are right now, is the only major player left in the entire world. Twitter has traditionally been the area where the national dialogue begins and grows. Twitter is a non-partisan platform. Everyone is welcome here, which is a positive thing in our opinion. The program we’ve been producing for the last six and a half years will soon be available on Twitter in a new format. We’ll let you know about the other items we’ll be delivering. But for the time being, we’re simply happy to be here. Your most important right is the freedom to free expression. You are without any others without it. We’ll talk soon.”

Author: Blake Ambrose

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