Dear Friend of America's Survival,
For the second night in a row, Friday night, December 13, Tucker Carlson has been missing from his show. Strangely, tonight, guest host Brian Kilmeade simply said Tucker would be back "soon." But no mention of him being on vacation or on assignment. What's going on?
For many Americans, Tucker is the only reason to watch Fox News.
Speculation mounts that Fox News management is trying to control or tone down his hard-hitting editorial commentary, and that he is taking off in protest.
Socialist Rep. AOC has been attacking Carlson, calling him a "white supremacist sympathizer." This is because Tucker dares to cover the point of view of Americans who want to preserve traditional American values and our nation's heritage.
Meanwhile, expensive litigation continues over the alleged activities of other hosts.
From the lawsuit filed by Fox Nation personality Britt McHenry against Fox News and George Murdoch, also known as Tyrus:
Since its inception and continuing to today, Fox News has had a sexual harassment problem. Roger Ailes, arguably the most powerful man in American media during his 1996-2016 run as CEO of Fox News, set workplace precedent and spawned a hostile environment of rampant sexual harassment, sexual assault, overt misogyny, and retaliation among Fox News’ organizations. Mr. Ailes normalized the practice of senior male executives and anchors preying on subordinate female employees.
Fox News and Fox News host George Murdoch's attorney, Tom Clare, denied the allegations.
No such charges have ever been lodged against Tucker Carlson, a married father of four children. His interview with Chronicles magazine is an insight into his understanding of the effect of immigration on America. The magazine notes: If we are living through an “America First” moment following Donald Trump’s election as President, Carlson has emerged as one of its leading media voices. He has taken over Bill O’Reilly’s time slot on the country’s top cable news network and, according to Nielsen, held on to his predecessor’s ratings while offering a much smarter and more principled conservative populism.
This is true.
O'Reilly now appears on the little-watched Newsmax channel and appears in ads about getting rich quick.
For America's Survival,