Fox News Threatens Tucker Carlson After Twitter Debut

Previously: Tucker Carlson Debuts on Twitter – 10-Minute Monologue, Aliens Real – Whatever

I no longer support Tucker Carlson and his weird gay sex and space aliens agenda.

However, it is very obvious that the Jews do not want him to have any voice at all during the 2024 election cycle. I have to side with Tucker Carlson against the Jews, given that, as Saint Paul told us, the Jews are the enemies of all mankind.


Fox News Wednesday notified Tucker Carlson‘s lawyers that the former prime-time anchor violated his contract with the network when he launched his own Twitter show on Tuesday, according to a copy of a letter obtained by Axios.

A breach of contract claim sets Fox News up to explore potential legal action against Carlson, a move that would intensify the already thorny public battle between the two parties.

Carlson’s lawyers told Axios that any legal action by Fox would violate his First Amendment rights.

That’s not the way a contract works, actually.

“Fox defends its very existence on freedom of speech grounds. Now they want to take Tucker Carlson’s right to speak freely away from him because he took to social media to share his thoughts on current events,” said Carlson’s lawyer, Bryan Freedman, in a statement to Axios.

Carlson was ousted from Fox News in April following a record $787 million defamation settlement with Dominion Voting Systems, which sued the network for making false claims about the company.

Carlson, Axios reported, has since accused Fox of fraud and has argued that Fox breached his contract when its senior executives reneged on promises made to Carlson “intentionally and with reckless disregard for the truth.”

Carlson’s lawyers also argued Fox broke its promise to Carlson not to settle with Dominion Voting Systems “in a way which would indicate wrongdoing” on the part of the former host.

Also, promises are not a contract.

Axios previously reported that Carlson was told by a member of the Fox board that he was taken off the air as part of the Dominion settlement, two sources briefed on the conversation told Axios.

Shortly after Carlson posted the first episode of his new show on Twitter Tuesday evening, Fox News general counsel Bernard Gugar sent a letter to Carlson’s lawyers saying Carlson “is in breach” of his contract agreement.

“In connection with such breach and pursuant to the Agreement, Fox expressly reserves all rights and remedies which are available to it at law or equity.”

The letter refers to Carlson’s contract, which was originally signed on November 8, 2019 and amended on February 16, 2021.

“This evening we were made aware of Mr. Tucker Carlson’s appearance on Twitter in a video that lasted over 10 minutes,” the letter read.

“Pursuant to the terms of the Agreement, Mr. Carlson’s ‘services shall be completely exclusive to Fox,'” it continues, quoting Carlson’s contract.

It adds that Carlson’s contract says he is “prohibited from rendering services of any type whatsoever, whether ‘over the internet via streaming or similar distribution, or other digital distribution whether now known or hereafter devised.'”

The Carlson argument is that Twitter is not a competitor to Fox News, as outlined in the specifics of the contract.

This is going to have to go to court. This sure looks like a breach of the spirit of the contract, given that Tucker has actually advertised that he’s going to be doing “the same thing” on Twitter.

If he was a moral person who isn’t just totally obsessed with money, he would just surrender the money. He was getting something insane like $20 million a year, and it’s like “bro, you really need another $60 million?”

He’s supposed to be the populist, and yet he’s trying to figure out a way to get paid for work he’s not even doing. I mean, a contract is a contract. They have to pay him if he doesn’t do his show. If he does do his show on another network, they don’t have to pay him.

I’ve given up so much money (and so much else) fighting for what I believe that it actually makes me sick that this would be a dilemma for anyone who claims to be in the “truth telling” business.

This is really the problem. I think men should make money, and they should make a lot of money, but if you’re going to be involved in politics or religion, you have to give that up, and just accept that you’re not going to be rich, and simply take what you can get to make a modest living.

You can’t combine “get as much money as possible” with “tell the truth.” There is no reality in which those two things can exist side-by-side – certainly not in a society that is totally dominated by wealthy Jews.

If Tucker really believes in spreading his message about gay anal fisting and space aliens, he should surrender the money.

However, it’s hard to believe that someone who does not believe in God has that kind of prerogative.