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Tucker Carlson Breaks Silence After Firing, Criticizes American Media in Twitter Rant

Former Fox News host Tucker Carlson recently took to Twitter to express his views on the US media and the suppression of important discussions. Following his departure from Fox News and a series of legal troubles, Carlson's online rant touched on televised debates, media censorship, and his belief in the existence of places where "Americans [are] saying true things."

Tucker Carlson's departure from Fox News came amid a range of legal challenges, including a defamation trial related to Dominion Voting Systems' lawsuit. Reports revealed Carlson insulting a senior executive at Fox News during the trial, which exposed numerous emails and texts portraying his disdain for colleagues and guests, as well as his passionate animosity towards former President Donald Trump.

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Additionally, a former producer named Abby Grossberg filed a lawsuit alleging a toxic and patriarchal work environment at Fox News, claiming routine undermining and verbal violations of women. While Carlson did not directly address these allegations or his firing, the unresolved lawsuit and misconduct claims have certainly tarnished his reputation.

In his Twitter video, Carlson criticized the American media for failing to engage in meaningful discussions on crucial issues. He condemned televised debates as "unbelievably stupid" and accused political parties and donors of suppressing debates on war, corporate power, and natural resources. While Carlson did not specify where these "true things" are being said, his cryptic reference suggested that such places still exist.

Despite the controversies surrounding him, Carlson's outspoken and polarizing segments have attracted a substantial viewership and caused headaches for his former network. Conservative channels such as Newsmax and One America News Network have shown interest in recruiting him, indicating that Carlson's media presence is far from over.

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