Here’s what was in Tucker Carlson’s show the night he was nixed from Fox

by Summer Lane

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According to Tucker Carlson’s biographer, Chadwick Moore, the content that was allegedly slated to be shared on “Tucker Carlson Tonight” the day that the popular Fox News host was axed from the network was aimed at elevating truth.

Moore, who says that he has spent the last year researching and writing a biography about Carlson titled “Tucker,” revealed in a video posted to Twitter that he knew what was in Tucker’s unaired monologue.

“I was working closely with Tucker when he was taken off the air by Fox,” he stated in the video. “And as some of you know, I was also a regular on his show, and I happened to be a guest on the final show, which was on April 21st. I’ve also seen the monologue that Tucker planned to deliver on Monday, April 24th.”

He continued, “That monologue dealt with, among other things, investigations around January 6th, and particularly Ray Epps – the only person captured on video inciting people to violence at the Capitol that day, and allegedly an FBI informant who still has not been arrested or charged.”

Tucker Carlson was infamously and suddenly nixed from Fox News in April, shocking millions of his fans. A few weeks following his departure from Fox, Carlson announced that he would be bringing a new version of his show to Twitter, as reported by RSBN.

“Ironically, a good part of the monologue also dealt with the people and forces that are trying to silence him, like AOC and others in government,” Moore continued. “It is now been reported that his firing was a condition demanded by Dominion as part of the settlement with Fox. Although Dominion has denied this, my sources have intimate knowledge of the situation, and they have assured me, even before this news leaked, that that IS, in fact, the truth.”

He noted that this would mean that a “small group of people” who have a controlling interest in Dominion “have managed to silence to what is arguably the most important and influential conservative voice in the country – possibly until after the next presidential election.”

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