Tucker Carlson is not just the most popular media personality in the world right now. He’s also the most feared. That’s why Fox News is trying to keep him from speaking out until 2025—well after the 2024 presidential election. Fortunately, it looks like Tucker is going to battle it out with the network that unjustly fired him.
You probably know by now that he launched the first episode of “Tucker on Twitter” a few days ago. That was obviously a trial run to test equipment and see whether Twitter’s servers would be able to handle having someone who is actually popular on Twitter.
And it was good. Tucker delivered a 10-minute monologue on Ukraine and a bunch of other subjects. The mainstream media, naturally, went into full meltdown mode over it. They fear Tucker like no one else in their industry, because he knows what frauds and liars they all are—and he’s never afraid to say so out loud.
No one was hurt more by Tucker’s triumphant return than the potato himself—Brian Stelter, the former CNN eunuch whose show was rightly canceled earlier this year. Brian is very upset that Tucker is back and appears to be more popular than ever.
Here’s one of Stelter’s main antagonists on the internet, comedian Mark Dice. He has some great insights into Tucker’s return and why Brian is crying so much right now…