On April 24th, Tucker Carlson received the news that his contract wasn’t renewed. Does it surprise anyone? For those who have been canceled or silenced after talking about things that make snowflakes squirm, it is far from one.
Yet, everyone who continues to buy the hype and lies from the mainstream or “lamestream” media, they have been waiting for him to be hit by the cancel culture. How? How did someone with millions of followers who ultimately kept Fox News floating after all these years just suddenly be told that he is not wanted anymore?
It goes without saying that it is a difficult question to answer. What we can surmise is that Carlson used the platform, to tell the truth that his colleagues in the liberal media haven’t done through most of their broadcasting career. He was loved by many while despised by others, especially NY congresswoman Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez.
In his final week, Carlson said things that many who are labeled as conspiracy theorists knew regarding the current events for the last few years. He even slammed Big Pharma who wanted to profit off people taking a controversial vaccine. Not just one or two doses but a booster every six months.
Sadly, some have lost their lives from unknown causes while the media refuse to report the actual cause of death. His last broadcast could be a good indication as to why Fox knew that he had to let go. He even stood up for his recent guest, Robert F Kennedy Jr, who is contending for the 2024 Democratic nomination to unseat incumbent Joe Biden.
On top of his final primetime broadcastings for last week, Carlson even made an appearance during the Heritage Foundation’s 50th Birthday Gala. He spoke very passionately about telling the truth. His speech really shows that he is the voice of reason that journalism needs. He even received many cheers for calling out the cancel culture.
What Can We Learn from Tucker?
Tucker showed us that he wasn’t afraid to speak the truth. He even knew deep down that he was a journalist who must report the facts. He shared it with unwavering courage and boldness.
Tucker showed us that we too must be willing to make sacrifices for the truth. Everyone must share it and not cave to those who want us to follow the crowd. He even pointed out that following the crowd makes us lose ourselves.
Tucker stood out while his colleagues blended in this bubble that he popped.
As Christ reminds us in the Gospel of John, “And you will know the truth and the truth will set you free.”