In his internal Fox News emails, Tucker Carlson appears to be completely terrified that Trump is going to destroy him.
Via page 32 of the Dominion Voter Systems file:
Fox hosts Tucker Carlson, Laura Ingraham and Sean Hannity immediately understood the threat facing them personally. We’ve been working hard to build what we have,” Carlson wrote to his producer Alex Pfeiffer on November 5. These enthusiasts are destroying our credibility. It pisses me off.”
He added that he spoke with Laura and Seanaminuteagoandtheyarehighly[شونقبلدقيقةوهمعاليا[Seanaminuteagoandtheyarehighly
annoyed. Carlson noted: At this point, we’re getting hurt no matter what. “It’s a tough needle to thread,” Pfeiffer replied, “but I really think a lot of us on our part are reckless demagogues now.” Of course they are, Tucker replied. We will not follow them.
He added: What[Trump is good at destroying things is]Trump’s goodatis destroying thingsHe’s the[يجيدترامببهتدميرالأشياءانه[Trump’sgoodatisdestroyingthingsHe’sthe
Undisputed world champion. It can easily destroy us if we play it wrong.
Tucker Carlson fell in line and pushed election lies he knew were untrue because he feared that if he didn’t play along, Trump would destroy him. Fox News has already seen its viewers flee to Newsmax and OAN after Fox News called Arizona for Biden in 2020.
If Carlson dared call the election fraud the Big Lie, he feared Donald Trump would destroy his show and perhaps even Fox News.
Trump’s survival in power as the leader of the Republican Party and the conservative media rests on the fear of being overtaken.
The next time Tucker Carlson tries to get serious about anything he’s cast as the strapped-down little guy who’s completely terrified of the failed former boss of a D-list reality TV star.
Jason is the Managing Editor. He is also the White House press reporter and congressional correspondent for PoliticusUSA. Jason holds a Bachelor’s degree in Political Science. His graduate work focused on public policy, with a specialization in social reform movements.
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