Last month, Chuck Schumer publicly urged Rupert Murdoch to silence Tucker Carlson.
About a month ago, Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer, called for Rupert Murdoch to silence not only Tucker Carlson but also other hosts at Fox News.
“Order Tucker Carlson and other hosts on Fox News to stop spreading the Big Lie,” Schumer said.
A letter was sent by Schumer, along with Hakeem Jeffries the House Minority Leader, to Rupert Murdoch, demanding him to censor the hosts at Fox News.
“As noted in your deposition released yesterday, Tucker Carlson, Sean Hannity, Laura Ingraham, and other Fox News personalities knowingly, repeatedly, and dangerously endorsed and promoted the Big Lie that Donald Trump won the 2020 presidential election,” Schumer and Jeffries wrote in a letter to Ruper Murdoch.
“Though you have acknowledged your regret in allowing this grave propaganda to take place, your network hosts continue to promote, spew, and perpetuate elections conspiracy theories to this day,” the Democrats wrote.
Schumer and Jeffries demanded that Tucker Carlson and others participate in a Mao struggle session and issue a public apology for uttering words that they do not approve of.
“We demand that you direct Tucker Carlson and other hosts on your network to stop spreading false election narratives and admit on air that they were wrong to engage in such negligent behavior,” they wrote.
“We ask that you make sure Fox News ceases disseminating the Big Lie and other election conspiracy theories on your network,” they added.
Now, almost two months later, it has been reported that Tucker Carlson, the host at Fox News, has parted ways with the network.
On Monday morning, Fox News announced that Tucker Carlson had parted ways with the network, only a few days after settling a defamation case with Dominion Voting Systems.
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