Due to the way he emphasized the value of prayer (and his assertion that evil spirits, rather than poor politicians, are currently plaguing America), Tucker Carlson might have been dismissed from Fox News.
Carlson’s Opinions Got Him Fired
Carlson underlined in his keynote address Friday at the Heritage Foundation’s 50th-anniversary banquet in Maryland that the old political dichotomy does not adequately explain the divide currently plaguing America.
The 53-year-old asserted it is better viewed in religious or spiritual terms as a conflict between good and evil.
According to an anonymous source informed on Fox Corporation CEO Rupert Murdoch’s choices, Carlson was fired primarily because of the address and because of its overtly religious content, according to Vanity Fair.
According to an insider, Rupert gets very upset by things like this. He dislikes the constant spiritual discourse.
Tucker Carlson’s speech over the weekend was powerful. Too powerful apparently. pic.twitter.com/sxncP26Tda
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The DEI and ESG campaigns carried big business and the healthcare oppression that has taken over the country along with COVID-19, according to Carlson, whose reporting career began at the Heritage Foundation.
He revealed not only cowardice, but also the power of the collective instinct, he advised an audience of about 2,000 people.
Rupert Murdoch is part of a "liberal family that's trying to make a name for themselves" by letting go of Tucker Carlson, says Alabama Sen. Tommy Tuberville. Read more: https://t.co/ecbmGhyfuP pic.twitter.com/qDTmIH1mKv
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The departed Fox News presenter used the illogical speech rules of the LGBT community and the attempts of many to bend to meet them as a case of herd instinct taking precedence over logical and independent thought.
Americans Are Now Seeing Sense
However, many Americans, according to Tucker Carlson, have overcome this inclination.
Carlson stated that it was impossible to foresee who was going to rise up during COVID and in the midst of other previous “herd” incidents, but surely enough, people with different makes-ups and political viewpoints eventually did.
Carlson asserted that the defiant typically found themselves assembling and fighting numerous realities when they actually stood up to protect one truth.This article appeared in Conservative Cardinal and has been published here with permission.