The relationship between Tucker Carlson and Fox News continues to sour…
The network has issued a cease and desist letter to Tucker Carlson after the conservative pundit published the first two episodes of his new Twitter show.
Carlson remains under contract with Fox News despite being unceremoniously fired by the network in April days after Fox agreed to a historic settlement with Dominion Voting Systems. (RELATED: Fox News, Dominion Voting Systems Speak Out Over Tucker Carlson Exit)
In a Twitter thread posted Monday, Harmeet Dhillon, one of Carlson’s attorneys who regularly appeared on his show while he was still on Fox, accused the network of attempting to muzzle its former prime-time star.
“What you are seeing on Fox today is a censored version of the news,” Dhillon said. “Keep that in mind as you make your viewing and your commenting choices.”
Since leaving Fox News, Carlson has launched a new web series on Twitter Spaces. However, the network’s latest move may jeopardize the future of Carlson’s venture.
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