Yesterday proved to be a day of mourning in MAGAt world after Fox ‘News’ announced it canceled its mega star, Tucker Carlson. So, what is next for the White Supremacist, conspiracy minded, purveyor of Fake News? Who knows–he’s toxic AF and it doesn’t look good on a resumé that all three, major cable news networks have canceled your ass. Plus, the show didn’t feature any top-tier advertisers because of Tucker’s frequent controversies. For the rest of the sane world who wants to stop the hate and division, cancelling Tucker was the best thing in the world.
According to The New York Times:
Mr. Carlson may have become too hot to handle:
- The Dominion lawsuit unearthed private comments by Carlson in which he often profanely disparaged colleagues, sources and, perhaps crucially, his bosses.
- A former producer is suing Fox News after accusing Carlson of overseeing a hostile and discriminatory work environment.
- And the Murdochs have reportedly grown tired of trying to corral a controversial host who proudly says he can’t be controlled.
In a Lawsuit, Tucker Carlson Is Accused of Promoting a Hostile Work Environment
Carlson’s former head of booking, Abby Grossberg, said that male producers regularly used vulgarities to describe women and frequently made antisemitic jokes.
Ms. Grossberg said in the lawsuit naming Mr. Carlson that male producers regularly used vulgarities to describe women and frequently made antisemitic jokes.
On her first day working for Mr. Carlson, Ms. Grossberg said she discovered the office was decorated with large pictures of House Speaker Nancy Pelosi wearing a plunging swimsuit. She said she was once called into the top producer’s office to be asked whether Ms. Bartiromo was having a sexual relationship with the House Republican leader, Kevin McCarthy.
Ms. Grossberg also said in her lawsuit that after she was coerced by Fox’s lawyers into providing a misleading deposition in a recent defamation case brought by Dominion Voting Systems and defending an offensive text from Mr. Carlson, his producers emailed the rest of the staff in recognition of “Abby Day” and suggested ordering a staff lunch to celebrate.