Watch: Tucker Carlson is the target of a shakedown, but by who?
Crowder closed out the week by exposing the shakedown of Tucker Carlson. Crowder set the scene by breaking down Tucker's comeback video from last night. Crowder explained what some of the things Carlson said in this video actually mean - notably, that Tucker hinted at censorship going on at places like Fox, and that he might be aware of some unflattering texts or emails of his that could leak soon. This is what leads to the "shakedown".
Crowder then got to some of the new information that has come to light, namely, the lawsuit against Tucker filed by his former booking producer. This lawsuit will likely lead to discovery and reveal texts, emails, etc. that will be taken out of context and used against him. Mainstream media is already reporting on "crude" text messages of his, as well as "vulgarities" he allegedly used to describe women and anti-semitic jokes.
Oh, and the booking producer suing him has actually never met him. Small detail.
The broad suing him appeared on MSNBC and said Tucker and his Executive Producer were responsible for "breaking" her and making her life "a living hell". Remember, never once met him.
Crowder pointed out how if Tucker had done something truly terrible, we would know about it. These vague descriptions of his alleged infractions hint that they don't actually have anything on him. Fox News also apparently has a "dossier" of dirt on Tucker that they are prepared to release if he goes after the network. Crowder pointed out that they are reporting this preemptively, so if Tucker tries to defend himself, they'll claim he attacked them first. And for years to come, these allegations against Tucker will be the first thing to come up in Google search results.
There was a lot more on this topic, as well as a segment on a new "queer" western film. So be sure to catch the whole show over on Rumble.
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