Looks like Tucker doesn’t care much about that Cease-and-Desist letter from FoxNews, because he tipped his hand about a monologue would be doing in response to Trump’s indictment.
Tucker retweeted this:
The announcement of Episode 3 itself was all but guaranteed to generate anticipation. Especially now that the media has been about that ‘not for publication’ Cease-And-Desist letter.
Fox News has sent a cease-and-desist letter to Tucker Carlson as he ramps up a competing series on Twitter that drew a combined 169 million views for its first two episodes, Axios has learned.
“The cease-and-desist letter has “NOT FOR PUBLICATION” in bold at the top.”
Harmeet Dhillon, a lawyer who represents Carlson along with Bryan Freedman, said in a statement to Axios: “Fox News continues to ignore the interests of its viewers, not to mention its shareholder obligations.”
“Doubling down on the most catastrophic programming decision in the history of the cable news industry, Fox is now demanding that Tucker Carlson be silent until after the 2024 election,” the statement continued.
“Tucker will not be silenced by anyone … He is a singularly important voice on matters of public interest in our country, and will remain so.” –Axios
But now that news is out that Tucker isn’t just doing Episode 3 tonight, but that it will be covering the hottest topic DC has seen in years — the indictment Donald J. Trump — viewership numbers were sure to be insane.
And that excitement may explain the interest we’ve been seeing in our ClashDaily original Tucker Carlson shirts.
Now that it has gone live, here is Tucker’s much-anticipated opinion about the Trump indictment everyone has been so focussed on:
Ep. 3 America's principles are at stake pic.twitter.com/eJNSUVvvqY
— Tucker Carlson (@TuckerCarlson) June 13, 2023
If that blistering monologue doesn’t show you why Fox News (where Paul Ryan sits as a board member) is desperate to see Tucker sit down and shut up until AFTER the 2024 election…
…then you probably aren’t paying attention.
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