Tucker Carlson launches a new version of Fox News on Twitter

    After a sudden and unexpected exit from Fox News, Tucker Carlson He revealed his plan to move forward. Taking to Twitter, Carlson shared a video of himself at home addressing the Fox News launch along with what he does next. In the video, Carlson says how people should not trust the news they see in newspapers and on television, arguing that much of what is said is a “lie”. With that said, the former TV host revealed his plan to level the playing field by continuing to offer his own view of current events, and he’ll do so on Twitter going forward, with the social media app now serving as Carlson’s new platform.

    “The best you can hope for in the news business is the freedom to tell the whole truth you can get,” Carlson says in the video. “But there are always limits, and know that if you run into those limits often enough, you will get fired for them. It’s not guesswork – it’s foolproof. Everybody who works in English-language media understands that.”

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    Carlson then describes how the “what you can’t say rule” has almost taken over the media, preventing us from having a “free society” when people are not at liberty to say what they think is right. He then pointed to Twitter as one of the last remaining platforms where people can truly express their opinions, however, Carlson says this is where he will reveal his thoughts on matters moving forward.

    “Surprisingly, as of tonight, there are not many platforms left that allow freedom of expression,” he says. “The last big one left in the world, the only one, is Twitter, which is where we are now. Twitter has long served as a place where our national conversation embraces and develops. Twitter is not a partisan site. Everyone is allowed here, and we think that’s a good thing.”

    He adds, “Starting soon, we’ll be doing a new version of the show we’ve been doing for the last six and a half years on Twitter. We’ll be doing some other stuff too that we’ll tell you about. But for now we’re just grateful to be here. Freedom of expression is the main right you have.” Without it, you wouldn’t have others.”

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    Tucker Carlson turns to Twitter

    For now, we’ll have to wait for additional details to find out what Carlson has in mind about his move from Fox News to Twitter. At this time, Twitter owner Elon Musk hasn’t made some sort of official deal with Carlson, though he still encourages him to use the social media service. Musk also wants to see left-wingers part of the discussion, too.

    “I also want to make it clear that we have never signed a deal of any kind. Tucker is subject to the same rules and rewards for all creators,” Musk says in part in a tweet posted in response to Carlson.

    There’s no word yet on when Carlson’s show will premiere on Twitter. Carlson offers email updates that you can get by registering at

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