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    Fox News Gets Rid of Any Last Reminder of Tucker in ‘Shockingly Callous’ Move

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    According to reports, Fox News has fired every remaining staff member associated with “Tucker Carlson Tonight” three months after the network abruptly dismissed the show’s former presenter.

    Former Fox News contributor Chadwick Moore first tweeted the news on Monday morning.

    Carlson’s biographer wrote, “EXCLUSIVE: Sources tell me that Fox News has just let go of the remaining members of Tucker Carlson’s former staff.”

    He concluded, “They want the nine remaining employees to continue working until mid-July.”

    The Daily Caller, which was co-founded by Carlson, reported later that the firings were confirmed and that it had also received comment from a former network employee.

    An ex-Fox News producer who spoke off-the-record to the news organization described the decision as “shockingly callous.”

    This person added, “Some of the fired producers worked for Fox for over a decade.”

    There was no given cause for the reported terminations.

    A week ago, it was reported that a former Carlson producer was responsible for a network chyron that referred to President Joe Biden as a “wannabe dictator.”

    For several moments on the network and as Biden spoke, the graphic stated, “WANNABE DICTATOR SPEAKS AT THE WHITE HOUSE AFTER HAVING HIS POLITICAL RIVAL ARRESTED.”

    Carlson, who was fired from Fox News on April 24 without explanation to his devoted audience, immediately made this chyron the focus of a Twitter broadcast:

    As Fox News issued a statement on the matter, the perpetrator was immediately fired.

    “The chyron was taken down immediately and was addressed,” the network said in a statement.

    The rumored Monday morning house cleansing at Fox News occurred on the same day that the network announced Jesse Watters would permanently replace Tucker Carlson at 8 p.m. ET.

    Laura Ingraham’s program will shift to 7 p.m. ET, while Sean Hannity’s program will remain at 9 p.m. ET.

    More on this story via The Western Journal:

    Greg Gutfeld’s eponymous late-night show will move from 11 p.m. to 10 p.m. CONTINUE READING…

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