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 July 18, 2023

Author claims Fox News blacklisting pro-Tucker senators, network denies report

Chadwick Moore, the author of the book "Tucker," dropped a bombshell revelation last week claiming that Fox News, in its efforts to punish former primetime host Tucker Carlson, is reportedly refusing to book U.S. senators who have voice support for Carlson. 

The Western Journal noted on Tuesday that Fox News denied Moore's report, calling it "categorically false."

A tweet by the author last Friday sparked a firestorm of controversy regarding the network's alleged banning of pro-Carlson senators.

"EXCLUSIVE: Sources inside Fox have confirmed to me that Fox News has banned sitting members of the U.S. Senate from appearing on the network if that Senator has publicly defended @TuckerCarlson in the aftermath of his cancellation," Moore tweeted.

Gregg Re, a former producer for Carlson and Fox News employee, bolstered Moore's report by revealing that the network was especially targeting Sen. Tommy Tuberville (R-AB) for his support of Carlson.

"Senior source at Fox tells me: ‘Tuberville was targeted directly because his criticism was the harshest, and the first time since then that he got booked, senior staff was fired for allowing him back on air without clearing it with the murdochs,'" Re tweeted.

Carlson, who was cut by the network in April but kept on his contract, has been a thorn in the cable giant's side since his exit.

The entire network lineup has taken a massive, humiliating hit in the ratings since Carlson's departure. While Fox once routinely bested its cable news rivals in the ratings on a daily basis, that hasn't been the case in the wake of Carlson's exit.

Carlson's new show, which has been a ratings juggernaut on Twitter, was the launching point for what could be a new media company formed by Carlson and one of his former business partners.

The former Fox News ratings giant recently made headlines after interviewing the top GOP presidential candidates, with the exception of former President Donald Trump.

While Fox denied the report that they've blacklisted pro-Carlson lawmakers, they still continue to deal with an ongoing public relations nightmare.

Written By:
Ryan Ledendecker

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