According to Chadwick Moore, the biographer of Tucker Carlson, he believes he understands why Fox News suspended the renowned host on April 24, and it seems that Carlson himself agrees with Moore’s assessment.
In a video released on Monday, Moore promoted his forthcoming biography titled “Tucker” and acknowledged that certain aspects of the coverage on the subject were indeed based on factual information.
Taking to Twitter, Moore revealed that he had dedicated a year to crafting the definitive biography of Tucker Carlson, relying on extensive research and conducting over 100 hours of interviews. However, there is urgent news that cannot wait until the book’s release on July 18—the actual reason behind Fox’s cancellation of Carlson’s show.
Moore began by stating that he had spent the previous year immersing himself in the world of Tucker Carlson, getting to know him, his family, and his staff. He even appeared as a frequent guest on the show, including its final broadcast on Friday, April 21.
“I’ve had the opportunity to know the real Tucker, not the exaggerated figure portrayed by his detractors,” commented Moore regarding his experience. “When Fox decided to remove Tucker from the airwaves, I was working closely with him.”
However, Moore revealed that he had also seen the monologue that Carlson had intended to deliver on Monday, April 24—an address that was scheduled to air only a few hours after Fox News announced the popular host’s departure.
Intriguingly, Moore disclosed, “That monologue touched upon various topics, including the investigations surrounding January 6th, particularly focusing on Ray Epps—the sole individual captured on video inciting violence at the Capitol that day, allegedly an FBI informant who has yet to face arrest or charges.”
According to Moore, numerous individuals were actively trying to silence Carlson, which he found ironic considering the subject matter of his intended speech. Moore claimed to have received confirmation from trustworthy sources, well before this information became public, that Carlson’s dismissal was a condition of the settlement between Dominion and Fox. Despite Dominion’s denials, the evidence I gathered from reliable sources indicates that this is indeed the case.
“If that is true,” Moore asserted, “it implies that a small group of individuals with a controlling stake in Dominion have succeeded in silencing arguably one of the most significant and influential conservative voices in the country, potentially until after the next presidential election.”
In response, Carlson replied to Moore’s statements with a wide-eyed emoji, suggesting his surprise or shock at the revelations.