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Tucker Carlson Reveals How Fox News Really Felt About Jan 6 Footage

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Tucker Carlson revealed that Fox News leadership strongly disagreed with his coverage of the Jan. 6 Capitol incursion, as he called it a “set-up” and a “lie.”

He also mentioned that Fox disagreed with him questioning the official narrative behind the Russia-Ukraine war.

“A bunch of people quit over that,” he noted. (Trending: Olympic Gold Medalist Sentenced For Jan 6)

“They were so outraged because I said it seems like there were probably a lot of feds in the crowd on Jan. 6.”

“Oh yeah, buttloads,” Roseanne Barr replied.

“And now it turns out, of course, there were way more than I even imagined,” Carlson added.

“The whole thing was a complete set-up. The whole thing was a lie, and it was used to put people in prison for expressing their constitutionally protected rights.”

Despite these disagreements, Carlson clarified that Fox was “very nice” to him.

“First of all, television is like that. People get fired,” he said.

“There are all kinds of lines that no one will explain explicitly.”

He now hosts his own news show on X, where he has interviewed a number of notable conservative figures.

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