Tucker Carlson Furious At Fox News After They Betray Him

(RepublicanInformer.com)- A “source” has told CNN’s Brian Stelter and Oliver Darcy that Tucker Carlson is allegedly “furious” with Fox News executives for not “backing him up” over the discovery that the National Security Agency was monitoring his electronic communications.

Another mysterious “source familiar with the matter” allegedly told Stelter and Darcy that while Tucker has always been at odds with Fox executives he is “extra pissed” now.

Why would anyone believe CNN’s anonymous sources on whether or not Tucker Carlson is “extra pissed?”

Why would anyone believe Brian Stelter and Oliver Darcy at all?

The closest CNN comes to knowing what goes on at Fox is having Stelter and Darcy sit anger-watching hour after hour then complaining about what they saw.

Take their “sources” with an enormous grain of salt.

For his part, Tucker Carlson denied these “anonymous” claims, telling Stelter and Darcy via text message that he isn’t mad at anyone from Fox. “If I was,” Tucker texted “I’d say so.”

Instead, Tucker is mad at Brian Stelter “for lying relentlessly” – adding in his text, “what a loathsome person you are. Please print that.”

Stelter and Darcy are like high school nerds who try to sit near the popular kids table in the cafeteria so they can give the appearance that they are in the know. They’re not in the know.

After Axios published the information about Tucker that it clearly received via government leaks, a representative for Fox News told Axios that they support any of their hosts who pursue interviews or stories “free of government interference.”

The purpose of Stelter and Darcy’s CNN article is to sow division and doubt because that’s what those two loathsome nerds do.

Even after the Axios report hit, the American corporate media still pretends that there is no evidence supporting Tucker’s accusation against the NSA.

But Senator Rand Paul and House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy are taking Carlson’s claims seriously. Both have called for investigations into the matter.

The NSA’s carefully-worded denial doesn’t pass muster. The report in Axios lends more than enough credence to Tucker’s claim. And yet Brian Stelter and Oliver Darcy, like a couple of gossipy teenage girls, think you should know that Tucker is “extra pissed” at his bosses.

It’s laughable and silly. Just like Brian Stelter and Oliver Darcy.