In a shocking turn of events, Fox News announced on Monday that it had fired its top-rated host, Tucker Carlson. Fans of the conservative pundit were left in disbelief as the network decided to part ways with one of its biggest stars.
The news has sparked outrage among passionate Republican voters who have long supported Carlson and his hardline conservative views.
Mediaite has published a report titled “Who Will Replace Tucker Carlson at Fox News? Here Are Mediaite’s Top Picks” where staff members compiled a list of potential hosts who could take over Carlson’s coveted 8 PM time slot. Fox News has stated that it will rotate hosts before making any final decisions on Carlson’s replacement.
Rumors are now swirling around who the network might choose to take over Carlson’s time slot. In the event that Fox News keeps the primetime hosts in their current time slots, there are a few names that have been suggested to take over Carlson’s show.
These include Greg Gutfeld, Tulsi Gabbard, Kayleigh McEnany, Brian Kilmeade, Pete Hegseth, and Jesse Watters.
Many Republican voters are saddened by the news of Carlson’s firing, and some are speculating about the reasons behind the decision. Some believe that the network is facing a slew of lawsuits related to the 2020 election and Carlson’s hardline conservative views may have contributed to the network’s legal troubles.
Others are speculating that the Murdoch family, which owns Fox News, is planning to sell the network and Carlson’s firing is part of a larger strategy.
Regardless of the reason for his firing, it is clear that Carlson’s departure from Fox News will leave a void in the conservative media landscape.
His fans will be eagerly awaiting news of his next move, and many are hoping that he will continue to fight for conservative values and principles.
Source conservative brief