Fox News No Longer Poisoned By Anti-Trump Phonies

Never-Trumpers are mad!

Tucker Carlson hosts the most popular cable news show in America. Every night millions of Americans tune in to hear his takes on Trump and the brilliant way in which he calls out the Left’s hypocrisy.

Liberal media constantly smears Tucker and his show as “white supremacist” or “conspiracy theory,” you know, common smears they use to attack most conservatives.

Now Tucker’s support for Donald Trump is beginning to effect his never-Trump colleagues.

Famous fake-conservatives Jonah Goldberg and Stephen Hayes quit as contributors for Fox News in protest of Tucker Carlson’s January 6 documentary suggesting that the Capitol Hill riot may have in part been sparked by the FBI.

In late October, as Carlson’s documentary hit the subscription service Fox Nation, Jonah Goldberg sent a text to Stephen Hayes wondering if he should quit the network.

“I’m tempted just to quit Fox over this.”

“I’m game,” Hayes replied. “Totally outrageous. It will lead to violence. Not sure how we can stay.”

Hayes and Goldberg said they stayed on as contributors with Fox News despite their never Trump stance in hopes that they could help “right the ship” after the Former President exited the White House.

The phony conservatives exposing themselves as spineless losers, hoped to inform Americans of the “right way” to be a Republican.

That mission failed endless with Tucker Carlson’s rise in popularity of his nightly program and the arrival of Patriot Purge, the documentary exploring the truth behind January 6.

Goldberg and Hayes recalled National Review founder William F. Buckley, who famously purged the John Birch Society from the right-wing as part of his mission to impose “seriousness on conservative arguments.”

Meanwhile, William Buckley remains in the dustbin of history. His version of aristocratic conservatism failed to gain any traction with the American people, and Buckley died off as a result.

To this day, no one reads his books or recalls any of his so-called achievements in the New Right movement of the 60s.

For his part, Tucker Carlson expressed no sorrow over the resignations of Goldberg and Hayes, even going so far as to tell the New York Times that “our viewers will be grateful.”

Tucker is the way forward for conservative media. It will take more men and women with his gall, his willingness to tell the truth about basic facts, if America ever wants to pull itself out of the propaganda nightmare we find ourselves in today.

Author: Asa McCue