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Exclusive: Fox News Executives Censor Tucker Carlson in Order to Protect Pfizer
it turns out, you can cuck the Tuck after all
The first line of Tucker Carlson’s monologue last night was, "How powerful exactly are the big pharmaceutical companies in this country?"
It turns out the answer is: powerful enough to censor Tucker Carlson, the #1 most watched show on cable news.
The censored story in question is this bombshell from Project Veritas that broke Wednesday evening, in which their hidden camera team captures a Pfizer executive named Jordan Walker — the Director of Research & Development Strategic Operations, just 3 rungs down from the CEO on their org chart — bragging about how Pfizer is conducting gain of function research on the Covid virus (he coyly refers to it not as “gain of function”, but “directed evolution”, wink wink).
This story was promptly censored by Google.
None of the cable news anchors at any network reported on it, not even at Fox.
Except for one, Tucker Carlson.
Here is the 16-minute long monologue, broken up into 2 parts:
When the episode was uploaded to Fox Nation this morning, however, the monologue was less than 4 minutes long. Fox Nation is Fox’s subscription video service that uploads every episode after it airs.
Fox Nation is paywalled, so you can’t check yourself, but here is a screenshot showing the first guest appearing at the 4:02 mark. In contrast, in the full monologue, this guest appears at the 16:00 minute mark.
Where did those missing 12 minutes go?
A couple of small twitter accounts noticed, but only garnered 1 or 2 likes.
These 12 minutes were edited out by Fox corporate executives who have greater editorial control over Fox Nation than they do Tucker’s Twitter account. Fox News executives are famously much more liberal than their viewers or anchors — for instance, during the pandemic, Fox headquarters quietly implemented its own version of a vaccine passport while its top personalities attacked them.
They have never surreptitiously cut the bulk of any Tucker monologues on Fox Nation before, as far as I can tell. I reached out to the Fox News media relations team to ask why they decided to cut those 12 minutes, and to ask if they had ever cut the bulk of a Tucker monologue before posting it on Fox Nation, but did not receive a response by the time I published this article.
There you have it: Fox News executives censored the biggest story of this month so that Pfizer wouldn’t be embarrassed. They don’t want you to know that Pfizer may be conducting gain of function research.
I wonder why?