Recently, Fox News cut away from a press conference held by Kayleigh McEnany during which evidenced claims of voter fraud were made and court cases being filed were cited.
Fox News anchor Neil Cavuto had already declared that he wouldn’t be able to expose whoever watches his show to that information in “good conscience.”
It seems that fellow anchor Tucker Carlson had had enough. He took a swipe at his own network for their behavior with an epic monologue in a largely unprecedented move.
Tucker was clearly referring to his own network by saying, “You can’t just cut away from the coverage you don’t like.” As he continues to explain, “You can’t simply tell people to accept an outcome because force doesn’t work in a democracy.”
“In a free society, you have to win them over with reason,” Carlson continued. “Democracy is always a voluntary arrangement. Telling voters to shut up is never enough.”
That’s not all. Tucker didn’t stop there; he proceeded to detail the voter fraud that allegedly happened, what’s been admitted, and why exposing audiences to that information is the right thing to do.
Tucker has done what far too many people on both sides won’t do — be honest. He admitted that we don’t know the full extent of the fraud. Was it actually enough to flip all these states in question?