Days Before Being Fired, Tucker Exposed WEF Efforts To Force People To Eat Bugs

Days Before Being Fired, Tucker Exposed WEF Efforts To Force People To Eat Bugs

FOX News chief Rupert Murdoch is a regular Davos attendee, appearing practically every year.

Steve Watson

Summit News

Just days before he was fired from Fox News, Tucker Carlson put out an exposé on the efforts of Klaus Schwab’s World Economic Forum to change the diets of people worldwide by pushing bug eating.

Carlson has been fired apparently for being the most successful and popular anchor on any network. So, in order to understand why, it makes sense to look at exactly who Tucker wasn’t popular with.

Here is one of his last Fox programs to air:

Carlson was heavily promoting the special in the past few days:

According to reports, Rupert Murdoch personally took the decision to fire Carlson.

Rupert Murdoch is a regular Davos attendee, appearing practically every year.


As we highlighted earlier, in one of his last broadcasts, Carlson spoke out against news networks, including Fox who “took hundreds of millions of dollars from Big Pharma companies and then they shilled for their sketchy products on the air.”

RFK Jr. Says Fox Fired Tucker Carlson For Calling Out Big Pharma Advertisers’ “Deadly” Vaccines


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