(FeaturedNews.com) – Former Fox host Tucker Carlson shared his career regrets following his exit from the network on Monday.
On Monday, Fox announced that they would be parting ways with Carlson in a move that shocked many conservatives. Many have been speculating about who would replace Carlson in his weekly 8pm primetime slot since his exit. Following his departure, former President Donald Trump, the GOP’s current leader in the polls for the 2024 GOP nomination, called Carlson “a very good man.”
On March 10, Carlson said on the Full Send podcas that he had spent his entire life in the media, and that his father had also been in the media. He proceeded to state that he had realized that “the media are part of the control apparatus.” He then said that in his position, at some point, you realize that “not only are they part of the problem, but I spent most of my life being part of the problem.”
Many clips from the interview have been shared online since Monday, and they have amassed more than two million views. In one clip, Carlson notes that one of his biggest regrets was defending the Iraq war. He added that in the past, he had also claimed that the media were “servants of the Praetorian Guard,” “a small group of people who run the world.” He noted that engaging with these conspiracy theories was also a really big regret for him and he has stated that he is “ashamed” of doing so.
I had a weird feeling that Tucker Carlson’s days were numbered when I watched this clip last month.
“The media are part of the control apparatus… Not only are they part of the problem but I spent most of my life being part of the problem.”
Tucker was meant to do more and needs… pic.twitter.com/4fx3MdJh8x
— Collin Rugg (@CollinRugg) April 24, 2023
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