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Tucker Carlson finally releases a statement after parting ways with Fox News.

When the network announced that the longstanding TV personality would no longer host his regular program, it came as a huge surprise.

Since then, there has been a massive repercussion, with over 700,000 fewer viewers turning in to the show and the network’s worth dropping.

Everyone has been dying to find out what caused the split, but it seems that we will have to wait a little longer.

Carlson resorted to social media to share a video in which he discussed the notion of a healthy discussion.

He says he’s been overwhelmed by everyone’s warm messages over the past four days and is frustrated by how ‘stupid’ some of the conversations on television have been.

The 53-year-old says it’s only now that he’s been able to take a break from being in front of the camera that he’s been able to assess how these debates are conducted.

They’re absolutely irrelevant, he told the camera. They are meaningless. We won’t even remember having kids in five years.

He claimed that “undeniably big topics” such as “war, civil liberties, emerging science, demographic change, corporate power, and natural resources” get “virtually no discussion time at all.”

“When was the last time you heard a legitimate debate about any of those issues?” he questioned.

He said that “debates like that are not permitted on American media.”

Carlson feels that both parties, Republicans and Democrats, shut down debate on these “big issues.”

”Debates like that are not permitted in political media,” Carlson said.

This moment is too ludicrous to continue; therefore, it won’t. The individuals in authority are aware of this, which is why they are emotional and hostile; they are terrified. They’ve abandoned persuasion in favor of force, but it’s not going to work.

He then discussed how people are overwhelmed with ‘fear,’ and how there are those who are attempting to tell the truth and are gaining influence.

The film looked to be a barely disguised dig at something or someone, but it wasn’t quite obvious.

It will be fascinating to observe how long the repercussions of Carlson’s departure endure at Fox.

Prior to his departure, Carlson’s show drew an average of 3.3 million viewers every night.

However, Brian Kilmeade, the first in a line of alternating hosts, hosted Fox News Tonight, which drew in about 2,597,000 viewers.

This represents a drop of more than 20%.

Although Fox News Tonight still had more viewers than rival 8 p.m. slots on MSNBC and CNN, it was a 21 percent decline for the typically popular show.

Rather, Fox’s The Five had the best cable news ratings on Monday, with 3,220,000 viewers.

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