Carlson Releases First Post-Fox Video: ‘Truth Wins. See You Soon’

27 April 2023

2.5 MINS

A defiant Tucker Carlson has made his first check-in since the Murdoch empire ditched the Fox News host on Monday.

While his two-minute Twitter greeting made no specific mention of Fox, the message was clearly targeted at the very same fake news media he accused last week of cooperating with evil.


Carlson gave supporters props for being “genuinely nice people” who “really care about what’s true”.

He then voiced his post-host observations, saying, when you step away from the noise, one of the first things you notice is “how unbelievably stupid most of the debates you see on television are.”

“They’re completely irrelevant. They mean nothing. In fact, in five years we won’t even remember that we had them”, he added.


“the undeniably big topics – the ones that will define our future – get virtually no discussion at all. Like war, civil liberties, emerging science, demographic change, corporate power, natural resources.”

Carlson added to this, inferring that Legacy Media had become a weapon of mass distraction.

Boosted by an attention deficient generation, raised on a social media diet of dopamine and entertainment, instead of education.

Appearances trump substance, he inferred, this is why “debates about topics that matter, are not permitted in American media.”

“Both political parties and their donors, have reached consensus on what benefits them, and they actively collude to shut down any conversation about it.”

Speaking to the Uni-party monolith in Washington DC, Carlson described the political apparatus as “a one-party state.”

“As depressing as this observation is, our current orthodoxies cannot last because it is too ridiculous to continue.”

The Woke-infected hegemony is “brain-dead, nobody actually believes them. Nobody is helped by them.”

Hinting at why he was probably fired, Carlson said,

“… the people in charge know this, that’s why they are hysterical, and aggressive. They’re afraid. They’ve given up on persuasion, and they’re resorting to force.”

Doubling down, the ex-Fox presenter declared, “it won’t work.”

“When honest people say what’s true, calmly and without embracement, they become powerful.”

Truth will always win out over falsehood, forcing liars to back down, “that’s the iron law of the universe,” he thundered.

Carlson then ended his cryptic video, which hit 4.1 million views in an hour, with the promise, “See you soon.”

His comments over Twitter followed brief remarks, where he laughed off news Biden appointees in the Pentagon were “quietly cheering” his sudden departure from Fox.

Far-Left outlet POLITICO, salivating over the news, was more than happy to report one Defence Department Democrat apparatchik saying “good riddance.”

Another, they said, applauded Murdoch’s dismissal of Tucker Carlson, suggesting the move was good for national security: “We’re a better country without him bagging on our military every night.”

For context, Carlson has been justifiably critical of the Biden White House steering the United States military away from precision training, to painting their nails.

He’s also been at the forefront of exposing just how far the Acronym Army is infiltrating the actual Army, and corrupting its primary objective: the defence of the nation against enemies, both foreign and domestic.

Carlson has been the target for a long time. Sources backed his claims in July 2021, that the NSA were spying on him.

He was, and still will be fair game for the rabid Left, and fake conservatives.

Fox’s dismissal of Carlson is also a reminder that the Woke war on Western Civilisation is fundamentally spiritual.

At the front line of this war are the heirs of Christ-centred Classical Liberalism, telling the heirs of Woke-centred Cultural Marxism, they can go no further.

The choice is simple: Christ or chaos. A house of freedom, or a house of slavery, ruled by the delusion of demons.

I believe this is the essence of Carlson’s first post-Fox comments.

The culture war isn’t between right and left, gay and straight, oppressed and oppressor, it is ultimately a war between truth and falsehood.


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  1. Kaylene Emery 27 April 2023 at 8:06 pm - Reply

    As you say Rod , our current war is between truth and lies . We all know the difference – so now we choose .

  2. Leonie Robson 27 April 2023 at 9:20 pm - Reply

    Brilliant Rod.
    I can’t stomach to even watch Fox without feeling abject disgust.
    Good and evil, right and wrong, Jesus and satan.
    I heard his brilliant speech at the Heritage Institute and felt like a proud mother…go figure.
    May he become a much bigger pain in the bad guys’ behinds than he ever was before.

    • Kaylene Emery 29 April 2023 at 2:02 am - Reply

      Dear Leonie
      I think we can count on it !
      Love n blessings to you and yours.

  3. Jim Twelves 28 April 2023 at 7:50 am - Reply

    Rod, totally brilliant! Tucker’s little speech on Twitter was like a breath of fresh air in the hallways of life. The controlled, censored and colluded narrative simply starves us all of the the breath of life.
    I think one of Tucker’s key phrases was ‘we are a one party state here in America’. Things need to and must change.

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