This story was originally published by the WND News Center.
A newly leaked video of former Fox News headliner Tucker Carlson, from his days at the studio, reveals him bashing the infiltration of leftists at "Foxweiser," a newly minted nickname for Fox News based on Bud Light's catastrophic partnering with a transgender to promote its products.
Editorialist Johnathan Jones at the Western Journal describes it as the "best-leaked video of Tucker yet."
The message from Carlson, he said, is, "You shouldn't work at Fox News if you have this in your Twitter bio."
The commentary revealed that Media Matters released yet another leaked video that "perhaps better than the others, shows why the former network anchor was so beloved."
In it, Carlson questions why Fox News was staffed by so many liberals.
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He said, among other things, that those putting their gender pronouns in their Twitter bios have no business being employed there.
Jones explained, "If the leak was meant to undercut Carlson, it is likely to backfire with his passionate fans — many who have abandoned the network in droves over the last two weeks."
Media Matters said Carlson was discussing a man named Jerry Andrews, then an executive producer for Judge Jeanine Pirro.
"I was like, ‘[Pirro’s] got a lot of liberals working over there. And, you know, they see this as war, and we’re the main force on the other side.' If you’ve got pronouns in your Twitter bio, you shouldn’t work here because we can’t trust you because you’re on the other side," he said.
Carlson discussed the "existential threat far-left liberals staffed by the network pose to its mission," the report said.
"Just because you’re liberal doesn’t mean you did this. It does mean you shouldn’t work here. And Roger [Ailes] would never put up with this s***. Why would you do that?"
The commentary noted, "It is not clear who is leaking the videos from Fox News’ hard drives to the left-wing activist organization that is Media Matters. Fox News sent Media Matters a cease-and-desist letter last week that asked it to stop airing them. Media Matters said it will not comply with the letter’s demands."
It continued, "The clips have proven Carlson is exactly who viewers thought he was: a man of integrity and sense who believed in what he was doing there — even if others employed by Fox News do not."