Leaks from oppo-research files on Tucker begin: Out of context remarks kick off media smear campaign

The media smear campaign to destroy former Fox News ratings king Tucker Carlson has begun and, to no one’s great surprise, The New York Times is at the tip of the spear with the description of leaked texts and video content that is presented out of context to portray him in a negative manner consistent with the lawsuit brought against him by a former staffer who alleges that she was subjected to a hostile work environment rife with sexism, the ex-host allegedly described another woman as “yummy” and mocked his “postmenopausal” fans, according to the paper.

In the story that provides cover for the Murdochs and Fox News for firing their most popular host, the outlet alleges that top brass only learned of Carlson’s brutal criticism of them on the eve of the defamation trial brought by Dominion Voting Sytems against the conservative news outlet, a trial that was preempted by a massive $787.5 million out of court settlement.

Additionally, the Times also cites a mysterious video obtained by the nation’s “newspaper of record” allegedly showing Carlson “off camera discussing his ‘postmenopausal fans’ and whether they will approve of how he looks on the air. In another video, he is overheard describing a woman he finds ‘yummy,’” but offering no detail other than the salacious out of context tidbits to whet the appetite of leftists and to prime the pump for the coming onslaught of hit pieces.

The references to the video will only serve to bolster the case of Abby Grossberg, a former booker for “Tucker Carlson Tonight” who is suing Carlson and Fox News for his making her life a “living hell” despite reportedly never actually meeting him in person, a lawsuit that has catapulted her into the upper echelon of Resistance superstardom much like Stormy Daniels and Christine Blasey Ford before her, with her big public debut coming during a 40 minute + interview with MSNBC’s Nicolle Wallace on Tuesday.

During her chat with the former George W. Bush administration flack, Grossberg boasted of a cache of 90 previously unheard recordings, the contents of which will inevitably be leaked to the media in a drip, drip, drip fashion to keep Carlson’s name in the headlines for the foreseeable future.

“I still have, I have several recordings that I’m still going through that we’ve recovered from all of the phones. There are 90 that we have,” she told Wallace.

Grossberg’s treasure trove has also reportedly drawn the interest of Special Counsel Jack Smith who was appointed by President Joe Biden’s ruthless legal hatchetman Attorney General Merrick Garland to continue the witch hunt against former President Donald J. Trump.

“Talks are underway for a subpoena, so Grossberg can turn over the material to Smith’s team of federal prosecutors, who are investigating efforts by former President Donald Trump and his allies to overturn the 2020 election,” CNN reported on Wednesday, citing conversations with Grossberg’s attorney Gerry Filippatos.

“We’re in the process of negotiating a targeted subpoena for Abby’s electronic data, so they can have what they want,” the lawyer said.

The New York Times also reported on the content of the text messages that so wounded the feelings of top Fox News executives, that firing Carlson was merited, even at the expense of the network’s own ratings and backlash from his fans who are already canceling their subscriptions to the network’s Fox Nation streaming video service in droves.

In its story, the paper references the damning texts which were first reported by other media outlets and are said to include such nuggets as “Those f****** are destroying our credibility” among vulgar comments about network management.

“It is notable that even when compared with the extreme rhetoric Mr. Carlson was allowed to use on air, the messages released publicly had the ability to shock. In one, he referred to the lawyer Sidney Powell, a major proponent of the debunked theory that the Dominion machines switched votes, with a crude and misogynistic slur,” according to the Times, with the slur reportedly being the notorious c-word to describe the loopy Powell who notoriously vowed that she would “release the Kraken” in regard to lawsuits on the 2020 election.

On Wednesday night, Carlson spoke publicly for the first time since he was dumped by Fox News, posting a short video message to Twitter that has gone super viral.

“When honest people say what’s true, calmly and without embarrassment, they become powerful. At the same time, the liars who’ve been trying to silence them shrink and they become weaker,” Carlson said. “That’s the iron law of the universe, true things prevail.”

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