Tucker dishes on who ‘we can’t trust’ in new leaked Fox video, and has fans loving him even more

Media Matters has released another behind-the-scenes video of Tucker Carlson that follows a pattern established with other outtake footage shared by the left-wing outlet — which is that the video is certain to make Carlson’s fans love him all the more.

In the latest clip, Carlson is speaking with his executive producer Justin Wells on the set of “Tucker Carlson Tonight” just before going to air and he declared that flaming liberals should not work at Fox News and was insistent that former Fox CEO Roger Ailes “would never put up with this sh-t.”

The ousted Fox News host was recounting a conversation he had with a female Fox News executive about what “seems to be some sort of leak,” Media Matters noted.

“I talked to her at great length. It was actually pretty funny,” Carlson said. “I was like, she’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.”

“That’s crazy,” he continued. “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.”

“And she goes, ‘Well, who?’ And I said, ‘I’m not going to name names because I don’t know who did it. And I’m definitely not going to cast aspersions on someone unfairly.’ Just because you’re liberal doesn’t mean you did this,” he continued. “It does mean you shouldn’t work here. And Roger would never put up with this sh*t.”

As an example, Carlson pointed to “Judge Jeanine [Pirro]’s guy,” reportedly describing him as “horrible” and “a screaming left-wing lunatic.”

“He totally dicked over his anchor, and then we expect he’s not going to dick over the network,” he said. “Like, I don’t have specific information on it, but I would.”

Media Matters named Pirro’s executive producer, Jerry Andrews, as someone who “repeatedly and unsuccessfully sought to prevent her from airing false claims about fraud rigging the 2020 presidential election.”

After Megyn Kelly suggested Fox News was the source of the video leaks, naming Irena Briganti, senior executive vice president of Corporate Communications, the network sent Media Matters a cease and desist letter demanding they stop publishing “proprietary material.” The action equated to shutting the barn door after the horses are already out.

Here’s a quick sampling of responses to the story, as seen on Twitter:


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