A trailer for Fox News’ Tucker Carlson’s upcoming Fox Nation program features the popular host vowing that neither he nor the network will “be silenced or canceled.”
“Tucker Carlson Today” premieres March 29 and will be broadcast three days a week — Monday, Wednesday, and Friday.
“The show will feature wide-ranging interviews with newsmakers and offer viewers unique insight into the issues of the day,” Fox News noted, adding that Carlson will continue to host his top-rated nightly program on the network.
“Freedom of speech is under attack. As other media outlets are shrinking and pushing for censorship, we are expanding and speaking freely,” Carlson says in a video clip promoting the show.
“We will not be silenced or canceled,” said Carlson, who explained the show’s focus would be to give viewers “the in-depth, unfiltered conversations that America needs, making sense of the day’s events and taking a deeper dive into the issues we care about, with the clarity you deserve.”
But the three-day-a-week interview show is not the only new programming Carlson is bringing to Fox Nation. Next month, “Tucker Carlson Originals” debuts, a long-form documentary series that explores pressing issues of the day that aren’t being covered by other networks.
“As we continue to expand and evolve as a service, adding exclusive content from Tucker Carlson will make FOX Nation a must-have service for his most passionate fans,” said Jason Klarman, president of the streaming channel.
“This is my twelfth year at Fox News and I’ve never been more grateful to be here,” said Carlson. “As other media outlets fall silent or fall in line, Fox News Media’s management has redoubled its commitment to honesty and freedom of speech. I consider that heroic at a time like this.”
“We have a close relationship with our viewers,” added Justin Wells, the senior executive producer of “Tucker Carlson Tonight” and the new VP of Tucker Carlson Digital Products. “We’re excited to continue and expand that relationship on FOX Nation. We have far more stories to tell than we can air in our nightly format. We see this as a welcome expansion of what we’re already doing.”
The expansion of programming involving Carlson, as well as the growth of Fox Nation, comes amid calls from other outlets and networks to censor Fox News, Newsmax TV, and One America News by CNN and other left-leaning outlets.
In fact, Carlson himself took CNN to task recently after some of its hosts and guests suggested Fox News misleads viewers. But the real reason, he said, was that Fox News and the other outlets provide a counterbalance to liberal competitors.
“Your right to say and think what you want, to read and watch what you want, threatens them above all,” Carlson explained to viewers, because “if you have access to information, you can form your own judgment.”
As such, there is “sweeping mass censorship” taking place, especially online, as the big tech platforms ban and censor content.
“They will not rest until there is not a single human being remaining in all American media who questions any of the platitudes” spouted by leaders on the left, he added.
Meanwhile, BizPac Review has also been battling against censorship of its content online, offering readers membership deals that help compensate for ad revenue and by offering a range of new products including We The People wines for conservatives and other items available for sale in the We The People Store.
The store features exclusive products such as the Candace Owens & BLEXIT Collections as well as outerwear from Newsmax TV’s Grant Stinchfield and Turning Point USA’s Benny Johnson.
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