Two Fox contributors quit over Tucker Carlson’s documentary, citing ‘irresponsible’ voices

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New York — Two authors who have been paid contributors fox news channel resigned citing Tucker Carlson The “Patriot Purge” documentary on last January’s US Capitol rebellion as the last straw for them.

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Jonah Goldberg and Stephen Hayes, who put out a Substack newsletter on conservative news called The Dispatch, both worked for Fox since 2009.

“The voices of the responsible are being suppressed by the irresponsible,” he wrote on his site. He did not immediately return messages to the Associated Press on Monday.


Fox did not comment on his criticisms. Carlson The . told new York Times That his departure was great news. “Our audience will be grateful,” he said.

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“Patriot Purge” is a three-part documentary released last month on the Fox Nation streaming service. In it, Carlson argues that January 6 is being used as an excuse to persecute conservative Americans, and compares how the lie was used in the lead-up to the Iraq War.

Goldberg and Hess called the documentary a collection of incoherent conspiracy-delusions, replete with “factual inaccuracies, half-truths, misleading imagery and harmful omissions.”

He said this was the most egregious example of former President Donald Trump’s tendency to long-term opinions promoting false claims and bizarre narratives, while the news side of Fox reports the truth.

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“If someone with a platform like this shares this kind of misinformation loud and long, there are Americans who will believe it – and act on it,” he wrote. “It’s not theoretical. It actually happened on January 6, 2021.”

Both writers haven’t been on most of Fox’s Opinion Shows recently. Her most recent appearances have largely been limited to being a panelist on Bret Baer’s news show or Chris Wallace’s Sunday show.

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