The New York Times was the latest left-wing activist group to try and force Fox News to take Tucker Carlson off the air.
But just like every other attempt to silence Carlson, the New York Times effort ended in humiliating failure.
And Tucker Carlson had the perfect response to this attempt by the New York Times to cancel him.
New York Times activist and MSNBC contributor Nick Confessore spent one year preparing a hit piece on Tucker Carlson that he hoped would lead to his downfall.
Confessore and a team of hatchet men watched hours of Carlson’s show in service of an attack story in the Times where he deemed Carlson the most racist host in cable news history.
“In the years since, Mr. Carlson has constructed what may be the most racist show in the history of cable news — and also, by some measures, the most successful,” Confessore whined.
Carlson ignored the Times’ attempt to smear him as a racist and told Axios that he refused to read the article.
“Tucker Carlson, the highest rated host in cable news, told Axios he hasn’t read a word of this weekend’s New York Times series about him,” Axios’s Mike Allen wrote.
Carlson then drove a stake through the heart of the Times’ attempt to cancel him by posting a picture on Twitter of himself holding up the Times article and laughing hysterically.
— Tucker Carlson (@TuckerCarlson) May 1, 2022
The Times and Confessore went after Carlson because he skyrocketed from receiving his last shot in cable news to being the most popular and influential host in the medium.
The Times began working on the piece last year, thinking the events of January 6 rendered Donald Trump and his America First agenda toxic in American politics.
After Trump left office, Carlson was the most high-profile conservative in America supporting the Trump agenda of secure borders, opposing foreign wars, and calling out globalist elites who shipped American jobs overseas.
Carlson also produced a three-part investigative series calling out the media and Deep State’s falsehoods about what happened on January 6.
But it turned out that Republican voters rejected the lies in the media about Donald Trump inciting an insurrection on January 6.
Nor did they believe the media smears claiming Carlson and supporters of Trump were racists.
Instead, like Carlson, they laughed off the accusations.
Renewed Right will keep you up-to-date on any new developments in this ongoing story.