Megyn Kelly: ‘Tucker Carlson Hasn’t Actually Been Fired’ from Fox News

Megyn Kelly has dropped a bombshell on her podcast show by claiming that Tucker Carlson wasn’t fired from Fox News after all.

Inside sources at Fox News have leaked rumors that Carlson is still beholden to a contract, despite being dropped from the network on Monday.

The contact would reportedly prevent him from undertaking any new media ventures until after the 2024 presidential election.

Kelly, a former Fox News anchor who now hosts her own podcast on Sirius XM, reported on information allegedly coming out of the collapsing “conservative” media company.

She says sources are indicating that Carlson has yet to reach terms of a complete exit from his contract.

“I want to, I think, break some news for you,” Kelly began on her show.

“Tucker Carlson hasn’t actually been fired. He’s still an employee of the Fox News Channel.

“What happened was Suzanne Scott called him she’s the CEO on Monday morning and said he was not going to be allowed to do any more shows, and that he had been kicked out of his company email.”

“And now they’re going to have to negotiate an exit. Some reporting to me, suggests that, she said it’s going to be an amicable parting. Right, isn’t it?” she continued.

“I’m completely catching Tucker, off guard. But Tucker is not fired.

“That’s my information, that he still needs to negotiate the exit.

“And that right now he’s not free to launch a podcast or a digital show or negotiate with other employers at all.

“Because he’s still under contract,” she suggested for a second time.

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At this point for Carlson, the sky is the limit for the top cable news anchor.

Carlson regularly drew over three million nightly viewers and crushed the competition at CNN and MSNBC.

One America News Network (OANN) has already offered Carlson a $25 million-per-year deal, which is more that his $20M contract at Fox.

However, as Slay News reported, Carlson has yet to even respond to the offer.

Meanwhile, his own viral Twitter video likely proves he has enough name-brand recognition and following to strike out on his own.

In truly epic fashion, Carlson released a video – the first public response offered since the shocking news of his Fox cancellation – which garnered tens of millions of views almost instantly.

People want to hear what Tucker Carlson has to say.

And by extension, they will no doubt pay for it.

Carlson could branch out on his own and follow in the steps of Megyn Kelly, for example.

He could also field offers from other conservative media outlets.

However, the possibility of being constrained by a corporate media network would no doubt loom over him.

Nevertheless, if Carlson is tied to his contract with Fox, the network would likely have an obligation to honor it, meaning he would still get his huge salary until it expires.

Kelly had a lot more to say on her show as she addressed speculations about why Fox would let their top host go.

She also addressed the troubles with filling his massive shoes.

“It’ll be interesting to see what the ratings were for the APM hour last night, Brian Kilmeade hosted it. It’s a rotating cast for now,” Kelly noted on her podcast.

“And we’ll see what they decide to do their stuff, Brian’s fault. I mean, here’s Brian, FYI, here.

“Here he is, in a moment where he is kind of acknowledging what happened. I’ll just play the 14 seconds.”

“Hi, everybody, and welcome to Fox News tonight. I am Brian Kilmeade,” the fill-in host can be heard saying.

“As you probably have heard, Fox News and Tucker Carlson have agreed to part ways.

“I wish Tucker the best. I’m great friends with Tucker, and always will be.”

READ MORE: Tucker Carlson Snubs Job Offer Worth Millions More Than Fox News Salary: ‘I Don’t Think He’s Even Responded’

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By Frank Bergman

Frank Bergman is a political/economic journalist living on the east coast. Aside from news reporting, Bergman also conducts interviews with researchers and material experts and investigates influential individuals and organizations in the sociopolitical world.

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