O’Keefe Media Group released undercover video footage of a Fox News producer admitting that removing Tucker Carlson from television was part of the Dominion settlement.
An OMG journalist captured undercover footage of Fox News Producer Sean Langille discussing the impact of advertisers on the network.
“OMG EXCLUSIVE FOX INSIDER TELL ALL; Says Tucker Termination was Part of Dominion Settlement,” James O’Keefe tweeted.
“Discusses ‘shady’ work of ‘friend,’ former Biden operative Mike LaRosa now working for Dominion ‘When it’s corporate media you’re beholden to advertisers… we take money from Pfizer.'”
“744 million dollars to settle that Dominion lawsuit,” Langille said in the video.
“What happened with that?” the journalist asked.
“They gave him money. Part of it. They say it wasn’t part of it, but we’re learning that, Tucker getting fired was part of that,” Langille answered.
“Tucker getting fired was part of the Dominion lawsuit?” the journalist asked.
“Part of the settlement. Yeah, he was ousted,” Langille said.
Langille admitted the the network is beholden to advertisers.
“It’s Big Pharma,” Langille said.
“And we’re getting money from Pfizer,” he added.
“OMG News has obtained incendiary footage of a Fox News producer talking about Tucker Carlson’s departure, the Dominion settlement, and the influence that advertisers and pharmaceutical companies life Pfizer have over the embattled network,” James O’Keefe said.
OMG EXCLUSIVE FOX INSIDER TELL ALL; Says Tucker Termination was Part of Dominion Settlement
Discusses "shady" work of "friend," former Biden operative Mike LaRosa now working for Dominion
“When it’s corporate media you’re beholden to advertisers…
we take money from Pfizer" pic.twitter.com/6Gpj2Qqj97
— James O'Keefe (@JamesOKeefeIII) May 16, 2023
Here’s a YouTube backup:
According to an Axios report, the political commentator accused the network of fraud and breach of contract.
🚨BREAKING: Tucker Carlson Accuses Fox of Fraud
Tucker Carlson, who was recently ousted by Fox News, has accused the network of FRAUD and BREACH OF CONTRACT.
His lawyers sent a letter to Fox, demanding documents and claiming that the noncompete provision in his contract is no… pic.twitter.com/xOy3mrTxqh
— Mario Nawfal (@MarioNawfal) May 9, 2023
A letter from Carlson’s lawyers to Fox News declares the host to “argue that the noncompete provision in his contract is no longer valid — freeing him to launch his own competing show or media enterprise.”
Carlson recently announced he’s bringing his show to Twitter.
However, it’s unclear how he will deliver his show on the social media platform.
Prior reports said Carlson was ready to “torch” the news network.