Lawmakers Defend Tucker Carlson Against Dominion’s Silence Attempt

Photo edit of Tucker Carlson. Credit: Alexander J. Williams III/Pop Acta.
Photo edit of Tucker Carlson. Credit: Alexander J. Williams III/Pop Acta.

Oklahoma lawmakers have introduced a resolution denouncing alleged efforts by Dominion Voting Machines to silence Tucker Carlson, following reports that Fox News terminated Carlson as part of its settlement with Dominion. The resolution declares support for Carlson and opposes the use of Dominion Voting Systems in Oklahoma if they engage in stifling voices like Carlson’s.

The lawmakers argue that silencing the truth should not be tolerated, and if the reports regarding Dominion’s involvement in Carlson’s firing are accurate, it strengthens the case for prohibiting their operations in the state. The resolution emphasizes Oklahoma’s commitment to opposing Dominion’s use, supporting First Amendment rights, and acknowledging Carlson’s role in disseminating truth amidst a climate of falsehoods.

According to Breitbart:

Oklahoma legislators introduced a resolution to “reject the recent alleged attempts by Dominion Voting Machines to silence Tucker Carlson” after reports surfaced that Fox News fired Carlson as part of the network’s settlement with Dominion.

Carlson was fired from Fox News six days after the cable news company reached a $787.5 million settlement with Dominion.

Last week, Carlson’s attorneys reportedly sent a letter to Fox News accusing them of breach of contract and fraud. The letter also alleged the conservative cable news outlet fired Carlson as part of its $787.5 million settlement with Dominion.

Now, Oklahoma Sen. Rob Standridge (R) and Rep. Justin Humphrey (R), along with other state legislators, are leading the charge against Dominion and showing support for Carlson.

Standridge said if reports about Dominion’s role in Carlson’s firing are accurate, it will “only add to the reasons to keep them from operating in our state.”

Earlier this week, Texas Governor Greg Abbott joined in requesting answers from Dominion regarding its supposed role in Tucker Carlson’s termination. While Dominion and Fox News have both refuted these allegations, Carlson’s legal team reportedly contends that his firing was indeed connected to the $787.5 million settlement that Fox News reached with Dominion. A letter from Carlson’s attorneys accuses Fox News of intentionally breaking promises, constituting fraud, and violating an agreement not to leak Carlson’s private communications to the media. It further claims that the network reneged on promises not to settle with Dominion in a way that would suggest Carlson’s wrongdoing or damage his reputation.

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