T-Mobile and Papa John’s Pull Ads From Tucker Carlson Show


This was inevitable. With all the truths Tucker Carlson has been bravely stating every night on his show Tucker Carlson Tonight, about the true agenda of the so-called Black Lives Matter movement, he would eventually be targeted where it tends to hurt most.

As CBS news reports “Companies including T-Mobile and Papa John’s Pizza are distancing themselves from Tucker Carlson’s television show on Fox News after the conservative host’s dismissive comments about the Black Lives Matters movement.”

The CBS news report continues: “The backlash intensified after Carlson on Monday offered an inflammatory take on the nationwide anti-racism demonstrations that have followed the death of George Floyd at the hands of former Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin.”

Note how CBS “news” refers to Carlson’s truthful comments as “dismissive” and “inflammatory”. So much for unbiased news reporting.

But the fake news mainstream media, will be fake news, regardless of how many times they’re called out for it. How CBS can refer to the Black Lives matter inspired riots and protests as “anti-racism demonstrations” is beyond me; given “blacks” have been the ones who’ve most felt the consequences of those “anti-racism demonstrations”.

Anyway, this is the Carlson quote CBS referred to as “dismissive”. “This may be a lot of things, this moment we’re living through, but it is definitely not about black lives, and remember that when they come for you, and at this rate, they will,”.

Proof positive of Carlson’s words are David Dorn’s death, and the utter destruction of countless “black” owned businesses.

But for telling the truth, Tucker Carlson is being punished by spineless advertisers like T-Mobile and Papa John’s. Good riddance. It isn’t the first time advertisers have thrown a hissy fit after Carlson used his widely viewed platform to tell the truth. Hopefully, Fox News stands by their star commentator and doesn’t fold to this movement’s whims.


Dean Nestor

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