Just in: Tucker Carlson Rejects CNN’s $30 Million Offer

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In a shocking turn of events, controversial Fox News host Tucker Carlson has reportedly been fired from the network after a series of controversial statements and on-air incidents.

However, instead of being devastated by the news, Carlson has reportedly turned down a $30 million offer from CNN to host his own show on the network.

“I wouldn’t be caught dead at CNN,” Carlson said in a statement following his termination from Fox News. “Their liberal bias is even worse than what I had to deal with at Fox. I have too much integrity to work for a network that doesn’t share my values.”

Despite his outspoken conservatism and polarizing opinions, Carlson has become one of the most recognizable figures in American news media.

His show on Fox News was known for its controversial segments, including a recent segment in which he questioned the safety and effectiveness of the COVID-19 vaccine.

While some have criticized Carlson for his incendiary comments and disregard for factual accuracy, his fans remain fiercely loyal to him. It remains to be seen what Carlson will do next, but one thing is certain: he won’t be found at CNN.

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