Fox News Pulls Tucker Carlson’s Documentary On Canadian Tyranny

Not long after it was revealed that Fox News and popular cable news host Tucker Carlson would be parting ways, it has now come to light that the former primetime show host’s documentary surrounding Canada’s increasing tyranny is no longer set to be published.

Blaze Media reported that the film was originally planned to go live Monday, but that a Fox News spokesperson has said that there are now “no further episodes of Tucker Carlson Originals running” on Fox Nation.

Canada’s Toronto Sun acknowledged that Carlson was one of the most prominent hosts of Fox News and noted that he from time to time discussed Canada and its “federal Liberal government.” It also mentioned that Carlson was a loud supporter of the nation’s “Freedom Convoy” movement that took place last year.

The Sun speculated as to whether or not Carlson truly believes the U.S. should invade Canada in order to rid it of the draconian rule of the Liberal Party’s Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, sharing a quote by the Fox News host in recent times.

“Why are we not sending an armed force north to liberate Canada from Trudeau? And I mean it,” Carlson reportedly asked on Jan. 26, before laughing and adding, “I’m just talking myself into a frenzy here.”

A trailer for Carlson’s documentary featured various world leaders talking about the concept of freedom as well as a clip of Trudeau telling a Canadian citizen to say “people kind” rather than “mankind.” It then pans over to a series of disputes that obstinacy took place during Canada’s Freedom Convoy.

Following his ousting from Fox, Carlson shared a clip on Twitter Wednesday that has received almost 80 million views. In the video, Carlson remarked that taking time off of cable news has helped him see “how many genuinely nice people there are” in the U.S. and how “unbelievably stupid” he considers the vast majority of debates on television to be.

He added that “When honest people say what’s true … they become powerful,” and that “liars” who make efforts to “silence them” only become “weaker.”

Many right-wingers have lauded Carlson’s comments, including Rep. Lauren Boebert (R-CO), who proclaimed, “@TuckerCarlson’s star is only going to shine brighter and stronger than ever. We love you, Tucker!”