Two neoconservative Fox News celebrities have quit because they don’t like what Tucker Carlson is saying

Donald Trump didn’t just trigger the Left over the last four plus years, he also ruffled a lot of feathers in the Republican Party.

RINOs let their true colors shine as they showed the world just how much they disliked Donald Trump and his supporters.

And now, two neoconservative Fox News celebrities have quit because they don’t like what Tucker Carlson is saying.

Tucker Carlson continues to be a ratings powerhouse for Fox News, but he also continues to make a lot of enemies.

Carlson’s brand of no-nonsense, tell it like it is reporting has even some on the Right whining about his show.

Most recently a pair of RINO Fox News contributors have quit their roles at the network because they don’t like Carlson’s recent documentary series.

Stephen Hayes and Jonah Goldberg are neoconservative writers and pundits who appear regularly on Fox News.

Now Hayes and Goldberg say they’re done because they don’t like Tucker Carlson.

Carlson released what critics are calling a “controversial” documentary about the riot in the U.S. Capitol this past January.

“The special — which ran on Fox’s subscription streaming service earlier this month and was promoted on Fox News — is presented in the style of an exposé, a hard-hitting piece of investigative journalism.  In reality, it is a collection of incoherent conspiracy-mongering, riddled with factual inaccuracies, half-truths, deceptive imagery, and damning omissions. And its message is clear: The U.S. government is targeting patriotic Americans in the same manner — and with the same tools — that it used to target al Qaeda,” the duo wrote on their website The Dispatch.

The RINO pundits claim that there is a trend among some of Fox’s top opinion hosts of amplifying false claims and “bizarre narratives of Donald Trump.”

Goldberg and Hayes claim that Tucker Carlson is sharing misinformation and getting Americans riled up over things that simply are not true.

“But the voices of the responsible are being drowned out by the irresponsible,” Hayes and Goldberg concluded.

Their objections are ironic given that Hayes and Goldberg were two prominent figures spreading lies and misinformation about Iraq in the runup to George Bush’s disastrous decision to invade the country that cost Americans’ blood and treasure for decades.

Talk about being irresponsible . . . 

This is a pair that no one on the Right ever ought to listen to again.

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