Fox News Media and Tucker Carlson have agreed to part ways, according to a statement released on Monday.
The statement reads: “Mr. Carlson’s last program was Friday April 21st. Fox News Tonight will air live at 8 PM/ET starting this evening as an interim show helmed by rotating FOX News personalities until a new host is named.
Carlson’s show was frequently the top-rated show on cable news, often surpassing 4.5 million viewers per episode.
The show premiered in November 2016, and took over the coveted 8 pm EST time slot in 2017.
The decision to part ways with Carlson comes less than a week after the broadcaster and Dominion Voting Systems reached a $787 million settlement. Carlson’s show was not a main focus of Dominion’s lawsuit.
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Hunter Biden may be living at the White House to evade legal papers from his baby mama
Hunter Biden is believed to be hiding out at the White House while his baby mama goes on the warpath.
Lawyers for former stripper Lunden Roberts asked an Arkansas court Friday to jail the First Son for failing to stump up his financial records as required in her lawsuit over support payments for their 4-year-old unacknowledged daughter, Navy.
Roberts claims Hunter, 53, is “flaunting the dignity and authority of the court” by failing to provide “one single item or word [of] discovery” and says, “This court should incarcerate the defendant in the Cleburne County Detention Center until he complies with this court’s orders.”
Roberts, 32, had to get a court-ordered paternity test to prove Navy was Hunter’s, and last year Hunter applied to have his monthly support payments reduced.
She also has enlisted Biden nemesis Garrett Ziegler as an expert witness for the trial expected in July.
The 27-year-old former Trump adviser is founder of the nonprofit Marco Polo, which published a 644-page analysis of Hunter’s infamous laptop last year, identifying hundreds of alleged crimes.
Tracking the first son
Ziegler currently is being sued by Hunter’s “sugar brother,” wealthy Hollywood lawyer Kevin Morris, for alleged harassment and invasion of privacy.
Morris generously paid off Hunter’s $2.8 million IRS bill, which is part of a federal criminal investigation by the US attorney in Delaware, David Weiss, into the first son’s overseas business dealings.
Things were brought to a head last week when a career IRS criminal supervisory special agent who has been investigating Hunter for three years came forward with claims that federal prosecutors are preventing tax charges from being brought against the president’s son.
“What Were These Family Members Doing to Receive This Money?” – Rep. James Comer with Maria Bartiromo on the Biden Family Money Laundering Schemes
Representative James Comer was on Sunday Morning Futures with Maria Bartiromo to discuss his recent revelations about the Biden family.
Rep. James Comer shared today with Maria Bartiroma that there are many more LLCs and many more countries involved in the Biden family money laundering schemes.
China is probably the most reputable country that the Biden family was dealing with. The question remains, what were these family members doing to receive this money?
There’s no rhyme or reason for some of these Biden family members to receive any type of payment from our adversaries around the world not including the number that we’ve uncovered and we’re still digging through these pay violations.
Then Maria discussed a possible reason for the payments the Biden family was receiving. Something that we discussed at the TGP for some time. Joe Biden gave Chinese firms easy access to US markets where they wouldn’t have to comply with the rigorous Sarbanes-Oxley regulation that US companies had to comply with.
In 2013, Vice President Joe Biden brokered a deal with China that gave the country access to US markets without having to comply with US compliance regulations that US companies had to comply with. John Solomon at Just the News reported:
Since 2013, Chinese companies have been allowed to participate in U.S. stock and bond exchanges without having to fully comply with the same Sarbanes-Oxley Act accounting practices and risk disclosure required of American companies.
The concession was made in a little-noticed Memorandum of Understanding executed seven years ago by the Public Company Accounting Oversight Board (PCAOB), a nonprofit regulator empowered by the Sarbanes-Oxley law to ensure U.S. investors are protected from making bad investments because of faulty audits or financial information.
The agreement was reached in May 2013 after Chinese leaders pleaded for improved access to American capital markets in multiple meetings with then-Vice President Joe Biden, transcripts from the Obama administration’s archives show.
The Sarbanes-Oxley legislation cost US companies millions, if not billions, in compliance costs since put in place after the Enron collapse. For some reason, Biden thought Chinese companies should not have to comply with these requirements that are required of American companies to ensure accurate financials and key controls throughout company operations worldwide. These controls are audited at least annually and at a significant cost to the entity. There are also significant costs to prepare for these audits.
Nazi Germany’s Schriftleitergesetz: The End of Freedom of the Press
“I have the natural intention to be and to remain the warm-hearted protector of the German press.” These are the words Propaganda Minister Joseph Goebbels used when he introduced the so-called Schriftleitergesetz (Editor’s Law) on October 4, 1933 – a law that fundamentally changed the work of journalists in Germany.
From that moment on, journalists had register in a professional roster to be able to exercise their profession – only people with an “Aryan certificate” (proof of Aryan descent) were accepted. Schriftleiter also needed to have one year of professional training behind them, and they were only allowed to work once they had completed a training course and taken a final examination.
When the law came into force on January 1, 1934, many hundreds of journalists lost their jobs. Some stood no chance of being included on the professional roster because they were Jewish or non-Aryan, others because their opposition to the Nazi regime meant they would not toe the party line, for example.
Anyone who worked for the press was directly subordinate to the Ministry of Propaganda and was accountable to the Ministry – instead of to their publishers.
Regardless of whether they lived in the German Reich or in the occupied nations, media professionals like Carl von Ossietzky, Milena Jesenská, and Titus Anno Brandsma who were involved in the resistance were often arrested, deported to concentration camps, and mistreated; many of them were killed. However, this was not the only reason why there was little opposition to the law: After the Gleichschaltung (forced coordination) of the press, Schriftleiter had a status similar to that of civil servants. If they behaved in the right way, it was almost impossible to dismiss journalists who toed the party line.
An “announcement” made by the provisional post-war government on June 20, 1945, repealed and annulled the Schriftleitergesetz. One of the consequences of the law’s repeal can still be felt today: anyone can call themselves a journalist, there are no legal restrictions on entry to the profession.