'Lies after Lies': Marjorie Taylor Greene trolled for saying Fox News 'would love to murder Tucker Carlson'

'Lies after Lies': Marjorie Taylor Greene trolled for saying Fox News 'would love to murder Tucker Carlson'
Marjorie Taylor Greene made a series of strange claims about Fox News and ousted host Tucker Carlson (Getty Images)

NEW YORK CITY, NEW YORK: On the May 10 episode of Steven Bannon's 'War Room' podcast, Marjorie Taylor Greene made a series of unusual claims regarding ousted Fox News host Tucker Carlson, saying, the network "would love to murder Tucker Carlson."

As per The Guardian, Carlson was dismissed from Fox News partly due to becoming too influential and alienating significant portions of the company, causing his downfall as the network's leading figure.

WASHINGTON, DC - NOVEMBER 12: Rep.-elect Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-GA) arrives to the Hyatt Regency
Marjorie Taylor Greene claimed Fox News would 'love' to kill Tucker Carlson (Getty Images)

Greene claims Fox News would 'love to murder' Tucker Carlson

Reportedly, Greene criticized the network for asserting that Republicans are ineffective in addressing illegal immigration at the border.

She argued that the network seeks to stifle individuals from forming their own opinions on political matters.

"You only have the opinion that Fox News tells you to have, and that’s why Fox News attacks Steve Bannon," she continued.

Tucker Carlson speaks during 2022 FOX Nation Patriot Awards at Hard Rock Live at Seminole Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Hollywood on November 17, 2022 in Hollywood, Florida.
Tucker Carlson was fired from Fox News in April 2023 (Getty Images)

She added, "That’s why Fox News attacks Charlie Kirk, and that’s why Fox News would love to murder Tucker Carlson, and that’s the reality."

"That’s why Fox News is losing viewers because I think you guys are smart," she ranted, adding, "The American people are too smart and you’re tired of being fed outrage TV — outrage TV and watching and voting and donating to Republicans that don’t do a d--- thing about it."

Marjorie Taylor Greene accuses Fox News of bias, compares to Adolf Hitler

"You['ve] got to remember, Fox News that literally fired Tucker Carlson, the number one cable TV news host in the nation," she began, adding, "Tucker, who was basically the voice of everyone, that’s the Fox News that refused to cover me calling the motion to vacate."

Greene then alleged, "The Five never switched gears, they never changed, never went to anything different."

"Fox News wants to control what Republican voters think and the control and the information that they give you is the establishment Republican Party view," she added. 

NEW YORK, NY - MARCH 20: The News Corp. building on 6th Avenue, home to Fox News, the New York Post
Greene also accused the network of claiming that Republicans don't do anything to stop illegal immigration at the border (Getty Images)

The conservative politician went on to claim that the news network is attempting to persuade viewers that they must "stop [Vladimir] Putin" and "fight for Ukraine" under the belief that he will "steamroll" through Europe, drawing a comparison to Adolf Hitler.

"There’s no evidence of showing that," she said. "The same Fox News refuses to say, hey, let’s call for peace. Peace for these people in Ukraine instead of wiping out an entire generation of Ukrainians. Think about that." 

Greene, self-identifying as a Christian nationalist, has a track record of launching peculiar diatribes on various subjects, such as "Jewish Space Lasers" and the "Gazpacho Police."

She faced ridicule earlier this year for attributing a New York earthquake to a divine message.

Greene's 'murder' accusations prompt outrage and criticism

Greene's claims about Fox News and Carlson sparked outrage and drew sharp criticism on social media. 

One viewer expressed, "Get in line Fox News!"

Another viewer shared, "MTG talks too much. Fox News should sue MTG."

One viewer pointed out, "This is the year just say whatever ! God just lies after lies."

A follower observed, "Doesn't she have anything to do?"

One comment stated, "Did fox tell her that?"

Another comment read, "Imagine if Fox News sued her."

She wants to be the only "pet", explained an individual.








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