It’s always interesting to imagine what’s happening right this second in other parts of the world. I imagine in New York City, the streets are swarming with people. In California, many are enjoying the lovely beaches.
And somewhere — in a stone-cold office building — locked away — perhaps even in a safe — possibly lies a file. This file sits gathering dust. It’s an important file, the company’s crown jewel. So it stands to reason this file would be heavily guarded by the courtiers of TV, ready, willing, and able to see that nobody gets to it.
This file is a dossier of sorts, and what it contains could be explosive. It is a dossier on Tucker Carlson. At least, that is what’s being reported. Way up high in the Fox Non-News building sits a ton of opp research. This is Fox’s insurance policy should Tucker get out of line and try to talk smack about his former employer.
Eight sources have confirmed the existence of this mysterious pile of Tucker-dirt to Rolling Stone. That’s a lot of sources. And it begs the question: just WHAT could be IN this low-down and dirty file?
Anything is possible. I mean, this is TUCKER we’re talking about. So absolutely nothing in this file would surprise me. According to these sources, the Mysterious opp file contains:
“Internal complaints regarding workplace conduct.”
“Disparaging comments about management and colleagues.”
“Allegations of a toxic work environment.”
This is not Fox’s first rodeo doing this type of stuff. In 2018 the daily beast reported on emails that confirmed Fox had planted negative stories about some of its former employees like Bill O’Reilly. Fox plays hardball.
Carlson has retained a lawyer by the name of Bryan Freedman. Freedman has represented other media names and has a reputation as a very aggressive attorney.
But there’s this darned file! And the sources say if Tucker gets to out of line, some of what’s IN the file might be leaked to the general public. This Tucker story shows no sign of slowing down, and isn’t it nice that we can now refer to him as a FORMER Fox employee?