(SNews) – Ex-Fox News star Tucker Carlson just got a massive $100 million offer to join the new media company Valuetainment. CEO of Valuetainment Patrick Bet-David wrote to Tucker:
“Dear Tucker, I’ll get right to the point. We want you to partner with us and what we feel is a noble and necessary effort to defined the future of media. Here’s our offer.
“$100,000,000 over five years. An equity stake in Valuetainment. President a Valuetainment and a board seat to project your strategic vision and voice.
“Your own podcast and or daily weekly shows.
“Documentaries and movies covering topics you care about.
“What else? We’re all ears.
“Our onvictions about freedom, liberty and truth run deep and we believe we are the absolute right fit for you and America.
“While we may not be the biggest media company, we are a new media leader driving into the future to make truth, fair debate, and commentary more accessible, consumable and protected.
“We are 100% serious about our offer.”
Valuetainment said in a statement:
Valuetainment presents a new realm of journalistic possibilities, with an audience eager to find the truth behind current events. The media company’s YouTube page has over 4 million subscribers and its Instagram, TikTok and Twitter followers altogether garner a total of over 10 million followers.
After 14 years with Fox News, Tucker Carlson was fired from the station, even though he remained the network’s most popular prime-time anchor.
There seems to be no one in the history of television that has left a network as the top dog with no valid reason explained.
His show “Tucker Carlson Tonight” remained one of the most watched cable news shows, vastly outnumbering any rivals at CNN and MSNBC.
Tucker Carlson seems to have ruffled some feathers over at Fox News, especially after the network settled an almost $800 million lawsuit with Dominion, as well as multi-national investment company BlackRock having acquired more leverage within the network.
Valuetainment offers a home where Carlson can speak freely and honestly to the American people.
— Megyn Kelly (@megynkelly) May 2, 2023