Under a month after the most-watched anchor on cable news was suddenly dismissed from FOX News, he has already settled on plans to re-launch his show in a massive partnership with Twitter CEO and tech magnate Elon Musk.

Just days ago, rumors of the partnership were reported by Axios, who said that Musk and Carlson had engaged in discussions about a potential partnership.

“Axios has learned that Carlson and Elon Musk had a conversation about working together but didn’t discuss specifics,” the outlet reported.

Carlson also received offers from pro-free speech outlets such as Rumble and Newsmax.

In the agreement that will allow him to be back on the air, he agreed to forego the rest of his multi-million dollar compensation package with FOX News.

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In his announcement on Twitter, Tucker aired a 3-minute long video where he called out the censorship complex in the mainstream media.

‘The rule of what you can’t say, defines everything.’ He said

His new show will be aired on Twitter, rather than any cable news or conservative news outlet.

Details of how he will be compensated have not yet been released.

Carlson is in the middle of a pitched legal battle with FOX News’ Rupert Murdoch for what Tucker claims was a breach of contract between the two parties.

He retained the same attorney that recently dismissed CNN talking head Don Lemon did in a pending lawsuit.

Carlson said he will be releasing more details about his upcoming show soon.

This is a developing story.

CNN Reports

Right-wing extremist Tucker Carlson announced Tuesday that he will relaunch his program on Twitter, a platform he praised as the only remaining large free-speech platform in the world after Fox News fired him late last month.

Carlson made the announcement in a video posted to the social media website, which Elon Musk acquired last year.

“Speech is the fundamental pre-requisite for democracy. That’s why it was enshrined in the first of our Constitutional amendments,” Carlson said. “Amazingly, as of tonight, there are not that many platforms left that allow free speech. The last big one remaining … is Twitter, where we are now.”

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