Amazing Stories Of Tucker’s Kindness Go Viral Day After Fox News Fired Him


In a surprise move, Fox News announced that primetime star Tucker Carlson will no longer be part of their team, leaving many fans and viewers reeling. Although his future is uncertain, many have taken to social media to share stories of his kindness and generosity over the years.

Larry OConnor, a radio personality, shared a heartwarming story about how Carlson welcomed him into his home for Thanksgiving. OConnor had only recently moved to DC and had been going through a divorce, so he was away from his family for the holiday.He invited me to his home and I enjoyed Thanksgiving with his father, his wife, his children and his dogs, OConnor said.They treated me like I was a part of the family. It turned what would have been a sad and lonely day into one Ill never forget. His family is full of joy and love and laughter. Tucker is the winner today.

Jaimee Michell, founder of Gays Against Groomers, also shared a story about Carlsons kindness. She said that when she met him a few months ago, hegreeted me as if we had been best friends for a lifetime. Michell went on to say that Carlsonamplified and promoted our work by having [her] on [his] show four times and even reached out to her personally to offer support.

Matt Walsh, a Daily Wire podcast host, recalled how Carlson sent him a text message out of the blue several years agojust to tell me he appreciates my work. He noted that it wasextremely rare that someone higher on the totem pole would reach out and show appreciation for someone elses work without expecting anything in return.

As a testament to Carlsons character, a video of him interacting with a man about fly fishing started making its rounds on social media again. In the caption, conservative social media influencer Greg Price wrote,In addition to being the most important conservative voice in America, Tucker Carlson is also a genuinely good person as anyone who has ever had a conversation with him knows. This legendary video also demonstrates that.

Finally, National Review staff writer Nate Hochman shared a story about how Carlson reached out to him when he was going through a rough patch. He said,Tucker Carlson once called me, out of the blue, because he had heard through friends that I was going through a rough patch. We had never spoken before, but he took 45 minutes out of his night to offer support/advice. Hochman added that it wasone of the most surreal experiences of [his] life.

Carlson will most certainly be missed.