America is still stunned by the news that Tucker Carlson has been abruptly dethroned from the Fox News channel (in terms of ratings) he has run for half a dozen years. While millions of people, including Seth Meyers, amusedly watched his former bow tie addict get fired, Carlson’s former colleagues reportedly did not take the news well and feared for their own business.
On Monday night, Meyers reported on Fox News that “a serious feeling of panic and fear has apparently begun.” a new reference rolling rock article, late night the host says many of the network’s other big names/mouths are “openly concerned about getting fired”.
The article continued, “management is after the leakers, and the leakers are evading ‘whistleblowers’ by putting fake names on their phones to hide calls from reporters.” Really It made Meyers laugh.
“Oh my God, fake names are so much fun,” Meyers said, and then did her best to understand what kind of sneaky game Fox’s top reporters might be playing. Brian Kilmade Definitely He’s got a reporter on his phone registered as Santa,” Meyers guessed, adding that “when that person calls, it’s definitely going to backfire on him and he’ll think it’s wrong.” Actually Father christmas. ‘Oh my god, well done, you got my letter! Ok, I want to change PlayStation to Xbox and also I’m not interested in Funko Pops anymore.”
While Kilmeade has proven embarrassingly that Tucker hasn’t garnered even half the audience he had when he filled in for his colleague who was excised last week, he’s far from the only familiar Fox personality currently feeling the heat. Meyers added that Maria Bartiromo and Jeanine Pirro were said to be paying attention to their P and Q for fear of being immediately rendered irrelevant.
“It’s like a horror movie,” Meyers said. “Outside of this movie, the ax murderer is a 92-year-old Australian man. And instead of chasing after his victims, he brings them to himself.”