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Is this the end of cable news?


So, Tucker Carlson is teaming up with Twitter, and I think it's a pretty big deal. I've always felt that part of Tucker's appeal came from the fact that he was saying things on Fox that the channel didn't necessarily want him to say. It was like watching a guy break the rules on his own network, which made his show super popular.

With Tucker making the move, I think we're seeing the end of the cable news era. Sure, cable news will stick around for breaking news, but the primetime shows that used to set the agenda are losing their hold. People are finding content elsewhere, and cable TV just isn't as compelling anymore.

One of the last things keeping cable TV alive is live sports. That's probably the main reason people still have cable subscriptions. But with heavy hitters like Tucker leaving, the whole model will need to change. Cable news will have to become more interactive, like a social network, to compete with the internet.

Tucker's new gig on Twitter will be more interactive and engaging. He might still have his monologue, but it won't be a one-way conversation anymore. It's definitely an exciting development for him and Twitter.

Conservatives have made their mark on social media platforms like Facebook and Twitter. They've figured out how to use these platforms effectively, and it's driven the Left crazy. Despite attempts at censorship, conservatives have continued to thrive and dominate various communication platforms.

Now that Elon Musk is running Twitter, conservatives have another shot at success on a major social platform. It's too early to tell if Twitter will have the same political impact, but history shows that conservatives excel on various platforms when given a fair chance.

So, if you're part of the conservative movement, give yourself a pat on the back. You've been a part of a group that has taken over some of the biggest communication platforms in the world. Keep up the good work and take a bow!



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