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Tucker Carlson feared “self-immolation” that his texts might leak from Alex Jones

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A source close to the Fox News star told Confider that Tucker Carlson was “disturbing” about the possibility of leaked transcripts between him and far-right conspirator Alex Jones.

Carlson and Infowars rave business text messages on a daily basis, according to two people familiar with their relationship. If made public, these sources said, the text messages would be “extremely embarrassing” for Carlson.

Text messages worth two years from sending and receiving Jones It is now in possession From the US House of Representatives committee investigating the January 6 Capitol rebellion after the far-right plot, King’s lawyers sent a digital copy of all of his transcripts to lawyers representing families affected by the Sandy Hook Elementary School massacre, which Jones has repeatedly described as a “hoax.” (Last week, a Texas jury ruled that Jones must pay $49 million in punitive damages to the parents of a schoolboy killed in the 2012 mass shooting.)

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The attorney representing the families, Mark Bankston, said publicly that the transcripts contained “intimate messages” between Jones and described himself as a “dirty fraud” Roger Stone, who had melted down on Telegram and called on Jones to sue his attorney.

Carlson and Jones maintained a friendly relationship for years. The prime-time star of Fox News has appeared multiple times on Infowars, and gushed on Jones’ mixed rhetoricdescribed it asmore talented than me‘and made false tempting publicity for the forthcoming book of bullshit from Bluehard.

“Maybe Alex Jones was onto something” Carlson Wrote His friend on the back cover of The Great Reset: And the War for the World. “Read this book and decide for yourself who’s crazy.”

Carlson and Jones did not respond to multiple requests for comment.

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