I didn't know about Bongino. His departure was a lot more low-key. Only thing I could find was a tweet from him insisting that it was purely a contractual thing.
Looks like the Monday Morning Massacre went on in media.
Tucker co-founded and used to co-own the Daily Caller, until he sold his share to Neil Patel, his partner, in 2020. Carlson did cost Fox close to a billion dollars, and there's still the Smartmatic lawsuit pending.
I totally agree about the other lawsuit and Fox will have to settle that one as well. The thing is this could be a dominion effect as others may be seeing a pay day. The thing is Tucker was doing exactly what Fox wanted and its not like he was some rogue TV show host, he was their biggest top celebrity. The fact that they could not find someone else to take the fall speaks big. I also saw that Tucker makes 20 million a year so its not like he wasn't making bank. I wonder if he will find another job making as much money. Its not like his brand is tarnished, so he should be able to find another landing whenever he is ready.