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NBC reporter concerned about Twitter’s lack of regulation for Tucker Carlson’s content.

NBC News Correspondent Worries About Tucker Carlson’s Twitter Show

NBC News correspondent Tom Costello expressed concern on Tuesday about the lack of regulation on former Fox News host Tucker Carlson’s upcoming show on Twitter. Costello brought in ousted CNN anchor and Fox News critic Brian Stelter to discuss the situation, questioning whether anyone would be able to “police” Carlson’s statements on the platform.

Twitter’s Free-For-All

Costello noted that Twitter was already under fire for misinformation, disinformation, anti-Semitism, and racism before Elon Musk took over, and now it seems to be “seemingly unmoored.” Stelter agreed that the lack of rules appeared to be the point, and that Carlson’s move may cement Twitter’s reputation as a right-wing website.

Elon Musk’s Involvement

In his Tuesday announcement, Carlson said that he wanted to take his show to Twitter because he believed it to be one of the few places where free speech was truly allowed. However, Twitter owner Elon Musk revealed that he had not signed any deal with Carlson. Musk later reached out to former CNN anchor Don Lemon, suggesting that he come to Twitter as well.

Twitter’s Future

As Twitter continues to navigate its role in regulating content on its platform, the addition of controversial figures like Carlson and Lemon may further complicate the issue. It remains to be seen how Twitter will handle the potential backlash from hosting these shows.

  • Will Twitter be able to regulate content on its platform?
  • Is Twitter becoming a right-wing website?
  • What will be the consequences of hosting controversial figures like Carlson and Lemon?

These are just a few of the questions that remain unanswered as Twitter’s future hangs in the balance.

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