On Monday, former Fox News personality Tucker Carlson found himself encircled by supporters and fans amid a massive crowd of tens of thousands of protesters filling the streets. The demonstration was against the government’s agreement with Catalan separatists and Basque nationalists, providing amnesty to the former for their secession attempt.

Reports indicate that this deal grants socialist Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez authority that eluded him during the July election. In a video circulating on social media, a woman implored Carlson, saying, “Tucker, help us with these motherf*ckers!”

When asked by a reporter about the international perception of Spain, Carlson stated, “Anyone who would violate your constitution and potentially use physical violence to end democracy is a tyrant, is a dictator, and it’s happening in the middle of Europe. So we thought it deserved more coverage than it’s getting.”

Following the deal, Spanish citizens have taken to the streets to protest what seems to be a power maneuver by Sanchez to maintain control. According to the Post Millennial, this involves “promised amnesty to criminals and communists in exchange for their support of his rule.”

During the recent autumn months, it seemed that Carlson had officially transitioned away from his former employer in favor of billionaire Elon Musk’s “X” platform.

The CEO of X, Linda Yaccarino, appointed by Musk earlier in the year, made securing a content deal with Carlson a top priority. As reported last week, it appears that a revenue-sharing agreement has been successfully negotiated between them.

The Washington Post reported:

On June 26, Yaccarino, Musk’s handpicked CEO, eagerly welcomed Justin Wells, longtime executive producer for Carlson’s show on Fox News, to talk about a potential partnership, a person familiar with the meeting said.

It was Yaccarino’s first day in the company’s New York offices — her office was festooned with “Welcome Linda” balloons — and she was trying to strike a deal. Forced from his slot as Fox News’s top-rated prime-time host, Carlson had been posting short videos to Twitter for weeks. But Yaccarino wanted to formalize the relationship and share advertising revenue. A Republican who hailed from NBC News, she aimed to recruit top television talent to X — part of an effort to make the platform more like YouTube or TikTok: a hub for original video content.

The agreement was allegedly finalized this month, suggesting that there will be a notable increase in content from him on the platform, as stated by reporter Sarah Ellison.

“Linda Yaccarino’s first day in X’s NYC offices, she sat down with Tucker Carlson’s longtime producer. They just signed a deal that is likely to result in lots more Tucker content here,” she said on X.

his departure from Fox, secured its inaugural significant advertising agreement. PublicSq. CEO Michael Seifert revealed that the deal with the conservative-friendly shopping app is valued at a minimum of $1 million.

The agreement between Carlson’s media company and PublicSq. was initially reported by CNBC in July, just days before PublicSq. commenced trading on the New York Stock Exchange. According to The Wall Street Journal, Carlson’s new venture is named Last Country.

As the 2024 presidential election approaches, with less than a year remaining, PublicSq. is the first among potentially several advertisers choosing to collaborate with Carlson during this pivotal period in national politics. Seifert mentioned that PublicSq.’s commercials are set to air starting in November on Carlson’s show on X (formerly Twitter) and will continue throughout the campaign year’s end.

Seifert highlighted that these advertisements will also be featured on Carlson’s other platforms, including his website. The founders and leaders of the app have expressed opposition to corporate initiatives aimed at enhancing the environment, society, and governance through financial investments. Seifert stated that the product pitches will be seamlessly integrated into Carlson’s show.