By now, you've probably heard the news about Tucker Carlson.
He's out at Fox News, just as Don Lemon is out at CNN.
Unfortunately for Carlson, his current problems go beyond just losing his job. He's also being sued.
Although that would be difficult for anybody to go through, there is a pretty decent silver lining for Carlson in his lawsuit:
It's completely frivolous.
You see, fired Fox News employee Abby Grossberg is suing Carlson for "fostering a hostile work environment."
"Tucker and his executive producer Justin Wells, who was also fired, really were responsible for breaking me and making my life a living hell," Grossberg said during an appearance on MSNBC.
There is just one problem with her claim, as pointed out by Grossberg's OWN LAWYER. He said:
Like many on the Tucker Carlson Tonight staff, Abby never met Tucker Carlson in person because he taped the show from his personal studios in Maine and Florida, and he did not visit Fox’s NY HQ during her time there.
You don't have to be Tucker's biggest fan to admit that a lawsuit saying somebody you've never met harassed you probably isn't going to hold up for too long.
This lawsuit isn't motivated by substance. It's motivated by politics and money.