Red Lobster will no longer advertise on Tucker Carlson’s Fox News show after he made controversial comments about women’s pay and immigrants


Hollis Johnson

  • Red Lobster is no longer advertising on Tucker Carlson's Fox News show, the chain told Business Insider Monday.
  • The seafood chain follows at least 19 other advertisers that have cut advertising on the show since December, including IHOP, Minted, and the jobs site Indeed.
  • The Fox News host sparked backlash recently for blaming high-earning women for "men in decline." He also said that allowing immigrants from impoverished countries to come to the US would make it “poorer and dirtier.”

Red Lobster is joining the mass of advertisers abandoning conservative Fox News host Tucker Carlson's show after his controversial comments.

The chain confirmed to Business Insider on Monday that it is no longer advertising during "Tucker Carlson Tonight." This comes after critics pointed out that the seafood chain was one of the few brands that continued to advertise on the prime time opinion show after recent controversies. See the rest of the story at Business Insider

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