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WATCH: Reporter makes shocking claim she’s been ‘muzzled’ by Fox during live report, plans to release evidence via Project Veritas

FOX 26 News reporter Ivory Hecker has chosen to blow the whistle on her own television station. The journalist for the Houston-basted outlet announced on-air that she will be releasing recordings through Project Veritas tomorrow.

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FOX 26 News reporter Ivory Hecker has chosen to blow the whistle on her own television station. The journalist for the Houston-basted outlet announced on-air that she will be releasing recordings through Project Veritas tomorrow.

Hecker was live in Montgomery County when she pivoted mid-report to let the viewers know that Fox Corporation has been "muzzling" the fill-in anchor to keep "certain information" from the viewing audience.

"I am not the only reporter being subjected to this," she said. Hecker announced she is will be releasing several recording about what goes on behind the scenes at Fox. She then named nonprofit investigative group Project Veritas, which will publish the insider intel she's gathered on the company Tuesday.

Hecker then resumed coverage on the heat wave across Texas and broken air conditioning units in the televised weather alert package.

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