On the set of the TV show “The Bachelorette” on Sunday, Tucker Carlson told his co-stars, “I’m here to tell you that it’s time for you guys to say something loud.”

Carlson told the cast members, “There’s a lot of good people on the set who are working on something really big that I’m not going to get into.

I’m just going to say this: I’m here, and I’ll be back on TV.”

The episode ended with “The Biggest Loser” co-star, Rob Delaney, standing in for Carlson in a “Biggest Losers” segment that featured him in front of an audience.

He told his “Biggies” castmates, “Now you have the chance to make a big difference, and we want you to get the message out loud, because it’s important to everybody.”

In his final interview with his “Tucker Carlson Tonight” cohost, Joe Kernan, Carlson said, “If you do not get the power, you will not have power, and you will be silenced.”

In the interview with Kernan on Monday, he added, “We’re not going anywhere.

We are in a battle to change the conversation about what is right and wrong, and what is acceptable and unacceptable, and to make sure we all can speak freely.

This is not a fight that we’re going to lose.

We will win.”

Carlos, who is known for his aggressive style, often speaks out on social issues and the environment, often referring to the environment as “the most dangerous place on Earth.”

He has often been critical of President Donald Trump, including his controversial decision to pull out of the Paris climate agreement, which was the first major environmental agreement in history.