By
G. McConway
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September 27, 2022

Eric Bolling: Tucker Carlson Pushing Russian Propaganda

Several weeks ago, we reported that Newsmax’s Eric Bolling appeared to be declaring war on Fox News.

It was perfect timing, as Trump had not been on Fox News and he was taking some big shots at the network.

Fox News has also been down on viewership, with Newsmax being the direct beneficiary.

Now Bolling is going after the network’s biggest name… Tucker Carlson.

Alleged American

Bolling, addressing recent segments by Carlson, stated, “When I see our arch enemy Russia and the sociopath Putin using that same conservative as propaganda, you should know about it and maybe get to him and tell him to stand down because, in all things, nuclear caution upfront is the best way to avoid total annihilation at the back side of these issues.

“Turns out Russia’s state media are using clips of Fox News’ Tucker Carlson to support Vladimir Putin’s war efforts in Ukraine. Look at that right there.

“That is Russian state media using Tucker Carlson, alleged American as propaganda to make their case that Russia is the victim, not the aggressor.

“Last Thursday, Tucker Carlson again blamed Ukraine for starting the war.

“And he continues to claim America should cut off all funds and military support to Ukraine.”

That is a dangerous tact to take because a lot of conservatives happen to agree with Carlson.

Even I have stated that the United States cannot be Ukraine’s sugar daddy when it comes to its war machine.

This funding needs to be better spread out, but Joe Biden is telling everyone at the table to put their credit cards away because he has the bill.

So, what do you guys think? Is Bolling taking this a bit too far or do you agree with him?

Source: Breitbart

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