February 18, 2024

Tucker Carlson Faces New Backlash After Putin Interview

Journalist Tucker Carlson has issued some pretty serious charges against literally every leader in the world, calling them all murderers.

"Every leader kills people," Tucker Carlson recently said as a means to offer something of a defense of Vladimir Putin.

The backlash against Carlson was swift and strong, as it seemed as though he wasn't trying to call every world leader evil; he was instead perhaps arguing that Putin's murders weren't that bad.

A human being does not have a right to take another human being's life, and just because Tucker has examples of other leaders doing so is NOT a reason to excuse Vladimir Putin.

Tucker made his comments when he was defending Vladimir Putin after the death of Russian opposition leader Alexei Navalny.

It doesn't take an investigator to realize that Navalny's death was not natural.

He was a relatively young man in relatively good health, who suddenly collapsed after feeling "unwell" while taking a walk in a prison camp.

Much like the unbelievable explanation that was given right here in America for the death of Jeffrey Epstein, people now seem pretty sure that the Russian government had something to do with the death of Navalny.

Despite there having been camera and multiple security guards in the Manhattan jail where Epstein died, there was no proof that he killed himself, as the official explanation declared. Americans knew the government was lying.

In the same way, we are aware that Russia's government is lying when it claims not to have had anything to do with Navalny's death.

Tucker seemed to know that Putin was behind Navanly's death, as evidenced by Tucker suggesting that "every leader kills people."

Do you think that Tucker should be more eager to point out Putin's wrongs?

Maybe Tucker was worried about his own safety.

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