Tucker Carlson Gives His First Interview After Talking with Vladimir Putin

Tucker Carlson’s interview with Russian President Vladimir Putin now has more than 2 million views on Twitter, about 800,000 views on YouTube, and an unknown number of views on Rumble, Tucker’s website, and other sources. We’re guessing you’ve seen it. It’s the most-watched news event in human history. The reason why we’re pointing this out is because it’s important to never stop laughing at Fox News.

Immediately after his time in Russia, Tucker was in Dubai for a summit, where he agreed to be interviewed. This was the first time anyone had been able to ask him his impressions about Putin and other topics.

Tucker raises some very good questions that Americans should be thinking about, which have nothing to do with the war in Ukraine. Why is our civilization falling apart, for example?

 

Moscow is a city of 13 million people, and Tucker was struck by how beautiful it is. The architecture in Moscow is amazing. The streets are clean, the people are nice, and there’s no filth or graffiti all over the place. Name a large American city that’s still like that.

Our cities have been turned into garbage dumps. The people in charge pass out drug needles and tell homeless people it’s okay to poop on the sidewalk. Our largest cities smell like weed and pee. They’re gross.

Tucker makes some great points about this topic and asks all the right questions of our leaders, as usual.

His first post-Putin interview chat is well worth your time:


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