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Tucker Carlson unmasked because he wanted to interview Putin

Tucker Carlson unmasked because he wanted to interview Putin

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Tucker Carlson Responds To Unmasking In Blistering Monologue, Discusses With Glenn Greenwald

Tucker Carlson Responds To Unmasking In Blistering Monologue, Discusses With Glenn Greenwald

Update (2130ET): Tucker Carlson responded to today’s ‘unmasking’ – namely an Axios report which accuses him of trying to set up an interview with Russian President Vladimir Putin. “I’m an American citizen, I can interview whoever I want – and plan to,” said the Fox News host.

Tucker and Glenn video thread:

The Columbia Bugle 🇺🇸 on Twitter: “#Thread Tucker Carlson’s Monologue Tonight On The NSA Spying On Him & Leaking The Contents To JournalistsTucker Announces He Was Looking To Interview Russian President Putin: “I’m an American citizen I can interview whoever I want, and I plan to.” 1/pic.twitter.com/ioxSYuYhur / Twitter”

Thread Tucker Carlson’s Monologue Tonight On The NSA Spying On Him & Leaking The Contents To JournalistsTucker Announces He Was Looking To Interview Russian President Putin: “I’m an American citizen I can interview whoever I want, and I plan to.” 1/pic.twitter.com/ioxSYuYhur

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Greg
Greg
July 8, 2021

Hilarious that all of the reasons the US security services and Democratic party give for hating Putin and Russia are those that they, themselves are indulging in: paranoia; mass surveillance; undemocratic activities; oppression of their own citizens; censorship; voter-fraud; war-mongering; imperialism. What a might thing is projection.

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Through the Glass Darkly
Through the Glass Darkly
Reply to  Greg
July 9, 2021

If I were an educated sort, I’m sure I’d find a Greek Tragedy somewhere that would fit the bill.

Helga I. Fellay
Helga I. Fellay
Reply to  Through the Glass Darkly
July 9, 2021

A pulp fiction thriller, probably, but not a classic Greek Tragedy. Greek Tragedies are all about heroes, good, often noble men who have one (1) tragic flaw which will become their undoing. What we have today are hordes of greedy, unprincipled, corrupt people without a conscience, without values, without a moral compass, who may also suffer a well deserved sad end (such as being suicided, for example). But their end will have nothing to do with tragedy, especially not with Greek Tragedy.

Dwight Clark
Dwight Clark
July 8, 2021

Nice cats, being respectfull or superstious? Theres a urgency involved in the problems that countries are facing today. The Devine has afforded reconition of itself thru schematical language. Make effort! The following, tiger jumps out of balka ( dried up river bed) on 2 USSR Calvery Officers, later 1938 Tigrovaya Balka Tiger Preserve established for Siberian Caspian Tigers. I jump out of Mo. to Washington Macomb and Koziusko Monmouth. this is conversion of 1958 Surtseyan, llha nova surfaces submerges and 1963 Surtsey w llha nova s a s. Family buys Noble Estate Home Warren County this is conversion of Surtur… Read more »

Helga I. Fellay
Helga I. Fellay
Reply to  Dwight Clark
July 8, 2021

I have been wondering for some time now if this guy should be in an institution so he can do no harm to self or others, or if this language is code for communication with God knows whom about God knows what. I guess I’ll never know.

Yes Indeed
Yes Indeed
Reply to  Helga I. Fellay
July 9, 2021

I think he writes it one day and then reads it the next, thinking it’s his other self communicating with him. All I know is if he starts talking about his dog Sam, time to ring the alarm bell.

LOL
LOL
Reply to  Helga I. Fellay
July 9, 2021

USSR Calvary Officers? Is that like the Bolshevik version of the Salvation Army?

Helga I. Fellay
Helga I. Fellay
July 8, 2021

Well, I am not common and normal inasmuch as I don’t have a 30 year marriage and no dogs, and I am scared shitless. I have been deprived of my xfinity comcast e-mail which I have had for decades since 7/6 at 6 am, and Comcast can’t, or won’t fix it. Now I just learned via a friend’s voice mail that today she received an e-mail from me saying it was very urgent, but didn’t explain what about. I didn’t sent that e-mail. This means my e-mail has been hacked, and probably 393 people in my address book are receiving… Read more »

Hmmm
Hmmm
Reply to  Helga I. Fellay
July 9, 2021

Wouldn’t that be why comcast shut down your e-mail? If so then that problem solved, no? (leaving of course others)

Helga I. Fellay
Helga I. Fellay
Reply to  Hmmm
July 9, 2021

Just taking away my e-mail with all the contacts I have established over decades is not what I would call “problem solved.” A reputable company would fix the problem. Since I wrote the above yesterday, one of the people who received one of the hackers’ e-mails responded and ended up talking with someone calling from a prison, accepting to pay for the call (very foolish). Prisons seem to be full of expert computer hackers. Millions (or billions, I forgot) of dollars were stolen from unemployment funds set aside for people who lost their jobs because of the “pandemic” were stolen… Read more »

Compactman
Compactman
July 9, 2021

It looks like its OK for NBC – Megyn Kelly in 2017 and Keir Simmons in 2021 to interview Putin, including all the meeting preparation; but it is not for Tucker Carlson for only attempting to obtain an interview with Putin.
“C’mon man” what gives?

NSA PR Dept.
NSA PR Dept.
Reply to  Compactman
July 9, 2021

Only puff piece, softball questions to Biden and anonymous, unsubstantiated hardball accusations to Putin are allowed.

Fired NSA PR Dept. Employee
Fired NSA PR Dept. Employee
Reply to  NSA PR Dept.
July 9, 2021

Oops, I wasn’t supposed to let that internal memo slip.

Helga I. Fellay
Helga I. Fellay
Reply to  NSA PR Dept.
July 9, 2021

and only if the interviewer interrupts Putin’s every answer so the viewers/listeners will only really hear the hardball accusations, but not Putin’s explanation as to why it’s a false accusation.

Simple Truths
Simple Truths
July 9, 2021

Only presstitutes prepared to barrage Putin with all sorts of accusations and not wait for replies can dare seek to interview Putin without NSA/CIA repercussions.

E509th
E509th
July 9, 2021

The United States of America as established by the constitution is as a sick man who will likely perish within a few years or even sooner. The American press is the only business to that is protected under the constitution. Tucker Carlson has many options to fight back but will not choose them. Why haven’t fox gone to the police or began legal proceedings for blatant violations of the constitution? As for Congress, Is it true that Congress cannot conduct business until the POTUS has given the state of the Union Address?. Tucker Carlson Will do nothing but complain about… Read more »

Helga I. Fellay
Helga I. Fellay
Reply to  E509th
July 9, 2021

you are barking up the wrong tree. The real problem is Justice Roberts of the US Supreme Court refuses to carry out his one and only responsibility: upholding and defending the US Constitution. As long as that happens, nothing Tucker Carlson or anybody else can do to solve the utter lawlessness this country has fallen into. Countless lawsuits, including class action suits, have been filed, all going nowhere because the SCOTUS either refuses to hear them or rules against the plaintiffs regardless of how much proof and evidence has been presented to the courts. So when you say that “redress… Read more »

jodi1
jodi1
Reply to  E509th
July 12, 2021

You sound like an idiot.

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