Fox News thought it could silence Tucker Carlson.
But Carlson had other ideas.
Tucker Carlson just announced his comeback and you won’t believe what happened next.
Carlson premiered the debut episode of his new show “Tucker on Twitter” where Carlson torched the corporate media for hiding the truth about critical stories from the public.
The former Fox News host told viewers that his habit of asking questions about stories powerful elites wanted to see buried got him fired from Fox News.
The media’s coverage of the destruction of the Kakhovka dam in Ukraine served as the jumping-off point.
Carlson explained that the press readily ran with the story that Russia blew up the dam despite evidence that it could have been an intentional act of sabotage by the Ukrainians.
“Blowing up the dam may be bad for Ukraine, but it hurts Russia more. And for precisely that reason, the Ukrainian government has considered destroying it. In December, The Washington Post quoted a Ukrainian general saying his men had fired American-made rockets at the dam’s floodgate, as a test strike,” Carlson stated.
There is precedent for this.
Last year an explosion damaged the Nord Stream 2 pipeline that Russia used to transmit natural gas to Western Europe.
The Biden administration blamed Russia for the attack even though Americans now know that the Biden administration knew months in advance that the Ukrainians were planning to blow up the pipeline.
Carlson then transitioned into listing the litany of stories the media decided it didn’t want to investigate such as the source of Jeffrey Epstein’s wealth and his death, who masterminded the BLM riots in 2020, and who really killed JFK.
“But mostly they just ignore the stories that matter. What’s happened to the hundreds of billions of US dollars we’ve sent to Ukraine? No clue. Who organized those BLM riots three years ago? No one’s gotten to the bottom of that. What exactly happened on 9/11? Well, it’s still classified. How did Jeffrey Epstein make all that money? How did he die? How about JFK? And so endlessly on. Not only are the media not interested in any of this, they’re actively hostile to anybody who is. In journalism, curiosity is the gravest crime,” Carlson said.
Carlson told viewers that asking questions the establishment doesn’t want answered is the quickest way to lose your job in the media and Fox News firing him was living proof of that.
“If you’re wondering why our country seems so dysfunctional, this is a big part of the reason. No one knows what’s happening. A small group of people control access to all relevant information. The rest of us are allowed to yap about racism all we want, but go ahead and talk about something that really matters and see what happens. If you keep it up, they’ll make you be quiet. Trust us. That’s how they maintain control,” Carlson added.