Tucker Carlson has had enough.
The popular Fox News host is tired of the lies and smears to bring down Donald Trump.
And Tucker Carlson shut down the Left’s conspiracy theories with this harsh reality check.
During a recent broadcast of his highly-rated Fox News program Carlson took aim at Democrat Party activist and Russian collusion conspiracy theorist Chuck Todd.
On the most recent episode of “Meet the Press,” Todd shouted that Louisiana Republican Senator John Kennedy telling the truth about Ukrainian meddling in the 2016 election was actually serving the interests of Russian President Vladimir Putin.
Carlson denounced Todd as engaging in “McCarthyism.”
Tonight Carlson ripped Todd again over his combative interview with Senator John Kennedy. Todd and Kennedy clashed on Meet the Press over the senator’s comments on Ukrainian election interference. Todd remarked at one point, “You realize, the only other person selling this argument outside the United States is this man, Vladimir Putin.”
“[Kennedy] made an argument that Todd didn’t like,” Carlson said. “Todd didn’t rebut the argument. Not capable of that. So instead he did what so many do now, he accused Senator Kennedy of being an agent of Russia.”
Carlson showed the clip again and accused Todd of engaging in McCarthyite tactics:
“So in a normal time, we would all recognize that for what it was. An embarrassing and low moment. Accusing people without evidence under the cover of journalism of acting on behalf of a foreign government? There is a name for that, actually, it’s called McCarthyism. We went through a period where that happened. We learned nothing apparently, or the left didn’t. That’s literally what it is. McCarthyism. After calling people racist. It’s the press’ new favorite baseless allegation to throw around.”
Russia paranoia infected the Left in 2016 as fake news conspiracy theorists like Todd latched on the fantastical and false allegations contained in the Steele Dossier.
Democrats and the Fake News Media have tried to take down every Republican President since Nixon and with the Russian collusion conspiracy theory fanatics thought they hit the mother lode.
But when that hoax collapsed, they moved on to Ukraine and claim any defense of the President that points out the obvious fact that Ukrainians meddled in the 2016 election is supposed “Kremlin Propaganda.”
We will keep you up-to-date on any new developments in this ongoing story.