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Tucker Carlson’s Scathing Critique of Biden In Front of World Leaders

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Tucker Carlson, in his first public appearance after interviewing Vladimir Putin, criticized the Biden administration, alleging that U.S. intelligence agencies spied on his text messages to obstruct the interview.

Carlson said, “The US government prevented me from doing it by spying on my text messages and leaking them to the New York Times.”

“My country’s intel services were working against me illegally, and that enraged me,” he continued.

“I think that the current administration is very obviously incompetent and the president is senile. That’s not an attack. Everyone knows it. It has now been confirmed, I would say, this week in the report that you’re all familiar with. And that’s very sad, but it had sort of nothing to do with the interview,” added the political commentator.

He also highlighted concerns about President Biden’s mental acuity, referencing Special Counsel Robert Hur’s report indicating significant memory limitations.

Hur wrote, “Mr. Biden’s memory was significantly limited, both during his recorded interviews with the ghostwriter in 2017, and in his interview with our office in 2023. And his cooperation with our investigation, including by reporting to the government that the Afghanistan documents were in his Delaware garage, will likely convince some jurors that he made an innocent mistake, rather than acting willfully – that is, with intent to break the law – as the statute requires.”

“We have also considered that, at trial, Mr. Biden would likely present himself to a jury, as he did during our interview of him, as a sympathetic, well-meaning, elderly man with a poor memory. Based on our direct interactions with and observations of him, he is someone for whom many jurors will want to identify reasonable doubt,” the report continued.

Carlson recalled, “And so once I discovered that that was happening… then I was totally determined, monomaniacally dedicated to doing this interview.”

He added, “Not simply because I want to know what Vladimir Putin is like and what he thinks about a war that is resetting the world and really gravely damaging my country’s economy, but also because they told me I couldn’t on the basis of illegitimate means and for no really clearly stated justification.”

Carlson emphasized his determination to conduct the interview despite government constraints.

Putin’s claims in the interview, including blaming the CIA for the Nord Stream pipeline destruction, were also noted.

Carlson warned about media alignment with government, cautioning against a potential loss of media’s counterbalancing role in a free society.

Carlson concluded, “Media information in a free country is a counterbalance against entrenched power… So if sources of information, media outlets align with entrenched power, then you have a powerless population and it’s totalitarian.”

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