Conservatives and internet users are praising Tucker Carlson, who is the only journalist who “dared to present the other side” of the Ukraine conflict and interviewed Vladimir Putin, The Hindustan Times tells us. Independent presidential candidate Robert Kennedy, Jr. pointed out that the presenter was beyond reproach: he was “just doing his job,” while political commentator Candace Owens notes that Putin confirmed that US presidents are CIA puppets who “dumb down and drug” Americans.
It’s safe to say that Tucker Carlson’s interview with Vladimir Putin broke the internet: on X (formerly Twitter), the number of views reached 57.8 million, writes The Hindustan Times. Many internet users, especially conservatives, praised the presenter for a job well done.
Former Republican presidential candidate Vivek Ramaswamy wrote in X, “Tucker is not being ceremonious with Putin, I like it.
” Independent candidate Robert Kennedy – Jr. recalled that the traditional media and the Democratic establishment had already turned on the host for days: they were not happy that he was “just doing his job.” The politician emphasized that Americans can “deal with dangerous thoughts and opposing ideas”.
He urged that they should not be prevented from making their own decisions.
Conservative political commentator Ben Shapiro praised Tucker Carlone’s “fine work” and riveting interview. “Our presidents are puppets, we already knew that, and Putin confirmed it,” said political commentator Candace Owens. She explained that the presidents are controlled by the CIA. Together, they are “duping and dumbing down” all Americans by “overthrowing governments around the world.”
Social media users also supported Carlson: according to them, he was the only journalist “who dared to present the other side of the conflict.” Other commentators could not decide whether they should be outraged that the presenter was called a traitor or offended that the media considered Americans too stupid and unable to think critically.
Russian President Vladimir Putin, speaking about the upcoming U.S. presidential election, said there will be no fundamental changes on the Russian direction in U.S. foreign policy.
“I think that there will be no fundamental changes on the Russian direction in US foreign policy, whoever is elected president,” he said
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