Whether you’re a conservative or a liberal, I bet you’ve heard the name Tucker Carlson before. He’s one of the most popular Republican politicians in the country and one of the most important voices in the GOP
During an interview with Tucker Carlson, Piers Morgan argued the case for why he believes the new Duchess of Sussex’s upcoming marriage will be a success. The journalist, a British media personality, will appear on the new video podcast Tucker Carlson Today, which will run three times a week on Fox Nation.
Morgan is a former newspaper editor and commentator who was hired by Rupert Murdoch’s media company in 2012. Morgan’s new gig involves writing weekly columns for the Sun and The New York Post. He will also author a new book through the company’s imprint HarperCollins.
Morgan is a noted doubter of Meghan, the Duchess of Sussex, and has made some snide remarks about the Royals. He has questioned some of the Royals’ claims of racism, and believes Queen Elizabeth II is implicitly accusing the duchess of making up a scandal.
Piers Morgan has been critical of the Duchess of Sussex and the Royals for months. The journalist has a number of Twitter followers, and has been critiquing Markle and Prince Harry’s claims of racism and suicidal thoughts.
During his prime time show on Fox News, Tucker Carlson has been one of the loudest voices calling for the repeal of the Covid-19 vaccine mandate. He has argued that requiring vaccinations is a form of tyranny, and has claimed that government authorities are “lying” about the safety of vaccines.
Carlson’s claims have been discredited by both the media and public health authorities. In fact, there are real-world studies that show that vaccines do in fact protect against COVID-19 infections.
The question is whether Fox News will continue to spread misinformation. Fox hosts have made vaccine denial claims on the air, and have also been willing to criticize colleges that require vaccinations. It’s possible that they will continue to use vaccines as a way to get their viewers to turn against Democrats.
Carlson also has said that the government is using vaccines as a way to control its population. He has compared vaccine requirements to Jim Crow laws, and has claimed that government authorities have been using vaccines to repress opposition to their policies.
Anti-LGBTQ clips from right-wing troll Twitter account Libs of TikTok
Libs of TikTok has a huge following on Twitter and feeds into the moral panic of the right wing culture war. The account’s founder, Chaya Raichik, uses incendiary framing to generate outrage.
The Libs of TikTok account is a right-wing troll who targets LGBTQ+ people. The account is also a propaganda tool that spreads lies about gender-affirming surgery on children. Libs of TikTok has been sharing anti-LGBTQ+ propaganda in the form of clips from Fox News and other media outlets. The Libs of TikTok administrator has not been publicly identified, but is considered to be “a powerful figure” by many.
“Libs of TikTok” has become an influential part of Fox News’s ongoing effort to roll back civil rights in the United States. The account’s tweets have been reposted by The Daily Wire, One America News, and more. In addition, Fox News host Tucker Carlson praised the Libs of TikTok account. The account has been cited by podcast host Joe Rogan.
Streaming service Fox Nation is debuting a documentary produced by Tucker Carlson. It claims to show the events of January 6 as a false flag operation. The trailer features clips of the riot, speeches by Joe Biden, and interviews with Stop the Steal organizer Ali Alexander.
Carlson’s “Patriot Purge” documentary also features the family of Ashli Babbitt, the young woman shot by Capitol Police in January. The documentary also compares the 9/11 attacks to ongoing trials of Capitol storming crimes.
Carlson’s documentary claims the United States government is “hunting down” American citizens. He also claims that the “Deep State” is targeting conservatives. He also warns that “Guantanamo Bay”-style detention for conservatives is coming. He omits names of white nationalist groups, such as the KKK.
Carlson’s documentary features sympathetic interviews with conservatives involved in the January 6 events. He also features a former DEA agent who says he was an informant outside the Capitol on the day of the assault.