May 30, 2024

Tucker Carlson speaks out on American media: “True things prevail”

Tucker Carlson, the former host of the highly-rated Fox News program, spoke out for the first time since his departure from the network on Monday. In a video message that he released, Carlson took a moment to reflect on his time away from the limelight and offered his thoughts on the state of American media.

Carlson began by expressing his gratitude for the “genuinely nice people” he encountered during his hiatus. He observed that there are still many kind and decent people in the country who care about the truth and important issues.

However, he also noted that the debates that dominate the American media landscape are often “unbelievably stupid” and completely irrelevant. Carlson lamented that the big topics that will define our future – war, civil liberties, emerging science, demographic change, corporate power, natural resources – get virtually no discussion at all.

According to Carlson, the reason for this is that both political parties and their donors have reached a consensus on what benefits them and actively collude to shut down any conversation about it. He warned that this has turned the United States into a one-party state.

Despite the current state of American media, Carlson was optimistic that the country’s current orthodoxies won’t last. He argued that they are “brain dead” and nobody actually believes them or benefits from them. Carlson predicted that this moment is too inherently ridiculous to continue and that the people in charge are afraid, which is why they are resorting to force.

Carlson concluded his video message by stating that “True things prevail” and urging his audience to seek out places where Americans are still saying true things. He encouraged them to keep listening to words of truth and to stay hopeful.

The latest message from Carlson is sure to resonate with many Americans who feel disillusioned with the state of the media and politics in the country. Carlson’s critique of the media and his optimism about the future may give hope to those who feel disenchanted with the current state of affairs.

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