“We’re looking at growing authoritarianism. That’s not an overstatement.” – Tucker Carlson
Vladimir Putin knows authoritarian systems, so when even he starts questioning if the American government is overstepping its boundaries, you have to wonder what’s really going on.
Here’s what Putin had to say when asked by an American reporter if Putin had ordered Alexei Navalny’s assassination.
(Through translator) “Of course not. We don’t have this kind of habit of assassinating anybody. That’s one. Number two is, I want to ask you, did you order the assassination of the woman who walked into the Congress and who was shot and killed by a policeman?
Do you know that 450 individuals were arrested after entering the Congress and they didn’t go there to steal a laptop? They came with political demands.”
Tucker admitted it was a little weird to play tape of foreign adversaries criticizing the American President, but also added “Honestly, those are fair questions! Who did shoot Ashli Babitt? And why don’t we know?
Are anonymous Federal agents now allowed to kill unarmed women who protest the regime? That’s OK now? No, it’s not OK. It’ll never be OK.”
It’s hard to overstate how dangerous this is. Tucker went on to say that “We are living through the transformation of a formerly Democratic Republic into something else. We’re looking at growing authoritarianism. That’s not an overstatement.”
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