Carlson Slams ‘Demented’ News Anchors Calling For U.S. Military Involvement Against Russia

Carlson Slams ‘Demented’ News Anchors Calling For U.S. Military Involvement Against Russia

Washington is “ready to push Western civilization off the cliff after watching too much cable news”

Steve Watson

Fox News host Tucker Carlson accused corporate media talking heads Thursday of being “utterly nihilistic” for calling for U.S military action against Russia.

Carlson aired footage from several networks of reporters, anchors and guests calling for “direct military involvement” in the conflict inside Ukraine, labelling it  “completely reckless and crazy.”

“This is demented, Carlson urged, adding “you’d like to think it’s just one overheated kid in the White House briefing room failing to get his emotions under control after watching too many particularly upsetting news segments from Ukraine.

However, Washington is “ready to push Western civilization off the cliff after watching too much cable news,” Carlson asserted.

“War is the most serious business, obviously, any government conducts,” Carlson continued, emphasising that “You’d think in a moment like this we could get some clear thinkers, some calmer heads as we try to chart a path forward through a very complicated time, but apparently we can’t have that. Instead we’ve got idiot news anchors calling for regime change.”

‘Kill Putin!’ Okay, what then?” the host asked.

Carlson wondered where the media thinks “Joe Biden gets the power to decide which world leaders should be ‘allowed’ to govern their own countries?”

He added that news anchors “may not like Vladimir Putin. Most people don’t like Vladimir Putin. But Vladimir Putin has the largest nuclear stockpile in the world.”


(TLB) published this article from Summit News as compiled and written by Steve Watson

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